Kisses on a Paper Airplane by Sarah Vance-Tompkins

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Hannah is a student studying theater abroad in London when she is called home for her mother’s impromptu wedding. Flying first class for the first time ever and a very nervous flyer, Hannah is befriended by a handsome boy who goes by T. He’s vaguely familiar to her but she doesn’t realize until hours later that he is Theo, the handsome member of a very popular band from England. Flirting ensues followed by a misunderstanding that threatens to destroy the attraction, which Hannah was hoping would be her first kiss, and she has very definite expectations about.

This is a classic YA story where boy meets girl, girl messes up, girl and boy make up and they find love. This is a very short book that reads very quickly and easily. I would have liked to have seen more interaction between Hannah and Theo on the plane from London to New York to build the attraction up on a further and a deeper level. Overall, a good summer love story.

7 thoughts on “Kisses on a Paper Airplane by Sarah Vance-Tompkins”

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