A Sweet Love Letter: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

Hi, lovers! I love you all like lovers. Really, I love you, and you, and you, and you I don’t know but I could definitely see loving you. But most of all, I love Love.  

Jack Mc.Farland, Will and Grace

Dear Nerdies,

There is this new Korean American author who writes sweet sweet love stories, her name is Jenny Han.

Sometime in December last year, I casually started to read one of her book, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. It is a story of two highschoolers who aren’t supposed to be a cute couple naturally, yet they are.

Little did I know that I was getting myself into a chain reading.

Once I finished reading the book, I figured out that it was a part of a trilogy. Of course a lover like me would never leave a love story hanging. Hence for the next two days, this too-old lover did absolutely nothing but finishing all three books of the trilogy, voraciously swallowing P. S. I Love You and Always and Forever, Lara Jean.

You know how sometimes when you read a love story, your heart flutters so much as if you’re the one in the story? This story will do exactly that to you. Repeatedly. Addictive-ly. (if that’s even a word)

I read the story. I smiled. I cringed. I laughed. I cried. A lot. I hated. I loved. I climaxed.

Love books are totally porn for us girls. And girls, these books are a good porn. They will satisfy your lust of love. 

And then I repeated from reading to climaxing over. And over again. And again. Until I lost counts.

Yes, these books are that sweet and addictive.

I think you really should read these books. Also please keep in mind that the right order is To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before first, P. S. I Love You second, and Always and Forever, Lara Jean is last. Make sure you don’t mess up the order, or else you will know what you shouldn’t too early and surely that will ruin the mystery for you.

And you’re supposed to read all three books, (again, it’s a trilogy!) because I am afraid the ending of the first book will leave you high and dry. You hate that feeling, don’t you? Well, I know I do. So just think of the three books as one big book, cause that’s exactly how it is.  

Last but not least, to say that the real ending of the story is beautiful is an understatement.


I intentionally write this post letter-like, because I still can’t forget Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky, and their teenage love.

15 thoughts on “A Sweet Love Letter: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

  1. All the feels with this trilogy! I am just glad I discovered it after all 3 books were published. I would have died if I read the first book and had to wait a year for the 2nd and then again for the 3rd!!! Such a GREAT series, I love Lara Jean & Peter SO MUCH!

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      1. Oh! My! God! So do I!! I have this dreamy imagination of Peter and I am afraid if I watch the movie, I will be hit by the reality that no one is that dreamy and handsome. (I am totally too old for feeling this deep towards a novel!!Haha!)

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  2. I’ve heard a LOT about the books and the Netflix movie adaptation, but I don’t like romances that much. Still, people tell me my literary taste is too depressing and I need to read something light and fun once in a while, so who knows? Just out of curiosity, have you seen the movie and did you think it was a worthy adaptation? 🙂


    1. Nope. I didn’t like the movie at all. 😭 And I heard they’ve been preparing the second one, and I don’t think I am going to watch it. 😢 But the books are good, very light, you’ll finish them all in a day. 😀😀

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