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I Heart Paris

(I Heart #3)

3.99  ·  Rating details ·  11,684 ratings  ·  414 reviews
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
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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 Hear…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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Monica (crazy_4_books)
Nov 25, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 4-stars, reviews
"I heart Paris" may be the best so far in the series, a 4.5 rating. I'm waiting to be blown away with this series to give a full 5 star rating.
The plot line is a light comedy, as always, better developed compared to the second book and less dull. There's an evolution (for the better after some missteps) in the romantic Angie-Alex relationship. The annoying Jenny Lopes is AWOL for 99% of the book, Thank goodness! sadly, I know she's b
Oct 04, 2018 rated it it was ok
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Aug 20, 2012 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.
- 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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Elle's Book Blog
May 31, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: chicklit
Release Date: July 8, 2010
Genre: Chick Lit

I Heart Paris is the 3rd book in the I Heart series and should be read in order of publication. This is a fun and humorous chick lit series that will keep readers laughing at the misadventures of Angela for days! This is also one of my favorite chick lit series and reminds me of the Shopaholic series (without the shopping addiction) by Sophie Kinsella. So if you like Kinsella's books then you will love Lindsey Kelk's books!

I am going to keep this re
Jul 28, 2010 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
Rachel Burton
May 27, 2011 rated it did not like it
Shelves: 2011
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
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
Jan 03, 2017 rated it it was ok
Shelves: read-in-2017
2.5 stars, actually!
I don't know, this book is better than the previous books in the series and I kind of enjoyed reading it but something is missing, thus I couldn't bring myself to give it 3 stars! On the other hand, some moments were really sweet and I especially liked Louisa-Angela interaction. Is it strange that I like Lou more than I like Jenny? Maybe, it is!
So, overall this book is a good, light ONE TIME read!
Aug 17, 2020 rated it liked it
2.5 stars

I'm glad I listened to this one on audio, because I'm not sure if could've gotten through it. It's not new for me to be annoyed with Angela, but this time those feelings definitely have intensified. In my opinion she was just so egocentric as well as naive. It's just that this storyline was a bit more fun than the previous one. Hopefully the next book will be better.
Rea Cobb
May 30, 2011 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
Love Fool
Jun 16, 2015 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
Nov 02, 2015 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...
Astrid Paramita
Aug 01, 2010 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
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. O
Sophie Narey (Bookreview- aholic)
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
Oct 24, 2016 rated it really liked it
Angela's next adventure leads her to Paris and of course, she ends up in quite a lot of trouble. It was kind of exhausting to endure such amounts of embarrassing and chaotic events. Some of them resolved themselves as they were related to the sabotage or just 'unfortunate events' - so they were more acceptable in hindsight. Others were caused by Angela's mature way of acting (i. e. getting-drunk-'til-vomiting-and/or-passing-out and stuff.) She has such a knack for maneuver herself into awkward s ...more
Emma S Rice
Mar 26, 2019 rated it really liked it
I Heart Paris seeps with ‘Sex and the City’ type romances and city views. With promises of Paris on the front cover, Kelk dives right into the story and we whisk off to Paris in no time.
This is the third novel in a series of I Heart books and I have to say I did enjoy it. You would need to have read the first
Two novels to really get a sense of Angela’s personality and character. She is incredible quirky, and not to mention really quite clumsy, but it all adds to her, sometimes, immature nature.
Abi Holligan
Feb 01, 2010 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 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
Apr 08, 2019 rated it did not like it
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Dumpling Dumpling
Sep 16, 2019 rated it did not like it
Boyfriend cheated on Angela at her friend's wedding in London so she escaped to New York to mend a broken heart by screwing a banker and a rocker eventually ending up with the latter even though financeer bought her a necklace and a ceramid pen at Tiffany's on fifth. Not to mention she lost the charms down the kitchen sink. Editor-in-chief sent her to Hollywood on an assignment to interview a British actor and she ended up all over gossip tabloids even though an actor was a homosexual in love wi ...more
Aug 10, 2014 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
Jul 28, 2013 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. ...more
Bev Taylor
Sep 10, 2018 rated it really liked it
angela is in the city of love - but romance is taking a nose-dive

she writes a blog fr the look in new york. a hip fashion mag, belle asks her to write a piece on the unknown haunts of paris and she jumps at the chance as she is going there for a week with her boyfriend. alex. he is a band leader and will be playing n a festival there

then their paths cross with one of his ex girlfriends and angela's mind is in turmoil especially as she has finally decoded to move in with him after a year. added
Jan 21, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Barbi Faye (The Book Fae)
This has been one of my fave I Heart Lindsay Kelk books to date! For me these fluffy books go beyond a cute read chick lit book, and they really draw you into the story especially the character of Angela, and that is why they are such a quick read. This one though, was bloody hilarious from start to finish, from Cici the Spencer from Hell getting her luggage and her Louboutins blown up, to a gloves off all out cat fight on a stage in front of thousands of screaming fans!!! AND everything in betw ...more
Angel White
Sep 13, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
More of a 3.5

For this chaotic adventure, Angela and Alex head to Paris. Alex's band is playing in a festival and Angie gets to tag along. Not all fun of course. She also has to keep writing her blog and also write a traveler's article for a fashion magazine called Belle.

She has no idea what is what in Paris and expects to have help from Virginie (who works for Belle) and CiCi (who works for The Look). However, fashion and jealousy are dangerous in the world of Paris and of course typical Angela,
Laura Kenny
May 09, 2020 rated it liked it
I loved I Heart New York and was so excited to continue with these books but Angela seems to annoy me more and more as the series goes on! She creates situations that get her into a right pickle and then expects everyone to feel sorry for her. Jenny is a great character and I feel that Angela only wants her around to baby sit her and tell her off for when she is choosing to make these terrible decisions!
It started off with such promise and I thought it would turn out to be my favourite one so f
Dakota Tarplee
May 19, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Couldn't not give it a 5 star because there is nothing I would change about it/disliked.

A nice heart warming easy read, couldn't put it down. Love both Angela Clark and Alex Reid and from start to finish you just want everything to work out between them because they are clearly made for each other.

I definitely want to read the whole I Heart Series now by Lindsey Kelk and wish I would have read the books in order from the start.
Brenda Skerratt
Jan 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Brilliant book, I’ve read 3 I heart books now, looking forward to reading the others.
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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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I Heart (8 books)
  • I Heart New York (I Heart, #1)
  • I Heart Hollywood (I Heart, #2)
  • I Heart Vegas (I Heart, #4)
  • I Heart London (I Heart, #5)
  • I Heart Christmas (I Heart, #6)
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