Nash Brothers Box Set | Review

Title: Nash Brothers Box Set
Series: The Nash Brothers #1-4
Author: Carrie Aarons
Pages: 933 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Release date: 18 December 2020
Rating: ★★★★.5


Four gorgeous brothers, one small town, and the women who drive them wild. Grab these four small town, contemporary romances and a brand new Christmas extended epilogue in this box set from bestselling author Carrie Aarons.

The Nash Brothers Box Set includes four standalones:

PLUS: A brand new, never-before-released Christmas extended epilogue featuring a chapter from each brother!

More about the books inside:


Presley McDaniel lives her life from moment to moment.

Love and commitment are predictable.
So why, the moment she lays eyes on him, are they all she wants?

Keaton Nash has never questioned his steady path.

Except for the first time ever, he wants to abandon stability.
She makes him want to be reckless.


In a split-second, a car crash killed almost everything between them. Ten years later, can one accidental ride fix tattered spirits, uncertain futures, and broken hearts?

Lily Grantham has always done what she’s been told.

Bowen Nash never wanted the life he’s trapped in.

They’ve been fighting fate for as long as it’s been chasing them. And now, time is up.


He can’t stand her, and best believe, the feeling is mutual.
Her life is the complete opposite of what he desires.
So, why can’t they keep their hands off each other?

Forrest Nash is a smug know-it-all.

Penelope Briggs is one bossy, obnoxious woman.

What started as a convenient friends-with-benefits situation is quickly growing wings. Even if both parties are trying hard to ignore the flutter.


Ryan Shea has sworn off men.

Fletcher Nash vowed not to fall in lust.
They pledged not to love anyone until it was the real thing.
So what happens when two people terrified of falling head-over-heels, actually do?

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This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Carrie Aarons!

The Nash Brothers series are the first books I’ve read by Carrie Aarons and I’m so glad that I discovered her. Now I’ve read so many other books by her and she’s such an amazing author. The Nash Brothers series was such a good series because you get to fall in love with every Nash brother. If you’re a fan of small town romances, then I highly recommend this series! I also really liked getting back to The Nash Brothers series by reading the bonus epilogue at the end of this box set. I love all four brothers and the epilogue made me smile!

Fleeting: 4.5/5
was the first book I’ve read by Carrie Aarons and I fell in love with her characters. Presley and Keaton are both enjoyable characters. They’re so different yet perfect for each other. Their story was really cute, and I really liked reading about them. Just like all the other books in the series, Fleeting was such a fast paced and well written read!

Forgiven: 4/5
While reading Fleeting, I was always wondering why Lily and Boden acted so weird when they were around each other and I was so happy that their story was next. I really loved the dual perspective in this book because you really want to know why they were acting so weird and how they were really feeling. I really liked Lily because she’s such a sweet and kind girl and she reminds me a bit of myself. I also really liked Boden because he was an introvert and I haven’t read that many books with male introverts.

Flutter: 5/5
When I was reading the third book, I immediately had the feeling that it was going to be my favourite of the series. I am a sucker for the enemies to lovers trope and Carrie Aarons did such a great job with this one. Forrest and Penelope are both amazing characters. They’re made for each other because they’re both funny! Forrest is such a cute nerd and I think I’d fall for him in real life!

Falter: 5/5
Falter is my second favourite book in the series because the characters were really admirable and the story was really ‘real’. Fletcher is a recovering alcoholic and Ryan’s been in foster care. I loved that Carrie Aarons talked about these topics because they’re ‘real’ and a lot of people deal with the same kind of things. I loved that Fletcher and Ryan were both strong characters and I loved reading their story.