Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Tour / Review : Nashville Nights

Nashville Nights Boxed Set by Stacey Mosteller 

Published by: Swoon Romance

Publication date: November 27th 2015

Genres: New Adult, Romance

Save Me From Myself 

(Nashville Nights Book 1)

Tragedy and betrayal sent her running…
And now she’s starting over far away from the person she used to be.

Lyric Hayes tried to be the perfect daughter and the perfect girlfriend, but those days are over. She’s ready to begin again with a vow to herself: no relationships, no complications, and no turning back.

Easier said than done…

Confident, successful, and charming David Pearson makes her vow nearly impossible. He has it all, and David knows better than anyone not to judge someone by what’s on the surface. Wanting to own her heart, he’ll do anything to gain her trust and save her from herself. But David’s family could have secrets and baggage of their own, which could send Lyric packing and on the run once again. Is his past just another version of a song Lyric has heard before?


When hard times comes her way Lyric is known from running. In this case she has ran from her now ex-fiance after being betrayed following a accident that left her in grief. Now she's living with a friend and while out she met David who owns the bar she and her friends were hanging out at. The attraction was instant but she ran from a relationship and doesn't want to go through what she ran from. But David could maybe be different and Lyric is willing to take a chance and hope it doesn't fail.

I really enjoyed this book. It was fun, enjoyable, with drama and steam. I liked that there was plenty of drama, I kept wondering is more was going to happen with the ex though that maybe he would stir up problems. But what ended up happening was more interesting, different then how I though it would turn out.I liked getting the back story to David but wished I got to know more about Lyric. I mean the beginning was interesting enough and was about the only thing I really got to know about her. 

Overall I great story, Can't wait to see whats going on in the next book.


Never Wanted More 

(Nashville Nights 1.5)
Originally part of the Southern Seduction Box Set
Never Wanted More is book 1.5 in the Nashville Nights series

Peyton Williams is spoiled, entitled and a little too stuck up. The daughter of an influential Mayor and a socialite mother, she’s trying to get through college and make her own path. She’s perfectly happy being a loner until Spring semester when she gets not only a roommate, but a math tutor.

Wyatt Parker is the boy from the wrong side of town. Known as the son of the town tramp, he jumps at the scholarship to play basketball in Nashville where no one knows his roots. Spending this semester tutoring a friend’s snobby roommate wasn’t what he envisioned, but Peyton quickly gets under his skin.

Peyton never wanted more until she met Wyatt, but is she willing to be what he needs?


Peyton is pretty much a black sheep in her family, shes sassy, introverted and well a spoiled brat. Then there's Wyatt that learned to take care of what he has because he grew up with little and learned to appreciate things and others. Both are from different upbringing and but couldn't be more perfect to even things out for eachother. Now if only Peyton can stop fighting that attraction that they both feel.

Not sure what is it about this book,I have a like and a eh feeling about it. It felt rushed. I wish it was a bit longer, with a bit more drama or some type of conflict. Just when I think there is something about to rock what they have its barely a blip in the the drama area. What I did like was the personalities of both characters and getting to know a bit about them. But as much as I liked Peyton's sassy tude it got a bit annoying at times. The steamy scenes were good. I liked the book can't say I loved it.

Everything I Shouldn’t: Jeremy & SarahBeth #1 

(Nashville Nights Book 2)

It’s been eight days, sixteen hours and forty-seven minutes since life as I know it ended. I know, it sounds so melodramatic and teen-soap worthy, but it’s the truth. Eight days, sixteen hours and forty-seven minutes since David found out. Since he kicked Jeremy out, ended their friendship and told me I could never see him again.

I didn’t plan on David getting suspicious, and I definitely didn’t plan on getting caught. My selfishness has cost Jeremy everything, my brother won’t even look at me, Lyric must hate me for practically blackmailing her to keep silent and my best friend is barely speaking to me.

Now my life is full of secrets and lies. The people around me have been affected by the choices I’ve made and the lies I’ve told. But what will they do when they discover the biggest secret of them all?
Jeremy is everything I shouldn’t want, and the person I can’t live without.


I gotta say at first when I read the description to this book and then the next book I couldn't get why the author would stretch things out with Sarahbeth and Jeremy. For those who are reading this review this story takes place the same time book one Save Me From Myself starts and ends. Then the next book is what comes after everything is out in the open. So you'll get why things happen on their end. I'm glad it turned out the way it did.

After the death of her parents Sarahbeth was taken in by her brother. Instead of having her uprooted to her grandparents houses David sacrificed everything and went to live with his sister and start up a bar. But starting up a business takes time and David wasn't around like Sarahbeth hoped he'd be. Instead Jeremey was around most of the time helping take care of her. But things get difficult when both are starting to have feelings for her. Hes older and shes young and got a life ahead of her. He's Davids best friends and things can get complicated. But Sarahbeth is an adult not and refuses to let that stand in her way.

Honestly I loved her point of view and as the saying goes forbidden fruit tastes the sweetest (Now that I put it down I think I got that quote wrong. Correct me if I'm wrong :-P) Anywho, I liked getting to know more about her. In the first book I thought that she was just some immature biotch out. Now I understand her more and still think the same immature biotch but I know why. I mean she is young and will make stupid choices. Then there's the who dating her brothers friend who is way older then her, Yeah I get why she acted the way she did. I loved getting the bits and pieces to figure out about her more. Then there was the older mature Jeremy who wanted to reveal things from the very start, I liked his character is all I can say. I really enjoyed this book and can't wait to see what happens next.

Everything I Need: Jeremy & SarahBeth #2 

(Nashville Nights Book 3)

SarahBeth Pearson has made mistakes, and I might just be the biggest one of them all. After spending months keeping secrets and lying to everyone close to us, it’s all fallen apart and we are each left alone to pick up the pieces.

I’ve loved SarahBeth in one form or another her entire life. The steps that brought us closer together weren’t easy for me to take. After letting her dictate our relationship, I’ve found myself practically homeless and estranged from my closest friends.

Now I’m left trying to move on, finding a new place to live and getting everything I need in order, while she’s trying to mend her broken heart. There’s just one problem…SarahBeth’s still keeping secrets – and her secret just might change everything.


So in case you didn't know this book leaves off after were the first and second books ends.

Jeremy isn't talking to his best friend, was kicked out his apartment and he is no longer seeing Sarahbeth. Things get complicated when Sarahbeth finds out that shes preggo. She knows it's only right to go straight to Jeremey and tell him but she needs to know how he feels. She doesnt' want to let the baby complicate things further if he knows and ends up staying with her for it. So she keeps it for a secret for a bit longer. Meanwhile Jeremy seems to have something up his sleeve for secrets as well.

You know what I really did enjoy this book. There was drama not too over the top but enough to keep the readers hooked. Then there's the complication of the baby and secrets.Then there's the secret that Jeremy was holding on to. I was hoping for a bit more on that half when it came to his mother to stir up trouble but this book was ok without it. Overall I really enjoyed this tied up all loose ends with the two and I loved how it ended.

Pretending He's You 

(Nashville Nights Book 4)
Part One of Two

Olivia Barrett’s always had a weakness for bad boys and Tyler Chamberlain is no exception. His tattoos, his piercings, and even the fact that he has a girlfriend doesn’t keep her away.

Interested in Tyler since she first saw him pick up a guitar, she’s been trying to find ways to be with him for years. He’s the one Livvie runs to when she needs a friend, the one who makes her laugh and holds her when she needs to cry. Unfortunately, they are never single at the same time and sneaking around is getting old.

Now, tired of making bad decisions, Livvie’s making changes. Her friends are all starting to grow up and she doesn’t want to be left behind. Terrified her friends are moving on without her, she’s determined to make things work with Emmett, her on-again off-again boyfriend since high school.

The only problem? Tyler isn’t ready to let her go. Despite her boyfriend and his girlfriend, these two are drawn together like magnets. When she’s with Emmett she wishes she was with Tyler and vice versa.

Will Livvie ever get tired of pretending and pick one guy? Or will she keep bouncing back and forth between the two of them indefinitely?

Note: This book contains themes of infidelity which may be a trigger for some readers

* *This book contains adult situations and is recommended for 18+ * *

Author Bio:

Stacey is the New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author of Second Chances and Shadows of the Past (co-authored with H.M. Ward), the Nashville Nights, Two Sisters and Nashville U series (coming late 2015 from Swoon Romance).

She is also a wife, mother, writer and self-professed bookwhore – not necessarily in that order! As the mother of three growing boys, her Kindle has become her temporary escape from the insanity of boys, dogs and her husband. Stacey can usually be found curled up with her iPad when she’s supposed to be writing or creating endless Spotify playlists!

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1 comment:

  1. Great reviews, Jessica! This sounds like a great series and very well balanced in terms of drama!


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