P.S. I Still Love You

P.S. I Still Love You

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"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?"--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster BFYR, ©2015.
ISBN: 9781442426733
9781442426740
Characteristics: 337 pages ;,22 cm
Alternative Title: I still love you

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RosaReads2
Oct 16, 2018

I liked this one much more than the first book. The ending was perfect. The series could stop here without a third book and I would be satisfied.

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CarleeMcDot
Aug 14, 2018

Yup, this is one that I had anxiously been awaiting for from the library. In fact, as soon as I started the first book in this series (which I read at the beginning of the month) I got in line for books 2 and 3 on my library's wait list. Well, let's just say I couldn't wait any longer for one to become available a my normal library location so I went out and tracked down the "bookmobile" that still had one in stock. I flew threw this book in a single afternoon (what can I say?! I love me some YA love stories). I can't say for certain if I like this one or "To All The Boys I've Loved Before" more, but maybe that's because I feel like this is just a continuation of the original story so it isn't really fair to have to pick which one is better ;) I was a little sad when Josh (their neighbor) wasn't a bigger part of the story, but was glad to see more of her crushes get involved in this one. Now to wait till the library opens so I can grab the final book in the series. I would give it a 9 out of 10.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Feb 25, 2018

The novel 'P.S. I Still Love You" By: Jenny Han, the sequel to "To All The Boys I've Loved Before", is yet another wonderful teenage romance book that will make you smile and feel joy. Who knew that Lara Jean's fake relationship with Peter Kavinsky would make her have very real feelings for him. Now what happens when a boy she's loved before walks back into her life? Who will Lara Jean choose to love, or will she choose both? She has a rush of feelings for this new but old boy, but she fell for peter. She carefully has to consider both of them, while making sure no one else gets hurt in the process. I give this book a 5/5 as tells a complicated story with heartbreaks, friendships, family dramas, and true love.@flarrow_s of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

The book P.S I still love you: To all the boys I've loved before (book 2) by Jenny Han was a very good read. I thought that the book was very relatable for teenagers everywhere. The story was about a teenaged girl navigating her way through high school relationships. I would recommend this book to people aged 13 to 17 because there is some suggested language in the story and because I feel like individuals within this age bracket are most likely to be going through similar situations as the protagonist in this story, Lara Jean. I would give this book 4 stars out of 5.
- @MissB148 of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

In trilogies, it’s rare for the second novel to be better, or even as good as the first. But surprisingly, in the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before trilogy, P.S I Still Love You is definitely my favourite. From plot twists, character development, to relationship growth- this novel has it all. Whereas in the last book there was a somewhat equal balance between romance and family, this novel seemed focused mainly on Peter and Lara Jean’s relationship. I didn’t mind because I felt this was a great way for the author to smoothly incorporate the character development we all felt Lara Jean had to go through. But, we do still get to see Lara Jean’s amazing family and read all of Kitty’s sassy side comments. We are finally able to read and experience Lara Jean being in a real relationship, and how she handles all that it comes with. Jenny Han did an excellent job of keeping Lara Jean's character true to her personality, while still showing how being in a relationship can change you. In this story, we also get to better meet John Ambrose McClaren, who just so happened to become one of my favourite characters. Rating: 4.5/5
- @shesareader of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

‘P.S. I still love you’ by Jenny Han is the second book in the To all the boys I’ve loved before series. As soon as I got my hands on it I couldn’t put it down. It’s a read book for if you want to smile, laugh, and even cry at some points it’s an amazing way to continue the series. I think I was so determined to finish the book because after every chapter I wanted more, that I finished it in under 3 hours. My heart was racing the whole time. Lara Jean and Peter are adorable together. I would also give this a 4 out of 5 because the series still isn’t over, and this book, also ends on a cliffhanger.
- @sarcasticmoth of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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susan_findlay
Feb 02, 2018

Like the first book in the series, this is a quick light enjoyable read. I appreciate how real the author makes Lara Jean feel and how much emphasis is placed on the other important relationships in her life (family and friends - not just boys).

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mallymay25
Sep 25, 2017

I loved this book! I knew it would be difficult to follow up the first book in this trilogy, but this book did a superb job! Lara Jean is such a likable protagonist and I love the way the author developed her relationship with Kitty a lot more in this book. Highly recommend this series!

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laurabrary
Aug 10, 2017

I love this series (and the audiobook's narrator). I wasn't as wild about this installment as I was the first, but I was still happy to spend time with Lara Jean and her family. I felt like the book didn't really get going until after the scandal, but I did appreciate how Jenny Han wrote about the scandal as well as Lara Jean and her family's reaction to it. The romance made me giggly once again, and I always love hearing about Lara Jean's baked good and unique style.

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mackenzie518
Jul 31, 2017

Not as good as the first-but what is?

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Yassi2004
Jul 31, 2017

P.S. I still love you was an exciting book with many twists and turns. I like how Jenny Han makes it like it is a true high school life and not just some silly movie. The romance is a nice touch and makes it a great quick read and can cheer you up! I would recommend this book to people who like romance in a modern day and relate able way. I would also recommend this book to ages 13-16.

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NehaJohnson11
Jan 05, 2017

Another great book by Jenny Han!!! This book truly upped her first book (To All The Boys I've Loved Before) with more drama, controversy, romance and a touch of adventure. #Peter+Lara Jean forever💗. Can't wait for the third book (Always And Forever, Lara Jean)!!!!

ArapahoeApril Nov 21, 2016

Reading this book was like going back home after being gone for a bit. I'd grown to care and love these characters so it was great to revisit them again. This book did not disappoint. The characters aren't perfect but their flaws is what makes them not only relatable but loveable. The story does seem just a tad more mature than the first one. Jenny Han knows how to write sweet romance that borders on sappy but never crosses that line. The third book is due out in 2017. That day can't come soon enough.

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Puppylover60
Jul 02, 2016

'"Lara Jean you are in love with love," Margot sighs.'

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FandomQueen
Jan 09, 2016

“'He kisses like . . . like it could be his job.' Margot giggles and lifts the spoons off her eyes. 'Like a male prostitute?'"

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FandomQueen
Jan 09, 2016

“When you lose someone and it still hurts, that's when you know the love was real.”

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QnVz
Nov 12, 2015

"So much of love is chance. There's something scary and wonderful about that..."

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sheirapop1
Aug 08, 2015

A fun sequel To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. In this light and funny romance, Lara Jean must pick between her first boyfriend and a boy from her past.

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