Falling in Love with English Boys
|Rating||:||4.21 (552 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||304 Pages|
Desperate for something-anything-to do in London while her (s)mother's off researching boring historical things, Cat starts reading the 1815 diary of Katherine Percival her mom gives her-and finds the similarities between their lives to be oddly close. Then she meets William Percival-the uber-hot descendant of Katherine-and things start looking up .. But where Katherine has the whirls of the society, the parties and the gossip over who is engaged to who, Cat's only got some really excellent English chocolate. Sixteen-year-old Catherine Vernon has been stranded in London for the summer-no friends, no ex-boyfriend Adam the Scum (good riddance!), and absolutely nothing to do but blog about her misery to her friends back home
"A Very Pleasant Surprise!" according to Keri Mccormick White. This book is fantastic!I received an advance release copy of this to read as a professional courtesy. I dutifully cracked the cover, figuring this would be yet another ho hum teen novel, but at least this seemed to be mercifully devoid of vampires. I was instantly entranced by both story lines--the contemp. Tara Gonzalez said Wonderful, very fun book. I was really excited for Falling in Love with English Boys prior to its release, but was a little wary because I'd heard mixed things. I've heard it had mature content, was a little boring, etc. And after reading it? I'm so glad I didn't let those reviews stop me.The modern-day protagonist, Cat, is awesome. "I Loved This Book!" according to Elizabeth LaBan. To be perfectly honest, I initially bought the book because I was more curious about the author than I was about the book - but I was open to it and the subject sounded interesting. I was very quickly drawn in and immediately loved reading about the two girls from different centuries. It was amazing to be
. About the Author Melissa Jensen lives in Philadelphia, PA
Melissa Jensen lives in Philadelphia, PA.