Top positive review
25 July 2017
Always and Forever, Lara Jean is the much awaited for and highly anticipated last book in the Lara Jean trilogy, which focuses on a young teenage girl who writes love letters to all the boys who once had her heart.
This book seen Lara Jean in her last year of high school and on the brink of a huge change in her life. Those that know Lara Jean and have read her other stories know that she’s a bit of a homebody and a goody-goody which means she has her own set plans on what comes next. This obviously ended up ensuring what came next was predictable though I actually didn’t mind it. Surprisingly, I actually ended up getting emotional in several moments in this book when Lara Jean was disappointed with something. I’m not sure if it was just I resonated with her fear and her disappointment in not getting exactly what she wanted when it came to college decisions but it really hit me.
This book was SO SWEET, I genuinely began to get diabetes but I loved it. Lara Jean’s boyfriend is literally one of favourite book boyfriends EVER and I’m so in love with him. This book just made me smile insanely wide all the time because they were so, so sweet.
Lara Jean is still her slightly ‘baby’ self but that’s just part of who she is. She’s always going to love baking, crafts, pink things. She’s a bit of a girly girl but that’s not a bad thing. She shows off her maturer self a lot in this book. She steps out and really becomes an independent person, and is able to make decisions for herself and not just for her family and her boyfriend.
Kitty, as always, was QUEEN, and i loved her. I would love a special spin-off to these books about Kitty when she is a teenager as I know she is going to wreck havoc. I hated Margot as always, though she wasn’t as bad in this book than in others.
I loved the ending of this book. it was what I wanted, and I was so scared it wouldn’t happen. So I was very, very happy.