Rating – 3.5/5
“Life is good for Lara Jean. She is head over heels in love, her dad’s finally getting remarried and her sister Margot is coming home for the summer. But change is looming. And Lara Jean can’t ignore the big decisions she has to make – where she goes to college for one. Because that would mean leaving her family – and possibly the boy she loves – behind. When your heart and your head are saying two different things, which one should you listen to?”
I enjoyed this book the most out of the three. Peter and Lara Jean’s relationship felt the most natural and relatable in this book and I found myself enjoying both characters a lot more. The story was also a lot like what I was expecting and was more like the kind of cliché contemporary that I like.
I still couldn’t relate to the characters much and Lara Jean’s voice was still quite difficult to like but I thought this was a really wonderful ending to the trilogy. Although I enjoyed the ending of P.S I Still Love You, I thought this book wrapped up the story well.
I would recommend this trilogy if you love cheesy contemporary books and you need a few quick and easy summer reads.