The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden. This is beautifully written. I'm taking it slowly, savoring it.
A Drop of Night by Stefan Bachmann. To be frank, I am very confused about this. At first I thought it was a a less romance-y version of A Conspiracy of Us (which had a good premise, but too much love angst), and this pleased me. Then it turned into Indiana Jones with killer rooms and stuff but built during the French Revolution by a mad noble dude trying to escape the guillotine. Whaaaat? I have to keep reading to see what happens, though.