Hi friends, happy Thursday! I hope you are doing well. Today I’m going to be posting my review of the second novel in Jenny Han’s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before trilogy, P.S. I Still Love You.
You can read my review of the first book: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before
P.S. I Still Love You by: Jenny Han: Lara Jean and Peter were fake dating – until they weren’t. Now that they are really dating, Lara Jean has to figure out how to be in a real relationship, something she learns is harder than she thought. Throw into the mix a boy from her past and a love triangle starts to brew. Lara Jean must now face her feelings and decide who she loves. This novel was just as cute, funny and heartwarming as the first. There was no case of second book syndrome here; everything in this novel felt like it had a purpose. The plots were so good, each one rolling into each other; even the secondary plots with Kitty, their father and the neighbour were so cute and fun to read. The plots with Lara Jean and her friends felt so true, raw and real. In this novel the reader can see Lara Jean growing up and growing into herself. There were a lot of characters who grew and developed over the course of this novel and the reader enjoyed being a part of it. The addition of new characters also brought new life to this story and really spiced things up. Just when the reader was starting to pull away from the story, Han would bring her readers back in with swoon-worthy plots and the reader would fall back in love with the characters. Han has this way of creating a world that is layered; she’s got hard-hitting plots under the fluffy cuteness and it gets the reader every time. This was a wonderful addition to Lara Jean’s story and the reader can’t wait to dive into the last novel in the trilogy.