We'll Always Have Summer (Summer #3)
Simon & Schuster
Simon & Schuster
April 26, 2011
There's only two boys that Belly has ever loved, both with the last name Fisher. After two years with Jeremiah, Belly is sure she's found her soul mate. She's almost sure she's completely over Conrad, too.
Never mind that Conrad hasn't gotten over Belly, she's happy with Jeremiah. Jeremiah who knows Belly's the girl for him.
When Jeremiah and Belly decide to take a big step, to make things between them forever, Conrad realizes he's running out of time. Either support Jeremiah and Belly's decision . . . or finally tell Belly how he feels.
We'll Always Have Summer is the best, strongest book of this trilogy. The relationships that have been built over The Summer I Turned Pretty and It's Not Summer Without You are used, developed, ended, extended in We'll Always Have Summer.
Readers who have read the first two books will love the way the series is concluded. This last book is the best of the series and fans should be more than happy with how things are resolved. Jenny Han doesn't forget any of what her characters went through in the other books or ignore events that would make a simpler story.
All of the characters get a resolution with We'll Always Have Summer and its ending. While more from these characters would definitely be welcome, things aren't left hanging or open ended for characters we've come to love. They all get an ending. (A more than satisfactory one.)
If you even kind of liked the first two books in this series, do read the third one--it's an amazing conclusion.
Thank you to Simon & Schuster's Galley Grab for the eARC of this novel.