Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Age Recommended: 14 and up
This was my favorite book out of the trilogy just because it was a lot more relatable than the other two and also provided a nice wrap-up to the story in a way that was both unique and satisfying.
Lara Jean and Peter are ready to take the next big step in life… college applications!
Spring is fast approaching and it brings with it the infamous college acceptance letters and relationship breakups as people realize that they’ll be on opposite coasts. People that aren’t Lara Jean and Peter, of course. Peter’s already gotten recruited for lacrosse to the University of Virginia and Lara Jean is sure that she’ll get accepted there as well.
But when she doesn’t even make the wait list, Lara Jean is devastated and forced to rethink her future. She decides to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill instead, which is a campus that she fell in love with despite its distance from UVA.
However, Peter decides that he wants to be closer to Lara Jean and plans on transferring to UNC; his mother takes it upon herself to ask Lara Jean to break up with him so that he can pursue his dreams at UVA. Lara Jean also remembers an important piece of advice her mother gave her:
Never take a boyfriend to college.
If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: Always and Forever, Lara Jean (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before)
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