I took three of my favorite YA contemporary novels from this year for today’s marry, date, or dump. You can choose from Peter K. from P.S. I Still Love You, by Jenny Han, Ollie from Everything, Everything, by Nicola Yoon, and Max from The Start of Me and You, by Emery Lord. Time to decide who you want to marry, who you want to date, and who you want to dump – then let me know your choices in the comments!
I’ve said before that I think one of my main measures for a good book are how reluctant I am to move on after finishing the last page. P.S. I Still Love You, by Jenny Han, definitely earns high marks in this test. I’m still spending lots of time thinking about Lara Jean and her suitors. In all this thinking time, I realized that Lara Jean’s companion novels set up the perfect trifecta of boys to marry, date or dump: Peter, Josh, and John McClaren. So if you’ve read either, or both, books feel free to jump in and let me know in the comments who you’d marry, who you’d date, an who you’d dump. Continue reading “Marry, Date or Dump: Peter, Josh & John from To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, by Jenny Han”→
There have been a few books that have totally clicked with me in the past 2-3 years. Books that I’ve read and reread and reread again, and also books that have really directed the kind of stories I want to be writing. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, by Jenny Han, (which I completely fangirl all over in this review) was one of those books for me. It’s one that, both as a reader and as a writer, I keep coming back to. So you can imagine my asdfghjkl!!!! levels of excitement when I finally got P.S. I Still Love You in my hands on Tuesday. So excited that I read the book in one sitting, laughing, swooning, and even sobbing at one point as I worked my way through the rest of Lara Jean’s love letter journey. ***Before I continue, I just want to point out that while I won’t have any spoilers for this book, as a sequel it’s impossible to discuss it without spoiling some things about its predecessor, so proceed with caution***Continue reading “P.S. I Still Love You, by Jenny Han”→