Mine, Forever And Always
Tammy L. Bailey 11 Reviews
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Book Type Fiction
Genre Romance
Publisher Tammy L. Bailey
Publish Date Mar 16, 2017
Available in: EPUB, Kindle
Just shy of fifteen years old, and during a fake and impromptu wedding ceremony, Ms. Lily Scott married her best friend's brother, Mr. Henry Dalton. It seemed harmless enough until he leaned in and whispered to her his true feelings, amorous words she has been unable to forget: Now you're mine, forever and always. Unfortunately, growing up pulls them apart and transforms Henry into a pompous scoundrel. When they meet again at a house party hosted by Henry's sister, will Henry remember his once faithful promise to Lily? A historical romance novella
Total 11 Reviews
Gold Reviewer
60 Reviews
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Delightful Novella
Apr 27, 2017
Mine, Forever and Always was a delightful novella that I wish would've been longer. The plot was unique and interesting. I was intrigued after reading the story blurb. I so enjoyed learning about Lily and Henry. They both came across as likeable. It was kind of sad that Lily was so in love with Henry that it took him years to finally open his eyes. It was truly a good solid historical romance. I would highly recommend this story even if it's not that long.
New Reviewer
3 Reviews
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
4.5 Stars!
Apr 12, 2017
I so wish this was a full-length novel rather than a novella. I want more of these characters. - More back story. More slow burn romance. More secondary character development. Just more, more, more! I typically do not gravitate towards novellas, because wanting more is usually my dilemma. Most often, it's quality and story development that I usually want more of. On the contrary; in Mine, Forever and Always, the dilemma was not yet wanting to leave these characters and their story behind. The overall Read More
Regular Reviewer
10 Reviews
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Funny, witty, lovely...ok, just Amazing!
Apr 8, 2017
After some time away from books, this was just what I needed to get back on track. I quick read, full of emotions, with some smart and funny characters. Set up in a time of arranged marriages, gossip that weighted a lot and women with a reputation to defend, “Mine, Forever and Always” is a story than blends very well! Lily Scott has been waiting since her fifteenth birthday for Henry Dalton to honor their vows that she will be his, vows said in a pretend marriage ceremony. This was a moment Read More
New Reviewer
5 Reviews
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Refreshing but unrequited love
May 4, 2017
Wow, this is an excellent story for a novella. That means, it was to short, I wanted more. I really enjoyed the banter between the guests, the hero and heroine. So many misunderstands, and unrequited love. The characters needed more to be more complex, so you could fully understand the interactions among them. The plot was very good and I found the story engaging. It was humorous but a touch sad. But I enjoyed it. I highly recommend this book. I received this book free for an honest review.
Regular Reviewer
9 Reviews
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
great little read
May 3, 2017
That was such a great Little read. Well written, well thought-out and a joy to read. As this is such a short little book it'll be a short little review. This is Lily and Henry story. I love this book. I have to say it was sweet the see them married as little kids. And still in love with each other, even after all these years. Even if they won't admit it two each other. Leave it to her best friend and his sister to figure out what they need. Let's just hope they see what she sees before it's Read More
Romancing the Books
Silver Reviewer
35 Reviews
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Awesome historical romance
Mar 29, 2017 (Edited Mar 31, 2017)
I was absolutely in love with the set up here: two kinda friends becoming lovers. Lily is a great heroine and I find myself completely rooting for her. Henry was a bit passive at first, preferring to let "circumstance" bring him and Lily together for some intimate moments, but he made up for it in the end. The story is told from both Lily's and Henry's POV, which I thought is great as we get to see where each character is at, as well as their thoughts and feelings about the other. Love Read More
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Silver Reviewer
44 Reviews
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Great Historical!
Mar 23, 2017
I have read many Historicals, but this was a breath of fresh air! Its characters felt alive and the females, I'm thrilled to say, were decisive and not at all wishy-washy! (Lily has been in love with Henry her entire life. Henry, once he's made to realize it, loves her back. Therein lies the problem!) This was a steady read with solid characters taking front-and-center that kept me hooked to see what happens next.
Regular Reviewer
16 Reviews
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
This book left me smiling!
Mar 23, 2017
**Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book.** Lily gave her heart away years ago when a play marriage ceremony to her friend's brother, Henry, left her longing for the day that she could say those vows for real. After Henry's departure and coldly distancing himself from her, she's given up on ever winning the affection of her childhood crush. Instead, she's well on her way to marrying another man, one who she knows she'll never be able to love. Henry may pretend to be aloof Read More
New Reviewer
4 Reviews
0 of 0 people found this review helpful
A fun read!
Jun 13, 2017
Mine: Forever and Always by Tammy L. Bailey is a short light hearted historical romance that was a fun and delightful read. My first time reading this author. Quick, but very thought-out with fun, witty characters and an interesting plot. A clean read with charcaters who will charm the reader and steal their hearts. At times a bit teenager type story, but an enjoy just the same. I would read more from Ms. Bailey in the future. Rating: 4 Heat rating: Clean Reviewed by: AprilR
Hot Choco and Books
Regular Reviewer
7 Reviews
0 of 0 people found this review helpful
Mar 31, 2017 (Edited Mar 31, 2017)
The story was wonderful to read; though short, you just know it's a feel good romance. Add in the historical setting and I'm hooked. The execution was a bit uneven though and choppy at the start. Lily was also portrayed a bit inconsistently. At the start, she couldn't manage to say any word to Henry, then all of a sudden she was so loquacious. It wouldn't have rated a mention from me if there were some explanation for her sudden turnabout in behavior. That said, I enjoyed this immensely, especially Read More
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