Jenny Han’s second book about Lara Jean and Peter from To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, continued into P.S. I Still Love You. I have to say my favorite part of this entire book was the ending, what an awesome view of first love. So Lara Jean and Peter decide to have a real relationship instead of a fake one, like in the first book, but Peter keeps spending a lot of time with his ex-girlfriend, Genevieve, and says they are just friends. Then out of nowhere, the last boy of the five who got letters, John, shows up with Lara Jean’s letter which was finally delivered, complicating everything. Lara Jean and Peter have some serious trust issues going on throughout the book.

On top of all of this, there is some intense internet bullying. I really liked how Han handled this aspect of the story. It was realistic and painful and changed how people looked at Lara Jean. The Song sister relationship is strong as ever, with Kitty still a firecracker. Most importantly though, Lara Jean has grown so much, and realized her own self-worth