The third and final book in the To All The Boys I've Loved Before series.

Lara Jean is having an amazing senior year. Her Dad is getting remarried, her sister Margot is coming home for the summer, and her and Peter are head over heals in love with each other. Unfortunately for Lara Jean, change is on the horizon. While keeping herself busy helping to plan her Dad's wedding, Lara Jean can't ignore the big changes coming in her future. After watching her sister Margot navigate these decisions previously, Lara Jean now understands what her sister went through. With graduation looming, Lara Jean will be leaving for college and leaving behind her family and possibly the boy she loves. Why can't anything ever be simple?

I adored this book.

I was apprehensive about this book, I loved how the second book ended and was more than happy for this to be a duology instead of a trilogy. So I went into Always and Forever somewhat reluctantly. As it turns out, my fears were completely unfounded, I absolutely loved this book. In fact I completely loved the whole trilogy.

Jenny Han has done an amazing job with these books, especially with the characters. Her ability to grow and nurture these amazing characters so that their journeys feel authentic is a beautiful thing to experience.

I loved that the writing and voice of this book was older and stronger than its predecessors. The writing has matured as Lara Jean has and this has made for a really wonderful reading experience.

Always And Forever Lara Jean by Jenny Han is a beautiful book and a fitting conclusion to an amazing series.