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The Songs we Sing: A Sweet YA and Teen Best Friend's Brother Romance (Young Love Book 1) Kindle Edition
He's off limits
He's my best friend's brother
But when Damon asks me to help him with his songwriting I'm happy to give him a hand.
It might just be what I need to find my passion for music again.
I know he only sees me as his little sister's friend.
But something happens...the music and lyrics connect us
Could we share more than just a song?
The Songs We Sing is Book 1 in The Young Love Series, Sweet Young Adult Romances about five friends and their first crushes, first kisses, first loves.
The series is now complete!
The Path We Take - Dominique and Malachi
The Lies We Tell - Trieste and Felix
The Hearts We Break - Selina and Cole
The Dreams We Share - Ainsley and Logan
The Choices We Make - Damon
From the Publisher
Kylie's Sweet Romance books will make you remember your first crush, your first kiss, your first love!
"Such a cute story. Once I started the story I couldn't put it down." Audrey Rich, Author of Stonehaven High Series
"It was such a sweet story." Victoria Anders, Author of My Life As Series
- ASIN : B07NYW67WB
- Publication date : February 20, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 850 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 98 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #222,327 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Also, as someone who plays the violin, I appreciate Key’s acknowledgment of the struggle!
The writing was rather juvenile. There were countless punctuation errors and misused words. There was no indication of where this story was set, but from the idioms, I’m guessing somewhere in the UK or Australia. That could explain some of the stilted language, but I’ve read writers from those countries, and they’re much smoother than this.
Teenage drinking and intoxication are treated as blasé in this book.
With the rather simplistic way of dealing with things here, I’m not keen on reading the next book, which uses disability as a plot device. I can’t imagine it will be handled well.