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I See London (International School series Book 1) by [Cleeton, Chanel]
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Length: 319 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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A sassy, steamy and sometimes sweet read that had me racing to the next page to see if Samir would be on it. Mmm, Samir... - New York Times Bestselling author Chelsea M. Cameron

I See London is fun, sexy, and kept me completely absorbed. - Katie McGarry, author of Crash Into You

Lots of drama. Lots of partying. And just a little bit of studying. Guess what? It's New Adult at its finest. - T's Bookish Moments of Escape

Holy smokes, this book was very addicting. I loved everything about this book, from the beautiful cities of London, Paris and Italy that Maggie gets to see, to the swoon worthy guys that have captured her attention, jealousy, secrets, and of course the sizzling romantic chemistry. - Jess Time to Read

I read a lot of books, and I've read a lot of New Adult books that blend together, but weeks after reading it, I can still remember I See London vividly. - Ashley, Book Labyrinth

I was absolutely addicted to these characters, the setting and the intensity of the chemistry between Maggie and Samir. - Kimberly Faye Reads

I absolutely loved this book! It was different enough from others in its genre that it set itself apart from the beginning and it kept getting better as it went along. - Margay Roberge, examiner.com

What this story does best is the main character, Maggie. She is one of the best written NA characters I've ever read. - Tea Party Princess 

I was in awe, I was hooked, I was mesmerized- I couldn't get Samir out of my mind!!! - Book Freak

I See London is by far my favorite New Adult novel I have read so far. - Lost in Believing

It's a fast, fun read for NA fans featuring an international setting, diverse and interesting characters, and sharp writing. - The Reading Date

Product Details

  • File Size: 1371 KB
  • Print Length: 319 pages
  • Publisher: HQN Books (February 3, 2014)
  • Publication Date: February 3, 2014
  • Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FNJVRYQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #365,859 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I bought this book when it was on sale back in June along with the sequel. Here is my honest review.

I was hoping for this book to be like Anna and the French Kiss (which I enjoyed - only I didn't love it like most of the world). However, this came nowhere close. For me, the writing was sub-par and the characters were shallow and unlikeable. I ended up not finishing this book. To be honest, I skimmed much of the last half of this book. If it had been a print book rather than an ebook, I would've just flipped to the last few pages, something I haven't done since I was in middle school. Take this with a grain of salt -- I'm sure there are many readers that will enjoy this story. I also picked up the sequel but didn't even open it.
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Unfortunately this book was not my favorite. In fact I wasn't all that much of a fan of it at all which totally depresses me because I loved Chanel Cleeton's other series. I See London just fell flat for me. There really wasn't any sizzle and honestly the characters pretty much annoyed me, especially Maggie. The characters just came off as immature to me and towards the end I didn't really much care about them or what was happening. Not sure if I'll sure if I want to continue on at this point. If anything, I'll wait until the books go on sale and purchase then.
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I haven’t really read any new adult in a long time, so this was a good change from everything else I’ve had on my plate lately. And while I liked it overall and think it’s a decent addition to the genre, I shouldn’t in the future read anything for a while after finishing a Susan Elizabeth Phillips book. While the latter may always have faults, everything else kind of more or less pales in comparison.

Anyway, back to this story and the aspects I liked:

The international setting and multicultural characters were different and out of the usual “comfort zone” I’ve come across a lot in new adult.

I thought the chemistry between Maggie and Samir was not maybe exactly explosive, but it was definitely such a slow burn that it made me basically long for the scrapes of moments they were together. And each and every one of those moments had me on the edge of my seat, they were the worst kind of teases, but then again, I like tension, development and the wait, if it’s worth it in the end. I’m really starting to get fed up with new adult where the main couple meet and more or less are joined by the hip from then on and are pretty sure that it’s big love (even though most of the time I don’t really understand what exactly makes him or her so irresistibly awesome to fall in love from first glance… or the second).

I liked the ending, it was somewhat of an open ending, but there wasn’t much to speculate on how things stood. So, I don’t think it’s completely necessary to read the second book, but I will do it anyway so it doesn’t matter.

And, the things I didn’t enjoy:

Hugh, oh my god, what a bore. Plus, the supposed romance between him and Maggie was an even worse bore. There was no excitement, no anticipation, no attraction, ….
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I promised my kids four years of college at the school of their choice. I put myself through school, which those of you who have done so know is an entirely different situation. I wanted my kids to have that chance to grow and change into the adults they wanted to become. Maggie did not have that. Her father was a fighter pilot and her mother dropped her off at ballet when she was young and never picked her up leaving full custody to a father who did not want it either. She grew up in South Carolina with her father's parents and did not do parties or slacking off because the only way out was through a scholarship. Her dream was to be accepted at Harvard. When that thin envelope came, she had to find another dream fast. She won a scholarship to the International School in London.

The thing about being the scholarship kid in a school of kids from rich families is that blowing off grades for parties is not a risk you can take. Having to borrow dresses that do not fit so you won't stand out and not having anyone to teach you how to put yourself together goes hand in hand with accepting charity from friends to be able to take trips. Maggie is a virgin. It is not a religious thing, it is an I do not want to be working in a clothing store in South Carolina thing. It is also a romantic thing: wanting a real boyfriend who takes you out on dates and is there for you vs. a hookup. Maggie meets two guys who float her boat: One is a bar owner who is older and another goes to school with her, is a cousin to her room mate and goes through women like TP. It is a small school and they keep hitting sparks off each other, but Maggie does not want to be just another one of his hookups. Plus Samar is half French, half Lebanese and destined for an arranged marriage.
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I See London by Chanel Cleeton is a light-hearted, new adult, contemporary romance with a mostly happily ever after ending and a slight love-triangle situation going on.
Of course, the story can't be finished here, I fully expect more from this couple and hopefully soon.

The main character, Maggie Carpenter, has found her dream guy in Hugh. He's around eight years her senior, but he's everything she's always wanted. Then there's Samir...The complete opposite of everything she's always wanted and he won't get out of her head. There's something about Samir that is calling all her "perfect guy" requirements into question.

There are moments throughout where the sexual tansion between Maggie and Samir are off the charts and it is hard to believe either one can resist, but they do. Maggie sees Samir as a player and won't risk her heart with him.

There were a couple of times I wanted to slap Maggie upside the head and say "Really? What are you thinking?" but I always see it as a plus for the writing quality if I try to interact with imaginary characters.
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