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Love Letters Gone Awry

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July 16, 2014 - 7:00am

To All the Boys I've Loved BeforeJenny Han, author of the Summer series and coauthor of the Burn for Burn series, returns with the start of a new series, To All the Boys I've Loved Before. The main character, Lara Jean, and her sisters, Margot and Kitty, have always been incredibly close, taking care of one another since their mother passed away. The Song girls, as they call themselves to honor their mother's Korean heritage, run the household while their father, a doctor, is busy at work. As the novel begins, Lara Jean's happy, but sometimes boring life, gets turned upside down.

 

When Margot, the oldest of the Song girls heads off to college in Scotland, she breaks up with Josh, her boyfriend and the quintessential boy next door, who Lara Jean once secretly loved. Lara Jean wrote Josh a letter when he and Margot started dating so she could move on and stop loving him, a practice she's used with every boy she's loved before. She keeps the letters in a hat box, looking at them from time to time, but never sending them. One day, she finds the box and letters missing, and the boys she once loved start approaching her in school about the letters.

 

Lara Jean and Peter, one of the boys she loved in middle school, decide to pretend to date, so she can avoid awkwardness with Josh, and Peter can make his ex-girlfriend jealous. Readers will enjoy Lara Jean and Peter trying to keep up their dating charade, as she's forced to confront her feelings for all the boys and their feelings for her. To All the Boys I've Loved Before is a realistic, romantic teen book perfect for readers looking for a fun summer read! Be on the lookout for the sequel, P.S. I Still Love You.

Laura

 
 

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