A Boy Called Cin by Cecil Wilde: A Boy Called Cin is a May-December billionaire Cinderella-type romance between a bi trans character and a bi genderqueer character. It was a sweet, slow romance, not particularly angsty and just beautiful. The time jumps toward the end were a bit abrupt but that is my only complaint.
The Lawrence Browne Affair by Cat Sebastian: This was a lovely, swoony romance, and I loved Georgie and Lawrence—the con man and the earl who thought he was mad. They were just wonderful together.
Danced Close by Annabeth Albert: Danced Close is now one of my favorite books in this series. It can be read as a stand-alone so you can jump in here if you like. I loved Kendall, the wedding planner who is gender fluid, and Todd, a recovering addict working at a bakery and putting his life back together, and I loved them together, how they accepted each other.
Echoes in Death by JD Robb: I've been reading this series since, I think, I was in high school, which is sort of mind-boggling if I think about it. This is the 44th book in the series, and some are more enjoyable than others, but I always know when I pick one up that I'm going to have a fun visit with some favorite characters.
Prince & Pirate by Elliot Cooper: Prince & Pirate is a thoroughly enjoyable low fantasy with romance, adventure, and pirates. I had lots of fun with this book.
What have you read and loved this past month?