Isla and the Happily Ever After is the third book in the series I’ve been reading by Perkins. As with Anna, Isla is a young girl attending boarding school in Paris, and predictably, this is a YA romance. (I’ve been really into these lately.)
Isla has a best friend Kurt, whom she grew up with and spends virtually all of her time with. She’s had a crush on Josh forever, but focused on school instead as she is socially anxious and didn’t think he’d be into her. Basically, relationships have to be negotiated and renegotiated to make room for more people in her life, but she falls deeply in love with Josh and wants it to work out.
There weren’t a whole lot of remarkable things to say about this story, but I enjoyed it. Sometimes simplicity and predictability are comforting and exactly what you need. If that’s what you’re looking for, definitely read this series!