Title: Ps: I Still love you
Author: Jenny Han
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
This review consists spoilers of the first book.
Ps: I still love you
In the second book of the series ‘To all the boys I’ve loved before’ you can read how it is going with Lara Jean and Peter right now. At the end of the book you read that Peter and Lara Jean started dating for real this time. No fake relationship in this book. But they have a lot of ups and downs in their relationship. You can read that in this book.
Another guys from Lara Jean’s past will come back into her life. John Ambrose McClaren finally got his love letter from Lara Jean and he contacts her. She now has to make a decision between John or Peter?
In the first book I thought Peter was really a gentleman. He was super nice to Lara Jean, even though they had just a fake relationship. You could really notice that he really liked her from the start. And now he is the lucky guy, because Lara Jean likes him too. Now they have a real relatioship and a lot of problems. Peter suddenly hangs out with his ex Genevieve a lot and he doesn’t talk about it with Lara Jean. Lara Jean thinks he is cheating on her with her.
Sometimes you still see the Peter from the first book but I didn’t really like him in this one. I was hoping that their relationship would end and Lara Jean would pick John. There was a lot less drama when she was hanging out with John.
I also liked to read about that Kitty and Lara Jean were hoping that their dad would start dating again. And they trying to set him up with their neighbour from across the street. I can’t wait to see how this is going to end. Lara Jean’s dad has been a single dad since his wife passed away. And I really like their dad, because he is pretty chill and cool.
I can’t wait to start with the third book called ‘Forever and always, Lara Jean.’ At the end of this second book you could read who Lara Jean picked. Is it Peter or is it John? I can’t wait to find out what happens in the next book and how it will end with their dad who starts dating again.
Fun fact: This movie is coming out on 12th February 2020 on Netflix. And of course you can already watch the first movie too. A few details are different, but it is still worth it to watch it.