Anna and the French Kiss. It was perfect. By the end, I just wanted to curl up inside the book and live!
Poor Anna is forced to attend school Paris for her senior year. No one would have to force me to attend school in Paris. But if I were 17, I probably would have been pissed too. In Paris, she makes some new friends, learns French, and watches a lot of movies. Oh and she meets a cute boy. Swoon! St. Clair is adorable. When I was 17, I would have given my left arm to meet a guy like him. But like any teenager there are plenty of problems-mean girls, girlfriends, sort of boyfriends, fighting friends. But the overall story was sweet and easy to get lost in. I immediately liked Anna. She was relatable as were her problems. Plus I loved the descriptions of Paris and the different parts of Paris. Sigh, I wish I was there.
Highly recommended. I hesitate to say light because there were some heavier parts but the overall feeling of the book was fun and romantic. Others who shared their thoughts on Anna and the French Kiss: The Broke and The Bookish, A Room with Books, The Lost Entwife, The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader, Melanie's Musings, and The Perpetual Page-Turner.