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books read in 2017: anna and the french kiss by stephanie perkins

“Say my name again,” he whispers.
I close my eyes and lean forward. “Étienne.”
He takes my hand into his. Those perfect hands, that fit mine just so. “Anna?”
Our foreheads touch. “Yes?”
“Will you please tell me you love me? I’m dying here.”

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“That guys. Sideburns. You like him?“
My back squirms. "You’ve asked me that before.”
“What I meant was,” he says, flustered. “Your feelings haven’t changed? Since you’ve been here?”
It takes a moment to consider the question. “It’s not a matter of how Ifeel,” I say at last. “I’m interested, but … I don’t know if he’s still interested in me.”
St. Clair edges closer. “Does he still call?”
“Yeah. I mean, not often. But yes.”
“Right. Right, well,” he says, blinking. “There’s your answer.”

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YA LIT MEME: Six Places.

↳  ANNA AND THE FRENCH KISS; School of America in Paris. [1/6]

Anna Oliphant, citizen of the United States of America. And now I’m here with my parents—unpacking my belongings in a room smal er than my suitcase—the newest senior at the School of America in Paris.

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books read in 2018: anna and the french kiss by stephanie perkins 

Atlanta was home for almost eighteen years, and though I’ve only known Paris for the last nine months, it’s changed me. I have a new city to learn next year, but I’m not scared. 

Because I was right. For the two of us, home isn’t a place. It’s a person. 

And we’re finally home.

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favorite books of 2017: anna and the french kiss by stephanie perkins

                           “For the two of us, home isn’t a place.                                                                                                               It is a person.        And we are finally home.”