I first read the second part: Lola and the boy next door. And then Anna and the French kiss: the first part and finally Isla and the happily ever after. All three had different characters and their own romantic tales that end with happily ever after. But the third episode proved to be a genius. I didn't make me wait till the last for the two to u ite and neither did it ever give me a hint of bringing all characters to life in the end. The brilliance in the book was so surreal.
Isla (pronounced eye-la) is a high schooler who would call her cute rather than hot. A red head and a shorter girl when compared to other Parisians and schoolmates of Paris. Josh, the funny friend of St.Clair from Anna and the French kiss plays the protagonist. Isla is that odd girl who has a boy who is just a friend for as long as she could remember.
Twists, turns, confusions and the crush makes them lovers in the first 50 pages. Describing Paris in a way that the reader falls in love with the city makes the book more unique and lovable. The story then has complications for the lovely couple that does happen in real life but isn't spoken of. The silly things are explained so beautifully and then comes the solutions.
The only thing I wish would have added was Meredith having a boy of her own during the get together. Oh boy! She really is portrayed sad. Well, there really is one in every group. So I couldn't be mad at Perkins for leaving her all alone in her book. Overall, it had the perfect finish to the story of not one or two , but to three whole stories. Anna gets engaged here. Canillope wins the Gold and Josh and Isla are ba k together and are definitely gonna have a good time at Vermont.