Lara Jean is having the best senior year.And theres still so much to look forward to: a class trip to New York City, prom with her boyfriend Peter, Beach Week after graduation, and her dads wedding to Ms. Rothschild. Then shell be off to college with Peter, at a school close enough for her to come home and bake chocolate chip cookies on the weekends.Life couldnt be more perf...
|Title||:||Always and Forever, Lara Jean|
|Number of Pages||:||325 pages|
Always and Forever, Lara Jean Reviews
I'm not sure if this one or To All the Boys I've Loved Before is my favorite in the series, but I am sure that I love it. I love how it handles the stress and uncertainty surrounding graduating high school and starting college. I love how it handles changing family dynamics. And I love how much Lara Jean has matured throughout the series while also remaining her sweet self.
Now I just need one last book following 20-something Lara Jean trying to find her place in the world after college graduati ...more
No puedo con este libro, fue demasiaaado adorable ❤. ...more
What I want from this book:
-More Song/Covey sisters cuteness and family moments
-Lara and Peter navigating a healthy relationship
-Lara Jean being her adorable endearing self
-John Ambrose McLaren finding a nice girl that is not Lara Jean
What I don't need:
-John Ambrose inserting himself back into an already resolved love triangle
“Is this how it goes? You fall in love, and nothing seems truly scary anymore, and life is one big possibility?”
I CANNOT CONTAIN MY FEELS!
This conclusion of To All the Boys I've Loved Before trilogy was truly superb. It's THE PERFECT ending that I've been looking for. I hated Peter Kavinsky in P.S. I Still Love You but this book took all my rage away. Why? Because Jenny Han redeemed his character and it was all it took to make me swoon over him again.
I rarely en ...more
3/5 Stars ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
“Never say no when you really want to say yes.”
This was such a weak ending to a trilogy. As I said in my previous review, this book shouldn't exist. This series could easily be a duology and it would be a strong one. The last two books had nothing to offer plot-wise. Especially this one. This book entailed NO PLOT. I swear to God! NOTHING HAPPENED IN THIS BOOK. 325 pages of cutsy moments, mommy and daddy, domestic life and food! Ugh the food! It was more present than ever in this ...more
Jenny Han your writing is creepily brilliant, I know these books will stick with me. All three of them feel evergreen, they will last in my heart forever. I had the best time reading this trilogy and as always am inevitably sad to have seen this book end.
I understand Lara Jean’s concept of writing the letters. I don’t think they remove her feelings for the boys but sorts her feelings out. I think all of do this in some way or another, the best example to prove it is that we all feel free of the ...more
I JUST LOVE LARA JEAN AND PETER SO MUCH. I'M CRYING BUT I'M FINE I SWEAR.
UPDATE, SEPTEMBER 21ST:
More Lara Jean and Peter K., please! =)