Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Never Wanted More, by Stacey Mosteller

I received an Advance Reader's Copy (ARC) from the author for an honest review:

Never Wanted More (Nashville Nights, #0.5)

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

In thinking about what to write in this review, one word kept coming up more than others: CUTE!

I love Peyton and Wyatt, they are so CUTE together! This is a sweet college romance with a sexy touch of sizzle! A perfect read to pick up if you're looking for something quick, with no cliffhangers. A nice dose of "aaaawh!". Also a wonderful read for Mosteller's "Nashville Nights" fans. I won't spoil the ending but the way it ends, although very CUTE, had me in stitches (you'll get it when you read it).

Things to know about this story in regards to the series: "Never Wanted More" (NWM) is book 0.5 in the "Nashville Nights" series (i.e. the events occur prior to the events of book 1, "Save Me From Myself" or SMFM). It is a stand alone novella about 2 completely new characters in the series. Some of the secondary characters in NWM are somewhat linked to other characters of the series but you don't have to be familiar with them (i.e. you don't have to read the other books to understand this one). Whereas SMFM is set in a more adult setting, NMW (this book) is set in a younger college setting.

I loved getting to know Peyton and Wyatt. She is so snarky and he is so sweet and patient. If you're looking for a nice, quick college romance with a nice balance of sweet and steamy, go for this one.

Stacey Mosteller's characters come to life on the pages with very distinct personalities and I love discovering all of them. As you read about all her secondary characters, you can't help but wonder what she has in store for them, once they get their own stories.

Can't find "Never Wanted More" online? Try looking for it in the "Southern Seduction" box set. It will soon be released on it's own for individual purchase.


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?

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