Tuesday, November 1, 2011
Belly and Jeremiah are in love. College has been amazing so far, and they have gotten to know each other more than ever. Things are going good until their relationship is put to the test. To make sure their love doesn’t waiver Belly decides to become Mrs. Fisher. Everyone says they are too young and they aren’t ready. To escape it all Belly goes to stay at Cousins Beach and plan the wedding while Jeremiah works. The thing she didn’t plan on is Conrad living there too. Belly is about to make the biggest decision of her life. She always knew one day her last name would be Fisher. She is now confronted with the man she loved first and the man who has become her best friend. Belly knew it would all come together one day, she just didn’t know it would end like this.
We’ll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han is a wonderful conclusion to a beautiful love story. I feel like in this book we get to really see all of the characters grow for better and some for worse. The much awaited glimpse into the mind of Conrad is finally seen. In this book he is no longer an untouchable Adonis, but a young man filled with so much emotion and so many regrets. I don’t think this was my favorite book of the series, but then again how can you choose one part of life over the other when each part got you where you are. This was a fitting end to such a beautiful story. I give this book a 3 ½ STAR rating.
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We'll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han is the third and final book in the Summer trilogy. This book contains approximately 304 pages and was published on April 26, 2011 by Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers. Part one of the series is entitled The Summer I Turned Pretty and part two is called It's Not Summer Without You.