3. Lara Jean and Peter’s love-out
In “To All the Boys: Always and Forever”, Lara Jean and Peter split up after she decided to study in New York. In a very romantic way, Lara Jean wants to sleep with Peter for the first time after her prom, but Peter stops her and ends the relationship.
In the book, Lara Jean is the one who ends the relationship. She gets drunk at the bachelorette party of her future mother-in-law Trina and, drunk, announces the end of the relationship due to the distance.
The teenager loves romances and believes in true love – an alcoholic, impulsive decision would have been more than surprising for fans of the films.
The film touches you more with Peter’s gesture when he writes a love letter to his loved one. Alluding to the first part, he wrote a new love contract, which he gave Lara Jean after her father and Trina married. In it they promise to love each other “Always and Forever”.