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  • Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: UK General Books (Sept. 28 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0007875509
  • ISBN-13: 978-0007875504
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 2.2 x 19.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 181 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #175,350 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Praise for I heart Paris: 'More down-to-earth and enjoyable girly fodder from rising chick-lit star Kelk' Heat 'Fun, romantic and warm, this is a perfect summer read.' Closer Praise for the I Heart... series: 'A hilarious must read for Sex and the City fans.' Closer 'This is a humbling, girly read, perfect for those wishing to escape from the reality of cold winter nights.' Heat 'A fun read...leaves you feeling all warm and fuzzy inside' Company 'Chicklit fans will put a big shiny star on this deliciously entertaining wander through tinseltown!' Daily Record 'Littered with plenty of laughs and surprises, this superb sequel won't fail to satisfy your expectations' Closer

About the Author

Lindsey Kelk is a writer and a former children's book editor. When she isn't writing, reading, listening to music or watching more TV than is healthy, Lindsey likes to wear shoes, shop for shoes and judge the shoes of others. She loves living in New York but misses Sherbert Fountains, London and drinking Gin & Elderflower cocktails with her friends. Not necessarily in that order. She is the author of five I Heart novels and one standalone, The Single Girl's To-Do List, and all of her novels have been bestsellers.

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Karine Perreault on Nov. 14 2010
Format: Paperback
Après avoir lu "I heart New York" et "I heart Hollywood" (deux livres que j'ai ADORÉS), je suis un peu déçu de "I heart Paris". J'en ai lu la moitié jusqu'à maintenant et c'est un bon divertissement, sans plus.
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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.
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By Andrya on May 10 2011
Format: Paperback
I was looking for books to read after the Kinsella Shopoholic novels..And these were it. They were amazing and I couldn't wait til the next ones came out!

I loved all three. I heart Hollywood, I heart New York and I heart Paris :)

Please come out with another one soon :)
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Amazon.com: 13 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I lost interest during 1st attempt but picked it back up a year later July 14 2013
By Jennifer - Published on Amazon.com
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2013:
I Heart Paris is the third book in Lindsey Kelk's I Heart series. The series includes:
#1-I Heart New York
#2-I Heart Hollywood
#3-I Heart Paris
#4-I Heart Vegas
#5-I Heart London
#6-I Heart Christmas

I read books one and two in 2012 and loved them! I lost interest in the third book, I Heart Paris. Thinking it was just poor timing, I picked it back up a year later and finished it. Out of the three that I have read, I Heart Paris is my least favorite but it's not bad. I gave it 3.5 stars, rounding up to 4.

The heroine in the I Heart series is Angela Clark, a British broken-hearted girl who runs away from her drama in London to America. Her adventures are so funny, classic chick-lit humor but unfortunately, I Heart Paris didn't offer much of that humor until the end. I think that's why I lost interest. I'm glad I finished it though because the ending was good, with a few laugh out loud moments. I already own the fourth book (prematurely buying the series after loving the first two) so I will likely continue the series.

My favorite quote:
It was only just after ten but people were already lining up for the show. For a moment, I forgot how pissed off I was with Alex and just felt incredibly proud. I couldn't imagine how it must feel to see people queuing to see you do something you loved. No one was ever likely to stand in line to watch me inhale a tub of Phish Food and settle in for a three-hour America's Next Top Model marathon. I made a mental note actually to get around to doing something relevant with my life. Or at least have a think about it."(less)

2012:
I adored the first two books in the I Heart series but I lost interest in this one quick. Her trust issues are getting old and in my opinion there wasn't enough other plot to make up for it. I was so excited about this series but I don't think I'll continue.
Excellent! Sept. 6 2010
By Samantha J - Published on Amazon.com
I Heart Paris, the follow-up novel from Lindsey Kelk's I Heart Hollywood, picks up where heroine Angela Clark left off. Back in New York and still with boyfriend Alex, Angela is busy working on her blog and trying to decide if she should move in with Alex. Alex keeps asking Angela, but Angela is hesitant because of a messy breakup in her past. When Alex suddenly needs to fly to Paris to perform in a live concert with his band, he asks Angela to go with her. At the same time, Angela is offered a terrific writing opportunity on Paris fashion, and happily heads across the Pond. As usual with Angela, nothing seems to go her way once she lands. Alex's crazy ex-girlfriend seems to keep popping up wherever Alex is, her writing assignment is not going as smoothly as she hoped, and someone from her work may be trying to sabotage her. Between trying to keep her relationship alive and maintain a professional career, Angela's trip to Paris is anything but uneventful!

I Heart Paris is definitely going on my Favorites list. The writing was humorous, the characters were extremely likeable, and I loved the air of mystery surrounding the possible work sabotage. It was also refreshing to read a story where the boyfriend is actually a good guy! I loved Alex's character and how much he loved Angela despite her increasingly clumsy ways and the miscommunication involving the ex-girlfriend. The visions of Paris made me feel like I was in the city, and the fashion will please chick lit fans immensely. I've realized that I've said I've loved parts of this book about three times now, so I definitely need to give it a 5 star rating. This is the third in Lindsey Kelk's `I Heart' series: I Heart New York, I Heart Hollywood and I Heart Paris, and I sure hope we get a fourth!
Chick lit - Oct. 11 2010
By Tina - Published on Amazon.com
I am a huge fan of chick lit and had already read the first book in this series without finding all that entertaining. However, when I got the opportunity of reading I Heart Paris I thought I would definitely give it another go - especially since I had heard really good things about this one.

Unfortunately, just like the first book in the series, I Heart Paris just did not keep up my interest enough for me to consider this one a winner and rate anything over a 2 stars.

For me, chick lit is supposed to be "cute" but also very entertaining and frankly, the author writes characters and scenarios that just do not keep me engaged in the least. The plotline is too slow and the characters are unexceptional in most cases.

While I realize that part of the fun of reading this series is the fact that the locale keeps changing - and come on - Paris, New York and Hollywood are definitely exciting places - I just get so bored by the storyline that it seems as though the stories could have been anywhere in the world and I still would not care.

I really did want to enjoy this one - and it does seem as though many other readers like this author - just not me.
Ah! The City of ❤️ & Fashion!! July 31 2014
By UKJackie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I am really loving this entire series of books 😍😍😍
I can't believe the amazing life this chick has......I also cannot believe how much trouble and how naive she is also.......but it would not be the same, laugh out loud book the characters were any different.
I must say that this book was especially wonderful as it allowede to reminisce and relive my trip to Paris a couple years ago.....where Angela went, I had been also. Brilliant book, loved every minute of it.
I am off to Las Vegas with Angela and the gang now 😍 so Bon Voyage Paris, until we meet again 😉
Not the Best Chick-Lit May 12 2014
By S.B. Davidson - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this in the Charles De Gaulle airport in Paris of all places. This was the first and only I Heart book that I will be reading. I had so many problems with this book. Most importantly, I had a hard time believing that the main character was a grown woman. She had the emotional intelligence and self esteem of the average twelve year old. I found Angela Clark to be really annoying and kind of sad. Perhaps suffering from an undiagnosed mental illness. Considering the physical fights, her insecurity, irresponsibility, and immaturity, this made for a frustrating read. The plot seemed really drawn out. Her relationship did not seem realistic at all. How can you move in with a guy when you can't even talk to him about important matters in your relationship? I didn't find there to be a lot of Paris in this book either. I've been to Paris and I've read books that capture the city and this book does not. I'm so glad I didn't run into the "hipster" bars in the guide in the back of the book. What is with all the hipster worship? There was a lot of filler in the book too. For example, having to go pee is referenced three times. What? I did like the character Virginie though. She was probably the most three dimensional and interesting character in the book. Readable but not necessarily enjoyable if you are stuck on an airplane for 8 hours.

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