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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?In this charming and heartfelt sequel to the New York Times bestseller To All theLara 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?In this charming and heartfelt sequel to the New York Times bestseller To All the Boys I've Loved Before, we see first love through the eyes of the unforgettable Lara Jean. Love is never easy, but maybe that’s part of what makes it so amazing....

Title : P.S. I Still Love You
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ISBN : 9781442426733
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 337 Pages
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P.S. I Still Love You Reviews

  • fyt
    2019-05-18 11:32

    So I am done reading and I don't know what to feel...Spoiler under the cut!!!(view spoiler)[Seeing my Lara Jean and Peter K together after all this time...Lara Jean being the 16 year old that she iscaring way too much about her being labeled 'Slut' by everyone...Lara Jean coming to a conclusion on her thoughts on love...Kitty being all sorts of amazing...Peter and Gen constantly being seen together...Lara Jean and JOHN what's-his-name-the-third...The stupid arguments... the love square... the unnecessary drama... And when your ship decides to be a "roller coaster couple"...That being said, all these twisted plots did not make me love the book any less. (Thank god) The realistic aspect of this book clutched me by the heart. I am just really glad that there are no family drama for once. Or I would have screamed bloody murder.Well, that is all I can gif out of me. Dear Jenny Han, remember what you did to 'The Summer I Turned Pretty' trilogy? Remember that almost enough epilogue? With all due respect, I think we deserve the same for this series, no? "People come in and out of your life. For a time they are your world; they are everything. And then one day they're not." - Lara Jean**My review on the third book -** (hide spoiler)]-----------------------------------------------THE DAY HAS COME 26/5/15-----------------------------------------------You're kidding right? 2015?! How do you expect me to wait that long for my Lara Jean & Peter K action?! I can't even...["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Christine Riccio
    2019-06-03 14:55

    SO SO ADORABLE - LOVED IT!! Here's my booktalk:

  • Jennifer
    2019-06-09 14:55

    Urg!!! I don't know what to feel! I'm happy and I liked it but at the same time I'm not happy. And damn you John Ambrose McClaren for getting under my skin! (view spoiler)[ I was so mad the way Peter kept putting Gene first. Lara Jean had every right to break up with him. Staying friends with Gene is one thing but hanging out with her like 24/7 is ridic. Then darn John comes in all charming and wonderful and then I start to want her with him. Then Peter finally at the very end decides to fight for her and she forgives him and says it was her fault all along that she needed to get over her Gene insecurities. I wanted her with Peter but Peter never really apologized and why did he let her break up with him and then finally when he was jealous of John he started fighting for her??!!??!?!?! It was all very maddening!!!!!!!!(hide spoiler)]OMG! Thank goodness there is a sequel because Dear Peter... was definitely not an ending! Except the author said there will be more about that other Model UN guy, John, and we will see his letter so thus probably another love triangle! No! Just Peter! No John!!!! Go away John!(view spoiler)[ Please finally have Lara Jean and Peter end up together. And Josh can just be friends with everyone. I don't think he should get back with Margot after kissing her sister. I absolutely loved when Josh and Peter were arguing about who would get their cookies and Peter said that if Lara Jean made Josh's white chocolate cranberry ones and not his fruitcake ones then it was over. lol(hide spoiler)]

  • Regan
    2019-06-07 15:51

    4.5 SO CUTE OMG OMG! I felt the resolution came a little too quickly hence the 4.5 but I loved every second.

  • Clau R.
    2019-06-07 16:44

    ANTES DE LEER:Leo la sinopsis y lloro. A nadie le interesa otro hombre, ¡queremos a Peter! Quiero ahorcar a Lara Jean.DESPUÉS DE LEER (29/05/2015):Son realmente 4.5 estrellitas :).Dado que mi review inicial fue en español, continuaré en español (?). Igual no tengo mucho que decir, solamente que amé el libro. Extrañaba mucho a estos personajes y volver a leerlos fue hermoso. Todo el tiempo estuve sonriendo como boba enamorada (ES CULPA DE PETER KAVINSKY) y también me reí a carcajadas en otras escenas. Creo que mis personajes favoritos de este segundo libro fueron Peter, Kitty, Lara Jean y hasta John. Eso sí, ¡siempre fui Team Peter! Pero debo admitir que John es bastante encantador y logró conquistarme un poquito. Sólo un poquito. Peter me tenía como loca enamorada.Hubo algunas cosas que no me gustaron de la actitud de Lara Jean, y también Peter tuvo algunos momentos en los que quise golpearlo, peeero todo bien, hahaha. En serio amo la forma tan sencilla y atrapante de escribir de Jenny Han, no podía soltar el libro y la mayor parte del tiempo estuve fangirleando en alto mientras leía. Y gritaba, y pataleaba, y me reía, y lloraba y ahhhh, ¡disfruté demasiado de esta lectura :D!Si no le puse las 5 estrellas perfectas es porque me hubiera gustado MÁS. No fue suficiente, sentí que acabó algo abrupto y rápido y fue como: NOOOOOO. Me quedé pensando que le faltó "algo" al libro, pero de igual forma lo amé demasiado, una muy buena secuela.

  • Sue (Hollywood News Source)
    2019-05-19 12:59

    "There's a Korean word my grandma taught me. It's called jung. It's the connection between two people that can't be severed, even when love turns to hate. You still have those old feelings for them; you can't ever completely shake them loose of you; you will always have tenderness in your heart for them."This book does many explosive things to my heart.Every time I read a new novel by Han, I am always assaulted by these strong emotions. In a way it reminds me of our quintessential home where I grew up.  It simply hits me at the right spots. It makes me reminisce certain childhood memories. That is pure talent. I get nostalgic and pensive. It sounds sad, but it’s absolutely astonishing, very few books could incite those feelings from me.P.S. I Still Love You opens right after where the first book left it off. Lara Jean on at the verge of making it up to Peter. And she’s slowing navigating her life. A reader could expect, kissing, scandal, intense jealousy, family love, and more kissing.Like with To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, I also annihilate this book. It is fast paced and very easy to get into the flow of the plot. Though at times, I find myself frustrated, but obviously I got over that nasty feeling.What I adored about this series is the fundamental role of Lara Jean’s dad and sisters to the story. I’ve seen some readers begging to read more books that include parents in the plot. And hey! this is the book for you. They are integral part of the story just as much as the protagonist.We have a Korean American main character(s). Lara Jean and the Song sisters heritage are essential to the story. Han explores some of the common Korean culture. I’m certain micro aggression was also briefly covered in the first book. It’s amazing, even if it doesn’t take a reign over the plot.The romance is cute just as I was expecting. And like I said there would also be jealousy which is one of my favorite tropes as long as the guy isn’t an Alpha asshole about it.Highlight of the book: There are plenty of “you don’t need a man to fulfill you and all the beautiful, independent feminism talk.” I will always boast about Young Adult books that doesn’t steer clear from “sex”. I love books that stays very true. There are some teenagers who genuinely doesn’t care about this subject, but how about those people who does? I’m very pleased P.S. I Still Love You didn’t skip that part.P. S. I Still Love You is a satisfying conclusion. Fans of Jenny Han won’t be disappointed.You can listen to my To P.S. I Still Loved You playlist in 8tracks. See the tracklist in tumblr. Full review also posted at Young Adult Hollywood.

  • Ali
    2019-05-18 10:37

    Okay. Admittedly it wasn't as good as the first, but I've said it before but I'll say it again: Jenny Han knows how to make us fall in love with the characters in her books... first in Shug, then The Summer I Turned Pretty (one of my FAVORITE books of all time) and now To All the Boys I've Loved Before. She knows how to expose their flaws along with their positive sides. Peter K isn't perfect, but his charm just won me over. Gen, I'll admit, I'm not the biggest fan of, but in P.S. I Still Love You, I got a glimpse of what made her the way she is and then I didn't hate her as much. (view spoiler)[I loved John McClaran as well. I'm Team Peter K all the way, though :)(hide spoiler)]The Peter/Lara Jean relationship isn't perfect, either, but I guess that's one of the aspects that makes this duology (hopefully trilogy?) special in the current realm of YA romance. There are bumps, and there are high points; it's not the unrealistic, lovey-dovey kind of relationship that's perfect all the time, but that is precisely what made me like this book so much.__________________________________________________________________4/26/2014Dear Jenny Han,You CANNOT (I repeat: CANNOT.) Torture your readers in this way!!! 2015! What is this madness?! I finished your book yesterday in just one sitting and I can't I can't I can't wait a whole year to find out what happens between Peter and Lara Jean and Josh and every other character in that blessedly beloved book that I have fallen in love with.*bawls*Your frustrated, angst-ridden reader,Ali

  • Emma Giordano
    2019-06-11 13:41

    3.5 Stars! Unfortunately, I struggle a bit with this sequel (this is typical of me) but overall, I enjoyed my time re-entering this story.For a large part of this book, I was afraid I had fallen out of touch with this story. I read book one when I was 18 and finally decided to continue 3 years later. Many of the tropes I no longer enjoy and critiques I used to skip over due to lack of reading experience unfortunately dragged down the story and I essentially felt as if I had gotten "too old" to enjoy this story in the same way. Luckily, the majority of my issues were resolved by the ending and I was able to end this book feeling more connected to the story.My favorite thing about this story is the family dynamic. A close-knit family of sisters and dedicated, loving father is not always common in young adult stories that are often full of absent families. I LOVE the interactions between the Song sisters. They are supportive, caring, dependable, love each other deeply. They do bicker like normal sisters, but their relationship is so inspiring and desirable. Their father is also kind, open-minded, and extremely supportive. The Song-Covey family is absolutely one of my favorite sibling-parent relationships in all of literature. Unfortunately, my biggest issue with the novel was the attitude of the main love interest. The only way to describe my feelings throughout this book is "uncomfortable" - I was very uncomfortable with Peter's choices and reactions to issues within this sequel. I understand that a lot of the jealousy, deception by omission, and prioritizing the "wrong" people are things that do happen in real life, especially for teens in relationships, but I can't possibly write this review without expressing how much I disagreed with it. I'm pleased that attempts at resolutions are made in the end, but I do feel some points were skipped over and not fully addressed for the sake of completing the novel more quickly.Another issue I had with this book was the introduction of a second love triangle. I know book one was basically built upon this trope (hence, why I feared I had grown out of my capacity to enjoy book two) but it felt so unnecessary. The conflict between Lara Jean and Peter was individually complex enough to exist without developing another potential love interest. It felt as if Peter was being villainized due to the introduction of this character, and this character was glorified to force readers to prefer them over Peter. I really dislike feeling as if the author is forcing me to feel a certain way or "pick a certain ship" so this aspect really rubbed me the wrong way. Again, I do feel it was resolved in the end, better than my first critique, so I'm not bothered any further.Despite my critiques, I still really enjoyed re-entering this story. A lot of times, the final judge of my enjoyment of a book is how motivated I am to find out what happens in the end and my desire to keep reading. For the first time ever, I actually had to stop listening to the audiobook because I needed to know what happened (albeit, mostly out of frustration). I switched to the physical book and stayed up well past my bed time to complete the story. When I reflect onP.S. I Still Love You, I will definitely remember the issues I had. But I will also remember how this book affected me emotionally, more than many books have in the last year, so it still left a positive, lasting impression. I'm continuing with the series as I write this review and I'm enjoying the conclusion more than book two, so I would still recommend this series as a unique, lovable contemporary romance.

  • shady
    2019-05-16 17:34

    ANOTHER boy?! Are you kidding me, Lara Jean?!

  • Nikka
    2019-05-23 16:52

    This review will contain spoilers... and profanities. First off, giving this book 2 stars is a very generous act on my part.Okay, one star then.My initial reaction upon finishing this book was to roll my eyes. To the moon and back.I am so pissed. This book is just awful.Behold, the summary in bullet form!featuring BONUS CONTENT: SLIGHT COMMENTARIES.PART 1• Lara Jean Song Covey is a fragile, innocent, princess• Peter Kavinsky is the complete opposite • They're dating • They signed a contract. (be honest all the time; not break each other's hearts, etc)• They're only 16• BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA• Sorry• Peter still hangs out with his ex girlfriend Gen (also Lara Jean's ex bestie)• This drives Lara Jean insane• Whenever Lara Jean asks Peter about Gen, he shrugs it off• Peter gave Lara Jean a poem he claimed he wrote• It was Edgar Allan Poe's• Poor princess.PART 2• John, one of the boys Lara Jean has "loved before", wrote her back• DUN DUN DUN DUN• The beginning of something terrible (and exciting. yes!)• Peter never missed a lacrosse game. But for once, he did.• And it was for Gen• OOOOOH• Peter is shit• Full of it• Lara Jean and Peter broke up• The reader (me) is ecstatic PART 3• Peter thinks he's the king of the world• He still treats Lara Jean like garbage• John and Lara Jean started hanging out• They kiss• “I think I could be a person who is in love with more than one person at a time.” - Lara Jean• %!^#?*!%*#?$^*#!?^* !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!• Lara Jean is also full of shit• Peter professed his love• Lara Jean fell for it• Poor Johnny left behind• Peter and Lara Jean ended up togetherNow, do you get my point?! Do you see where I'm coming from?!I don't know why I did that. I just made myself even more irritated than I already am.I was annoyed 99% of the time by most of the characters because they're so unrealistic! Everyone's either super nice or super smart or super arrogant or super bitchy. And they're all immature, my goodness! You just couldn't find yourself relating to any of them.Also, I will never understand Jenny Han's thing with love triangles.1. Best Friends- Lara Jean & Genevieve | Peter & John2. Sisters- Margot & Lara JeanAnd could we forget the Summer trilogy (which I hated with all my gut I couldn't even read the next two books)?!3. Brothers- Jeremy & ConradAm I missing something here?! Because this set up will never work for me and I don't see how it does with everyone else!Anyway, to all girls and boys, my point is this:1. Do not let your partner treat you like some garbage.2. Once you found a gentleman/gentlewoman, never let him/her go.3. If you do otherwise, don't come crying to your Mama.4. Never settle for less.5. Everyone deserves to be someone else's #1. _________________________________________P.S. I Still Love You: Alternate EndingLara Jean and Peter broke up because it's just not working anymore. Peter apologises for whatever he's done to hurt Lara Jean - he didn't mean any of it. Peter thought he has moved on from Gen but he was wrong.Lara Jean is broken, but she's learned so much from this experience and realised she's missing out! She gets on with her life and focused on more important matters like college and being Kitty's big sister.But someday, she's willing to open up her heart again.John waits from the distance. Waiting, waiting...* * *I hope this book made teenagers realise how little they know of love and not the other way around.I speak like a Granny. I'm only 18.Oh my god. Let me live.

  • Christine Delilah (Maramochabooks)
    2019-06-14 14:31

    Middle School Relationships, the Book: Part 2Plot RundownSee Lara Jean, the same girl from the first book. Only this time see her with special one of a kind boyfriend, Peter! Watch her constantly get jealous and grow into a... a.... twelve year old? Wait that can't be right? Then watch her struggle through teenage problems, like going to high school and having people, dare I say, judge her.Next you'll get to see her like never before as she... works in a retirement home and thinks about her boyfriend, all day, everyday. In this book you'll be on the edge of your seat, hoping that maybe the seat will break, because even that is more eventful than what happens in this novel.So read and enjoy a teenage girl being a pre-teen as she dates a guy. Oh and maybe there's a new guy too, but why wouldn't there be, because what do twelve year olds love more than love triangles?! Well, except for Twilight, I was guilty of that at twelve.I have something serious to discuss. Our MC has a problem, and with one Starbucks a day you can help girls just like her who suffer from Extreme Jealousy.Donate today to help prevent(more of):1. The kicking out boyfriends because she remembered that he probably cuddled with his ex, too.2. Thinking, "I wish Genevieve were here to see this." After receiving a gift from her boyfriend.3. Hiding every time her boyfriend spoke to his ex. 4. "It's no use, Peter. She laid claim to you a long time ago, and there's no room for me here."5. Following her boyfriend without his knowledge. And much, much more. So please, donate your drinks, Disney movies, and tissues. Help save Lara Jean from Extreme Jealousy. In all seriousness, this novel was missing plot. There was a game thrown in there, which was the only thing that saved this. Just the fact that there's a next book is surprising, since the plot is lost on me. This one was barely able to pass off, but another? When I speak about the characters and novel being about middle school, I'm not kidding. The game they payed here, I used it as a game for the children I was babysitting. They weren't even in middle school, they were third graders... Remember this quote from my first review? It's back again, but this time, it escaped!:"Yes he's very handsome." The handsomest of all the handsome boys.There were some awkward talks about feminism. I loved that it was brought up, it just didn't flow well. It was like something you see done by awful actors in class for educational purposes. Maybe it was the way the topic was brought up, but it didn't feel natural, well the one regarding feminism at least. Still, since the target audience for this series is younger, I'm very glad we had many feminists in this novel. Pretty covers, though!Overall thoughts:Barely any plot, just relationship drama.If you liked the first one, you might like this one a little less. P.S. What's your favourite Jenny Han novel, or which do you want to read?

  • Sophia Sardothien
    2019-05-16 17:43

    Me: WHAT just happened? P.s I still love you: *screams* NOTHING!Me: Where's my character development?P.s I still love you: what did you just say?Me:*glares* P.s I still love you: *innocent eyes* OHHH you mean character retrogression? cOnGrAts book you got me having a conversation with you. HONESTLY I'M SO ANNOYED WITH THIS BOOK Why can't you just end the first one without a cliffhanger so you won't have to write a sequel that nothing happens. I WAS EXPECTING MY CUTSY LOVEY ROMANCE, where is it? Did Jenny Han really wrote this?1) Lara Jean continues to be stupid, annoying, brainless. She's sixteen, seventeen or eighteen? I'm fourteen, and she acts like my sister (not that I have one but if I do, I bet Ms-I-have-no-idea-how-old-she-is would be even more foolish than her) 2) Peter is not here half of the time (I loved him in the first one, what happened in this?) 3) YEAH BOOK YOU KEPT ME AWAY FROM HIM and you introduced Lara Jean to another guy (well sort of) But excuse me, you see I don't care if she falls in love with him but DON'T GIVE ME A CRAPPY LOVE/LUST-STUPID-LOVE-SQUARE. If it's going to be crappy either way, give me a love decagon, hecatontagon or worst a myriagon. 3) Hmm the plot.... What is it even about?4) Oh I remember it's about putting a bunch of cheese to a the classical cliché sandwich, INTRODUCING YOU TO THE 3Cs ONLY AVAILABLE INP.S I LOVE YOUI'm so disappointed in this. To all the people who loved this book, P.s I did not mean to offend you.

  • Maureen
    2019-06-15 14:30

    Crying because this book is so perfect.I didn't really love the first book - it was very hit and miss for me but mostly hit, which is why I gave it 4 stars. But THIS BOOK. THIS ONE WAS SO SO SO SO SO GOOD. Lara Jean has grown up a lot from the first book - which I think is what helped this book out a lot. I loved seeing her come more into her own - and her relationship with Peter blossoming...all of it was JUST SO GOOD! And I think it felt like more of a real relationship than many I've read in contemporary books. brb thinking about this book forever.

  • Pat
    2019-06-05 09:34

    Well...02/02/15 my country that is.And here is the cover!!First revealed here.Isn't it so pretty!? Oh my gosh...~OH MY GOD! I was so happy when I found out there's going to be a sequel! But I'm not sure...if it's a happy ending immediately. I'm sure (view spoiler)[John Ambrose McClaren will show up in this book. He was mentioned in the first and he recognized Lara Jean. Maybe they're going to meet first before Lara Jean and Peter get together. I really love Peter but he really should sort out his feelings. Lara Jean already did, and she chose him. You can't just say I LIKE YOU...BUT WE UNDERSTAND EACH OTHER. Or shit like that. Lara Jean didn't even make him chose between her or Gen. Whatever. Still love Lara Jean and Peter together :) Oh and the recent letter Lara Jean wrote about Josh. She wrote that he still love him. The letter says P.S. I STILL LOVE YOU! I'm sure someone will see the letter which she tucked in her diary because she said she feels it isn't finished with Josh, yet. (hide spoiler)]["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Shailly
    2019-06-04 16:41

    I just can't wait !!!*Dear Peter...oh god how can I wait for it till 2015 !!!

  • Aj the Ravenous Reader
    2019-05-29 09:57

    Gaaah! Now I’m torn. The first time I read this, I was completely Team John Ambrose. It’s not so hard to fall in love with this perfect guy without so much extra baggage. His moments with Lara Jean are too sweet and too adorable. Things between them are so easy and so uncomplicated. Just *sighs*.But getting to know Peter again and understanding better his character and his past, I realize I couldn’t let him go either and I’m not even Lara Jean. Lol. That last scene at the tree house just melted my heart to puddle especially those last lines by Peter that goes something like “My heart is yours to break.” *double sighs*Some of the highlights of the story for me are:• How Peter treats Kitty especially on her birthday• Kitty in general. How she braids hair like a pro, how she acts so wise, mature and confident• The tagging game• John Ambrose and Lara Jean dressing up • Lara Jean’s letter to KittyI’ll never get tired of Jenny Han’s books. I can’t wait to read the finale. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ ORIGINAL REVIEW written on MAY 30, 2015 Read this at the same time with two of my lovely friends. You can check out their awesome reviews too. Kathe and Scarlett"So much of love is chance. There's something scary and wonderful about that."This is a jell-o kind of read. It doesn't particularly taste special, but it's fun and nice to eat. Kind of a bit addictive too. Exactly like this book. It's light. It's cute. It's silly, definitely silly, but I enjoyed it.^^Lara Jean, a 16 year old, Korean American "goody two shoes" hopes to win back the guy she still loves which she learns is not as simple as she thought would be especially when another guy from her past comes back to her life. Two guys who as Lucas (Lara's friend) described are Betty and Veronica's counterparts. Definitely a very tough choice. Nice one, Lucas! If it were me, I'd go for Betty's counterpart without a second thought. Nobody's asking me though. Lol.What I liked about the main character is her composure and the way she held her head high despite a very humiliating experience and being the butt of the joke of everyone. She won't let herself wallow in self-pity and definitely knows when to move on. She also knows her limitations and has impressive self-control. If I were in her place, I'd probably wreak havoc upon the deserving people or cover my head with a paper bag when at school or ditch it altogether and live a life of exile. Lol.The plot is kind of a mess but in that appealing, realistic way. The relationship among Lara, her sisters and her father warmed my heart.I'm just not very satisfied with the conclusion even though it's a really cute HEA since so many things have been left unresolved and I doubt there's still a third book. But if you're looking for a light, mindless read, then definitely go for this. Also, Kitty, the ten year old she-devil can be another reason you might want to read this.^^

  • Jessi ♥️ H. Vojsk
    2019-05-19 13:31

    Attention: This may be spoilerish for the first book! Interviewer: Welcome, Jessi. So, the new year started good for you. A lot of four and fives and now a DNF. How do you feel about that?Me:Well, I was really sad about that, because I loved the first book. It was so sweet and fluffy. Just really really cute.Interviewer:Why did you DNF it, though?Me:When I first started to read it I thought: Maybe I’ll love this as much as the first one. But then I felt like nothing really happened.Interviewer: But I heard there was a lot of drama in the beginning...Me:Yeah, a lot of teeny reputation drama.Interviewer:But that sounds exciting. Hm... What about the love in this book?Me:Oh man, don’t get me started with this one... First of all I didn’t feel the connection between Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky anymore. They felt really really weird and kind of forced.Interviewer:But I thought you loved Peter Kavinsky?Me:Oh, I do! Don’t get me wrong, but I heard that he’ll be an a**hole as the story continues and I wasn’t here for this sh*t to happen. 😒Interviewer:But people sometimes become jerks. That’s normal.Me:There was also another guy...Interviewer:*looks shocked* What? Is it... Is this what I think it is?Me:*nods seriously* Yes.. it’s a... oh god I can’t even say it. *gulps dramatically*Interviewer:I’ll do it. *takes long breath* There was going to be a love triangle, am I right?Me:Yes.Interviewer:Oh god. That sounds horrible. The first book had one and you ignored it, right? Because you liked the atmosphere and the cuteness of the story. But now...Me:I just can’t finish this book and ruin the whole series for me. I’m so sorry!Interviewer:No one is mad at you, honey. No one likes a love triangle only to make the series three books long instead of one standalone. Me:I’m so glad you don’t hate me! I really wanted to love this whole series, but...Interviewer:I know, I know. Shh... Don’t be sad about it! Everyone has his own opinion about a book and you just didn’t like this one..Me being sad, because I didn't like the book:

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)
    2019-05-22 15:54

    Re-read 5/5/17: I loved this even more the second time. Peter K is so dreamy! Original read 6/28/15: This book was an absolute DELIGHT. Jenny Han does contemporaries like no other.

  • Andreea Pop
    2019-05-17 15:45

    This isn't so much as a review, but sort of like a semi-rant -- I'm so many shades of disappointed you don't even realize. In truth, this book deserves 2 stars, but I'm too chicken-shit to give it that because I'd seriously be one of the very very very few that would rate this novel so lowly. The first one was much better and although it wasn't stellar, I still had my expectations. Oh well, it obliterated them. Crumpled them completely. Straight to the ground. IN A FREAKING BAD WAY. It managed to make me wonder why I even bothered to pick it up. Other things this book managed: 1. It made my eyes hurt due to the ever constant eye-rolling because teen drama yada yada blah blah drama drama. 2. It brought me close to tears of boredom for the sole reason that THERE'S NO PLOT. 3. It ripped to shreds the ounce of character development that happened to Peter in the first book and it turned him into a jealous little prick, with a side of douchebag stupidity. I'll grant that he had his moments (that moment at the presentation was awesome) but mostly he was such a frustrating macho wannabe. He was basically an asshole when he asked her for the necklace back. And don't even get me started on THE BIG SECRET that wasn't his to tell that had him crawling back to his vixen ex every. Goddamn. Time. And it wasn't even such a big deal. Argh. 4. It made me seriously want to gouge out my eyes thanks to the love-triangle I was sure we lost back in the prequel. With another guy on top of that, but more on that in a minute. 5. It infuriated me with the relationship between Margot and Josh since it was the same drama from the prequel, just reversed. It was honestly exhausting and plain sad. 6. It disappointed me to the hell and back thanks to the ending. Firstly, wrong choice of boy, Lara Jean. Secondly, how could you be so damn blind and not revel in the perfection that is John Ambrose McClaren? How?? John Ambrose McClaren was probably definitely the best thing about this book. I loved him to bits. He's smart, funny, charming and hella cute. I just wished we got to spend more time with him because with him even Lara Jean seemed to grow in my eyes. I also liked Kitty and Chris because they're downright awesome. And Margot grew on me. And the light tone of the book was still there, so there's that. Too bad P.S. I Still Love You failed to be heartwarming and cute for me too. But maybe I'll try Jenny Han's other works as a thank you for the creation of John Ambrose McClaren. Big fans of the first book -- go ahead and read it, I'm sure you'll be pleased. If you fall in the category of not-so-big-of-a-fan then I'd suggest picking other contemporaries. ENJOY! <3 P.S. You know what? Screw this shit. 2 stars for you -- I still don't love you.

  • Jessica (priceiswong)
    2019-06-12 12:50

    Need to think about this one some more, then I'll come back with a review! I might even do a book talk.. we'll see!

  • Grace (LovingDemBooks) Z.
    2019-06-01 17:57

    Buy this book on AMAZONor buy this book on BookDepository with FREE WORLDWIDE SHIIPPINGI received a free finished hardcover of this book from the publisher (Simon and Schuster) in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.4 of 5 stars (Please read my rating system further below).WATCH MY VIDEO REVIEW ON YOUTUBE HEREWhat a wonderful conclusion to a great story. Jenny Han seems to have a style of ending her books quickly and abruptly. And honestly, I didn't mind it one bit! The return of Johnny was pretty darn awesome, but I will always love Mr. Peter Kavinksy.My rating system: (I do use half stars.)5 - I do not use the 5 star. Not because a book might not be worthy, but because a book is never perfect.4 - I loved it! There weren't too many flaws, and I had no trouble getting through it. (A 4 star rating is the highest rating I've ever given a book.)3 - I enjoyed the book, but there we're flaws that made me enjoy it less.2 - I finished the book, but there were too many flaws for me to enjoy it.1 - I could not finish the book, and I probably did not finish it....

  • Elena
    2019-06-07 13:44

    I won't say anything, because any reaction will be spoilery. I'm just going to say:I'M TEAM KITTYReview to come

  • Jenny
    2019-05-26 09:57

    This book's made me so happy! It's sweet and sad, it makes your heart skip and your heart clench. Ah so cute!

  • Katie
    2019-06-05 15:39

    SO FINALLY IM FINISHED WITH THIS. Don't let how long it took me to read this mislead you because I love this book and really, really love this duology. Such a cute end to a great story. I wish there were going to be more books in this series because, have I mentioned I LOVE THEM.

  • Hailey (HaileyinBookland)
    2019-06-08 11:35

    SPOILER FREE REVIEW:*Really enjoyed this!

  • April
    2019-05-16 10:55

    Such a delightful sequel.

  • Laura
    2019-06-09 11:31

    I guess I didn't need this book in my life after all. ..........I NEED THIS BOOK IN MY LIFE RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW!!!!Or maybe in 5 hours when I've had a bit of sleep.PETER =

  • Christy
    2019-06-11 13:59

    4 stars! P.S. I Love You is the continuation of Lara Jean’s love story. In the first book, I was all for Peter Kavinsky getting the girl. I was crazy excited about getting a second book because I NEEDED to know what happened! I needed more Peter K and Lara Jean! Sometimes when I’m reading YA, I need to remind myself that these characters are teenagers. They aren’t always going to make the wisest choices and their love isn’t always a forever love. I got a little wound up about a part in this story but I took a few deep breaths and remembered how young these characters are and I was okay… Lara Jean, Peter K and John Ambrose McClaren. I didn’t know who our girl would end up with for a minute there. My head kept saying- John is the smart choice… but my heart, my heart wanted her with Peter. I think I would have been happy with either ultimately, but the end left me with a big smile on my face. I love the supporting characters in this story. Stormy, Lara Jean’s dad, and especially her younger sister, Kitty. I would love to have a Kitty book when she grows up a little. She’s such a firecracker. “If this is love, no thanks. I don’t want any part of it. When I’m older, I’m just going to do my own thing. If I like a boy, fine, I’ll date him, but I’m not going to sit at home and cry over him. I cry over important things.”This was one of those series that left me with a huge smile. It was light, fun and an all around great YA book. I listened to the audio and the narration was fantastic as well- always a plus!

  • Pearl Angeli
    2019-06-10 15:45

    "So much of love is chance. There's something scary and wonderful about that." --- Spoilers ahead ---The second book of To All the Boys I've Loved Before is more entertaining, witty, and hilarious.What disappointed me was Peter.Wait a minute...Is Peter Kavinsky the same Peter Kavinsky I've read in the first book? Why the heck did he turn out to be such an effin' dick? Seriously. Why did Jenny Han build transform his character like that? I admire Lara Jean's character development here. She grew up emotionally with so much calmness and control despite the hell that happened to her. But Peter. Why, Jenny Han? Why made me hate Peter? You know I love him in the first book, right? Did you seriously just turn him into an immature A-hole? The way Peter treated Lara Jean? It didn't sit well on me. It just didn't. Not to mention the fact that he's still attached to his ex-girlfriend, Genevieve. SMH.And the plot. Why was it such a big mess?And that ending. THAT'S IT??! Like, THE END? And just like that? Whoa! I don't even know if that's a good ending at all.But the good thing, nevertheless, is that I enjoyed most parts of it. Like I said, it was highly entertaining and even funnier. Give it all to KITTY!!Another good thing was JOHN AMBROSE MCCLAREN. This guy is a total bae and I just want to make that unequivocally clear. Ha! While Jenny Han made Peter such a dick, she built such a great character out of John. A complete opposite with the male lead. And up until now, I still could not get why the author did that. Transforming the lead man into a complete jerk and highlighting a secondary male character by giving all the good traits on him. The ending was unsatisfactory. There was no real conclusion whatsoever. I don't even agree with Lara Jean accepting Peter back like that. I think the kiss-and-make up thing was too easy. After all? *sighHonestly, I feel like I'm being generous with my 3-star rating on this, but well.It was still a fun read after all. Rating: 3 Stars

  • Gabriela Ahskja
    2019-06-11 10:41

    2015? I will die...P.S. AMAZING COVER <3**** FINALLY READ*****Wait so hard the end of Lara Jean's story... now i want cry because is finished! Any way, i loved this book! i love John Ambrose McClaren and his blond hair, is like a kind of perfect gentleman. He definitely got the best letter, i laughed so hard whit that letter! "I cannot believe that John Ambrose McClaren read that letter. I didn’t remember it to be so . . . naked. With so much . . . yearning. God, why do I have to be a person who yearns so much? How horrible."I'm really going to miss read something so innocent and fun... freaking perfect books, Jenny Han! ;)