All Clear by Connie Willis (speedily read the first book in the series--Blackout as BPL-loaned Kindle book--and LOVED it. I am a sucker for time travel and Britain, combined (Doctor Who, anyone?). Also, WWII doesn't hurt--must have spent some previous, likely short-lived life in Blitz-ridden London).
Fracture by Megan Miranda. Probably read about this one at Galleysmith, which I get in my inbox almost every day.
Midnight in Austenland, by Shannon Hale. (I loved Austenland. Have read everything by Shannon Hale I've been able to put my hands on since finding that book.)
The Snow Child, by Iowyn Ivey, partly because I love the author's first name, but also because it sounds fabulous.
The Day Before, by Lisa Schroeder (probably another Galleysmith find).
Also, downstairs, so not in my read-before-bed stack, but in my read-when-alert stack:
The Entitlement Trap, by Richard and Linda Eyre
The Hidden Gifts of the Introverted Child, by Marti Olsen Laney
and, my ongoing non-fiction favorite of the past decade:
Quiet--the Power of Introverts in a World that Can't Stop Talking, by Susan Cain
What are you reading these days?