Noah Wester is head over heels in love. The only problem? He doesn’t even know “mystery girl’s” name. Consumed by thoughts of her, he hasn’t worked up the nerve to talk to her and get to know her name. We follow Noah as he traverses life at school with his best friends Connor and Stella, and even gives dating a shot in an attempt to get over his crush.
There are some great characters in My Life as Noah. His best friend Connor is a bit of a jerk, he’s honest about not wanting commitment, and he’s a bit of a ladies man. Stella is a free spirit, she’s funny and supportive of Noah’s crush. Sierra shares his love of music and they mesh well, but she’s not mystery girl.
I read Victoria’s first book, My Life as Kelsey, and needed more. Her books are very well-written and hard to put down. I was a little disappointed that I didn’t get the full story with this, but it looks like there is only a short wait until the next book. The “My Life As” series has excellent characters with a fun storyline. Noah’s internal dialog with his grandfather had me laughing. Very well done!