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Swoon Thursday: Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

Swoon Thursday is a meme hosted by YABound.  

From the book you’re currently reading, or one you just finished, tell us what made you SWOON. What got your heart pounding, your skin tingling, and your stomach fluttering.

Today, I am spotlighting Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins, which I just finally read!  I think this quote sums up my swoon but, to be honest, there are many swoon-worthy moments in this book!  Étienne St. Clair is definitely swoon worthy!

We are kissing like crazy. Like our lives depend on it. His tongue slips inside my mouth, gentle but demanding, and it’s nothing like I’ve ever experienced, and I suddenly understand why people describe kissing as melting because every square inch of my body dissolves into his.

This is definitely another one of those books that I held off on reading because it was so hyped but I love love loved it!  Link up your Swoon below!


  1. So sweet! I love this swoon, thanks for sharing.
    My Swoon

  2. Great swoon! I heard so much about this book, but never got the chance to read it.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  3. Awwww, that's a fierce yet sweet swoon! I've never read these books, but I hope you enjoy the series! :D

    Thanks for visiting my blog!

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

  4. Nice swoon, don't think its the kind of book I read, but like the scene. :)

    YA Swoon Post

  5. He is definitely swoon worthy but Étienne St. Clair is so frustrating too!! Argh!! Nice swoon!!

    Thanx for visiting my SWOON!
    Naomi @ Nomi’s Paranormal Palace

    1. Seriously frustrating! Half of the book I wanted to hit him over the head to just do something!!

  6. Yay! I'm glad you liked it! I got it from the library a couple weekends ago so it's ready and waiting for me!

    My Swoon

    Jessica@Lovin' Los Libros

    1. I thought it was super cute! I can't wait to read more in the series now

  7. Oh that is so sweet. I've heard good things about this book. Gald that you loved it.

    Thanks for stopping by :)

    Marilyn @ Marilyn's Mystery Blog

  8. I'm melting! Lol Nice Swoon :) I haven't read this book yet, but I keep hearing how awesome it is! I need to check it out!

    Here's my Swoon:

    Lindy@ A Bookish Escape

  9. Oh this book is so good! Nice pick.


  10. Oh that is super sweet! I still havent read this book. I am such a slacker sometimes. Great swoon!

    Teresa @ Readers Live A Thousand Lives


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