Our Readers Say
When it comes to NA I am super picky, I LOVE Cora Carmak and Jennifer Armentrount books for example, and then…. Along came Stacey Nash! (review of Pretend…)
Shh! is a sweet, funny book that deals with a topic I’ve never before read about, and it does so in a chaste and respectful manner. (review of Shh! by Stacey Nash)
Warning: there’s a sequel, and yes, you will want to buy it… well I did, anyway! 🙂 (review of Forget Me Not by Stacey Nash)
The two main characters are so beautifully flawed and grow so much during this book that everything about them just feels real. (review of Wait! by Stacey Nash)
Serene’s Seven Sacred Sites is a rich and lovely, very wise and tender friend and companion, with good advice and lovely insights, and lots to share and inspire you in your travels, be they physical or of the imaginary kind. I wish I’d had this book years ago – it would have illuminated all sorts of mysteries and jewels that I missed.
I’ve been looking forward so much to Aussie author Stacey Nash’s third book in the Collective series and Never Forgotten is a great follow on to books one and two. (Review of Never Forgotten by Stacey Nash)
Nash has managed to create a realistic view of Australian college and university life which I haven’t seen in any Australian YA/NA. (review of Shh! by Stacey Nash)
Immagica is high fantasy adventure with a sense of humour and some poignant moments.
Reading Serene’s A Magical Journey helped me connect back to self (when I hadn’t realised I was so lost). I am so much more at peace and much more aware of my behaviours – both good and not so good! I venture forth with boldness, compassion and a renewed sense of self, and I thank the author from the depths of my heart and soul for the opportunity to grow.
Action, adventure, drama, mystery and a love triangle make a great mix for this fantastic read. (review of Forget Me Not by Stacey Nash)