I've taken a college level course on nuclear physics. Though the course was titled "Nuclear and Particle Physics," almost nothing about elementary particles had been taught. I'm on vacation now, and intend to go beyond the phenomenology of nuclei.
Whenever I search for textbooks on nuclear physics, I invariably run into books covering particle physics too. But then again, the emphasis on the latter subject varies. I want to learn from a textbook which does more than stating "Magic Numbers". I want a textbook which explains the nuclear phenomena rather than simply stating it. I have no qualms about elementary particle physics. But I want a book whose contents are biased towards nuclear physics.