Kiss Me in Paris

Kiss Me in Paris

Book - 2018
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"Serena Fuentes won't waste one moment of her whirlwind trip to Paris. She has it all mapped out, right down to the photos she will take, and the last thing she wants is a change in plans. Yet suddenly she's touring the city with Jean-Luc, a French friend of her sister's boyfriend. He has to take pictures of his own if he ever hopes to pass his photography class, and his project totally slows Serena down. Why can't he get with her program? One minute they're bickering, the next minute they're bonding ... and soon they're exploring corners of Paris together that Serena never imagined. When it comes to love, sometimes it takes a different lens to see what's right in front of us."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario : KCP Loft, an imprint of Kids Can Press, 2018
ISBN: 9781525301421
Branch Call Number: YA RIDER
Characteristics: 204 pages ; 23 cm


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'Kiss me in Paris', by Catherine Rider, is a beautiful book about Serena who goes to Paris to have a fun and amazing trip with her sister but ends up touring the romantic place with Jean- Luc a French friend of her sister’s. They do not bond well at first but soon realize that they are actually the perfect match. What I liked about this book was how sweet and easy it is for light reading. It has a bit of humor and the bickering between the two main characters is quite amusing, but it is definitely not the book for an avid reader. It’s a perfect book for an average reader looking to get some reading in but it does not disappoint to amuse the reader. It is a perfect fairytale book with a boy and girl romance and finding your true soulmate. Serena discovers herself while trying to recreate her parent’s memories and trying to hold on to her Dad’ memories who she had lost recently. She sees herself for the first time in a long time as an individual and not a daughter who has to be sad and always stay in mourning for her Dad. This book has emotions like sadness and happiness, love and hate all interconnected and tangled, but in a beautiful way that tells you nothing is perfect and that imperfection is what makes everything perfect, be it relationships or a well-thought out trip. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to get some light reading in and just quietly enjoy the vivid world of the most romantic place on Earth through Serena’s eyes with a glass of wine and some French jazz in the back. Au revoir!
- Manraaj Grewal


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