Lara Jean is having the best senior year a girl could ever hope for. She is head over heels in love with her boyfriend, Peter; her dad’s finally getting remarried to their next door neighbor, Ms. Rothschild; and Margot’s coming home for the summer just in time for the wedding.
But change is looming on the horizon. And while Lara Jean is having fun and keeping busy helping plan her father’s wedding, she can’t ignore the big life decisions she has to make. Most pressingly, where she wants to go to college and what that means for her relationship with Peter. She watched her sister Margot go through these growing pains. Now Lara Jean’s the one who’ll be graduating high school and leaving for college and leaving her family—and possibly the boy she loves—behind.
When your heart and your head are saying two different things, which one should you listen to?
I guess I’m just not a huge fan of this series. I came into this third book with high hopes, the second one was a definite improvement over the first. Unfortunately, this was a step back in the wrong direction.
Lara Jean grates on my nerves. She’s controlling and selfish and seems to have no desire to consider other’s feelings unless they are about herself. I get it, she’s a teenager. But it’s just frustrating and boring and I never thought this book would end. I kept thinking that this story would’ve been more interesting from any other character’s point of view.
I wish the author had fast-forwarded through college, or a few years into college, for a more interesting story. Instead, it just felt like we were going around in circles, over the same things over and over, just to end up right where we started without any actual growth or plan or development. I’m glad the series ends here, I don’t think I could make it through another book.