There's something so endearing about this book: the plot, the characters -especially the main, Lara Jean- and the overall environment.
What one likes about this story are several key elements: the father-daughter relationship, the relationship among the three sisters and the love they profess to each other, the dialogues that are realistic and witty, without losing being "real" (I know I already said realistic), the daily snaps of what a normal life is, scenes seem natural and not part of a story, sometimes it's like you're watching real people interact without knowing that there's a hidden camera present.
This story has love and has yearning, because Lara Jean has to learn to become a young woman without her mom, as she discovers who she is, she also gets separated from her older sister's shadow to become her own being. When this book ended I really wanted to read the second one right away.
This book gets 5 laughs (from Laughing without an accent, get it?). Let me know what you thought of this novel!