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Determined to escape a failed pop career and focus on her classical training, Maude Laurent moves back to France and enrolls at the prestigious National Academy of Arts. Between balls, concerts, and navigating in the French elite, Maude has to prove she’s cut out to become a professional opera singer in a world where pop music is regarded with disdain. Though she fights it Determined to escape a failed pop career and focus on her classical training, Maude Laurent moves back to France and enrolls at the prestigious National Academy of Arts. Between balls, concerts, and navigating in the French elite, Maude has to prove she’s cut out to become a professional opera singer in a world where pop music is regarded with disdain. Though she fights it, her past catches up with her when she meets an English teacher who takes her down an unusual musical journey where the risk is great and the reward uncertain and forces her to see a world beyond the safety of the Academy. When a chain of events bring her and Matt back in the same town, Maude will learn that music can bring people closer or tear them apart forever.


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Determined to escape a failed pop career and focus on her classical training, Maude Laurent moves back to France and enrolls at the prestigious National Academy of Arts. Between balls, concerts, and navigating in the French elite, Maude has to prove she’s cut out to become a professional opera singer in a world where pop music is regarded with disdain. Though she fights it Determined to escape a failed pop career and focus on her classical training, Maude Laurent moves back to France and enrolls at the prestigious National Academy of Arts. Between balls, concerts, and navigating in the French elite, Maude has to prove she’s cut out to become a professional opera singer in a world where pop music is regarded with disdain. Though she fights it, her past catches up with her when she meets an English teacher who takes her down an unusual musical journey where the risk is great and the reward uncertain and forces her to see a world beyond the safety of the Academy. When a chain of events bring her and Matt back in the same town, Maude will learn that music can bring people closer or tear them apart forever.

30 review for A French Princess in Versailles

  1. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Having first come across Anna Adams on Wattpad I have thoroughly enjoyed reading her published work. After reading the first two books in this series I was really looking forward to the third instalment and it hasn't disappointed. In this book we see Maude develop further as an individual as she moves to a new school. This move sees new friends also opens Maude up to enable her to realise her feelings towards both music and people and pursue these feelings. I loved reading about this latest journe Having first come across Anna Adams on Wattpad I have thoroughly enjoyed reading her published work. After reading the first two books in this series I was really looking forward to the third instalment and it hasn't disappointed. In this book we see Maude develop further as an individual as she moves to a new school. This move sees new friends also opens Maude up to enable her to realise her feelings towards both music and people and pursue these feelings. I loved reading about this latest journey of Maude’s and enjoyed seeing both the good and the bad changes in Matt and Maude’s friendship. I can’t wait for the fourth book to come out to read about where Maude’s journey takes her next.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ilonabooks

    So Addicting! I want to know what happens with Matt And Maude! Hurry with the next book!!!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ava

    This is my favorite book in the series (so far)! The ending made my heart melt and I immediately started reading the next one. *SPOILERS* I am not too thrilled about Maude going back to New York since her classical career just started, but it’s exciting to see what will happen in New York. Maude’s mother, Danielle Laurent, did remind me of Maude in some situations. It’s funny how Danielle hated her (later in life) husband when she first met him,but later went on to be married. This reminds me of This is my favorite book in the series (so far)! The ending made my heart melt and I immediately started reading the next one. *SPOILERS* I am not too thrilled about Maude going back to New York since her classical career just started, but it’s exciting to see what will happen in New York. Maude’s mother, Danielle Laurent, did remind me of Maude in some situations. It’s funny how Danielle hated her (later in life) husband when she first met him,but later went on to be married. This reminds me of when Maude first met Matt and she absolutely despised of him. Now they are both in love! I’m beyond excited to keep reading and find out what happens next on Maude’s journey!!🌟

  4. 5 out of 5

    Keara Brown

    Maude goes back to Paris to The Academy of Art to learn to be an opera singer. When Maude gets there her roommates are horribly rude to her. Maude thought they were playing pranks on her but when they told her who was actually was pranking her she was surprised. Maude's roommates who rude to her became great friends. Maude was embarrassed by her teachers because she didn't know anything they expected from her. At the end of the year Maude was in the top three best opera singers. I would recommend Maude goes back to Paris to The Academy of Art to learn to be an opera singer. When Maude gets there her roommates are horribly rude to her. Maude thought they were playing pranks on her but when they told her who was actually was pranking her she was surprised. Maude's roommates who rude to her became great friends. Maude was embarrassed by her teachers because she didn't know anything they expected from her. At the end of the year Maude was in the top three best opera singers. I would recommend this book to my friends who are interested in musical books.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Greyce

    I love all Anna's books but I think Anna rushed through the end of the third book. It should have summed every thing up in the end if not every thing at least some things. Also, in every chapter their seems to be a new problem Maude has to face! It's a little hard to keep track of it all... Other than that I loved the book!!! I love all Anna's books but I think Anna rushed through the end of the third book. It should have summed every thing up in the end if not every thing at least some things. Also, in every chapter their seems to be a new problem Maude has to face! It's a little hard to keep track of it all... Other than that I loved the book!!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Claudia

    This is one of my favorite books. It's amazing, I loved it This is one of my favorite books. It's amazing, I loved it

  7. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    Loving this series! It's so cute. I'm still a little bit upset about Maude's attitude but I'm glad that she's growing. I missed the Baldwins, though. I hope they show up more in the next book! Loving this series! It's so cute. I'm still a little bit upset about Maude's attitude but I'm glad that she's growing. I missed the Baldwins, though. I hope they show up more in the next book!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Maude has gone back to Paris (Versailles, to be exact) to a famous opera school. After all the scandal that affected her pop career, she's decided to concentrate on opera. Of course, there is as much backbiting and 'pranking' in this school as in any other school full of ambitious teenagers. As she works toward her audition for the Paris opera, she fights off several girls who want to get rid of her. Pretty much on a par with the previous two books, except this is an opera milieu in France, inst Maude has gone back to Paris (Versailles, to be exact) to a famous opera school. After all the scandal that affected her pop career, she's decided to concentrate on opera. Of course, there is as much backbiting and 'pranking' in this school as in any other school full of ambitious teenagers. As she works toward her audition for the Paris opera, she fights off several girls who want to get rid of her. Pretty much on a par with the previous two books, except this is an opera milieu in France, instead of the pop scene in New York.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Gw

    AWESOME!!!! I would definitely recommend this book to anybody, and the story line, plot, and twists are AMAZING!!! This book has so many things going on all at the same time, but it is one of the best books i have read in my whole life!!!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tazz

    Totally love this book, it was capturing and very well written I love how Maude is growing through her character and how she explores her inner strength and how she is always to come out stronger thorough each of her adventures ...

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sanika

    This one was a mixed bag - somewhat High School Musical and somewhat Freedom Writers . It was readable.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Nikki Flynn

    This is my favorite in the series so far! I am flying through this series!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Maya Lopez

    This book is amazing.If you love music you should read this book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kim Feuchter

    An enjoyable read. It was nice to get out of New York this time!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    This is such a twist from the previous books!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Melancholic Blithe ⚡

    I would heartily give it 10 or more stars. I loved it, I lived it and I am pretty sure I couldn't love less this French Girl series! I would heartily give it 10 or more stars. I loved it, I lived it and I am pretty sure I couldn't love less this French Girl series!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Grace

    Review Posted @ She Reads Things http://shereadsthings.blogspot.com/20... In this third book of The French Girl series, A French Princess in Versailles, Maude's journey is further documented. After the second book, A French Star in New York, it is unknown what Maude decides to do. In this part of the series, we learn that she decides to go back to France and attend the best school for arts and music in the country. But of course, where she goes, chaos, scandal, heartbreak, and romance follow. Maude Review Posted @ She Reads Things http://shereadsthings.blogspot.com/20... In this third book of The French Girl series, A French Princess in Versailles, Maude's journey is further documented. After the second book, A French Star in New York, it is unknown what Maude decides to do. In this part of the series, we learn that she decides to go back to France and attend the best school for arts and music in the country. But of course, where she goes, chaos, scandal, heartbreak, and romance follow. Maude remains innocent, passionate, and lovable. I love that so far, through the three books out of four, Maude's personality and character remains somewhat the same. Sure, she matures and develops, but her overall authenticity, spunk, and kindness remain a comforting constant as turmoil, drama, and scandal break out in her surroundings. Maude is able to go through challenges and go after her dreams. Her hard work is depicted clearly and it's nice to see her hard work pay off. As the book progresses, so does she, and it's all very wonderful. Plus, this book takes place mainly in Europe, and the detail is described so beautifully. I'm also very happy to say that Matt has a huge role in A Princess in Versailles. Matt and Maude are together a lot, and every single time they were together (which I must say again, was a lot), I got the smilesies (a very happy symptom to have, which causes one to smile uncontrollably). They're just such a good pair. They push each other personally and professionally, and I think that is what makes them one of the best dynamic duos ever... at least in contemporary YA. It does get a bit odd at some points, though, with details that I felt didn't have to be there. For example, many things that happened with pranks and friends seemed a bit too much, and there was some tragedy involving children and teachers (not as major as you'd be thinking, but still, pretty big of an event... which I won't spoil, of course) that I felt was just thrown into the mix. However, all of this was so minor that it didn't bug me that much. It really didn't stray away from the actual story, and because of that, those oddities were easily forgiven and forgotten. Of course, like the two books before, A French Princess in Versailles ends in a way that leaves readers, like me, wanting more. However, this time, it ends on a peaceful note. There is obviously more waiting, but it's nothing urgent. It's just a go-with-the-flow kind of setting, and I love it so very much. And once again, and for the last time for this series, I will say, please stay tuned for the review of the next (and final... *cue the tears*) book of The French Girl series. Grace @ She Reads Things :)

  18. 4 out of 5

    imashamedofmyoldreviews

    3.5 stars Boy, should this series be converted to a TV show. I had read the second book when I was just starting out with YA and thought maybe I'd exaggerated how much I had enjoyed it. Definitely not! It was a breath of fresh air- I finished it in 1 and a half days. And oh oh oh! (view spoiler)[ Matt and Maude are FINALLY together! How I have waited for this day. (hide spoiler)] 3.5 stars Boy, should this series be converted to a TV show. I had read the second book when I was just starting out with YA and thought maybe I'd exaggerated how much I had enjoyed it. Definitely not! It was a breath of fresh air- I finished it in 1 and a half days. And oh oh oh! (view spoiler)[ Matt and Maude are FINALLY together! How I have waited for this day. (hide spoiler)]

  19. 5 out of 5

    Dona

    I really love the French Girl series! The story is simple but sweet, and it hooks you right in. Maude is a great main character; passionate and determined, even if slightly arrogant- but it all works. You can't help wanting her to be happy. I loved the settings, and Maude's different adventures throughout the series so far. I really hope these come out in paperback:) I really love the French Girl series! The story is simple but sweet, and it hooks you right in. Maude is a great main character; passionate and determined, even if slightly arrogant- but it all works. You can't help wanting her to be happy. I loved the settings, and Maude's different adventures throughout the series so far. I really hope these come out in paperback:)

  20. 5 out of 5

    Claudia

    Everything is just perfect! I am enjoying the story so much. Thank you Anna Adams!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Dawidowski

    I read this just after being to Versailles, so it was fun to think I was somehow involved in the storyline - it's nice to go to the places in books I read this just after being to Versailles, so it was fun to think I was somehow involved in the storyline - it's nice to go to the places in books

  22. 4 out of 5

    Renata SG

    ALL I CAN SAY IS I CANT WAIT FOR BOOK #4

  23. 4 out of 5

    Zoe

    a great book but a bit hard to get into and not as good as the other books in the series

  24. 4 out of 5

    Emily panniers

    No words.... I have been addicted to this series and I know you will love it! Why are you still here!?! Go and get this book!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Yes! Yes! Maude and Matt were stuck together over night!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Noor

    Totally loved it can't wait to start the forth book Totally loved it can't wait to start the forth book

  27. 5 out of 5

    Tamara Odrick

    Best series I've ever read!!!! I loved each and every one of the books. I can't wait to read the last one. Yayyyyyyyyy Best series I've ever read!!!! I loved each and every one of the books. I can't wait to read the last one. Yayyyyyyyyy

  28. 4 out of 5

    Rodine

  29. 4 out of 5

    Paul Twyman

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sravya KV

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