Leda's story is more closely associated with her violation (rape) by Zeus than for the fact she is an active Trojan War era character. As Helen's mother, she is present when Helen is first kidnapped by Theseus, the King of Athens and is there at the fateful "Oath of Tyndareus" and the suitors' quest for Helen's hand. She is also there when Clytemnestra marries Agamemnon. After Menelaus and Helen assume the rule of Sparta, Leda is still there in the background with Tyndareus.
In the Homeric Chronicles series, Song of Sacrifice, she is a regular character who interacts with all her family members. I particularly love her interaction with Clytemnestra.
Click the video above and learn a bit about what (I think) makes Leda tick and hear my favorite scene between her and her eldest daughter. I also have a podcast devoted Hecuba and Leda, as well as Clytemnestra. That's it for today. Be safe everyone.