Sound of Love revolves around Nina and Chris. Nina is a smart England girl and Chris is the lead singer of a boy band. Nina is every 16 year old girl obsessed with a band/singer. Tracking down his phone number, Nina class Chris and so their story begins. The banter during the phone calls is cute. Face to face, Chris is a class a jerk. While Nina may be book smart, she is not so smart in the ways of love. the story line was okay, but for me it moved too slow. Chris was just not a likable character for me at all.
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