An Echo in the Sorrow by Hailey Turner: I can't say too much about this book without major spoilers, but I will say the series keeps getting better and more exciting as it goes along (and I love the relationship between Patrick and Jono so much too). Definitely start this series from the beginning.
Frost Bite by J Emery: A vampire and a (ex) monster hunter get snowed in together in a cabin in the woods. This was tropey and sweet and delightful. I loved Ezra and Morgan, and I really hope there will be more in this series.
The Gentle Art of Fortune Hunting by KJ Charles: I generally love KJ Charles's books, and this one was no exception. Robin and Marianne (the fortune hunters of the title) are everything you want in siblings, and Robin and Hart's romance was lovely. It was a delight to read and left me so happy at the end.
The Lord of Stariel by AJ Lancaster: I loved the world building in this alt-historical somewhat steampunk fantasy romance in which the estate of Stariel chooses its next lord when the old one dies. Hetta, the daughter who left years ago, assumes it won't be her and just wants to get through the funeral so she can leave again. But there's a plot afoot and a threat from the fae. This is the first book in a series of four, I believe, of which the first three are out already.
King's Ex by EJ Russell: Every book I've read in the Royal Powers series has been a lot of fun (and I really need to catch up and read the rest—I've been jumping around, which has worked fine since they each seem to stand alone, but like I said, they're fun). Bastien and Nico were both in a couple of earlier books, and I liked them then, so grabbed up their book. It's a fake relationship story with some intrigue thrown in.
Shadows in Death by JD Robb: Fifty-one books in to the In Death series and I'm still reading and enjoying them. Mostly, I have to admit, because of the characters and the family they built.
Wicked Fox by Kate Cho: This YA fantasy was really interesting to me because of its reliance on Korean folklore (I haven't watched any K-drama yet, but the author apparently pulled a lot of tropes from it as well). I'm definitely going to have to read the next book.
What have you read and loved lately?