Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Age Recommended: 15 and up
This is the sequel of “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before”, and to be completely honest, it did not disappoint. The characters were just as refreshing as always and the story was realistic, which is a lot more than I can say for common chick-lits where the climax is an all-American boyfriend revealing himself as a Russian spy. I also really enjoyed how the character development in the story wasn’t rushed and I’m really looking forward to reading the third book in this series.
Lara Jean can’t decide what to do with herself. She is unabashedly and unequivocally in love with Peter Kavinsky: the same boy who breaks her heart every time she sees him. After the disastrous ski trip, where a video of the two of them in a hot tub was released, Lara Jean can’t bear to face the world, much less the boy who didn’t stand up for her in the face of the rumour mill.
Peter and Lara finally decide to give their relationship a second try, but as the hot tub video keeps circulating throughout the school, the double standards between teenage boys and girls become clear, and Lara Jean feels like she is too vulnerable when with Peter. At this same time, John, a boy who received one of Lara Jean’s love letters, replies to her, and the two of them start communicating via mail. Lara Jean finds herself turning towards John for support as Peter seems to be spending more time with his ex-girlfriend, but can’t bring herself to break up with Peter.
When confronted with the reality of her life, what path does Lara Jean choose?
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