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  • 3 person found this review helpful

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    P.S I Still Love You

    This book pulled on my heart strings the entire time. Literally couldn't put it down. I was hooked on the Summer novels and ended up reading the first 2 of this series in a day.
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    I laughed, I cried, I got angry - I LOVED IT!

    I knew that I had to write a review after the first few crying moments while reading this book. I am not a crybaby and all together not a very emotional person, and this book isn't unbelievably sad but non the less it touch my heart and more then once pulled at my heart strings. After reading the first book and reading some reviews i didn't expect this story but I'am the more grateful for what I got. Because it is the fitting matured ending for a beautiful (cute) heartworming duo-logy.
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    Cute, but not as good as the first book

    Although not as enjoyable as the first book, P.S. I Still Love You is an entertaining and cute YA romance. The story picks up almost right where To All the Boys I've Loved Before left off and our MC's Lara Jean and Peter are reunited within the first few chapters. Thankfully, that plot point wasn't dragged out, but there were certainly other angsty, drama filled moments that took it's place. I felt that the pacing of this book was slow and I was sad to see the continued lack of maturity from most of the characters. I expected a certain amount of immature teenage drama, but Lara Jean came off as super whiny and Peter's arrogance was back in full force. So much of the story centered around Lara Jean's jealousy and her perseverating over what everyone at school thought of her. After a while, it just got tiresome and annoying reading about it over and over again. I also didn't understand a lot of Peter's actions and he seemed much colder in this book. The predictable push away was inevitable after all the drama, but it wasn't as emotional as it could have been. Honestly, I thought Lara Jean and Peter's pretend relationship in the first book was so much sweeter, that their actual relationship this time around just didn't compare. Kitty, again, was a highlight and I enjoyed her page time a lot. I did feel that the storyline involving her and the love connection she was trying to make between her father and the neighbor, Ms. Rothschild, was a little unnecessary, but it was nice parallel/side story about opening oneself up to love. Stormy was another fun character to meet and I liked her carpe diem attitude. She definitely made the chapters at Belleview funny and entertaining. The best part of the book, however, was John Ambrose McClaren. I know many readers aren't fans of love triangles, but after reading Han's Summer trilogy and book 1 of this series, it was not a surprise at all. What did surprise me is that I would jump ships! I LOVED Peter in the first book and was so disappointed with how he acted this time around. It definitely made John's star shine brighter and he really did so many sweet and swoony things that it was impossible to resist. I felt that his connection to Lara Jean felt more genuine and sincere. I challenge you not to swoon after reading this gem from John: "I like you, Lara Jean. I liked you then and I like you even more now. I know you and Kavinsky just broke up, and you're still sad, but I just want to make it unequivocally clear." *SPOILER* or this one: "I don't think it was our time then. I guess it isn't now, either. But one day maybe it will be." The ending felt a bit rushed and I wasn't super thrilled with the resolution. It wasn't because of who Lara Jean ultimately chose (I would have been happy with either), but because it just felt kind of confusing and abrupt. It gave me emotional whiplash. Overall, I still really enjoyed this book and was sad to see it end. I actually would have been OK if this had stayed a duology, but I'm very excited now that a 3rd book has been added and we will get to see more of Lara Jean!
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    BETTER THAN EVER!!!

    I can't believe what I'm about to say but this might be better than the first book! I loved this drama filled book about young love! IT WAS AMAZING I SUGGEST THIS BOOK!!!!
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    PS i still love you

    A great, easy read for when you want something funny and romantic. I kept smiling through most of the book
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