• The Party

  • London Prep, Book 5
  • By: Jillian Dodd
  • Narrated by: Moriah Martel
  • Length: 11 hrs and 22 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (38 ratings)

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By: Jillian Dodd
Narrated by: Moriah Martel
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It’s my first week as an official student at Kensington School, and things couldn’t be more chaotic. I’m living in a hotel, trying to recover from the news of my parents’ move to London, and working to make things right with Harry, Noah, and Mohammad. 

Mohammad says I’m back in the boys’ club.

Harry tells me that he wants me back in his life.

And Noah, well, he’s always been complicated. 

But after a too-generous gift from Harry and a heated moment with Noah on my birthday, things seem to change. Noah is flirting with me again, and Harry shows me he’s serious about us being friends when he asks me to be his date to his parents’ party. Everything feels like it’s back to normal - until the party.

Because Mohammad somehow ends up with two dates.

Harry asks me to pretend to be his girlfriend for the night.

And Noah tells me he likes me. A lot. 

In the midst of meeting Harry’s parents and helping Mohammad navigate a potential disaster with Naomi, Noah says that I need to show him how I feel. But what he’s really asking for is for me to make a choice. Him or Harry.

©2021 Jillian Dodd (P)2021 Jillian Dodd

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Great Read

The Party (London Prep #5) was a great read by Jillian Dodd. This is the first week that Mallory is an official student at Kensington School. She is currently living in a hotel until her parents move to London, and working to make things right with Harry, Noah, and Mohammad. Noah is still very complicated, Mohammad say’s she is back in the boys club, and Harry says he wants her back in his life. Unfortunately things seem to have changed between them all. They party seems to make everything even more complicated for them. I enjoyed reading this book and cant wait to read more by the author.

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Not in America

Still very disappointed they did not get someone with a British accent to narrate this book. There is only 1 character with an American accent yet the book is read that way. Very distracting from the story

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Noah finally makes a move

Finally after three books Noah Williams finally tells Mallory how he feels and she stops being afraid to,show her heart to,him. I absolutely love them together and can’t wait to see how their relationship progresses. I adore Mohammad he is one of my favorite characters and I adore Mia and the friendship,that she has with Mallory. Love Noah’s parents and can’t wait to really meet Mallory’s parents in the next book. Jillian Dodd has me hooked with this series. For anyone who,has never read any of,her series I would defined recommend them I have loved every book.

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love this series

I love this book. But I wish the different characters had their accents. like in the books.

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Needs to have different person to read the book.

If you have read all the books of London Prep, you will know that the main character is from New York who goes to London for school.

The person who is reading this book clearly American and read ALL the characters as if they live in LA. So it’s missing the feel and the authenticity of the story.

If you have read Jillian Dodd’s books in the past, you will still get the butterflies when you read/hear it in this book.

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I'm going to London with Mallory James!

London Prep is my FAVORITE series and I love it even more with each re-read and each new book.

This is a dynamic series so if you haven't met Mal and the boys yet, start with "The Exchange" (London Prep Book 1).
NOTE: This review contains spoilers for other books in the series.

After Mallory realizes that she is staying in London, she has to repair her relationships with each of her three boys.

"The Party" picks up on the Thursday morning of Mal's fourth week in London (the day after her birthday) and finishes early afternoon on Saturday. It ends with more of a "To Be Continued..." vibe than the epic cliffhangers that the other books have. My heart is so full after finishing this book. Mal's story continues to unfold beautifully and I'm falling more and more in love with each of the main characters.

"The Party" was not quite as anxiety-inducing as "The Key" but still has all of the emotions we've come to expect from Mal, Harry, Noah, and Mohammad. I can't wait to see what happens at "The Country House" (London Prep, #6)!

As a self-proclaimed member of the Noah Williams Fan Club, I am honored to have received an ARC copy of this book in return for an honest review. I also purchased Kindle and Audible copies of this book and all of the other books in this series.

I'm an audiobook lover and really enjoyed this series in audio. Moriah Martel is the perfect voice for Mallory.