Books on French Kissing

There are so many books about kissing and relationships, but are there any that really teach how to French kiss? Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins was published on December 2, 2010 by Dutton Juvenile. It was written during National Novel Writing Month, and has since been followed by sequels. If you want to learn more about French kissing, read the following Book Review. If you’re not convinced, you can try Anna and the French Kiss and My Life Next Door by Jennifer E. Smith.

Book Review: The Art of French Kissing

The Art of French Kissing by Brianna Shrum is a chick lit novel that emphasizes the role of women in dating and relationships. The author’s vivid descriptions of Paris create an enchanting picture of the French capital. While reading the novel, you’ll find yourself enthralled by Emma’s experiences and struggles. Whether she’s attempting to learn a new language or forming new relationships, the story will keep you turning pages.

Book Review: My Life Next Door

My Life Next Door on French Kissing is a contemporary teen romance novel set in the summer of 2001. While the plot of YA contemporary romances tends to follow predictable deadlines and take place during important milestones in the school year, My Life Next Door on French Kissing is a refreshing change. Although set during the summer, the story feels like it could be set in any season, including the holidays.

Lola and the Boy Next Door is a retelling of the classic love story about a young girl’s choice between two men. This book also explores the issues of bullying, peer pressure, familial struggles, LGBTQA+ relationships, and the need to fit in. Lola and Max are unlikely to meet in real life, but this book will appeal to young readers who want a quick read that will get them thinking.

Lola Nolan lives her life to her own beat and is an outrageous costume designer. Her rocker boyfriend, Max, is the best part of her life, but when the Bell twins come back to town, her perfect life begins to fall apart. Lola’s life becomes a little complicated when she realizes her feelings for the boy next door. The main character, Max, is a rock star who lives next door to Lola. This book contains some minor spoilers for Anna and the French Kiss.

Anna and the French Kiss is a young adult novel. Anna is shipped from the United States to Paris to attend boarding school. Although her parents are reluctant to let her move in with them, they accept her family. The author manages to create a realistic story that will appeal to young adults. And as a bonus, Anna is the first book in a trilogy. If you enjoy young adult books, you will want to pick up Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. You’ll enjoy this charming novel!

Book Review: Crash

This romantic comedy was a page-turner when I first read it. I was immediately smitten, and I’m still not over it! I loved the sex scenes, the angst, and the humor throughout the book. Crash on French Kissing is a great read for lovers of steamy love scenes with a touch of angst. I would definitely recommend this novel to a friend who likes angst and romance.

 

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