Happily Ever His

I believe in love at first sight. It’s such an amazing concept how could you not, but I’m also a realist and sometime skeptic. Now you give me a quick moving romance that involves an actor and that will land you here with my view on Happily Ever His by Delancey Stewart.


The plot of this 236 page book is – Tess was used to being in the shadows. But when movie star Ryan McDonnell pulls her into the spotlight, her whole world is threatened. Can a relationship that starts as a secret fantasy ever survive in the real world?

My sister Juliet has always gotten everything she wants. It’s fine though. I never wanted the spotlight. That was my sister’s domain. And now that she’s America’s most popular starlet? She can have it.

But when Gran—the feisty woman who raised us, and who I cannot seem to wean off video games, an afternoon doobie, or her daily Manhattan—has a huge party to celebrate her 90th birthday, Juliet brings the Hollywood madness straight to Maryland. 

In the form of my ultimate movie-star crush, Ryan McDonnell. I can barely form a sentence around the guy (at least I don’t still have a poster of him on my wall). And I definitely can’t get over the fact that he’s Juliet’s new boyfriend. 

I just need to get through the weekend with them—and with the magazine people who are covering them and the party for a feature. I just need to stay away from Ryan and his warm curious eyes, his perfectly chiseled arms, and the impossibly sexy things that come out of his mouth when we’re alone together.

It’s only one weekend, and I just need to remember that Ryan is an actor. A good one. Because I almost believe him when he tells me we have a chance together.


My View – Although this story screams Hallmark Movie, there were parts I really enjoyed. Honestly, anytime there is an inappropriate 90 year old, pot smoking Grandmother sign me up!

The downfall for me was trying to believe. With it being so quick moving and involving an actor you really start questioning motives. When they then start making extreme changes… you question their sanity. 

Happily Ever His made me want to believe, and happily ever afters always make my heart happy. 


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