Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han

Always and Forever, Lara Jean

Lara Jean is having the best senior year. And there’s still so much to look forward to: a class trip to New York City, prom with her boyfriend Peter, Beach Week after graduation, and her dad’s wedding to Ms. Rothschild. Then she’ll be off to college with Peter, at a school close enough for her to come home and bake chocolate chip cookies on the weekends.Life couldn’t be mo...

Title:Always and Forever, Lara Jean
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ISBN:1481430483
Edition Language:English
Number of Pages:325 pages

Always and Forever, Lara Jean Reviews

  • Christine Delilah (Maramochabooks)

    Lara Jean will end up with Ambrose Mcclaren

    Gotta love the aesthetic.

  • Claire (not Danvers)

    HE DESERVED MORE IN THE SERIES. HE'S SUCH A PRECIOUS CINNAMON ROLL, TOO GOOD AND PURE FOR THIS WORLD.

    I HOPE FOR MORE JOHN AMBROSE MCCLAREN.

    I LIKE SAYING HIS FULL NAME OUT LOUD.

    He's smart, confident, and sweet.

    Just give me JOHN AMBROSE MCCLAREN and I wil

    HE DESERVED MORE IN THE SERIES. HE'S SUCH A PRECIOUS CINNAMON ROLL, TOO GOOD AND PURE FOR THIS WORLD.

    I HOPE FOR MORE JOHN AMBROSE MCCLAREN.

    I LIKE SAYING HIS FULL NAME OUT LOUD.

    He's smart, confident, and sweet.

    Just give me JOHN AMBROSE MCCLAREN and I will be a happy girl. Okay? Okay.

    I will be editing this review in the future once I have my book. Sigh,

  • Mikee Andrea (ReadWithMikee)

    After delaying my reading for as long as I possibly could when it comes to Jenny's books, I am finally bringing Lara Jean's story to a close. For sure this time lol. And I must say, my heart truly aches. Peter Kavinsky, Lara Jean, the Song/Covey family, and just these books in general are so near and dear to my he

    After delaying my reading for as long as I possibly could when it comes to Jenny's books, I am finally bringing Lara Jean's story to a close. For sure this time lol. And I must say, my heart truly aches. Peter Kavinsky, Lara Jean, the Song/Covey family, and just these books in general are so near and dear to my heart. I never knew how much this trilogy meant to me until now when I know it's finally goodbye. 😢

    I can't even begin to explain just how eerily similar my life is to that of Lara Jean's and her family. We're Asian. My family consists of three girls like Margot, Lara Jean, and Kitty. Our mother passed away a few years ago. It's just me, my sisters, and my dad. My dad is finally dating again and is slowly moving on. My first and only relationship to this day all started in high school. I like to think that my boyfriend is the Peter K to my Lara Jean because five years later we're still going strong after high school and even in college. Although in my case, I am the oldest and I should probably be the Margot in the family, I can't help but think that I am the Lara Jean to my own story. THESE BOOKS ARE MY LIFE.

    I wish I could say more but these books truly speak for themselves. I am so grateful for the journey that Jenny Han took us on for the past few years and Lara Jean, Peter K, and the Song girls will always be a part of me in such a unique way. Although it seems like the end of Lara Jean's story, in truth, it is only just the beginning of a whole new chapter of her life. After all, they say that every story has an end but in life, every ending is just a new beginning.

    Thank you for all the laughs, tears, chocolate chip cookies, and memories. ❤️

    Always and forever,

    Mikee Andrea

  • Nicklein Mae

    • Peter K. will win

    out there, hands down.

    • the

    references warm my whole being to another level

    too

    • ooh lala rawr

    • I like to see that side of him more often tbh

    • authentic familial drama

    • hilariousness on literal point

    • I even lost count of how many times I laughed so hard throughout this book

    • this book is

    • Peter K. will win

    out there, hands down.

    • the

    references warm my whole being to another level

    too

    • ooh lala rawr

    • I like to see that side of him more often tbh

    • authentic familial drama

    • hilariousness on literal point

    • I even lost count of how many times I laughed so hard throughout this book

    • this book is

    • Peter K. and his carrots

    • I find that really funny omggg sorry

    • is what I'm living for

    take pity on me and marry me John Ambrose <3

    • Kitty's

    • all the baking

    • all of Lara Jean's and Peter K.'s

    for each other

    • you go guys you go

    • I cried three times

    • this book is

    to be covered in glitters and fluffiness

    • what is up w that

    (If you're on #TeamPeterK through and through, you're safe to uncover this spoiler but if you're a

    trash like myself,

    )

    My edition which includes cute stickers, wedding playlist and dessert recipes is nowhere to be found! Excuse me, I must cry.

    P.S. Give my bb

    a girlfriend and a bucket of happiness already! Kthxbyemwahugs.["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Clau R.

    I JUST LOVE LARA JEAN AND PETER SO MUCH. I'M CRYING BUT I'M FINE I SWEAR.

  • Hailey (HaileyinBookland)

    Video review: to come!

    Video review book #1:

    Video review book #2:

    Initially I was not thrilled that this duology had been extended into a trilogy but after reading it, I actually think this being the conclusion is appropriate. It's a nice bookend to Lara Jean's story. I will be doing a full video review very soon, so stay tuned for that for more thoughts!

    IMO this was the best book of the 3.

    Also, IMO, the books individually are 4 stars each

    Video review: to come!

    Video review book #1:

    Video review book #2:

    Initially I was not thrilled that this duology had been extended into a trilogy but after reading it, I actually think this being the conclusion is appropriate. It's a nice bookend to Lara Jean's story. I will be doing a full video review very soon, so stay tuned for that for more thoughts!

    IMO this was the best book of the 3.

    Also, IMO, the books individually are 4 stars each, but the trilogy as a whole is more leaning towards a 5 stars. I feel like that's something that only makes sense if you've read it (but I will try to expand more in my video review).

  • Terri (Le Book Chronicles)

    I am so excited about this but why is everyone shipping Lara and John whatshisface?? Like I've spent the last two books just waiting for Lara to get with Peter and if that all of a sudden changes with book three then I think I will cry. Seriously. Maybe I need to read P.S. I still Love You again because I just don't see the appeal for John with two last names that I can't remember. I honestly spent the most of that book being like "who the hell is this John fellow and where is Peter?!" Is anyone

    I am so excited about this but why is everyone shipping Lara and John whatshisface?? Like I've spent the last two books just waiting for Lara to get with Peter and if that all of a sudden changes with book three then I think I will cry. Seriously. Maybe I need to read P.S. I still Love You again because I just don't see the appeal for John with two last names that I can't remember. I honestly spent the most of that book being like "who the hell is this John fellow and where is Peter?!" Is anyone else on the Peter ship or am I alone?

  • emi

    I must have read an entirely different series than everyone else.

    I must have. It’s the only reasonable explanation.

    I always see reviews stating that these books are so cute and relatable? They leave me befuddled because I find them to be neither. Cute? No. Relatable? No. Annoying? Yes. Unnecessary? Yes.

    I must have read an entirely different series than everyone else.

    I must have. It’s the only reasonable explanation.

    I always see reviews stating that these books are so cute and relatable? They leave me befuddled because I find them to be neither. Cute? No. Relatable? No. Annoying? Yes. Unnecessary? Yes.

    Luckily, I buddy read this with the amazing

    who, somehow, read the same book that I did and had similar thoughts and feelings. Thanks Scrill. I’m glad you didn’t leave me alone in this.

    1. Lara Jean to grow up and start acting her age.

    1. Lara Jean growing up and acting her age.

    How old was she even suppose to be? Because I'm not buying this 17/18 year old thing. She's passable at twelve.

    Was I suppose to like Lara Jean? I literally couldn't care less about anything that happened to her. She's just so immature and naive for her age. It would be one thing if she started out like that in the beginning of the series and did an entire 360 and was this strong, independent women at the end. But she wasn't, of course. She was still naive Lara Jean, the most consistent character I have had to read about. Every time she had any piece of dialogue, my eyes rolled so far to the back of my head that they might as well bought a vacation house there.

    What about the being with someone who fully understands you and who you are able to connect with? Who will support you and be with you no matter what? There's more to a relationship then couple costumes, kissing, and free rides. Or is that too much to ask for from a twelve-year-old?

    Also, in case you were wondering what Lara Jean's day is like. Step-by-step. Not even the littlest of details missing, then this is the book for you. Because she will tell you everything that happens to her. Important to the story or not. Usually the latter.

    Like I guess that's supposed to be funny? But after almost 300 pages of unnecessary detail, the last thing I possibly care about was if Lara Jean had toilet paper or not. I didn't care. I still don't care.

    Also, was I suppose to care about LJ and Peter's relationship? Was I suppose to root for them to stay together?

    If you are a fan of classic movies, much like I am, then you'll remember in one of the most iconic musical of all time,

    , when Gabriella broke up with Troy's sorry ass because she realized that her education at Stanford was more important than any relationship.

    Someone please have a movie marathon with Lara Jean and show her that entire movie like three times. She really needs to see it and learn that PETER IS NOT MORE IMPORTANT THAN GETTING A GOOD EDUCATION.

    Honestly this entire book I was just hoping Lara Jean would pull a Gabriella and dump Peter and go live her life boyfriend-free. Just walk away, girl. You deserve better than that asshole.

    Honestly, Lara Jean and Peter have nothing in common at all.

    . What did they even talk about? None of the conversations they ever had in this book were ever actually meaningful.

    Then there's Kitty who so impossibly annoying. She's what eleven? I don't think she's ever been told her entire life the word "no." There are scenes where she's up past midnight and no one even gets mad at her. Or she says the meanest things ever and barely gets a negative reaction. Then she's told she can't come to a bachelorette party BECAUSE SHE'S ELEVEN so she sneaks her way into the bachelor party. Just no Kitty. Go back to playing with your dog

    .

    I would talk about how ridiculous the plot of this book is except there is no plot.

    None.

    At all.

    Everytime a conflict comes up it gets solved by the next page.

    Literally I fell asleep reading this book about 7 times and that's not an exaggeration.

    I mean if you like this book. That's cool. I'm glad you did. But I'm gonna go back to reading

    contemporary books. I think I'm done with Jenny Han. She just isn't for me.

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