The first look photos for P.S. I Still Love You on Netflix are in and WE HAVE A LOT OF FEELINGS.
— Jenny Han (@jennyhan) December 12, 2019
More Lara Jean? First love? Friends to lovers? We need it. But waiting is hard, so here are our reading recs to distract you until February 12, 2020!!
Frankly in Love by David Yoon
P.S. I Still Love You gives us ALL the conflicting feelings about love triangles, and Frankly in Love sure does too. When Frank falls for Britt while running a fake-dating scheme with his childhood friend Joy, things get messy, leaving Frank a lot of feelings to sort out. And WE DO TOO.
My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick
Much like Lara Jean, Sam spends a lot of life looking over the fence at the boy she desires–but also like Lara Jean, she’s not watching from afar anymore. Things get REAL complicated when his massive family of brothers and sisters invite Sam into their lives with unexpected repercussions. Cue an adorable love story full of hilarious antics and unforgettable moments.
Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins
Honestly? Lola and Lara Jean would totally bond over their fashion passion and tricky romantic relationships.
For your P.S. I Still Love You hangover post February 12…
The Best Laid Plans by Cameron Lund – Coming April 7, 2020
Since P.S. I Still Love You will undeniably leave you devastated that the movie is over and we have to WAIT AGAIN, meet The Best Laid Plans by Cameron Lund!
Eighteen-year-old Keely Collins is determined to change her status as the last virgin standing. When the only other virgin in her group of friends loses it at Keely’s own eighteenth birthday party, she knows it’s time for drastic measures. If she’s going to avoid heading to college without any experience of her own, she needs to find the guy, and fast. That’s when she talks herself into a new plan: her lifelong best friend, Andrew, would never hurt or betray her, and he’s clearly been with enough girls that he can show her the ropes before she goes all the way with Dean.
Of course, the plan only works if Andrew and Keely stay friends–just friends–so things are about to get complicated…