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 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?
Sissy: At 83 pages, Kisses on a Paper Airplane is a very quick but utterly delightful read. I think meeting and having a whirlwind romance with a cute pop star in an airport when I was x amount of years younger would have been right at the top of my fabulous fantasies list.
Bubby: David Cassidy? John Travolta? Davy Jones from the Monkees? Andy Gibb? No, wait, I know–it’s that ginger from the Partridge family!
Sissy: The first three are before my time and the last one, Danny Bonaduce,–just EW!!! Andy Gibb, however is EXACTLY the British pop star my younger self would have been thrilled to encounter via the friendly skies. And btw, the fact that you are cognizant of all those now elderly or dead former teen heart throbs dates you as well as me. So there. The sweetest thing about the story, although it has been done before, is the fact that Hannah doesn’t initially recognize Theo and thus gives him the rare experience of an honest conversation and relationship.
Bubby: It must be hard for celebrities to know if people like them for themselves or for their fame, fortune, and status. I fell completely in love with both the characters as well as Hannah’s mom and new stepdad. And in case you were wondering, back in the day I would have chosen to meet Jon Bon Jovi or Simon Le Bon.
Sissy: Jon Bon Jovi is still cute. Just sayin’. Hannah is slightly naive, but it works so well in this story. Kisses on a Paper airplane is lovely and, as a matter of fact, perfect as an in-flight read!
Bubby: My only complaint with Kisses on a Paper Airplane is that I wished it was 283 pages instead of 83. Be sure to enter the giveaway below for a $25 Amazon gift card!
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