Oh my goodness, I’m not ready for this to be over. I’ve been such a big fan of this trilogy, and I’ve come to feel like another big sister to Lara Jean, and she’ll always be a part of my heart and life. But she’s growing up and moving on, and it’s time for me to let her go.
Lara Jean is at it again. Her letters and relationship are getting her into a bit of trouble, and it’s worth checking out. But if you haven’t read To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, go read that! You can’t read this review without spoilers from book one!
This past weekend we had two Asian focused films come out. Crazy Rich Asians (which I have yet to see), and To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. Luckily, the latter was a Netflix movie, so I watched it Saturday morning.
I did not expect to enjoy this. I picked it up because I saw tons of bookstagrammers with it, and knew there was a Netflix movie coming out, and I wanted to compare the two. But about 100 pages into the book I realized that I had underestimated it, and I needed to finish it.