Book Review: We’ll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han

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Title: We’ll always have summer

Author: Jenny Han

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Series: The summer I turned Pretty (#3)

Genre: Contemporary, Romance, YA

Pages: 321

Format: eBook (Kindle/ PDF)

Preview Also Posted On: Goodreads

Book Synopsis:

 It’s been two years since Conrad told Belly to go with Jeremiah. She and Jeremiah have been inseparable ever since, even attending the same college– only, their relationship hasn’t exactly been the happily ever after Belly had hoped it would be. And when Jeremiah makes the worst mistake a boy can make, Belly is forced to question what she thought was true love. Does she really have a future with Jeremiah? Has she ever gotten over Conrad? It’s time for Belly to decide, once and for all, who has her heart forever.

This Book Is About:

NOTE: SPOILER ALERT! Well it won’t be a spoiler if you’ve read the first book of the series but if you haven’t read the first book yet please don’t read this so you won’t be spoiled.

The continuation of the ever so confused Belly in choosing which of the Fisher boys she’d choose in the end. Belly and Jeremiah are dating for two years now, and they’re in the same college. The story gets to have a little drama in it (I was like YES! Drama! Go leave him and go to option number one….But NOOOOOOOO… Belly is stupidly nice to be angry at Jeremiah… Anyway.)  Belly found out that Jeremiah cheated on Belly in Cabo, they almost broke up but Jeremiah proposed. So we’ll follow how this wedding goes. All throughout the story Jeremiah and Belly seems to have everything sorted out and then Conrad came back and Belly’s confused as to what she’s feeling for him. She thought that she hid those feelings for Conrad long ago. Belly will now busy herself with her wedding with her friend Taylor, we’ll find out sooner or later whether Belly’s love for Jeremiah is stronger that her feelings for Conrad.

My Review:

The Book cover is quite plain for me, it didn’t really like tell you what you’d expect from the book unlike book 1 & 2.

Did I like the book? Nope. I LOVED it! Jenny Han really knows her stuff. Making this trilogy such a rollercoaster ride filled with ups and downs.

The book literally used up most of my emotions. By now this is the third and last book of the series and I’m still annoyed with how indecisive Belly is. Hahaha… jokes aside, it’s just that I felt really happy following Belly’s story. From the summer she turned pretty until the summer she got married to the boy she really loved.

While reading a series you really like you will definitely get attached to some characters especially the ones that really left a mark in your heart. And that’s what some of the characters did to me in this series. Though to be honest this book really had a familiar feel to like a movie or something.

this book was super good and as a whole it was fun, exciting, frustrating, annoying but worth reading.

Dialogues: were really good.

Characters: well in book two Belly really came out of her shell. In book three Conrad finally had the courage to tell Belly how he felt, this type of character development is what makes a story worth reading.

Plot: Really good.

Flow of the story: was great and also my prayers were finally answered! After book two I hoped to see Conrad’s POV and here it is.

✅Detailing: wonderful.

These are the quotes I liked:

“He was marrying my girl, and I couldn’t do anything about it.”

 

“If a girl’s the one, all bets are off Family or no family.”

 

“In my heart I knew I loved them both, as much as it is possible to love two people at the same time.”

 

“I need you to know that no matter what happens it was worth it to me. Being with you, loving you. It was all worth it.”

 

Overall  it was such a good book, you’ll finally know who wins Belly’s heart. What was in Sussanah letter for them. It was a great end for a great series. I literally finished each book within two days or less. Cause my curiosity got the best of me.

 

Rating:

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