Reading With a Side Of…

Hi All! It’s Becky. I can’t wait to watch To All the Boys: Love Always and Forever, and to help celebrate the movie’s release here is a list of recipes Lara Jean would approve of and a few books to read after you devoured the book.

The Best Ever Fruitcake Cookies from Noshing with the Nolands

Chai Sugar Cookies from Handle the Heat

Korean Tea Cookies from Kimchimari

“Chai Sugar Cookies” by Lakenvelder is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Now, for some amazing books with love stories that will hook you as much as Lara Jean and Peter’s.

Chasing Lucky by Jen Bennett

Josie Saint-Martin has spent the last five years moving from town-to-town with her mother but now they are moving back to their hometown of Beauty. Josie isn’t ready to facedown bad memories that haunt their former home but she is happy to settle into life at school from which she may actually be able to graduate. Josie’s life gets more complicated when she comes face-to-face with Lucky, a boy that was once her best friend but who she hasn’t spoken to since she and her mother left town. After Josie acts out against the most powerful family in town she finds herself once again linked to Lucky and as the two spend time together they may find love.

Today Tonight Tomorrow by Rachel Lynn Solomon

Rowan Roth and Neil McNair are high school rivals. They have been fighting to be the best of every activity and to be the top of their class. Rowan desperately wants to be valedictorian, and when she loses to Neil, she vows to beat him at their school’s annual senior-only all-night scavenger hunt. However, when Rowan and Neil learn that their classmates have teamed up to defeat them, they join forces to win, but as the night progresses, their feeling towards each other begin to change. Can they put aside their difference and possibly find love?

I Believe in a Thing Called Love by Maurene Goo

Desi Lee has a dream. She is going to go to Standford and become a doctor. She is the top student in her class, a star on her soccer team, and class president. The only thing Desi can’t do is flirt. She epically fails at flirting or even talking to a cute boy. When Luca a mysterious new boy transfers to her high school Desi is immediately drawn to him but she knows she will never get him on her own so she creates a plan. Desi turns to the place that she can learn about relationships…K-Dramas. Desi is going to create a plan using the lessons from Korean dramas to win Luca over and have an epic romance.

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