Kiss Me In Paris, by Catherine Rider

Kiss Me In Paris
Written by Catherine Rider

With her father’s recent death, Serena is determined to recapture her mom and dad’s trip to Paris to give to her mom as a gift. When she gets there, however, her sister bails on her to go on a trip with her boyfriend. Instead, they leave her in the care of Jean-Luc, her sister’s boyfriend’s friend. Very much not thrilled to have to babysit someone’s sister, Jean-Luc is at first reluctant to watch over Serena. When he hears about her plans to visit parts of Paris, however, he decides her sightseeing might help him to finish his photography projects for school about the stories of Paris. Instead of enjoying the sights of Paris, Serena seems insistent on speeding through the sights, which makes it hard for him to get what he needs done. Serena, on the other hand, thinks Jean-Luc is too slow and will be the reason she never gets her gift finished. As time passes, a romance buds between the two as well as a few other things. Will Serena get her gift done? Will Jean-Luc get his project done? The characters are likable, engaging, and fun to read about. The plot is filled with twists and turns, romantic fun, and only slightly predictable main plot-line. Fans of romance, adventure, and realistic fiction will enjoy reading this book.

Review by Kira Moody, Salt Lake County Library Services and Olympus Jr. High Community
Rating: ★★★★✩ (4 stars)
Interest Level: 7-12

Kiss Me In Paris
Written by Catherine Rider
Kids Can Press
209 pages
Release Date: 2018
A review copy was provided by the publisher.

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