58 pages 1 hour read

Jenny Han

Always and Forever, Lara Jean

Fiction | Novel | YA | Published in 2017

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Chapters 29-32

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Chapter 29 Summary

Lara Jean reflects on her last day of school as a senior. Peter wants to skip classes, but she is excited to say goodbye to her teachers. Peter has forgotten Lara Jean’s yearbook again, which upsets her because she had wanted to get more signatures. She reasons that she could still pass it around at graduation. The day is not designed to be taxing; Lara Jean has brought cookies with her, and her final grades are all good. While Lara Jean is overcome by nostalgia cleaning out her locker, Lucas is practical when he says he probably won’t see any of his fellow classmates ever again once he moves to New York. Lara Jean reminds him about Beach Week. After school, Lara Jean goes home with Peter, who has the home to himself that afternoon. He has new bedding that he shamelessly admits his mom put together for him. She thinks he looks beautiful in the afternoon light, and they snuggle. Soon they are kissing and making out, something Peter points out they only do at his house, and Lara Jean admits is because her room reminds her of being a little girl.

The phone rings downstairs, and while Peter is gone answering it, Lara Jean sees her yearbook and opens it to find he hasn’t written her a note.