Chasing Destiny by Megan Erickson: The second book in Megan's werewolf/dystopian series (with zombies), and it's just as good as the first. Looking forward to more. I'd say read these in order to get the most out of them.
Agents Irish and Whiskey series by Layla Reyne: This is a fun romantic suspense series. I've had the first on my Kindle for ages, but I waited to read them until I could glom them all at once. I'm glad I did because of the story arc that connects the three. Also, I adore Jamie (even if he did go to Carolina, and I went to Duke and that means I'm not supposed to like anything Carolina).
The Duchess Deal by Tessa Dare: I got this book at RWA (signed! ah!) and dove into it as soon as I got home. I love Tessa Dare's books. They make me so happy, and this one was a warm hug. Just what I needed.
A Daring Arrangement by Joanna Shupe: This book isn't out yet (look for it in October). I got an advance copy at RWA and devoured it too. Joanna is a fellow NJRW member, and her Gilded Age historicals are wonderful.
Treasure by Treasure by R. Cooper: Dragons and so much tension and longing, which R. Cooper does so well. It's part of the Being(s) in Love series but stands alone (the series is really good though).
Forbidden by Beverly Jenkins: I meant to read this ages ago and then Beverly Jenkins (who is fantastic) signed a copy for me at RWA and so I read it almost immediately and it was as good as I expected.
Some Kind of Hero by Suzanne Brockmann: The Troubleshooters series is one of my favorite romantic suspense series, and I was so happy to return to it in a new book. It stands alone, so you can start here—then go back and read them all. The only thing I missed was that Jules and Robin aren't in this one (I still love them so much).
Her Every Wish by Courtney Milan: Her Every Wish won the RITA in the novella category, and I can see why.
Spectered Isle by KJ Charles: Spectered Isle is the beginning of a new series that is set in the same world as The Secret Casebook of Simon Feximal, You don't have to read that to understand this, but it's wonderful so you should (fair warning: it absolutely wrecked me). I loved Spectered Isle, which isn't a surprised. Definitely looking forward to the rest of the series.
The Heart of the Lost Star by Megan Derr: This is the latest book in the Tales of the High Court series. I would say it stands alone well enough. I always enjoy returning to this fantasy world, and I very much enjoyed learning more about it in this book, including more detail on how the society in this world views gender. I loved the characters (especially Kamir), and I'm already waiting for the next book in the series.
Marian by Ella Lyons: This is a lesbian YA Robin Hood story from the point of view on Maid Marian, and it was a lovely story with great chemistry between Marian and Robin and some funny moments. I feel like this was just the beginning, though, so I'm hoping for more.
What have you read lately and loved?