Beth's Review: Leah's Song (Mountain Creek Drive #2) by Daphne James Huff
APC PUBLISHER: Daphne James Huff
NARRATOR: Kaye Anderson RELEASED: December 4, 2018 GENRE: YA, SPORTS, MUSIC LENGTH: 6 hours and 7 minutes FORMAT: EBOOK, PAPERBACK, AUDIBLE
Would you give up your perfect guy to keep your best friend happy?
Between her soccer superstar big sister and musical prodigy best friend, Leah Cooper has never been in the spotlight. And she's fine with that.
So why would she ever try out for choir? Oh right, the incredibly hot new neighbor Josh, who she might like more than she secretly loves boy bands.
The only problem is, her best friend Lilly likes him, too. They promise each other they'll both stay away, but Josh doesn't seem to want to stay away from Leah...
A throwback to the early 2000’s, Mountain Creek Drive is a new contemporary YA romance series that will have you longing for the days when Britney loved Justin and you had to share cell phone minutes with your siblings. Back when Friday nights were made for football games and sleepovers with the friends you’d do anything for. FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS
Leah’s Song is the story of a sweet and shy young lady that finds her voice. As the middle child, she is the younger sibling of the family sports star, who seems to soak up attention like a sponge; which makes it easy for Leah to blend into the background. This is fine with Leah, and she is happy to spend her free time building babysitting career she and her best friend Lilly started years ago. Until they get a new neighbor, who becomes the one and the only thing to ever threaten their relationship. Leah’s Song is a great story for all ages, and you can feel comfortable letting your pre-teen read this book. I am a little older than a pre-teen, but I still enjoyed it, as did my young teen daughter. I appreciate any books we can listen to together in the car. I listened to the audio version and felt the narrator did an excellent job. All around, I rate Leah’s Song with 4 stars.