The third novel in Kelk's 'I Heart' series, I Heart Paris continues Angela's adventures and it is just as funny and endearing as the first two novels in the series. I laughed out loud often and wanted, as always, for Angela to figure everything out.
Angela's misfortunes are always hilarious and with someone out to sabotage her, an air of mystery surrounds this novel. The confusion Angela feels in Paris with both her work situation and her boyfriend, Alex, as well as her communication foibles with Alex felt real, and I wanted to shake at her at times as she kept making more off a mess of everything.
I really love Alex's character. I think he balances Angela well, love that he's a good guy and that he loves Angela despite all her messes, fears and communication issues. I also like that the series doesn't focus on her searching for a man as so many chick lit novels do, but focuses on relationship struggles.
I enjoyed the first two novels in this series a tiny bit more than I Heart Paris, but it was still enjoyable and I loved reading more of Angela's adventures and can't wait to read the next one when it comes out as well as anything else Lindsey Kelk writes. Fans of this fabulous series won't be disappointed.