Monday, August 24, 2015

Music Matching Monday: P.S. I Still Love You

So since I'm still on a hangover from this book, I decided to pair this one with a song this week! If you have already read this book or it's previous book or you haven't touched either one yet, these two books To All The Boys I've Loved Before and P.S. I Still Love You follow a girl named Lara Jean who is trying to learn how to be a normal teen but doesn't have it easy as she starts falling in love and quickly learns that love is a very complicated yet amazing experience. I found Lara Jean to be an entertaining character because of how young and naive she was. She didn't try to deny the fact that she was young and dumb when it came to love but she was still set on just being herself, however silly or immature she seemed. Hope you guys enjoy this one! When it comes to love, you really can't blame a girl for trying.

CAN'T BLAME A GIRL FOR TRYING by Sabrina Carpenter

1 comment:

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