I don’t know what exactly I was looking for (and that’s probably why I had such a hard time finding it…) but I was at a loss.
But then, I picked up this book that a certain Nerdfighter idol of mine said was made of sweetness and funny and awesome.
Five hours later, I finished the last page.
That’s right folks, I stayed up until 3 am to finish this book.
As winter melts into spring, will a year of romantic near-misses end with the French kiss Anna—and readers—have long awaited?”
Ann is smart and funny and a very refreshing character. She has such a strong voice — you immediately want to be friends with this girl.
Her homesickness at the beginning broke my heart. And her funny little quirks (like her neatness on the verge of OCD) make her that much more likable.
Then, enter St. Clair: a charming, handsome, amazing guy who quickly becomes Anna’s best friend. I could just heart St. Clair’s cute British accent as he teased Anna.
He is such a real guy — the kind of guy that every girl wants to fall in love with.
That is the best thing about this book. You *know* why Anna is in love with him because you watch her fall in love with him.
It’s not some illogical “oh-my-God-I-woke-up-and-love-this-totally-hot-guy-and-I-have-no-idea-why” situation.
Plus, it takes place in Paris! I mean, what’s not to love?
And this would make such an amazing movie. I’d watch it over and over again, just as I’ll probably read this book over and over again.
Seriously. You have no idea what you’re missing.
Go get this book right now, sit down with a coffee and immerse yourself in young love on the streets of Paris.