Here's some of what I've read recently, that I loved.
Nefertiti's Heart by A.W. Exley
This is a Steam punk romance.I loved the steam punk feel, the kick ass female MC, and the mysteriousness of the male MC. I also loved the added mystery of the female MC's hunt for her father's hidden treasure and that the book didn't jump right into steamy sex. The female MC has issues with being touched and for good reason. It made the slow build so worth it. If you're into romance and steam punk, I'd definitely recommend this one.
Alice In Zombieland by Gena Showalter
This is YA and boy is it 'angsty'. From the cover and title, I assumed this would be a retelling of the original Alice in Wonderland, which I feel might be getting close to being well overdone. I was very surprised however to realize that this is nothing like that at all. The main characters name is Alice, she has long blond hair, and the MC often feels like she's fallen into a rabbit hole, but that is where the similarities stop.
I loved the original take on zombies as it wasn't at all what I was expecting. I could have done without so much of the high school back and forth, over-dramatic stuff, but hey, that's YA and why I'm glad I never have to repeat high school. I found the book entertaining and loved the MC's sense of humor. Her best friend was a hoot. Don't go into it expecting an Alice in Wonderland retell and you'll enjoy it and it's sequel, Through the Zombieglass.
Whispers In Autumn by Trisha Leigh
This one is a Sci/Fi Dystopian YA novel. And while this might be a scary mix, don't let it scare you away from reading it. Its mix of aliens, dissidents, and traveling between the seasons is worth a look. And it's underlying story of a girl who feels different trying to find her place in the world, will resonate with many women and teen girls. To top it off, it's a self-pub, which made me very leery. However, Trisha Leigh has put together a beautifully well written book and it shows. I even love the cover and how all 4 in the series make one face. That is so cool. I loved it and definitely recommend it.
And of course, my own 1st published book is for sale as ebook on Amazon. It's a novella length urban fantasy. Here is a bit about it.
Camille’s life hasn’t been the same since her parents' traumatic murder-suicide. In the aftermath, an intruder breaks into her home. Camille discovers a mysterious thumb drive hidden in her father’s office and realizes the unwanted changes in her life are just beginning. Caught in a spider's web of politics and conspiracy, betrayal and abduction, Camille is about to discover that the world is changing and hiding is not an option. Not even for Shines.