Lara Jean and Peter are together now. For real. And LJ feels like she's in a dream. But every time she experiences a 'first' with Peter, she can't help think about the fact that he's already had these firsts---with Gen. And then, suddenly, one of Lara Jean's past love interests, John Ambrose, comes back into her life, and Laura Jean can't . . .
It all started with a love letter. Now, Peter and Lara Jean are about to graduate high school. Peter got into UVA for lacrosse, and since Lara Jean has always loved UVA's campus, all she has to do is wait for her acceptance letter, too. But when something unexpected happens, Lara Jean isn't sure how her future will play out anymore. She still has . . .
Lara Jean didn't think she would actually fall in love with Peter Kavinsky, but she has---and after their Christmas party disaster, she's not sure if he's in it for real this time. And then there's John Ambrose Mcclaren, a childhood friend who somehow returns to her life. She recalls the last summer she saw him, a time when she . . .
I've been dying to watch this movie ever since it came out on Netflix. But you know me... Can't watch the movie till I read the book. I usually prefer reading series as opposed to listening to them on Audiobook, but I knew it'd be ages until I ever decided to buy the To All the Boys series. So I just went ahead and listened to the . . .
Lara Jean has never had a boyfriend, though she's been in love plenty of times. Five, to be exact. And to each one of those boys, she's written a letter professing her love. Those letters are signed, sealed, and hidden in a safe place in her bedroom. Until one day, those letters get mailed...and Lara Jean has to deal with . . .