Lara Jean Song Covey wrote one her "famous" love letters to Peter Kavinsky, a popular boy at school. When she went to deliver it, she changed her mind, but Peter found and read the letter. The two exchange a kiss and become a "real couple." The two previously had a fake relationship (complete with rules), but this is supposed to be different. Except Peter's ex-girlfriend Genieve keeps coming into the picture. Then John Ambrose, former crush and also a recipient of one of Lara Jean's letters, comes back into town. Lara Jean's feelings resurface, and so do past conflicts. Will Lara Jean and Peter be able to get through this.
Teen Student Reader (16):
I like the story line and the realistic situations. This is a sequel to To All the Boys I've Loved Before, and there is an interesting internal conflict between the core characters that draws you in and keeps you on your toes.
Whether you want to swoon over Peter or see yourself (or your peers) in a book that "gets you," this light-hearted romance is and enjoyable read.
There is profanity and sexual content.
This is the second book in the realistic fiction novel set in high school.
This book is meant to be read for fun, but could become a catalyst for discussions about relationships, assumptions, and being yourself.
14 and Up
15 and Up
Teen Student Volunteer. Reviewer Age: 16
Buy. It is a great book and a continuation of the book To All the Boys I've Loved Before.
|Title||P.S. I Still Love You|
To All the Boys I've Loved Before, Book 2
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, Imprint Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing © 2017 (Reprint Edition)|
|Genres||Emotions and Feelings, Coming of Age, Romance|
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|Publisher||Simon Pulse, Imprint Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing © 2013|