We'll Always Have Summer - Jenny Han

We'll Always Have Summer

By Jenny Han

  • Release Date - Published: 2011-04-26
  • Book Genre: Coming of Age
  • Author: Jenny Han
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 1,866 Ratings)

We'll Always Have Summer Jenny Han read online review & book description:

Can Belly make a final choice between Jeremiah and Conrad? Find out in the conclusion of the New York Times bestselling The Summer I Turned Pretty trilogy from the author of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (now a major motion picture!).

Belly has only ever been in love with two boys, both with the last name Fisher. And after being with Jeremiah for the last two years, she’s almost positive he is her soul mate. Almost. While Conrad has not gotten over the mistake of letting Belly go, Jeremiah has always known that Belly is the girl for him. So when Belly and Jeremiah decide to make things forever, Conrad realizes that it’s now or never—tell Belly he loves her, or lose her for good.

Belly will have to confront her feelings for Jeremiah and Conrad and face the inevitable: She will have to break one of their hearts.

This paperback edition features bonus content, including Conrad’s letters to Belly and an excerpt of Burn for Burn, the upcoming new book from Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian!

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Posted Reviews

  • My favorite Author

    By SDeneesh
    I have never been much of a pleasure reader, but Jenny Han has changed that for me! Love Jenny Han and loved this series. So good!

    By thecoolioperson
    this is probably one of the best series I’ve ever read. Even though it made me cry so much i loved it!
  • Didn’t like the ending

    By BookEmpire
    Spoiler but she honestly should get with the first brother I feel like the author forced the 1st brother to look good again and be like but oh look he’s doing it cause of his dead mother and the author had to force the whole cheating but not really with the 2nd Brother just so we won’t want her with him and ending the wedding day if are you stupid but yeah she did treat him like second choice and the ending proved it but hey somehow she hot both brothers even though she sounds dumb
  • What a Series!

    By ashlinlee
    I am so glad I found these books! It is the best series, in fact even as individual books, I’ve read so far. An emotional roller coaster with quite a few unexpected twists. A very good book!
  • Omg

    By KriKri2994
    My heart. I’m emotionally drained. 3 books 3 days. IM IN LOVEEEEEE with Conrad. I’m sooo happy they ended up together. I cried, laughed, and went on this emotional rollercoaster with Belly.
  • An adult reading YA

    By Miko_B
    I need to preface this by saying I’m a 26 year old woman, not a high school teen. That being said, of course there were flaws in this series, a few inconsistencies that stuck with me-maybe a little too much-but overall, it was a fun read. The writing style was fluid and elegant, making for an easy and light read. The character development was wonderful. I loved watching them all grow up, really seeing every step. Belly was a character you could relate to, could love, but could also disagree with. She was raw and real. She made selfish mistakes, but don’t we all? Jeremiah- he was redeeming in almost all ways. He was kind and full of life. Ever fun, ever loving. I hated the uncharacteristic mistake he made, I didn’t feel like it make any sense. But the way he was brought to forgiveness, I felt it was very accurate. It was very much a terrible mistake a kid in college could make, and he felt remorse. He gets a lot of complaints for being so immature. At the end of the book though, he’s only 21; he IS young, he is immature. There are so many years for him to grow. I adored him from start to finish. Conrad was different. He was broody, and by far the most self-serving character in the story. If he wasn’t happy, no one could be. There were hardly any redeeming qualities. He did love with his whole heart, those close to him. He just loves himself a lot more. I hated his character as a love interest, but I loved his relationship with Laurel after his mom passed. I could see him as a great friend, just not the partner for Belly. All this being said, I feel like Belly choosing Conrad was a very inappropriate mistake. Especially in a book for young, impressionable readers. Conrad was manipulative, emotionally abusive. He should not have gotten his way, no matter how much Belly loved him. She loved Jeremiah too. It felt forced that she picked Conrad, like Stockholm syndrome almost. The good guys can win, and we need to teach our daughters and sons this.
  • oh boy

    By Jaeeee 😝
    it was good, really good. but i just wish it hadn’t gotten so complicated. i’m crying. i’m also emotionally weak so if you like really good romance books and can handle them, engulf yourself in this series
  • Omg

    By hdlhfluflhdlud
    This book is the best out of the three from the series. I love how Jenny Han shows Conrad’s point of view—finally! The end was not expected to and it is just a very cute love story!
  • Must buy

    By Lillllu
    I wish the author would make a book for like when they all have kids and have it as one of their point of view.
  • In love with Jenny Han

    By Pink penguinloollolloo
    I have come to love every book Jenny Han has wrote. This one is honestly the icing on the cake. This amazing series has made me cry and smile on every page. Why can't there be more?!!

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