Floor 21, by Jason Luthor. I'm not a fan of dystopias, this is certain, but Luthor has crafted a really compelling story while simultaneously using the two things I tend to hate: dystopias, and first person narrative. The story is told from three viewpoints and it works. The gist of the story is at some unspecified time a cataclysm happened and people got stuck in a skyscraper with an organism that feeds on them coming up from the bottom floor. There are people who go scouting through the lower levels to find things the former inhabitants left behind. The tower is monitored everywhere and there is an overtone of "thought crimes ". Th main character is a teen girl who has serious doubts about her society. She records a diary to keep herself on an even keel so the story is mostly told from that perspective. I look forward to the next book.
The Once and Future Lover, by Angela Knight is actually a novella in her newest anthology. I confess to only reading it and not the other stories, but that was because of time constraints. It's a prequel to her Mageverse series and tells how Arthur and Co. were given Merlin's gift, how Arthur got Excalibur, how Mordred died, and the debacle between Guinevere and Lancelot (for which Arthur is not completely blameless in this version.) It was pretty good. I wish she would write more of the Mageverse books.