P.S. I Like You by Kasie West is an adorable YA contemporary romance that embodies a fluffy version of the enemies to lovers trope. In this novel, Lily, a girl who doesn’t quite fit in but is relatively comfortable with herself, starts writing notes to an anonymous pen pal. Lily is eventually torn between keeping the note-writing anonymous and trying to find the person that she’s fallen for through paper.
Although this book had some darker themes, such as absent parents, it was overall very positive. Isabel and Lily had a wonderful friendship; they were both very supportive of the other. Other than that, the storyline and the characters bordered on cheesy, and the plot was pretty predictable, but that didn’t make this story any less lovable. P.S. I Like You was just insanely adorable and charming; I was smiling in anticipation the whole time.