‘P.S. I Love You’ Is Getting A Book Sequel And Fans Are Freaking Out

Lynne Versluys 17 Mar 2019

Get ready to sob over Holly and Jerry all over again.

The Golden Age Of Romantic Comedies

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While a case could maybe be made for the '90s, it is common knowledge that the '00s were the Golden Age of Romantic Comedies. You've got Legally Blonde, Notting Hill, Bridget Jones's Diary, need I go on?

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The Biggest Tear Jerker Of All

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While it may be more rom than com, P.S. I Love You also deserves a spot on that list. Starring Hillary Swank and Gerard Butler, this cathartic trip through Ireland is your best friend when you need a good, hard cry.

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Made Gerard Butler A Sex Symbol

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While some people may think that 300 and all the glistening abs made Gerard Butler a heartthrob, but no. The swoon factor came from the terminal, letter writing Jerry and his not-so-convincing Irish accent (listen, the natural Scottish brogue just can't be stopped).

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A Hit Novel

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P.S. I Love You was initially a novel by Cecelia Ahern, who wrote the book when she was just 21-years-old.

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Set Up A Massive Career

The hit novel ended up propelling her writing career to the next level, writing 15 (so far!) more novels. They've sold over 25 million copies in 40 countries and have been translated into 30 languages. It's safe to say that romance fans are eternally grateful to Ahern and her work.

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A Sequel On The Way

Luckily, she's showing no signs of slowing down. She announced this week that she has written Postscript, a sequel to P.S. I Love You. Are you squealing with joy/sobbing from feels yet?

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The Sequel We Deserve

Honestly, this is what the fans deserve. P.S. I Love You was so wonderful, but there are questions that still need answering. Did Holly make it as a show designer? Are she and William still together? Did she ever have a baby? Is Denise still the sassiest? These are the things that the fans need to know!

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A UK Release Date

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According to Ahern, Postscript will be getting a September 19th released date in the UK and Ireland, and surely a US one will be announced in good time, right? RIGHT?

Side note: someone call Hillary Swank and Gerard Butler​ because we need a movie sequel too.

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The Second Coming Of Romantic Comedies

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We're officially living through the renaissance of the romantic comedy, and this is further proof. Stock up on the rosé and plan your next girls night, y'all!

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