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In the Spotlight

In the Spotlight

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by Liz Botts, Elaina Lee (Illustrator)

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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

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In the Spotlight 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really well written and only 99 cents?! Also you'll totally fall in love with one of the main guys!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Quick and so much fun and sweet.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was a great book. It was about a girl whose name ws hannah. She liked this boy but hen he just liked her cause she was easy. So hen she met this other guy whose name is josh and who is he lead male role the play that they are doing at their scool and she is the lead femal role. Then she ends up falling in love with josh. Anybody who want a quick teen romance book you should read this one. I wouldn't let ybody under 10 years old read this because it talks about sex a little but it doesn't describe anything. This book is also only abiut 180 page so it doesnt take that long to read. It was so great that i read it in abiut 3 days and that is beaides school and extra-ciricual activities. I HOPE YOU LUV THIS BOOK;))))!!!!!!!!
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Casle More than 1 year ago
I was thrilled with the idea of reading a book geared in my field of expertise! I have always bee a techie in theater so I have witnessed some of the drama that happened in In the Spotlight. It wasn't all that long ago that I was a hormonal teenager (now I'm just a hormonal young adult) and I remember all the confused feelings of love, lust and crush that came with high school. I really feel that Liz hit the nail on the head with In the Spotlight! I wish some of the things Hannah's cast mates got to do I could have done with my theater mates in high school theater! Liz does an amazing job of making you feel the emotions of Hannah and a superb job of making you feel all lovedovey high schooler again. The gossip, the sports, the talent and the jealousy. There are really great morals in In the Spotlight as well. Liz touches on sex, friendship, sisterhood, parenting, crazy grandparents and nasty siblings. I can't wait to see what Liz has to offer next month with her newest story!
Stressed_Rach More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved In The Spotlight. I remember the time when I was just like Hannah so I could relate to her a lot, With boys, crushes and broken hearts. Hannah seems a bit naïve but that made me like her even more. I loved her sense of humour and was laughing out loud while reading the book on several occasions with things she said or did, which I have never done before when reading a book. There was also sadness when she learnt Kyle was not who she thought he was. The book kept me on the edge of my seat right up until the end with the will they won’t they storyline and the laughs throughout the book made it a great read. My 14 year old daughter is now reading this herself as I said she would really like it.