To allow her to express her feelings, Lara Jean decided to write 5 letters to all the boys she has had a crush on in the past. Of course, these letters were never meant to be sent. Until one day, when they mysteriously find their way out of her special hiding space, and all of a sudden, her next door neighbour and her sister’s boyfriend, Josh Sanderson, and the popular loved-by-everyone Peter Kavinsky, among others, know the intense feelings she once had for them. Now she must face the boys who once meant so much to her as she begins to realise that some still do…
This novel is the perfect book to curl up with on a cold autumnal day – it made me feel really warm inside. If you’ve watched the Netflix film (which I’ve talked about here) and then read the book, you’ll find the two very different – I can only think of a few scenes from the book that are in the same setting with the same things happening as the book.
I think that this book has a very accessible writing style, making it an easy read and not too heavy. If that’s what you enjoy in a book, I would really recommend this!
On the whole, if you’re looking for an easy-to-read book whose protagonist you’ll love then make sure you add To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before to your to-be-read list! I personally really enjoyed this book – Lara and her sisters were so sweet. I’m going to read the next two books so I that know what happens before the films come out!