The trailer picks up almost right where it left the couple after their kiss on the lacrosse field. We see Lara Jean preparing for her "first date" with now-boyfriend Peter, and a scene of the two returning to the PE track where it all started. 

While the trailer begins all romantic and dandy, Lara Jean isn't finished dealing with the consequences of her childhood love letters. John Ambrose (Jordan Fisher) is back. 

Ambrose, the model U.N. student she had a crush on in middle school, turns out to be just as awesome as he was before. Having a special connection with him isn't something Lara Jean can stop but not breaking one another's hearts may prove to be harder than they thought for her and Peter.

Netflix's' synopsis for the film reads, "Lara Jean and Peter have just taken their romance from pretend to officially real when another recipient of one of her love letters enters the picture."

The sneak peek also features characters Christine (Madeleine Arthur) and Lucas (Trezzo Mahoro). 

If fans are freaking out about the potential love triangle, fear not. Even if this movie doesn't end the way they were hoping (with Lara Jean and Peter stronger than ever) there's a third installment coming and it's already been filmed

If you're ready to see Peter fight for the girl he loves, then set aside all your Valentine's day plans because To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You begins streaming on Netflix February 12. 

Check out the full trailer below.