I mean, if you want good kissing scenes, you need to read Sarra Manning, because that woman has some serious skills. So the book was rather light and fluffy, centered around this romance. There were some nice scenes in Paris including making out at the Louvre, because oh yes.
There was a brilliant friendship, though it had its rough start as well, between Edie and Shona. And the friendship between Edie and her two gay friends was also wonderful to read. I wish we could have kept the mean girl antics to a minimum, but I guess that was kind of an inevitability in this kind of slice of life story. However, my biggest problem is still that the romance was ultimately rather instalovey, and I wish that there was just more dialogue between the characters to prove it wasn't all a physical attraction thing and so that we could get to know the characters and their personalities, which I'm sure they have.
But I'm rather positive about the fact that this will get better further on in the series, as this book also got better as it went along. And luckily I have the whole series on hand to just binge read. And I mean quick, the story itself is just over pages.
So if you're going to embark on this series, I recommend having all of them on hand so you can just continue. Because you will likely want to continue. I mean, that romance is just electrifying and addictive. I can't wait to see where it goes next. GIF it to me straight! Oct 11, Annie rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: anyone. This book was about a girl named Edie who's new at going to collage.
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She firsts explains how she feels like a stranger on the campus. She goes to class and takes her courses, like Art. On the first few days, when she describes how she thinks she is invisible, a girl named Mia talks to her. As the book goes on, she learns more about Mia and turns out to dislike her. Edie makes other friends like Shona who has her back in everything. Throughout the book, Edie talks about her love for her fellow cl This book was about a girl named Edie who's new at going to collage. Throughout the book, Edie talks about her love for her fellow classmate, Dylan.
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I really enjoyed this book because some of the things she describes are things i was able to relate to. There were times in the book where i can really put myself in the character's shoes. Also, I liked this book so much that I wanted to own a copy for myself. I plan to read the next two books of this series. This book is a little guilty pleasure for me.
A fantastic start to the Diary of a Crush series. Although it's been years since I first read of Edie and Dylan almost a decade! I still think back to this book - well, this series - and wonder about the characters and re-imagine the situations. It's a slightly fluffy story, very teenagery and fun. And frustrating. If there is anything frustrating in this book then it's Edie and Dylan for the majority of this book. He treats her like crap and she let This book is a little guilty pleasure for me.
He treats her like crap and she lets him, so long as he kisses her again. But it's not as poisonous as it sounds, it actually works.
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They're both growing up and getting a grip on who they want to love. Who is your art-boy Dylan? Pictures please! I have to go and find my own boy now. I need a kiss. Apr 12, Christina A Reader of Fictions marked it as dnf. Sadly, the voice is bland, the characters aren't strong, and the first kiss just left me feeling nothing but irritation.
Considering that Debby wasn't impressed with the series as a whole, there's no point wasting my time. Check her reviews for the full story.
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I would link but I'm on my iPad. Nov 20, Sita added it. I like it. But my e-reader keeps screwing up saying UnKnown error. I want to know how it ends!!
Now it's ended and I say hmmm again. View all 22 comments. May 04, Jennifer Wardrip rated it liked it Shelves: read-personally-by-moi , trt-posted-reviews. Reviewed by Me for TeensReadToo. I will admit that it was sometimes difficult for me to follow along with this book, mostly due to some terms I wasn't familiar with and situations that are different from those in the United States. Once you realize, however, that A-levels in college appear to equal being a Freshman, and that sixteen isn't, in fact, too young to be attending college when college appears to be another word for high school, and that some social situations "across the pond" are very different than you're used to, you'll get into the rhythm of FRENCH KISS quite easily.
Edie has fallen in love at first sight with Dylan, a guy in her Photography class. The problem is that she isn't the only one. Her good friend, Shona, also seems to have a thing for him, and it's driving her crazy. Add to that the fact that Mia, a crazy-popular girl that Edie has been talking with has a thing going with Paul, Dylan's best friend, and it gets a little complicated.
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But that's not the end of it. Mia is using Edie to get Paul off her back so she can get with Dylan, Shona wants to be with Paul but thinks Edie likes him, and Dylan is kissing with Edie but having intimate conversations with Mia. Yes, it's truly a complicated situation. As the class gears up to take a trip to Paris, things with Dylan seem to be alternately heating up and cooling off.
They can't seem to keep their hands off of each other when they're alone, and yet around anyone else Dylan only treats her like a friend. Even though she's patched things up with Shona, Mia is still in the picture, and Edie is getting tired of it all.
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Before these teens leave the most romantic city in the world, some things will have to come to a head. Ultimatums will be made, friendships will be either solidified or ruined, and Edie will learn once and for all if Dylan is the love of her life. FRENCH KISS is a fun, easy read that will have you rooting for this great couple, and hoping that Mia, with her dirty tricks, will be shown for what she really is by the end of the book.
Aug 14, Viva La rated it it was ok. It did pick up afterwards, but didn't sound really like a diary anymore. Anyway, the problems i had with this book was how much Edith went on and on and on and on about Dylan. Still though, nothing really ever happened, nothing significant anyhow, it seemed like sarra manning didn't really know what to write, and just kept repeating stuff to fill out the book.
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