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Angela is in the city of love -- but romance is taking a nose-dive! When Angela Clark's boyfriend Alex suggests a trip to Paris at the same time as hip fashion mag Belle asks her to write a piece, she jumps at the chance. But even as she's falling for the joie de vivre of Paris, someone's conspiring to sabotage her big break. And when she spots Alex having a tete-a-tete wi ...more
Paperback, 312 pages
Published July 8th 2010 by Harper (first published 2010)
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Renee Barrette I would definitely recommend starting from the very beginning with I Heart New York. It really helps build the backstory for the characters. By I…moreI would definitely recommend starting from the very beginning with I Heart New York. It really helps build the backstory for the characters. By I Heart Paris, so much has already happened... starting here would just be confusing.(less)
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Chelsey
Aug 20, 2012 Chelsey rated it really liked it
This is my favorite book in the series so far!
Probably has something to do with the fact that I'd love to travel to Paris someday.
I got completely caught up in Angela describing how beautiful Paris is, and it has made me want to go there even more.
What I liked:
- The progression of Angela and Alex's romance. They are obviously crazy over one another.
- PARIS!!
- Alex can speak French. Incredibly sexy!
- The drama of ex girlfriends being drawn into the mix made for an interesting plot.
- Introd
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Viktoria
Sep 25, 2015 Viktoria rated it liked it
Поразительно. Книга об одном из моих любимых городов (в котором я, к счастью, даже однажды была!) понравилась пока мне меньше всего.

- Vous etes la femme la plus renversante a Paris. Acune autre femme ne compare k vous.
- Я понятия не имею, что ты сейчас сказал, но гарантирую, что секс тебе обеспечен.

Сюжет описывать в целом не стану, оглашу самое главное и закидаю парочкой цитаток. Если мои отзывы вообще кто-то читает :D

Автор описала Париж каким-то недоразумением, героине там абсолютно не понра
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Love Fool
Jun 16, 2015 Love Fool rated it liked it
Really 3.5 stars.

Angela is in the city of love -- but romance is taking a nose-dive! When Angela Clark's boyfriend Alex suggests a trip to Paris at the same time as hip fashion mag Belle asks her to write a piece, she jumps at the chance. But even as she's falling for the joie de vivre of Paris, someone's conspiring to sabotage her big break. And when she spots Alex having a tete-a-tete with his ex in a local bar, Angela's dreams of Parisian passion all start crashing down around her. With Londo
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Rea Sinfield
May 30, 2011 Rea Sinfield rated it really liked it
I saw this book when I was looking in the library new books section and the cover shouted out to me even though it was an author I had not heard of before. The front cover looks like your typical fun, chick-lit style read.

The problem was it was not until I got home and started to read that I found out that this book was the third in the series after I Heart New York and I heart Hollywood.
I was unsure if to carry on reading as I was worried I wouldn't be able to fall into the story having not r
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Elaine
Jan 29, 2016 Elaine rated it it was amazing
Shelves: romance, 5-stars
4.5 stars
I think this is the best book in the I Heart series so far. It is defenitely much better than I Heart Hollywood.

This is a light and breezy read with lots of laughs throughout. Alex is such a dream boat. Their romantic story is so gripping. You almost want them to fight so you can read about their makeup.

I only have one complaint. When Angela's talking to the crowd at that festival and she needs someone to translate for her because apparently people in Europe don't understand English...
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Kim-Lost-In-A-Book
Angela is really annoying now. I couldn't even enjoy the parts about Paris the city (a city I love) because I was too distracted by how immature Angela is. I was glad to see Cici got what was coming to her. I'm so tired of Angela getting drunk all the time, I'm tired of people and usually strangers or people she hardly knows constantly bailing her out and helping her in ways that she doesn't deserve. I've already ordered the next book but I'm not sure if I'm going to read it or not, I may just h ...more
Sonja
Mar 04, 2011 Sonja rated it it was ok
Shelves: chick-lit
The first book in this series was great, the second was quite good, but this one totally sucked... To be honest I started this one a long time ago, so by now I can't remember much, but when our dearest Angela wanted to lick a French woman's face because French women *always* look *that* good, no matter how shitty they actually really look... Well, that was that for me...
I really love chick lit and my preference is the so called "trash literature" even though I am majoring in German and English
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Rachel Hawes
Jul 09, 2011 Rachel Hawes rated it did not like it
Shelves: 2011, chick-lit
So the first book, I heart New York, was quirky and funny. The second one, I heart Hollywood, was a really weak story with funny parts. This one was, for want of a better word, crap.

When I read a series of books about one character, I expect the character to develop, to learn from their mistakes, to go out and achieve something. Not just carry on having the same "hilarious" mishaps in different cities. And just as in life, if characters in books drank less they might feel well enough to do somet
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Abi Holligan
Jul 12, 2010 Abi Holligan rated it really liked it
Shelves: chick-lit
The third book in the I Heart series, I HEART PARIS follows on the story of Angela writing her blog for thelook.com and when her boyfriend Alex mentions he has been asked to play at a festival in Paris and wants her to go with him see thinks this would be a great trip and ends up turning into a work trip too. But when they get to Paris, Angela or Alex didn't know that his ex-girlfriend Solene would be there to make trouble...

I love this series, they are really light hearted and put you through t
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Jennifer
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! When I continued the series with I Heart Paris, I lost interest and didn't finish. 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. Ov
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Sophie Narey (Bookreview- aholic)
Dec 19, 2015 Sophie Narey (Bookreview- aholic) rated it really liked it
Shelves: books-i-own
Published: 08/07/2010
Author: Lindsey Kelk
Recommended for: fan's of 'chick lit'

i really do love the 'I Heart' series by the brilliant Lindsey Kelk and this one is an amazing addition to the series. This book features Angela Clark, Jenny Lopez and Alex Reid which are three amazing characters they each bring something fun and funny to the story. They are very likeable and relatable characters. The writing style makes the book flow effortlessly, it is the kind of 'chick lit' book that I love with th
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Kirsty
Apr 19, 2016 Kirsty rated it really liked it
I enjoyed this book a lot more than the second one. This time, Angela went to Paris with Alex to celebrate his birthday and because he was performing at a festival. Angela got given a job at Belle magazine to write a piece about her trip to Paris. The trip was meant to be a romantic get away but things soon went wrong.

Angela still really annoys me as a character as when she has problems with Alex she ignores them rather than talking about them. There are elements of her character that are reall
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Astrid Paramita
Aug 02, 2010 Astrid Paramita rated it did not like it
If you didn't like Twilight's Bella, then you'll hate the main character in this book, Angela.

I picked it up while waiting at Paris' Airport, the only English chicklit book in their selection. I regret it.

Never before I had wished the main character would be better off rotten and failed. I didn't think she had any redeeming quality... unless a love of designer stuff and total clumsiness/ignorance are passable as redeeming.

This book was advertised as "If you like Sex and the City..." so maybe, ju
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Dalila.
Feb 10, 2014 Dalila. rated it it was amazing
This was an amazing book! I read it in about a day I just could not put it down!!loved this book, I loved the first two so just had to buy the 3rd one and well, it didn't disappoint at all.I love the style of writing and can relate with the main character Angela. You also get a REAL feel that the writer actaully spent some time in these places and even gives you a very handy 'manual' on all the cities she visited and wrote about in the books - New York / LA & Paris.
Jessica
In a hot sticky summer in New York city Angela, a blogger at The Look magazine and her indie rocker boyfriend Alex, whos plays in a band are going away together. Alex is asked to play with his band at a festival in Paris but before they leave Angela gets an opportunity to write a piece for Belle magazine, which she has never read until then. She is to write about the trendiest spots in the beautiful Paris.
Angela finds her romantic weekend away with her boyfriend is not what she had in mind. Ra
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Anjana
Aug 06, 2012 Anjana rated it really liked it
Most of my friends know how huge a fan I am of Lindsey Kelk's I Heart Series. I can't gush about it enough.

I Heart Paris is the third book in the I Heart Series and continues the story from whereI Heart Hollywood ends. Angela and Alex are blissfully in love and Alex asks Angela to accompany him/his band to Paris so they can make it a romantic trip and at the same time, Angela gets an assignment from Belle to write an article on Paris fashion. Things seem to be going great..until Angela reaches
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Becky (Blogs of a Bookaholic)
Jul 06, 2014 Becky (Blogs of a Bookaholic) rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Females 15+ who love cheesy romance, somewhat innocent but lovable characters and travel.
Recommended to Becky by: Nicola Billing
Shelves: chick-lit, romance
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This review was originally published on Blogs of a Bookaholic.

Boundless summer fun. I can’t get enough of Lindsey Kelk!
I love that I am loving chick-lit right now! I never thought it would happen but there is something about this series that is so irresistible.
I think this is Kelk’s best writing yet. She had such a simple flirty and fun style, but there was something so warm to it. Everything she wrote was endearing in one way or another whether she was describing the landscape, Angela’s insanit
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Lydia Laceby
Originally Reviewed at Novel Escapes

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 w
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Lisa
Mar 17, 2012 Lisa rated it really liked it
Surprisingly, I thought this was actually pretty good. I barely ever find chick-lit very involving but I actually really enjoyed this one. I've learned it's part of a series and this is the third one. However, you don't really need to read the previous two to follow the story.

It's about Angela Clark, a girl from London who lives in New York as a blogger/writer. Her boyfriend Alex invites her to go to Paris with him, as he is going to play in a music festival with his band. The rest of the story
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Yousra Serry
Dec 07, 2013 Yousra Serry rated it really liked it
I started this book expecting two things:
1) a 'yeah-good' plot.
2) a perfect describing of Pahreee .
it was kinda the opposite. i over enjoyed the story. and there wasn't that much of sightseeing so not that much drooling over paris.

I just loved the growth of Alex and Angela's relationship. and it seems like the more books i read, the more i fall in love with Alex.seriously, wow!. I'm oh so pleased with the way Angela's character is written. just so realistic and down to earth. she's not that in
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Zwaantina Nijhuis - De Graven
Na 3 boeken is het nu wel klaar met Angela. Ook in dit deel gaat ze naar een vreemde stad, krijgt ze problemen met haar vriend en haar werk. Daarnaast erger ik me kapot aan haar drinkgedrag ( hallo AA ) en dat het als normaal wordt beschouwd om het ene na het andere glas naar binnen te gieten.
Felicia Julin
May 21, 2011 Felicia Julin rated it really liked it
Recommended to Felicia by: The title was calling my name
This one totally mad me laugh. I like this one. I love how she depicts Paris impeccably making me want to go there. Alex's ex-gf was seriously getting on my nerve, I felt like punching her myself. I was waiting and waiting for Angela to just punch this putain, she didn't. She ended up just punching that French assistant of hers. And her Mom? Omg. No wonder Angela doesn't want to go back. Just chill woman! The only person I truly think that is genuine in the book was that naive French guy in the ...more
Neha Sanghrajka
Jun 22, 2015 Neha Sanghrajka rated it it was ok
I'm a huge fan of Sophie Kinsella and i thought Lindsey Kelk would be similar. Actually, one of the reasons, besides they all being chick-lit, was that i thought that the cover of the books were similar (I know i acted lame). But honestly, i don't think they are similar and this book was not that good. It was boring and made me sleepy enough, so i could not finish the book fast (though i so wanted it to end ASAP, so that i could begin with something new). I kind of do not like Angela. Though the ...more
Michelle
Apr 02, 2015 Michelle rated it liked it
Angela is a bit hard to like sometimes.
The first book, I Heart New York, was fun.
She left her cheating fiancée and moved out of the country to NYC on the spur of the moment. She had a lot of good things fall into her lap, and it was fun to read.

This book, Angela's boyfriend invites her to go to Paris with him. He's also trying to get her to move in with him. She's trying to talk him out of the move and out of the trip.

But, as luck would have it, she gets offered a job that she can easily do whil
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Rachael Burr
Sep 12, 2015 Rachael Burr rated it it was amazing
I loved this book. I need to read the others. This book had the perfect dose of magic and realism. There was just enough of the romantic aspect with the rain spotted streets, beautiful sunrises and the beautiful Parisian culture. But there was also a very relateable side to her characters and story as well; Angela was clumsy, not the perfect model, and had the same insecurities about her looks and personality as most girls have. Alex is seriously hot on the page but he is also insecure about hav ...more
Shahnaz
Sep 03, 2015 Shahnaz rated it really liked it
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Aditi
Jul 04, 2014 Aditi rated it really liked it
This is the third book in the I Heart series, but this is the first time that I read any Lindsey Kelk book. Surely I loved this book to my heart. This book is going to make you fall in love with the city called Paris and I'm sure after reading this book every girl would love to go to Paris atleast once in their lifetime.
P.S.. Girls!! Checkout the cover, surely it'll tempt you to read this book!!
Waiza
Feb 25, 2014 Waiza rated it liked it
Shelves: meh
It didn't deserve two stars actually, it deserved more that it got me no time to get through with it. This book is good and I mean it. It didn't feel fictional at all! I actually could say this would happen to me, to any other person. Which is why I like it. I enjoyed reading it. And I hope I would read something better for Lindsey soon. Something that would make me fangirl :p
Mella
Apr 29, 2014 Mella rated it it was amazing
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Angela könnte nicht glücklicher sein. Ihr Freund Alex schlägt vor ihn nach Paris zu begleiten, da seine Band dort auf einem Festival spielen soll. Sie ist sofort Feuer und Flamme. Kurz darauf wird sie von dem Magazin "Belle" angeheuert einen Bericht über Paris zu schreiben. Eine Aufgabe, die sie mit Feuereifer in Angriff nimmt. Doch dann scheint jemand ihre Arbeit zu sabotieren und zu allem Überfluss beobachtet sie Alex mit seiner attraktiven Ex ... und sie steht vor der Entscheidu
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Fitri
May 08, 2016 Fitri rated it liked it
I like this book better than the New York one. Of course her shopping spree still unbelievable for me, and also her overthinking-self. It's like why did you think that far? Why did you even relating this and that? I'm pretty sure I and Angela Clark has this personality clash by now.

That being said, I heart Paris still is a fun read. I must say that I was questioning her decision about not wanting to go to London for her best friend's wedding anniversary. But then it would mean that she's running
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Bestselling British author based in Los Angeles. Lover of books, watcher of wrestling, wearer of lipstick. Karaoke enthusiast and cat wrangler. Lindsey is the author of twelve novels, including the bestselling I Heart series, About a Girl, The Single Girl’s To-Do List and Always the Bridesmaid.
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