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Summer In Paris by Michele Ashman Bell
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Sep 16, 2010

it was amazing

Kenzie is a rich and spoiled young 16 year old from New York City. She has plenty of friends and is quite popular. Life couldn't be better...until her parents drop a bombshell. She has to leave for the summer and live with her aunt and uncle in Paris. It's not Paris, France, but southern Idaho. And what's worse is that it's in the middle of nowhere... in the country. But that isn't all, she now has to do chores and wash her own clothes and clean her own room. It's as if she was sentenced to a summer of slavery. When she refuses, her aunt lets her know that if she wants to eat, she will work. Now Kenzie has to get up at the crack of dawn, weed the garden, gather eggs, do the dishes, and help fix meals. When she meets handsome Adam White who's got a deep secret, life becomes a little more exciting in Paris, Idaho.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. There were parts that were so humorous, I laughed out loud. I love the fact that Kenzie grows and changes and becomes likeable. She is an endearing character. Her surroundings are what makes her change for the better. Michele Ashman Bell developed her characters very well and it was easy to become part of the story.

Reviewed by Linda Weaver Clarke, Author of "A Family Saga in Bear Lake, Idaho" series.

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