In the third and (probably?) final installment in the life and loves of Lara Jean, she’s in her senior year, and all excited and ready to head off to college with Peter. She’s also planning (or rather taking over) her father’s wedding to Ms Rothchild, and on a quest to bake the perfect cookie!
But things don’t go according to plan, and Lara Jean is left scrambling as she tries to cope and make some difficult decisions.
I found the pace a little slower than the previous two books, and things didn’t really liven up till just past the half way point in the book. Lara Jean was less likable, and especially in the first half of the book, sometimes felt like reaching through the book and throttling her.
But like with the previous books, Lara Jean has some growing to do as a person, and it was great to see how the character developed throughout the course of the book.
What I loved:- Food, and cookies, and Korean face masks. A light, and cozy read, perfect for my Valentines read.
What I didn’t love:- Little in the way of antics in the retirement village.
I enjoyed all three books in the series for what they are, a light and easy read, that was the perfect break from some of the heavier, and more emotionally twisted novels. But I’m happy now to put them aside, and get into something else.