Played a couple rounds of Mysterium with my family. It's like a better Dixit in that it has a goal you work towards and an incredible atmosphere. It's a coop game where you have to solve a murder case based on hints you get from one player who's a ghost and can communite with you using only visions, ie Dixit-style cards. Really great for beginners, only one person (the ghost) has to be competent for everyone to have a good time. The rulebook makes the game seem way more difficult than it actually is.
Started playing 7 Wonders Duels with my girlfriend on the weekend. When I came to visit her yesterday she had the game waiting on the table and we spent the entire evening playing it. So far it's been a blast, it's a great couple's game if your better half enjoys board games. There's a multitude of playstyles to choose from, you can either have a very specific plan that you set up a number of turns ahead or focus on your short-term goals. The game has a lot of ways to mess with your opponent's plan without feeling like it's too aggressive so it shouldn't discourage people who aren't that competitive.