Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
By teen libMarch 22, 2013
Anna’s senior year is ruined. Her plans for a great year included hanging out with her very best friend, continuing her employment at a job that is perfect for her, and maybe starting a relationship with that boy she’s been crushing on all summer.
But now her dad insists that she has to attend a boarding school. After all the yelling, begging, pleading, and crying she tries to get out of it, Anna still finds herself the newest senior at the School of America in Paris. It’s not that Anna isn’t grateful. It is Paris after all. It’s just that this isn’t what she wants; it’s what her father is demanding.
And so Anna arrives at the cafeteria her first morning there filled with unhappiness and trepidation. That is until she meets St. Clair and her heart flips over.
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