This book is the perfect contemporary romance. I am so picky when it comes to romances. Every time I read contemporary romances, I always compare it to my experience with this book. This book is honestly even better than the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before series. The way the story goes is that there is this girl, Anna (big shocker), who unexpectedly gets shipped off to a boarding school in France by her very rich father. The love interest in this story is this (actually quite attractive I have to admit) Etienne St. Clair.
This book is genuinely hilarious. Perkins, and more importantly Anna, has this very unmistakable voice in the book which I really find funny. Perkins does keep the stereotypes and the typical teenager scenes you’d expect. HOWEVER, it’s mostly there to show the amount of growth Anna and her friends go through and the relatability aspect of the book.
I really like this story. I sat down and finished it in one day. It was the first time in a long time where I laughed out loud and thoroughly enjoyed a contemporary. I really want to read the other two stand alones associated with the “series”. I really hope you pick this book up, share your thoughts on it, even talk to us about it!