Author: Jenny Han
Release Date: May 26, 2015
Genre: YA (Young-Adult) Contemporary
Pages: 337 pages
Lara Jean didn’t expect to really fall for Peter. She and Peter were just pretending. Except suddenly they weren’t. Now Lara Jean is more confused than ever. When another boy from her past returns to her life, Lara Jean’s feelings for him return too. Can a girl be in love with two boys at once?
It was the continuation of “To all the boys I’ve loved before” by Jenny Han. It was first all about the love letters wrote by Lara Jean to all the boys she “loved” before, she kept it in her hat box until all the loved letters sent in each address of the boys she met. And then the story begun. In the second book, Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky were in a scandal of kissing at hot bath tub, take note: “Passionately”. It was also the continuation of “complicated yet cheesy” love story of Peter Kavinsky and Lara Jean Song Covey.
At the first chapters of the story, obviously it went through the “Hot bath tub” issue, where Lara Jean discovered who sent the video to “Anonybitch” at the Instagram account. Well, a little bit “boring” because almost half of the story went through “who took the video?! Who sent the video to Anonybitch?!” Well, at the same time, they have spur of the moment of Kavinsky, but not as “cheesy” like the other one. They fight sometimes as like the other “young” relationships, and it all because of “Genevieve” thing. Ugh! So annoying.
A few chapters left, that I have discovered some maturity at Lara Jean’s character, and Kavinsky, as well and somehow, Lara Jean discovered the importance of their friendship of Genevieve before.
At the end of the story, well, I don’t know if that was the end or what? There was no epilogue at the end of the story, and I was expecting a “third” one after this. But, oh no. That’s the last one! Okay, still I gave it a 4 out of 5 stars. I just stick to the lesson I’ve learned from the story. If I will compare from the previous one, I will choose To all the boys I’ve loved before. But still its a great read to all the young reader’s out there.