To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before #1) by Jenny Han
Haven’t we all dealt with crushes in teens? The pain, the agony, the pining-all the bittersweet experiences are a part of growing up. While crushes don’t last forever, their memories surely do.
Well, she too has her share of secret crushes. Her heart skips a beat whenever she sees Josh, the boy next door. Hold on, he is not the only one in her heart. She has a soft corner for Peter, Kenny, Lucas …actually we have lost the count. But that doesn’t matter. What matters is that she never approaches the boys, but writes a letter to them instead. She keeps her secret love letters in a beautiful box gifted to her by her mother. Time moves on and she discovers that the letters are mysteriously delivered to the corresponding boys. To her amazement; she is approached by each one of them. While the turn of events is surprising, the situation works in her favor. She gets a chance to come out clear with her feelings in the open. She discovers that it is ok to have a crush and the feeling might be reciprocated after all. The culmination comes in the beautiful revelation: Love and live as if there is no tomorrow.