Lucky Strike by Jane Davitt: This is an m/m/m romance and space opera. It was a lot of fun, and I liked the characters. My only complaint is that I wanted more resolution in the relationship at the end. It ended happily, but I just wanted more of these guys together.
THIRDS Beyond the Books volume 2 by Charlie Cochet: This is the second collection of flash fiction stories that fill in moments in the THIRDS series through the latest book. Definitely read the rest of the series before you read this book, but I'm a big fan of the series, so I would tell you to read it anyway.
Enjoy the Dance by Heidi Cullinan: This book follows Dance with Me, but you don't have to read Dance with Me first. Characters from that book do show up, though (Ed and Laurie!), and I really enjoyed Dance with Me too, so there's no reason not to read it. This story takes place a few years ago, and kind of fills the gap between Dance with Me and now. It deals with some social and political issues—marriage equality, undocumented immigrants, homeless LGBT teens, the foster care system. These issues are very entwined with the romance.
Hexmaker by Jordan L. Hawk: I love Jordan L Hawk's books. Hexmaker is the newest book in the Hexworld series and so good. I've been looking forward to this one for a while and it didn't disappoint. I loved Mal and Owen, and I'm already looking forward to the next book. You can start here, but The 13th Hex and Hexbreaker are fantastic too.
Changing on the Fly by Cherylanne Corneille, Avon Gale, VL Locey, Heather Lire, Mary Smith, Samantha Wayland: This is an m/m hockey romance charity anthology that supports a charity promoting LGBT inclusiveness in athletics. I had only read Avon Gale before this (and her story was great), but I was happy to try some new-to-me authors. If you enjoy hockey romance, give this one a try and support a great cause.
What have you read lately and enjoyed? What are you reading now?