Who Wouldn’t Say No To This European-ish Tour With This Trilogy?

Wishing to visit Europe but don’t have the budget? Well here’s the perfect book for you! All you gotta do is sit on the comfiest chair you could find, relax, buckle up, saddle one of your cats, and enjoy your flight through this trilogy that will tour you to some of the amazing European countries we all want to go to!

Anna and the French Kiss

My Rating: ♥♥♥♥♡

In your first arrival to Paris, you’d meet Anna. As you follow her life steps teetering the streets of “La Ville-Lumière”, you’d see the wonders of this place. Marvel at its romantic atmosphere and drool at the bonds the characters!

 

 

 

 

 

Lola and the Boy Next Door

 

My Rating: ♥♥♥♡♡

Next up, Lola and the Boy Next Door! The book that is showered with glitters and sparkly things, creativity bound in its pages. From Paris, you’ll be sent to San Francisco, where you’ll be meeting Lola Nolan, a girl with an artistic mind. She dresses the way she wants to, which is beyond the normal range of casual outfits, which, by the way, she designs them herself. She’s moved on, too, from her first love, and currently has a boyfriend. It seems to be a life of peace and harmony.

Until they arrived. Until the boy next door came back.

 

isla

 

My Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥

On to the final destination, we go back to Paris with Isla, a petite, shy girl who’s in luuuurveeee with Joshua Wasserstein, a brilliant artist! As a couple, they face a whole bunch of obstacles immeasurable that the love for each other is questioned. So! Which way is the happily ever after? That way, this way, or the Right Way? I hear you pointing at the Right Way. Well, go and take the risk! (P.S.you got a free trip to Barcelona along the way!!!)

 

 

 

I LOVE THESE BOOKS! But I love Isla’s story best. I GOT ALL EMOTIONAL ABOUT IT. It’s calm and soothing and me-ish kind of  story. it’s beauuuutiful!

What struck me most was the character personality in each book. Each story contains a unique character that was paired to another unique character, creating the bestest romantic story eveeer! I love how the family background of each were varying and how the ladies tackled their own journeys.

And it’s not just the adventure and the sweet romance of these people are attractive, but also the content of each story. Loneliness. Family issues. Taking risks. These were faced wholeheartedly by Anna, Lola, and Isla. It’s not every day you see these events unfolding before your eyes.

 

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