P.S. I Still Love You
by Jenny Han
New York: Simon and Schuster BFYR, 2015. 337 pgs. Young Adult.
Continuing the story from To All the Boys I Loved Before, sweet, goofy Lara Jean discovers that loving someone doesn’t always make things perfect. First, she is humiliated when someone posts what appears to be a steamy scene of her in a hot tub. Then she is further frustrated when her new boyfriend doesn’t immediately believe her when she figures out it was his ex-girlfriend. Finally, things are made even worse when another boy from her past enters the picture.
Lara Jean has a lot to learn about love and she is definitely up for the challenge. I enjoyed this heartfelt, coming of age story especially as Lara Jean experiences so many difficulties such as rumors and peer-pressure. Through all these troubles, she sticks to what she believes.