Shh! (Oxley College Saga, #1)

Shh! (Oxley College Saga, #1)

by Stacey Nash
3.4 8

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Shh! (Oxley College Saga, #1) 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
ladymiryaa More than 1 year ago
In full disclosure, I received an ARC for a review so in case you didn't notice...I gave it five stars! No spoilers in this review either so please read on! This is Stacey Nash's first journey into the new adult world and it was wonderful! Way to go Stacey! I loved how the romance was not in any way soft porn. explicit sex scenes here but enough romance to make it swoon worthy! This book was all about self discovery as a young adult and learning to accept yourself no matter what your flaws are...or what you think they are.  Olivia and Logan...big dreamy sigh inserted here....the relationship is wonderful, full of twists, agony and the roller coaster of life. I loved every second. I also thoroughly enjoyed the secondary characters of Savvy and Molly (can we get a Molly book please?). All of the characters are so well developed that I could relate to an aspect of each of them. It was very well written and I was disappointed that it had to end.  Stacey Nash has done an amazing job making readers uncomfortable with Olivia's issues and outraged at the bullying that occurs. This book tugged at my heartstrings and made me want to yell and scream at the way Olivia is treated. Thank you Stacey for incorporating such important topics to be discussed.  Stacey Nash is one of my new favorite writers...Shh! is worth the read!
Anonymous 11 months ago
Nice book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Aside from missing words here and there, the writing is fine. However, it is too teeny-boppish for me to get through without wanting to run my finger down my throat.
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I didn't like the ending because I wanted more :( The strength that Olivia showed was very inspiring, and shows that you never know what people are going through.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It would be a good story if it wasn't written so bad