Friday, September 11, 2020

Loving a Lady by Nichole Van

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Once again, Ms. Van has written a truly wonderful story. She really has a gift for storytelling and bringing her characters to life. Even the supporting cast felt alive and unique. I enjoyed the fun Scottish setting (which only made my desire to visit there one day grow stronger) and the overall feel of the book.

I will say, the prologue was just superb! I can't remember a better prologue, seeing the first meeting of Ewan and Violet, it really leaves you antsy to get into the rest of the book to find out what happens next. I've been on a kick lately, where I don't read the book synopsis, preferring to just jump right in (I can only do this with trusted authors), so I wasn't sure where this story would go. I was pleasantly surprised by the unique storyline, our giant of a hero being a master painter, while our strong, but gentle heroine was an Earl! She inherited the title, under Scottish law, and was basically the Big Boss, as my kids would say. They come from very different walks of life, but are drawn to each others goodness. I loved Ewan and Violet and was rooting for them to figure out a way to be together, it seems impossible.

I loved seeing Ewan's friends from the Brotherhood, one scene particular had my laughing out loud. I really love friendship storylines like this in books, that unshakable connection friends have for each other, how they would do anything for each other. We also get to learn a few more secrets from the ongoing mystery that was established in the first book, although it doesn't play too large a role in this story.

Overall, it was just a fantastic read. I thoroughly enjoyed every page. I cannot wait to read the rest of the series! (And perhaps, we could have a spin-off book or novella for Violet's twin sisters?? I would love to see what mischief they get into when they make their debut into society!)

Romance: Clean, passionate kisses
Language: Very very mild, maybe one curse word?
Violence: Mild, talk of prizefighting
Series: Part of a series, could stand on its own, but would give away parts of the mystery, would recommend reading in order

Brotherhood of the Black Tartan Series
Suffering the Scot (Brotherhood of the Black Tartan #1) by Nichole Van Romancing the Rake (Brotherhood of the Black Tartan Book 2) by Nichole Van Loving a Lady (Brotherhood of the Black Tartan Book 3) by Nichole Van

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Monday, September 7, 2020

The Cottage by Coniston by Deborah M Hathaway

The Cottage by Coniston by Deborah M. Hathaway
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this one, delightful!

I thought this was a fun story with an endearing plot. Miss Amy Paxton had a hard time keeping her opinions to herself, her blunt manner tends to scare off potential suitors. She resorts to asking her brother to make all her decisions for her in an attempt to finally find a husband! I liked Amy, even if she can be a bit harsh at times. I liked that our hero wasn't intimidated by her and could dish it out and keep her on her toes. I thought they had good chemistry.

The story was well-written and kept me glued to the pages. I enjoyed the side characters and the charming setting. I love that Ms. Hathaway always introduces us to new and beautiful parts of England. Ms. Hathaway is such a gifted writer, you can tell she really puts a lot of effort into her books. I love that she stays true to the time period she is writing in, which helps me as a reader get immersed into the setting and characters.

Overall, a very charming regency and one I would easily recommend to any fan of the genre.

Seasons of Change Series
The Road Through Rushbury (Seasons of Change, #1) by Martha Keyes A Forgiving Heart (Seasons of Change #2) by Kasey Stockton The Last Eligible Bachelor (Seasons of Change Book, #3) by Ashtyn Newbold A Well-Trained Lady (Seasons of Change, #4) by Jess Heileman The Cottage by Coniston (Seasons of Change, #5) by Deborah M. Hathaway A Haunting at Havenwood (Seasons of Change, #6) by Sally Britton His Disinclined Bride (Seasons of Change, #7) by Jennie Goutet

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Saturday, September 5, 2020

A Lily in Disguise by Jessica Scarlett

A Lily in Disguise (Wycliffe Family, #1)A Lily in Disguise by Jessica Scarlett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


This was a great debut novel by Ms. Scarlett. I'm so glad my friend Deb, recommended it to me. I enjoyed Lily as a character, she is trying so hard to reunite with her sister, and in order to do so she has found herself in a sticky situation. Playing an heiress at a summer house party. As the days go on and the lies get bigger she is getting more desperate as things seem to be falling apart.

I thought this was a fun read, well written and kept me up late reading to see what would happen with the truth came out! The romance was sweet, lots of nice moments between our leads. I did think the "bad guy" could have been flushed out a little more, and maybe played a bigger part in the story. But, overall I really enjoyed this one and look forward to reading more from Ms. Scarlett.

Romance: Clean, mild kissing
Language: None
Violence: Mild

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Thursday, September 3, 2020

The Enemy by Sarah Adams

The Enemy (It Happened in Charleston, #2)The Enemy by Sarah Adams
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Y'all, have you discovered the wonderfulness of Ms Sarah Adams yet? She can write historical. She can write contemporary. I'm pretty sure she could make a medical textbook seem swoony.

I admit, I skipped the first book (I totally plan on reading it) because I have a soft-spot for enemies-to-lover tropes. I love them. Like a lot. And it was handled just perfectly in this book! Seriously, June and Ryan have pretty epic chemistry, a love-hate relationship that started in high school and hasn't let up in the twelve years since they last saw each other. I loved their banter, pranks and mixed in sweetness and swoon-worthy tension.

This was a fun lighthearted read, I had a permagrin on my face throughout. It also has some nice moments of character growth and just was a really well-rounded story. I loved June and Ryan, and I loved them together. I thought it was well written and had a great flow to it. I loved that it didnt have that "instalove" feel to it, but that their feelings developed at a believable pace.

Loved it!

Romance: Clean
Language: None
Violence: None

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Sea of Starlight by Shari L Tapscott

Sea of Starlight (The Riven Kingdoms Book 2)Sea of Starlight by Shari L. Tapscott
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I've been eagerly awaiting this books release and counting down the days until I could read it. I love finding new series to obsess over. Is it hard for anyone else to write reviews for a middle book? I dont want to give anything away!

The story continues to follow Amalia and Rhys on their journey, they're growing closer, but Rhys is still keeping secrets that he worries will tear them apart, so he has his guard up. Amalia is still a likable lead, she only knows part of the story and so that puts her in interesting situations. The story also introduces us to Cassia and Braeton, so we're lucky to get two stories! I really enjoyed Cassie and Braeton and the perspective they added to the story.

Yes, this does end on a cliffhanger! Grrrrr! But, luckily the last book is scheduled to come out in November, so not too long to wait. Which I REALLY appreciate. While I did enjoy this book, I think I liked the first one a bit more. This did have that middle-book-feel to it, but still kept my attention and had lots of swoony moments and likable characters. I look forward to reading the next book!

Romance: Clean
Language: None
Violence: Mild

The Riven Kingdoms Series
Forest of Firelight (The Riven Kingdoms, #1) by Shari L. Tapscott Sea of Starlight (The Riven Kingdoms Book 2) by Shari L. Tapscott

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Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Forest of Firelight by Shari L Tapscott

Forest of Firelight (The Riven Kingdoms, #1)Forest of Firelight by Shari L. Tapscott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

*happy sigh* *frustrated sigh*

I picked this one up late last night, just wanting to give it a quick peek to see what it was like. Before I knew it I was sucked in, totally invested and up way past my bedtime. Luckily, it was a nice rainy day here and I was able to curl up and finish reading. I really enjoyed this one, it reminded me how much I just love the High Fantasy genre.

I'm kind of glad I didn't read the synopsis before diving in. I like the mystery of it all, especially where the Huntsman Rhys is concerned. Is he a friend or foe? He's certainly swoony as all get out. Broody in one moment and a big softy in the next. But always a protector. Or is he? He will keep you guessing for sure. Princess Amalia was charming, endearing and just very likable. She's a bit clueless and I'm not sure if she'd ever be able to survive on her own (which sounds a lot like me), but you can't help but like her. Amalia has different kind of strength, which I liked. She is loyal, kind and brave. The sparks just leap off the pages whenever Amalia and Rhys share a scene, which thankfully is most of the book.

I typically wait for a series to be complete before reading, but I'm glad I went ahead and read this one even though the next installment isn't out for a couple months. I really loved it, it's easily one of my favorite books I've read this year, or in a long time. I love the world Ms. Tapscott has created, wasn't over the top, just a wonderful place I'd like to visit. I obviously loved the main characters, but also enjoyed the supporting cast.

I am really looking forward to this new series, highly recommend to anyone who likes to read. Seriously, if you've never read a high fantasy before, this is a great one to start with. And if you are a fan of the genre, you'll want to add this to your collection.

Romance: Swoony clean.
Language: None
Violence: Mild-Moderate. Attempted kidnappings, death. Nothing graphic.

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Monday, August 31, 2020

Rating System

I have tried to include content advisories for all my reviews and thought I'd provide a little guideline that I try and follow. I really appreciate it when other reviewers do this and maybe one day there will be a universal rating used for books. Until then... 

Sensuality Rating Scale
Squeaky Clean(G) No sex, chaste kissing if any
Clean (PG) No sex or behind closed doors
Pretty Clean (PG-PG13) No sex or "fade to black," mild innuendo, more descriptive kissing
Sketchy Clean (PG13) Implied intimacy, more descriptive fade to black, innuendo or crude
Not Clean (R) Open door sex scenes, descriptive innuendo or crude content

Violence Rating 
Mild- non-descriptive 
Moderate: more detailed
Heavy: graphic or detailed violence 

Language Content
Mild: less than ten, more mild words
Moderate: more than ten swearwords
Heavey: lots of swearing or more offensive words 

Religious Content
Mild: very subtle religious elements, no preaching
Moderate: more of a focus on religious themes
Heavy: main theme is religion or lots of praying, etc. 

Other Content
If there is drinking or other type content then I will usually list it in the review

I also have shelves on Goodreads marked Green, Yellow or Red based on content. Green would be more of the G-PG type books, Yellow is more of the PG13+ type books and Red are the not clean read, rated R type stories. Sadly, I didnt start doing this when I first started reviewing, but I do try and keep it updated as I finish a book now. 

For anyone looking for more clean readers/reviewers to follow come check out our Happily Ever After Book Club on Goodreads. 

Happy Reading!

Favorite Reads

 I've used the same layout on Bookworm Nation for a very long time, and while I loved the previous header I felt it was time for a little sprucing up. It's still a work in progress, but it's nice to change things up a bit. For some reason I lost a couple of my old posts, like a post that had a link to all my reviews, so I thought I'd do a new post. Since I've read and reviewed so many books, it may be easier to visit my Goodreads profile to get a complete list (click here), but here is a list of some of my favorite books and ones I always recommend to people. 


  • The Catching Kind by Bria Quinlan
  • A ClichĂ© Christmas by Nicole Deese
  • Close to You by Kara Isaac
  • Compromising Kessen by Rachel Van Dyken (PG13)
  • Cookie Girl Christmas by Chirstene Houston
  • Delay the Game by Lucy McConnell
  • The Enemy by Sarah Adams
  • Falling for Rayne by Shannon Guymon
  • FiancĂ© by Fate by Jennifer Shirk
  • Five Days in Skye by Carla Laureano
  • The Goodbye Bride by Denise Hunter
  • Her Football Star Ex by Judy Corry
  • How I Met Your Brother by Janette Rallison
  • How to Design Love by Cami Checketts
  • The Kiss That Launched 1,000 Gifs by Sheralyn Pratt
  • Kissed by a Cowboy by Debra Clopton
  • Kissing Cousins by Marcia McClure
  • The Reluctant Bachelorette by Rachael Anderson
  • Rough Edges by Kimberly Krey
  • #Starstruck by Sariah Wilson
  • Statistically Improbable by Jennifer Peel
  • The Thirteenth Chance by Amy Matayo
  • 27 Ways to Find a Boyfriend by Shari Tapscott
  • Under a Georgia Moon by Cindy Roland Anderson
  • Wedding Date for Hire by Jennifer Shirk

Young Adult Contemporary

  • Fame, Glory, and Other Things on My To Do List by Janette Rallison
  • The Fill-In Boyfriend by Kasie West
  • Pride & Popularity by Jenni James
  • Taken by Storm by Angela Morrison
  • The Ugly Stepsister Strikes Back by Sariah Wilson
  • Wish You Were Italian by Kristin Rae

New Adult Contemporary

  • Bet in the Dark by Rachel Higginson (PG13)
  • Change of Heart by Jennifer Moore
  • Daydreams by Marcia McClure
  • Double Play by Ranee Clark
  • The Friend Zone by Sariah Wilson
  • Luck of the Draw by Rachael Anderson
  • Operation Kiss the Girl by Cindy Roland Anderson


  • Article 5 by Kristen Simmons
  • Birthmarked by Caragh O'Brien
  • The Book of Ivy by Amy Engel
  • Cinder by Marissa Meyer
  • Degrees of Wrong by Anna Scarlett
  • Enclave by Ann Aguirre
  • Erasing Time by Janette Rallison (Sierra St. James)
  • The Giver by Lois Lowry
  • Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
  • Incarceron by Catherine Fisher
  • Inside Out by Maria Snyder
  • Legend by Marie Lu
  • The Selection by Kiera Cass
  • Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi


  • A Bear's Bride by Shari Tapscott
  • Beauty and the Clockwork Beast by Nancy C Allen
  • The Whispered Kiss by Marcia McClure
  • Beastly by Alex Flinn
  • Court Duel by Sherwood Smith
  • Daughter of the Forest by Juliet Marillier
  • Dragon Slippers by Jessica Day George
  • Goose Girl by Shannon Hale
  • Just Ella by Annette Larsen
  • My Fair Godmother by Janette Rallison
  • Princess of the Midnight Ball by Jessica Day George
  • Scarlet Moon by Debbie Viguie
  • Seer and the Sword by Victoria Hanley
  • Summers at Castle Auburn by Sharon Shinn
  • Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow by Jessica Day George
  • Wildwood Dancing by Juliet Marillier

High Fantasy

  • The Bird and the Sword by Amy Harmon
  • Brightly Woven by Alexandra Bracken
  • A Crimson Frost by Marcia McClure
  • Defy by Sara Larson
  • The Demon King by Cinda Williams Chima
  • First Light by Michele Paige Holmes
  • Forest of Firelight by Shari Tapscott
  • The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson
  • Green Rider by Kristen Britain
  • Heart of Red, Blood of Blue by Rebecca Belliston
  • The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien
  • The Hollow Kingdom by Clare Dunkle
  • The Iron Butterfly by Chanda Hahn
  • Mystic & Rider by Sharon Shinn
  • Queen in Exile by Donna Hatch
  • The Queen's Thief by Megan Whalen Turner
  • Savage Winter by Rachel Van Dyken
  • Silver & Orchids by Shari Tapscott
  • Star of the Morning by Lynn Kurland
  • Stolen Enchantress by Amber Argyle
  • Stolen Songbird by Danielle Jensen

Urban Fantasy

  • The Artist Cried Wolf by Heather Horrocks
  • The Change by Teyla Branton
  • Dark Destiny by Kari Gray
  • Enchanted, Inc. by Shanna Swendson
  • Evie's Knight by Kimberly Krey
  • Firelight by Sophie Jordan
  • Gladly Beyond by Nichole Van
  • The Heir Chronicles by Cinda Chima Williams
  • Hopeless by Melissa Haag
  • Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side by Beth Fantaskey
  • Moon Called by Patricia Briggs
  • Moonlight by Rachel Hawthorne
  • A Shade of Vampire by Bella Forrest
  • Son of War, Daughter of Chaos by Janette Rallison
  • The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong
  • Talisman by Brenda Pandos
  • Tiger's Curse by Colleen Houck
  • Twilight by Stepenie Meyer
  • Werewolf Dreams by Katie Lee O'Guinn

Mystery Contemporary

  • All Fall Down by Julie Coulter Bellon
  • Caller ID by Rachelle Christensen
  • A Cowboy to Keep by Karen Rock
  • Dangerous Obsession by MM Roethig
  • Engaged in Trouble by Jenny Jones
  • Falling for Rayne by Shannon Guymon
  • Free Fall by Traci Hunter Abramson
  • Hacked by Stephanie Connelley Worlton
  • No Time for Love by Nancy C Allen
  • The Nomber 1 Ladie's Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith
  • Pimpernel by Sheralyn Pratt
  • Rhea Jensen Series by Sheralyn Pratt
  • Rogue Warrior by Cindy Roland Anderson
  • Submerged by Dani Pettrey
  • Sweet Confections by Danyelle Ferguson
  • Tell Me No Lies by Rachel Branton
  • Truly, Madly by Heather Webber
  • The Undercover Groom by Taylor Hart

Mystery Historical

  • A Brilliant Deception by Kathleen Fuller
  • The Christmas Wish by Debbie Raleigh 
  • Covington's Folly by Cindy Holbrook
  • The Earl's Betrothal by Karen Tuft
  • Legend of the Jewel by Nancy C Allen
  • Nine Coaches Waiting by Mary Stewart
  • A Pressing Engagement by Anne Barbour
  • Sorcery & Cecelia by Patricia Wrede
  • The Suspects Daughter by Donna Hatch
  • Undercover Bride by Margaret Brownley


  • Arabella by Georgette Heyer
  • A Bride Worth Taking by Rebecca Connolly
  • Brighton Road by Susan Carroll
  • Catch of the Season by Barbara Benedict
  • Edenbrooke by Julianne Donaldson
  • The Earl's Mistaken Bride by Abby Gaines
  • Fallen Angel by Charlotte Louise Dolan
  • Gallant Waif by Anne Gracie
  • A Gentleman's Deception by Karen Tuft
  • The Guise of a Gentleman by Donna Hatch
  • Highway Revenge by Nadine Millard
  • Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
  • The Kiss of a Stranger by Sarah Eden
  • A Lady of Esteem by Kristi Ann Hunter
  • Lakeshire Park by Megan Walker
  • Lord Heartless by Marbara Metzger
  • Lord Runthorne's Dilemma by Sarah-Jane Steele
  • Love Match by Valerie King
  • The Marriage Mart by Teresa DesJardien
  • Miss Adeline's Match by Joanna Barker
  • Miss Burton Unmasks a Prince by Jennifer Moore
  • Miss Grimsley's Oxford Career by Carla Kelly
  • Mistaken Kiss by Kathlen Baldwin
  • My Fair Gentleman by Nany C Allen
  • A Noble Deception by Sara Blayne
  • Once Upon a Time Travel by Sariah Wilson
  • Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen
  • A Proper Companion by Candice Hern
  • A Proper Taming by Joan Overfield
  • The Pursuit of Lady Harriett by Rachael Anderson
  • Regency Charade by Margaret Mayhew
  • Romancing the Rake by Nichole Van
  • Rosehill Manor by Sharol Louise
  • The Scotsman and the Spinster by Carolyn Madison 
  • A Suitable Connection by Cindy Holbrook
  • The Unflappable Miss Fairchild by Regina Scott
  • The Unexpected Wife by Emily Hendrickson 
  • The Wagered Bride by Teresa McCarthy 
  • The Weaver Takes a Wife by Sheri Cobb South
  • The Wedding Clause by Debbie Raleigh


  • A Bride in the Bargain by Deeanne Gist
  • Along the Way Home by Christi Corbett
  • Before the Larkspur Blooms by Caroline Fyffe
  • Captive Hearts by Michelle Griep
  • The Express Riders Lady by Stacy Henrie
  • Handpicked Husband by WInnie Griggs
  • Healing Hearts by Sarah Eden
  • High Button Shoes by Margaret Brownley
  • Love Finds You in Wildrose North Dakota by Tracey Bateman
  • One Plus One Equals Trouble by Sondra Kraak
  • Short-Straw Bride by Karen Witemeyer
  • These Is My Words by Nancy Turner
  • A Wanted Man by Nancy Parra
  • Weathered Too Young by Marcia McClure

Roommaid by Sariah Wilson

Roommaid: A NovelRoommaid: A Novel by Sariah Wilson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I can always count on Ms. Wilsons books, full of likable characters, fun plots and swoony romance! I was so excited when I won an advanced copy and received it right before a little vacation my family was going on. It was the perfect read for a long drive and relaxing by the pool.

This is a riches-to-rags type story as our heroine Madison, is cut-off from her very wealthy family when she decides to live her own life by becoming an elementary school teacher! Something that is just not allowed for a Huntington.

I enjoyed the unique premise for this story, how Madison and Tyler were roommates before being friends or more. I thought it was well written and engaging. I enjoyed following Madison on her journey and seeing how everything plays out. I hope we get books about her two best friends as well. Great book!

Romance: Clean, some passionate kissing
Language: None
Violence: None
Other: social drinking

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Saturday, May 23, 2020

Faceoff by Rebecca Connolly

Faceoff (Northbrook Hockey Elite #1)Faceoff by Rebecca Connolly
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

My sixth grade teacher was obsessed with hockey. Seriously, he had a hockey rink built in his backyard and taught us lessons on hockey and for recess we would play hockey. So, I've always had a soft spot for hockey. I love going to the games and was excited when I saw a book series centered around hockey players! Sign me up!

This was a fun read, even if you don't like hockey. Clint McCarthy has finally made it to the big leagues, he's been signed to play professional hockey. On top of that, he has reconnected with an old friend and sparks are flying everywhere! Bree Stone is working on her doctorate degree and isn't looking for romance, but cant deny the chemistry she feels with Clint. Bree and Clint have a nice, conflict-free romance. Things heat up quickly and they just love being with each other. It sort of reminds me of those couples that are all, "I love you more, no I love you more, no I do..." which is endearing but I admit, in my novels I like a little more tension. They're super cute together though and its fun to see their interactions.

This is the first book in the Northbrook Hockey Elite series, so there is a lot of characters introduced, and characters from the Belltown Six series (you wont be lost if you haven't read that series). All the different characters and set up for the series, was handled well. They were presented in a way that I look forward to reading their stories as well.

Overall, I thought this was a fun read. Once I started I was quickly sucked in and enjoyed the story. Well-written, likable characters and a fun plot. I look forward to reading more.

Content: Clean romance, just kisses. No language or violence (except for a few hockey scuffles, but what is hockey with a little fighting??)

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Friday, May 22, 2020

Royally in Trouble by Jenny Jones

Royally in Trouble (Enchanted Events, #2)Royally in Trouble by Jenny B. Jones
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Super Cute!

This is my type of cozy mystery!

Small-town charm
Mystery that keeps me guessing
Likable and realistic heroine
Swoony leading man
Endearing and quirky supporting characters
Witty dialog that gives me a chuckle

Sure, I would have liked out leading man to have a bit more page time with our heroine, but the time he does show up...swoon! These two have Chemistry! I also liked that even though its been ages since I've read the first book, I could dive right into this one and not miss a thing. I love when books in series can stand well on their own.

I don't read a lot of mystery, and haven't read too many cozy mysteries. If they were all like this I would though. While the focus is more on our heroine, Paisley and the mystery she is thrown into, there are some nice side stories going on to keep things well-rounded. I thought it was well written, have a nice pace, lots of funny dialogue and a mystery that kept me guessing until the end. Highly recommend this series.

Romance: Clean, swoony kisses
Language: None
Violence: Mild - murder mystery, a couple attacks - nothing graphic

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