Review: Anna and The French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins



Anna and the French KissAnna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
Release Date: December 2 2010
Publisher: Dutton/ Penquin 
Pages:372
Format: Hardcover 
Genre:Fiction/YA/Contemporary
Source:Publisher 


Goodreads Synopsis:
Anna is looking forward to her senior year in Atlanta, where she has a great job, a loyal best friend, and a crush on the verge of becoming more. Which is why she is less than thrilled about being shipped off to boarding school in Paris—until she meets Étienne St. Claire: perfect, Parisian (and English and American, which makes for a swoon-worthy accent), and utterly irresistible. The only problem is that he's taken, and Anna might be, too, if anything comes of her almost-relationship back home.

As winter melts into spring, will a year of romantic near-misses end with the French kiss Anna—and readers—have long awaited?

My Thoughts:
Anna and The French Kiss was the cutest book I have read in a long time. I absolutely loved it. This beautiful story of girl loves boy and boy loves girl but the complications of being friends gets in the way. 

I adored Anna and Etienne. I was so upset when the book ended because I just couldn't get enough. The writing style was amazing and I loved how Stephanie included humor,love,loss,betrayal,and friendship all wrapped up in this wonderful and amazing book.

A delightful read that makes me want to fall in love all over again. I honestly don't know what more to say then this was such a great read. I could not put it down no matter how hard I tried but I didn't really want to so I didn't. Such great characters and an amazing story. Absolutely wonderful read.

I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys an amazing love story.


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1 comments:

  1. This book was so. freaking. cute. It's one of the best contemporary romance books I've read. I really enjoyed the fact that the relationships in Anna and the French Kiss are complicated and realistic - the characters suffer ambivalence, uncertainty and confusion, and that made reading it delightfully fun.

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