I'm about two thirds of the way through Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit by Jaye Robin Brown. It's about Jo, the daughter of an Evangelical Christian pastor who moves from Atlanta to a small town in Georgia for her final year of high school. Her father then asks her to "lie low" and hide the fact that she is lesbian since it may not be well received by her new relatives and other people in the town. Jo agrees, but regrets her decision when she falls for a local girl, Mary Carlson, who has just realised her own sexuality and is ready to come out.
It's a sweet, coming of age/coming out romance, which makes a change of pace from other things I've been reading, and I've been getting through it pretty quickly.
I have so many other books lined up I'm not sure what I'll read next. Possibly the Big Book of Classic Fantasy (it's exactly what it sounds like), or Celeste Barber's Challenge Accepted.