Elizabeth Hoyt, To Taste Temptation (The Legend of the Four Soldiers): I loved this--Georgian period PTSD! And class issues! And all the sex scenes included characterization! I particularly liked that both hero and heroine had a sense of desperation about them, for different reasons, and manifested in different ways, and found a resting place in each other. Eventually.
I liked Hoyt's previous three books a great deal, and this one even more; I think the structure is much tighter, and interacts well with the fairy tale chapter epigraphs.
I would say more, but I'm not feeling critical of this book.