P.S. I Still Love You

P.S. I Still Love You

Book - 2015
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"Lara Jean didn't expect to really fall for Peter. She and Peter were just pretending. Except suddenly they weren't. Now Lara Jean is more confused than ever. When another boy from her past returns to her life, Lara Jean's feelings for him return too. Can a girl be in love with two boys at once?"--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York :, Simon & Schuster BFYR,, [2015]
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9781442426733
144242673X
Characteristics: 337 pages
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I still don't get the hype around this series. It felt like not much happened in this book, and Lara Jean just feels so young for the age she's supposed to be. Will I read the third book? Yes, just because I need to know how the trilogy ends. Hopefully something more exciting happens in the next book.

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lissa_adamson
Jun 15, 2020

Don't let the rating fool you, I enjoyed this book, a lot. I'm hooked on Peter and Lara Jean, the fact is though getting into this book was a bit of a drudgery... And! I'm happy with the ending, meaning, I can most definitely end the series here and be no worse for wear. Will I read book 3? I'm not sure. That'll depend on my girl Jen.

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elisabeth_23
May 06, 2020

This is an awesome sequel! I enjoyed the dynamic between Peter and Lara Jean. It is also good to see some of the growth Lara Jean goes through.

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amm3607
Apr 27, 2020

Lara Jean is so relateable. I love this series!

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kwsmith
Mar 29, 2020

This is the sequel to the popular *To All the Boys I've Loved Before* teen romance novel and I didn't enjoy it as much as the first book. One thing that I did like, is that it digs into the difficult aftermath of the first book's world-wind romance. But, the book still keeps the overall tone light and fluffy.

JCLMegB Mar 26, 2020

Another installment of the love and life of high schooler Laura Jean Song Covey. A definite treat that you’ll want to savor and then finish off by watching the recently released Netflix movie!
I adore the way author Jenny Han captures LJ’s personality! The characters in this sequel are once again vivid, quirky, heartfelt and seriously like someone you could know. Kitty is still hilarious, Peter is still hunky and tethered to Gen, Josh is almost out of the picture, a few new characters are introduced and now there’s another guy pining for LJ’s attention.
The hot tub scandal hasn’t disappeared and one of LJ’s old letters comes back to create more chaos! Can LJ trust Peter as a boyfriend when manipulate, jealous Gen still has her tentacles firmly wrapped around Peter’s heart? Is Peter right for LJ or would someone she once wrote a love letter to be a better match? Will Kitty’s scheme for getting their widower dad to date again be an utter fiasco? Can LJ follow in her big sister’s footsteps and be an amazing volunteer at the local retirement home?
You’ll laugh-out-loud, you’ll feel all the feels, you might get choked-up at times and you’ll definitely want to read the 3rd book to find out what happens next to lovable Laura Jean.

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tinybookworm
Mar 10, 2020

Thoroughly enjoyed this second book in the series.

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sheenasoberano
Mar 09, 2020

In my opinion, the book definitely makes the movie a little more disappointing than when I only watched the movie before reading the book. The way the movie ended is so abrupt compared to the book and it makes you wonder why they didn't add in other details from the book into the movie. It would've made it much better. Overall, it was a good read that I completed in three (could've been two) nights and the interactions LJ has with both boys has me hooked on picking one or the other. Can't wait to read the last one!

VaughanPLKim Mar 07, 2020

In this sequel to "To All the Boys I've Loved Before," Lara Jean and Peter are now a couple, but his ex, Genevieve, keeps coming between them. Meanwhile, another of Lara Jean's past crushes shows up and seems to have feelings for her. Lara Jean's lack of dating experience causes her to feel insecure with Peter, and while she may not always handle things in the best way young readers can relate to her feelings.

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Dee_BPL
Oct 05, 2019

Book two of the To All The Boys I've Loved Before series finds Lara Jean and Peter together as a couple but Lara Jean has zero experience in dating and finds herself anxious and insecure in their relationship. What was once a fun and natural relationship now has her stomach in knots as she questions the meaning behind every text and interaction they share. The perfect follow up if you enjoyed the first book in this series.

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elisabeth_23
Apr 14, 2020

elisabeth_23 thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

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Puppylover60
Jul 02, 2016

'"Lara Jean you are in love with love," Margot sighs.'

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FandomQueen
Jan 09, 2016

“'He kisses like . . . like it could be his job.' Margot giggles and lifts the spoons off her eyes. 'Like a male prostitute?'"

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FandomQueen
Jan 09, 2016

“When you lose someone and it still hurts, that's when you know the love was real.”

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QnVz
Nov 12, 2015

"So much of love is chance. There's something scary and wonderful about that..."

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readingfairy
Feb 15, 2019

Sexual Content: This whole book is basically a conversation about sex.

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readingfairy
Feb 15, 2019

Coarse Language: Profane language is used throughout (not by the main character though), including the f-word.

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sheirapop1
Aug 08, 2015

A fun sequel To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. In this light and funny romance, Lara Jean must pick between her first boyfriend and a boy from her past.

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