I read pretty much anything, from fantasy (City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett) to romance (Bared to You by Sylvia Day) to classics (Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad). The only genres I don't read are self-help and comic books/graphic novels.
15/6 - Absolutely perfect regency romance. The best one I've read in ages. I actually only recently bought it from my library's second-hand booksale for a dollar and was intending to read and review it, so I could donate it back to said library. I thought it would be a quickie that I could then get out of my overflowing library - it was a quickie all right (I read it in only four hours, 12am-2am today and 12pm-2pm this afternoon), but it's not going anywhere. It's the first regencyish era romance I've bought in many years and I'm over the moon with my bargain basement five star find.
Some romance authors try for humour in their books, and it's just like "Huh? That's not funny, like, at all.", but this was full of one liners and scenes that had me laughing, snorting, cackling, and squealing with glee. I give you "Guh." for instance. That one had me roaring with laughter in the bath this afternoon. I'm definitely going to hunt down the rest of the series.