Synopsis & Details:
What if the person you were falling for was a total mystery? While Lily is spacing out in Chemistry one day, she picks up her pencil and scribbles a line from one of her favorite songs on the desk. The next day, someone else has written back to her on the desk! Soon enough Lily and the mystery read more... student are exchanging notes, and lyrics, and even sharing secrets. When Lily finds out that her anonymous pen pal is a guy, she's flustered -- and kind of feels like she's falling for him. She and her best friend set out to unravel the identity of the letter writer -- but when the truth is revealed, the guy is the LAST person Lily could have ever imagined it to be. Now that Lily knows the truth, can she untangle her feelings and gather the courage to listen to her heart?
From beloved author Kasie West (The Distance Between Us) comes an utterly charming story about mixed messages, missed connections, and the magic of good old-fashioned secret admirer notes.
This book had me fangirling like a tiny tot again. It's so inexplicably fantastic.
Like I mean it's a Kasie West romance! (Like that's the only reason you should need to read this book, her romances are fantabulous)
I've read every single Kasie West romance book, and loved every single one, so I had extremely high expectations. P.S. I Like You did not disappoint, it met every single expectation plus extra bonus awesomeness.
Her romances are so perfect, and the characters so well developed.
I guessed who the mysterious desk writer was pretty early on, like 10 or so pages. (I guess you could say I'm a genius) It does get a bit obvious in the second half of the book (at least in my opinion) however it didn't ruin the book or anything.
P.S. I Like You also brought to mind that the way you perceive people isn't always a hundred percent correct.
While falling in love with someone through desk notes is a tad cliche, I'm completely in love with this romance (her books always remind me how eternally single I am unfortunately). I had a few issues with this book such as clicheness and it was a bit predictable at points, however P.S I Like You was just so enjoyable it still gets 5 stars.
Rating: 5/5 Stars
Have you read a Kasie West? Do you like cliche, think it's okay, or vehemently hate it? (this might be a topic for a future discussion post)