P.S. I still love you By: Jenny Han/ Book Review


Lara Jean didn’t expect to really fall for Peter. She and Peter were just pretending. Except suddenly they weren’t. Now Lara Jean is more confused than ever. When another boy from her past returns to her life, Lara Jean feelings for him return too. Can a girl be in love with two boys at once?

arrows1-e1451904359187If you haven’t read To All the Boys I loved before, please do so, before you read this review so you won’t get any spoilers I have a full review on book one here on my blog.

I absolutely love these books it had me hooked since book one! Lara Jean wasn’t sure where this pretend relationship would go with Peter, but they fell for each other and started dating for real. But it does come with some trust issues, and a few bumps, when a video of them goes viral on the internet although they aren’t doing anything wrong but kissing, but to everyone else it seems like more and now the world and anyone can see it. First the letters get sent out, now this! They have no clue who could have done such a thing? There relationship gets tested when Gen Peter’s ex won’t leave him alone, and he always keeps going to her whenever she needs him! Maybe there is still something there between them! And why is he so secretive whenever Lara Jean asks what is going on! Then John Amborse McClaren comes back into the picture and Lara Jean remembers all the feelings she once had for him, the more they hang out! Jenny Han has done is again the way she writes just draws you right in and makes you fall in love with these characters! Not sure yet if I’m Team Peter or Team John!



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