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Stacey Lee

Stacey Lee is a fourth generation Chinese-American whose people came to California during the heydays of the cowboys. She believes she still has a bit of cowboy dust in her soul. A native of southern California, she graduated from UCLA then got her law degree at UC Davis King Hall. After practicing law in the Silicon Valley for several years, she finally took up the pen because she wanted the perks of being able to nap during the day, and it was easier than moving to Spain. She plays classical piano, raises children, and writes YA fiction.

Genres: Young Adult Romance
Stacey Lee recommends
The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue (2017)
(Montague Siblings, book 1)
Mackenzi Lee
"Don't read this book unless you like adventure, hijinks, and forbidden romance, and if you do, then read it twice."
Before She Ignites (2017)
(Fallen Isles, book 1)
Jodi Meadows
"Complex world-building and luminous storytelling. Mira will sear a mark on your heart long after the final page is consumed."
The Deepest Roots (2018)
Miranda Asebedo
"The Deepest Roots swept me away in a magic-dusted tale of friendship, family curses, and sacrifice. With plot twists and heartbreak aplenty, this book will grab ahold and not easily let go."
Internment (2019)
Samira Ahmed
"A riveting and cautionary tale. Internment urges us to speak up and speak out, to ask questions and demand answers, and when those answers prove unsatisfactory, to resist."
The Tiger At Midnight (2019)
(Tiger At Midnight, book 1)
Swati Teerdhala
"Cat-and-mouse maneuvering between assassin Esha and reluctant soldier Kunal will hold you in tantalizing suspense in this searing debut exploring love, loss, and destiny. The Tiger at Midnight is as alluring and fearless as its characters."
This Is My Brain in Love (2020)
I W Gregorio
"Authentic and fresh, I.W. Gregorio serves up a first-rate romance between two teens whose differences may prove too hot to handle. This is my bookish heart in love."
Parachutes (2020)
Kelly Yang
"Parachutes is not just a searing drama that explores the lives of Asians in America, it’s a courageous, empowering story about how high women can soar when they lift each other up."
Sources Say (2020)
Lori Goldstein
"A timely and smart novel that examines the pernicious effects of fake news and what it means to be a feminist, and even better, a sister. Lori Goldstein knows the teenage girl’s heart."

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