Reviewed by S. Tobin, September 2019
Lara Jean never intended for her love letters to get out, but somehow they did. Not only did the most popular guy in the school get a letter, Peter Kavinsky, but also her sister’s ex-boyfriend, Josh. In order to preserve her friendship with Josh, Lara Jean comes up with a brilliant solution, or what seemed like brilliant solution. Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky pretend to be a couple. However, things are not as easy as they seem. Drama and heartache arise as Lara Jean and Peter continue their fake relationship. Will Lara Jean be able to fix the friendships she’s broken? And better yet, will she be able to hide her real feelings for Peter?
This book is full of drama and love, perfect for anyone who loves a good romance book. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before will have you laughing and crying. It’s a short read and is very fast paced. There is never a slow moment in Lara Jean’s life. This book is perfect for teens, tweens, and everyone in between