A Ferry of Bones and Gold by Hailey Turner: This is probably more urban fantasy than paranormal romance, though there is a romance subplot and I'm looking forward to how it develops in the next book in the series. I loved the world building and the characters here. I'm excited for more.
Sweetest Scoundrel by Elizabeth Hoyt: I've enjoyed the books I read in Hoyt's Maiden Lane series, but I seemed to have skipped around a bunch. I'm trying to catch up.
Looking for Trouble by Misha Horne: I didn't expect this book to be so emotion and heartwarming. It's a sweet, slow-burn western romance. The character development was lovely.
The Englor Affair by JL Langley: I've read the original edition of this book a bunch of times, and I really enjoyed this new edition too. The plot and intrigue are stronger as in the first book in the series, and I still really love the characters. I'd read the series in order if I were you. It's a fun mix of sf and historical.
Murder Takes the High Road by Josh Lanyon: A solid Lanyon mystery set on a group tour through Scotland. I really enjoyed it.
The Surrey SFS Society series by Nicola Davidson: These are short, sexy historical romances with f/f, m/f, and m/m/f pairings. They were a lot of fun, but I did wish they were a little longer so I could get to know the characters better.
Consorting with Dragons by Sera Trevor: I recommended this earlier in the week in a blog post I did about fantasy/royalty romance. I loved this one with a young man who reluctantly goes to court to find a husband and ends up falling for the king. Plus dragons.
Cinder Ella by ST Lynn: A short trans Cinderella retelling that was generally light and fun (There is some transphobia from the evil stepmother/sisters).
I also listened to Think of England by KJ Charles in audio for the first time. I've read the book before (and loved it), and I loved the audio too. I know we aren't likely to get more Daniel and Archie, but I really wish that wasn't the case!
What books have you loved lately?