|Kisses on a Paper Airplane |
by Sarah Vance-Tompkins
Genre: YA Contemporary Romance
Release Date: May 14th, 2016
Drama student Hannah Evans isn't kissing any frogs on her path to find Prince Charming. She's determined to share the perfect first kiss -- with the perfect boy --in the perfect place -- or she's not kissing anyone at all. When Hannah meets a cute ginger-haired boy in first class lounge in the London airport, she knows he's 'The One.'
Pop star Theo Callahan is on the road to get as far away as possible from his back-stabbing best friend, and his supermodel girlfriend who broke his heart. Until one shy smile from Hannah has him rethinking all of his travel plans. Theo is smitten, but he's worried she's just a groupie in search of the ultimate selfie.
Can Theo learn to trust Hannah in time to share one perfect first kiss, or will Hannah be forced to kiss a frog?
What teenage girl hasn't dreamed about meeting a famous boy and having him fall for her? (Really, it can't be just me!) Those dreams come true for Hannah—with a twist—in Kisses on a Paper Airplane.
Though it's incredibly short (I read it in under an hour), Kisses on a Paper Airplane is simply adorable. Most of the action takes place in airports, as Hannah and "T" (as Theo introduces himself to the girl who clearly has no idea of his identity) travel from London to Chicago. Their "meet cute" is really cute, and I enjoyed watching them get to know each other.
Content note: A few mild curses are in the novel. There's also one kissing scene that gets pretty passionate. It's mild compared to many things, but I'd still be uncomfortable giving this book to a young teen.
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Sarah Vance-Tompkins was born in a small town in northern Michigan. She spent every summer exploring the sugar sand beaches near Sleeping Bear National Park. She left her heart behind when she moved to Los Angeles to attend the University of Southern California. She received an MFA in Film Production and went on to work in feature film development in Hollywood. She has worked as a reporter for a weekly entertainment trade publication, and been paid to write obituaries, press releases, the directions for use on personal lubricant bottles, and breathless descriptions of engagement rings for an online jewelry store. She lives in a small town north of Los Angeles with her husband and three cats.