The Sound of Love (The Sound series Book 1) By Maria Watts. Just when you think having all your dreams come true would make life perfect, this story gives readers a look at the other side of that coin when reality hit. I really enjoyed this story even though it was a bit far fetched, but that’s the thing with fiction you can do whatever you’d like. But it’s not the idea of the story that’s hard to believe just a few of the things that happened. Most girls have a boy band favorite and dream about the day that they’ll come sweep us off our feet. But as Nina finds out in this book there’s always pros and cons to dreams becoming reality. We watch Nina and Chris grow in this story, at times I forgot I was reading and just wanted to smack them but over all I really liked the characters and the storyline. It’s well written and paced nicely never feeling rushed or dragging. I read well into the night. If you’re looking for a teenager romance that’s a bit different pick this one up. I’m giving this book a four star review.
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