I would like to know more about what happens between Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky, as well as Margot and Josh Sanderson because the book leaves you hanging on, wondering what is going to happen with all of this stuff and I really would like to know, which is why I am creating an alternate ending, so that I can create a nice peace of mind type ending for the book, which it does not have. Their relationships with each other is so central to this story, they develop the story and each of the characters to the point where that ending makes you so curious to know what happened in the end. This subject, is very interesting to the point where I am very curious about it. To give a brief explanation about the relationships, Margot and Josh were dating at the beginning of the book, the funny thing about Josh is he is their neighbour and all of the sisters have a crush on him, even their dad loves him a lot. Josh is basically a part of the family, he knows everything there is to know about them, and the same goes for them as well, knowing everything about him. Peter on the other hand, is a stereotypical popular boy, whom is on the lacrosse team and dated the most popular girl in the school. The difference between both relationships is that Margot and Josh’s relationship is real, but well Lara Jean and Peter’s started off fake in an attempt to show Josh that she no longer had feelings for him, and the same for Peter’s ex-girlfriend, which is arguable because whenever she called, he came running. This whole topic of relationships is so important because it is not simply limited to just intimate relationships, it includes family relationships which is the central part of the story. Lara Jean is always referencing what her mother, and Margot would do/think if they were in her situation, she also thinks to herself, how she can be a better role model for her younger sister, Kitty. Ever since Lara Jean’s mom died, they have all vowed to help their father because it is obviously very difficult raising three girls as a single father and also the fact that he is a widow, probably makes him feel very sad every now and then, but he does not want the girls to lose their “Korean” side so every now and then, they have a Korean night in which they eat in the dining room and cook Korean food. All of these things show the importance of family and relationships and how they cause growth and development, which is clearly emphasized throughout the book, especially once you take into account all of the changes each character has underwent.