The Portland Heat series by Annabeth Albert: I've had this series on my Kindle for ages and hadn't read it (except for the Christmas story, Wrapped Together, which I adored), and I have no idea why it took me so long. These are short, sweet, and steamy, and absolutely what I was looking for.
Thick & Thin by Charlie Cochet: This is a short novella in the THIRDs series. It was a lot of fun but felt almost like an extended epilogue to the previous book in the series so it definitely doesn't stand alone. You need to start at the beginning with this fun series.
The Spires of Turris by Christine Danse: The best way I can describe this book is Indiana Jones in space. It's long and a bit slow in spots, but overall fun and intriguing. The romance barely began in this book but it seems to be the beginning of a series. I'm looking forward to the next.
Hard Wired by Megan Erickson and Santino Hassell: I've been enjoying the Cyberlove series right along, and this third book is no exception. It can stand alone, but really, you want to read the first two books anyway.
Peter Darling by Austin Chant: I wasn't certain of this book when I first heard about it, but only because Peter Pan was never my favorite story. I read it anyway, and I'm so happy I did. It was a gorgeous, thought-provoking story filled with hope and joy, and also a fun fantasy and a lovely romance (enemies to lovers, Hook and Pan!). The ending was rather perfect. I devoured it on release and need to reread to savor it.
An Unseen Attraction by KJ Charles: I will read probably anything KJ Charles writes at this point and love it, so it was no surprise that I loved this book, the first in a new trilogy. I adored Clem and Rowley, who were far too good to be mixed up in such a mess. The romance is lovely and the mystery is twisty and intriguing. I can't wait for the next book!
Tournament of Losers by Megan Derr: This fantasy romance with a fairy tale feel to it was so much fun. I loved the tournament plot and Rath who just wanted a quiet life and his utterly charming romance with Tress.
Bitterwood by Rowan Speedwell: Another fantasy romance, as apparently I was in the mood for them last month. I was intrigued by the world in this book and the twists and turns kept me reading. There were also two romances in this book, one intense and the other sweet and rather adorable. I loved them both.
What have you read and loved lately? And what are you looking forward to?