Here's What Happens To Lara Jean And Peter In The Next Two 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before’ Books

6 September 2018, 16:04 | Updated: 14 April 2019, 18:34

By Sam Prance

We need time to process all of this...

It's safe to say that we're obsessed with To All the Boys I've Loved Before. Ever since Netflix dropped the teen rom-com last month, we've not been able to stop thinking about it. Not only is the story all kinds of perfect (we wish that we had a Peter K in our lives at school) but it's also incredible to see a major young adult film cast an Asian American lead (give Lana Condor all of the awards).

However, long before TATBILB was wowing viewers as a film, it was the first in a best-selling trilogy of three books. Critically acclaimed author Jenny Han released the TATBILB novel back in 2015 and since then Lara Jean and Peter K have gained a legion of fans worldwide. And now, viewers of the film are wondering what happens after Lara Jean and Peter K walk into the sunset.

With that in mind, we've compiled a summary of how the series pans out.


To All the Boys I've Loved Before
To All the Boys I've Loved Before. Picture: Netflix

First things first, the film actually ends after the second book starts. That adorable final scene in which Lara Jean and Peter K officially start dating doesn't happen until the beginning of P.S. I Still Love You. Not to mention, all of the hot tub teasing drama is part of the second book, too. So, without further ado, here's a summary of P.S. I Still Love You and Always and Forever, Lara Jean.

P.S. I Still Love You


After Peter and Lara Jean finally get together and Peter stops people from teasing Lara Jean for their hot tub escapades (in the book a video is spread around school), Lara Jean receives a letter from John Ambrose McClaren. John reveals that he received her love letter (he was one of her five original crushes). The two then become pen pals even though it's obvious that John likes Lara Jean.

In the books, Lara Jean didn't just meet John at Model UN either. Lara Jean, Peter and Genevieve were all childhood friends. After finding out that the neighbourhood treehouse that they used to play in is about to be cut down, Lara Jean invites John to a reunion party with Peter in which they dig up a time capsule that they buried there. Much to Lara Jean's annoyance, Peter brings Gen.

Lara Jean and Peter then become suspicious of each other. The four of them play Assassins like they used to do when they were kids and Lara Jean breaks up with Peter when she finds out that he knew that Gen shared the hot-tub video around school. However, after winning Assasins, Lara Jean learns that Peter has been kind to Gen because her father's been having an affair.

The two meet up later to discuss their issues and profess their love for each other. Our hearts.

Always And Forever, Lara Jean


The book opens with Lara Jean and Peter in their final year of high school, both planning to study at the University of Virginia (UVA) together. Peter gets in with a lacrosse scholarship but Lara Jean is rejected. She gets an offer to the College of William and Mary but she decides that she will attend and then attempt to transfer to UVA after her freshman year.

Nevertheless, Lara Jean soon finds out that she has been taken off the waitlist for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) and been accepted. Chris encourages Lara Jean to check out the campus and Lara Jean decides she'd rather go there than the College of William and Mary. Peter is upset because its really far from UVA.

After graduation, Lara Jean, Peter and their friends go on holiday together and almost have sex but Peter chooses not to. At home, Lara Jean finds out that Peter is considering transferring to UNC and his mum asks Lara Jean to break- up with Peter because their relationship could affect his future, so Lara Jean does.

However, before university begins, Lara Jean reveals to Peter that she only did it for him and that she still loves him. They reunite, confident that they will stay together forever. It's okay we're crying, too.


In conclusion, the books contain a whole lot of drama and romance and that's only the bare bones of what happens in them. We've not even mentioned Dr. Covey's love story or what's next for Kitty and Margot. You need to read the trilogy.

Here are just a few of the reactions to the books.

Now, if Netflix could hurry up and confirm those sequel rumours, that would be amazing.