Title: Anna and the French Kiss
Author: Stephanie Perkins
Series: Anna and the French Kiss #1
Publisher: Usborne Publishing
What a cute fluffy read!
This was exactly what I needed since I could sense a minor Book slump coming.
Anna and the french read is a ya contemporary with a commom setting: high school. But don't let that turn you off, it comes with a minor twist that actually makes the difference. It is set in Paris.
Believe it or not the setting made all the difference for me. I do not believe I would have enjoyed this as much if it was set anywhere else. And yeah I know what a cliche a love story set on the city of love. But trust me it was good.
The characters are all interesting in their own way, and I seemed to like all of them, even the truly annoying ones because they added to the plot. True friendship is explored, relationships, heartbreak, life changing decisions, loneliness, it covers everything I want to read in a fluffy book.
Etienne was such a fun and also funny guy! Even though I don't agree with some choices he made through out the book, I can still like him. Anna was lovely, the typical "lonely girl who has never had a boyfried" kind of character, but it fitted with the story so I won't argue with that.
I also absolutely adored Etienne's friends! They added so much to the story, and also the portrayed what a real friendship should be (in most cases).
The writing was phenomenal. It was so easy to understand that I basically flew through the book.
I really don't know what else to say about it. It was cute, and funny and sweet and fluffy and you should read it. That's it.