Band Sinister by KJ Charles: This is an odd KJ Charles book in that there is not one dead body in the whole thing. It's also absolutely delightful and just what I needed.
Craft Brew by Layla Reyne: I'm really enjoying the Trouble Brewing series. Cam and Nic are wonderful together. I really want the next book now so I can find out what happens! (Start at the beginning with this series. It really should be read in order.)
The Wolf at Bay by Charlie Adhara: Here's another series that I'm eager for the next book in. This second book was as good or better than the first. I love the characters and their deepening relationship, and the book is a skillful mix of paranormal and mystery.
A Midnight Feast by Emma Barry and Genevieve Turner: A lovely second chance romance between two characters who have been married for a long time but have lost the spark and connection between them. Set at Thanksgiving and part of the Fly Me to the Moon series, which I really need to catch up on.
Leverage in Death by JD Robb: I'm blown away that this is the 47th book in this series. I keep reading them because they're reliably enjoyable, and I love checking in with the characters. Eve and Roarke have built themselves a wonderful family.
The Mercenaries of the Stolen Moon by Megan Derr: This isn't my favorite book in the Tales of the High Court series, but it was very good. I've been waiting to learn more about Myra, the High King's frighteningly efficient secretary, since the beginning, and Charlaine was wonderful in the last book. It was great to get to know them more and Jac as well, though I do wish they weren't separated for so much of the book.
I also listened to Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness and moved on to the last book in the trilogy, The Book of Life, which I'm still listening to now. I still love the narrator, and I've been enjoying revisiting the world of All Souls.
What have you been reading lately?