Thursday, February 9, 2012

Day 9

Day 9- In The Spotlight by Liz Botts

When sixteen year old Hannah Brewster lands the lead in the school musical she hopes it will be the perfect chance to get the attention of her family and her long time crush, Kyle. The only problem is that school super star, Josh Larson, has been cast opposite her, and he seems to like her as more than just a cast mate.

As Hannah and Josh grow closer, things between Hannah and Kyle get complicated. When Hannah realizes that Kyle is not who she thought he was, she also realizes that she just might like Josh as more than just a friend.

Will Hannah and Josh be able to overcome their obstacles and admit their feelings before the musical ends?
YA Romance
63k words

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Here’s what people are saying on Amazon:'
 From page 1, "In the Spotlight" was one of those books that I could not put down. The main character, Hannah, is genuine and the kind of girl you want to befriend. She's down-to-earth, funny, and sweet, but has flaws that make her easy to relate to. And from a wild grandma to a dramatic older sister named Harlow, Hannah's family will keep you laughing (often out loud and uncontrollably). But "In the Spotlight" offers more than just humor: Hannah's roller-coaster relationships with hot shot, Kyle, and sweetheart, Josh, are what makes this novel a true page-turner. "In the Spotlight" is one of the most well-written young adult books I have ever read and would recommend it to ALL junior high and high school students looking for a great summer read!
I loved this book. The writing was crisp, clean, and fun. The narrative had a great wit to it and follows the story of a very real girl. The overall plot was everything I love about a good Disney movie with more realistic teen drama. If you're looking for light, fun, read that's going to leave you feeling giggly for days, I recommend this book.
This is the first YA novel I've read, well, since I was a teen! I liked Hannah immediately. She's level headed and smart where so many YA heroines lately are all angst and obsession. The dialogue is also well written. Pick this one up if you want a smart story of girl chooses boy and all the trappings.

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