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St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. St. Clair. ST. CLAIR!!!!

Can't I just fill this review with his name instead of explaining how much I effing LOVED this book and trying to describe in vivid detail how beautiful and amazing and gorgeous and sexy and adorable and cute and sweet and perfect and totally smoking HAWT St. Clair is

Asdfghjkl <--- this is me being speechless. I justI loved, loved, LOVED this book. I'm positively utterly, totally, absolutely completely, undeniably IN LOVE with this book. Just thinking about it makes me giddy. Seriously. It makes me wonder "why don't my parents send me to France! I want to find my own Etienne, dammit!" Sigh. Just thinking his name makes me swoon.

Okay, I'm probably acting like an annoying fangirl right now, but can you blame me! I'll try to keep this review short, before I go into complete fangirl mode (which scares even me).

I loved the characters. Every single one of them. They weren't there just to paint the background, they all had depth and each a different personality.

Anna was an awesome MC. She was so amusing and comical, even when she was angry; you kind of want to annoy her just to see her reaction. She has a wonderful dad (who cares if he'd a dick He sent her to freaking PARIS. And he meant WELL) who sends her to School of America in Paris (SOAP), which is a boarding school. There, she meets a couple of students-Meredith, Josh, Rashmi, aaaaaand St. Clair *swoon*-who immediately befriend her. Unfortunately-or fortunately-she starts having feelings toward the totally gorgeous, off-limits Etienne St. Clair (okay, I've learned to say his name without completely hyperventilating, that's progress). Not only does he have a serious girlfriend, but Meredith-the one who immediately befriended Anna and was kind and helpful to her from the beginning is also crushing on St. Clair. I totally get Anna. I mean, DUDE, HE HAS A BRTISH ACCENT. And he speaks French! That alone should make you fall in love with him within the first five minutes of meeting him. If only he were real. *le sigh* I would positively run to Paris, find him, snatch him away from Anna, grab his hand and run like hell. Which is sort of kidnapping and illegal, but WHO CARES I mean, he's St. Clair. Totally understandable. *pout* BUT HE'S NOT REAL. *BAWLS*

Gah, he's just so perfect in this totally realistic way. And so sweet (did I already say that). His love for his mother and friends makes me love him more.

I need to stop. I'm already feeling light-headed and woozy from thinking about it. Don't worry, normal symptom after reading this book. So, yeah. Read it, if you haven't already. Don't let the blurb fool you, it might sound cliché, but there is NOTHING cliché about this book. It unique and one of the best books I've ever read.

Sigh. Gosh. I better stop or I'll start blabbering "Anna! France! French kissssssss! Paris! St. Clair! St. Clair! St. Clair! St. Clair! I LOVE YOUUUUU!"

*patting myself on the back for having so much self-control*

I hope the companion novel is just as good as this. Please make it good, Mrs. Stephanie Perkins. I will forever be your slave.

Oh, and I have a sneaking suspicious that the third book will be about Isla Martin and Josh.

BTW, this is my version of St. Clair:


"I love you as certain dark things are loved,
in secret, between the shadow and the soul."

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