Always and Forever, Lara Jean


This is the final book in the series To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. If you have not read the previous two books then please be aware this review may contain spoilers for those books. Click here to grab the boxeset of all three books if you are new the series and stop reading now. Now. Seriously stop reading.


Everything is wonderful for Lara Jean. She is in love, her father is about to get remarried and her big sister will be home for the summer.

With her life at school coming to an end Lara Jean finds herself having to make her first big decision as an adult- where to go to college. For Lara Jean the implications are high, leaving her family and the boy she loves behind.

Can she make the right decision? And does that mean listening to her heart or her head?



My Review

Ahh Lara Jean. Sweet, innocent Lara Jean I missed you. Despite being absolutely nothing like Lara Jean I think she is amazing. Maybe a little bit crazy with her need for perfection (aka chocolate chip cookie gate) and pleasing others, but so 100% likeable. I was beyond happy that Jenny Han decided to give us one more glance into the life of the middle Song girl.

This book has all the things that I have come to love from this series. Relationship ups and downs, some cute sister bonding and some kick arse braids.

Half way through the book I was pretty sure I had it pegged how it was going to end and I was a bit pissed. But, hallelujah 🙌 I was wrong! Yep. Family, please take note I have admitted I was wrong and being wrong never felt so good (not that I would really know because this is my first time at being wrong…😏). I liked the ended and I feel that Jenny did great justice to the series with how she worked it. Will Lara and Peter have a happily ever after eventually? I don’t know. They are teenagers so its up in the air and that is exactly where it should be for a teenage love story because it absolutely isn’t the time to be making decisions for life.

The only negative for me is that this series had one of my pet peeves. Grown children calling their parents Mummy (or in this case Mommy) and Daddy. Just  something that annoys me personally. Oh and I am sorry but if a character perfects the best chocolate chip cookie recipe ever then I expect a damn copy included in the back of the book!

Overall Rating: cupcupcupcup 4/5 teacups 

Where to buy a copy

Can’t wait to get your copy? Head to Book Depository and grab one now.

Are you a fellow Aussie and want to shop local try Booktopia. They have fast delivery and some great sales.

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