I have read all of the "I heart ..." books and didn't hesitate to buy this one when it came out.
You need to have read the previous two in order to understand the characters, although there are small recaps, as this book builds on those characters.
I enjoyed this book as there was a continuation of the story from the previous books, and the fact that the ending was not quite what I expected it to be. I won't say any more as I don't want to spoil it. Another improvement in this book, over I heart Hollywood, is that there was far less product placement. I felt like the previous one had been sponsored by MAC and Marc Jacobs. Although the products are mentioned it's not nearly as much. I love Angela and all her friends and it's always so much fun to read about all her mishaps as they seem so genuine and real but also hilarious ... I could see myself in Angela.
The reason I have marked this book down a star is for two reasons. One was the typos in this book, as mentioned by another reviewer. I found this very frustrating as it took me away from the story and made me think who would publish a book with all these error. The second reason was I didn't feel the love for Paris. I felt that the descriptions were not quite enough and that Angela just fell into some of the bigger sights of Paris and not really explored them.
Overall I enjoyed this book and would recommend the series to my friends, although I would suggest to wait for a later publication of this book as they may have removed some of the errors (I hope). I also anticipate that there will be another book in the series but I would love to read something else by Lindsey Kelk as she has a real gift for funny chic lits.