Friday, September 7, 2018

Stage Kiss (Mountain Creek Drive #1) by M.F. Lorson {Review}

Stage Kiss (Mountain Creek Drive #1) by M.F. Lorson

Kindle Edition, 262 pages
Published February 13th 2018 by Jennifer Costley 
Source: FREE on Amazon  
Homecoming court nominee, Erin Armstrong, has it all, the best friends, the best boyfriend and lead in the school play. But when she catches her bestie and her boyfriend holding hands behind the porta potty her status as Rosemark High’s It girl takes a nosedive.

Determined to win the crown and earn back her social status, Erin enlists the help of quirky theatre kid, Peter Hunt. Together the two craft a plan to ensure Erin’s victory. That is, if the two can keep their growing attraction from sabotaging the project.

A throwback to the early 2000’s, Stage Kiss will have you longing for the days when being brave meant sending an AOL instant message to your crush. Back when Friday nights were made for football games and sleepovers with the friends you’d do anything for. 

My Review: 4 Stars

Erin is the type of person who would totally intimidate me--especially when I was a teenager. She seemingly has everything handed to her on a silver platter. But she's also an enigma. I spent the whole book trying to figure her out and my conclusion surprised me.

It was fun to have a throw-back to the early 21st century and the events and memories being made were nostalgic. This time of year always takes me back to my own high school days--Homecoming, football games, friends, school, and family. I think that's one of the reasons that I love autumn so much.

This is kind of your typical teenage romance, but it was sweet, clean, and fun, nonetheless.

Content: mild language; mild romance


  1. This story sounds adorable. Thanks for the review!

    1. You're welcome! The funny thing is, I thought I was reading another book by the same title and was surprised at how much I adored it!