Bookish Mood Board – French Kissed

Posted November 17, 2014 by Kathy in Bookish Mood Board / 0 Comments

Mood boards are a collage consisting of images and text.  Nereyda at Mostly YA Book Obsessed has started sharing her Bookish Mood Boards which combines her creativity and love of books.  Her boards are amazing and you have to visit her blog to see them!

This week’s feature is:

French Kissed 500On the surface, Fleur Marceaux has it all. If only the facade matched reality. With one year left at the International School in London, Fleur’s struggling to graduate, her love life is a mess, and she can’t stop thinking about Max, her ex-boyfriend’s best friend. But all that pales compared to the blackmailer determined to destroy her.

There’s a social hierarchy at the International School and Max Tucker is outside the velvet ropes. After watching Fleur break his friend’s heart, Max knows to stay away from trouble, despite the crush he’s had on her since freshman year. But when they’re partnered on a project, Max learns there’s more to Fleur than meets the eye, and she just might be worth the wild ride.

The more time they spend together, the further Max falls. And when a kiss awakens a passion Fleur never imagined, she’s unable to resist Max, who she had thought was all wrong for her but might be the only thing that’s right. But will he stand by her when her secrets are revealed?

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French Kissed by Chanel Cleeton



I just finished French Kissed by Chanel Cleeton and I really enjoyed the story. This is the final book in her International School series and I am so sad to see it end. My review will be posted during the blog tour in December.
I love how this board depicts Fleur and Max’s love story. The series takes place in London and Paris. The city images also represent Fleur, she’s exotic and sophisticated. Her world is turned upside by the all-American guy, Max. The image of the baseball field represents Max but it is also special for this couple, but you have to read the book to find out! The quote I found is perfect for what Fleur has to overcome in this book.


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