Book Review : We’ll Always Have Summer (Summer #3) by Jenny Han


Title:  We’ll Always Have Summer (Summer 3#)

 By: Jenny Han

Published: 2012 by Razor Bill

By: Penguin

Genre:  YA – Romance – Contemporary

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.



4.5 / 5 Stars


“He didn’t give me flowers or candy. He gave me the moon and the stars. Infinity”


My emotions! Omg, I never thought this series could make me feel this way, but it did !, and I’m very happy about the end of this book, I can say that it’s my favorite of the trilogy.

At the beginning I was a little worried, because of the behavior of the characters and their selfish attitudes throughout the books, I believed that this would continue and I wouldn’t enjoy my reading, but luckily guys, it has improved a lot! I’m pleacently surprised by the fact that the characters have managed to grow a lot and as in this opportunity have already spent a couple of years of the previous books, that makes sense.

This book is beautiful from the beginning, I really enjoy it a lot, and despite some things that seemed strange to me, they weren’t important enough to lower my rating for it.
I love the fact that the beginning of the book is two years after the facts of the book two, that may be a bit annoying for you, I don’t know, I really like the jumps over time in books, for some reason I found them exciting and mysterious , so it was something positive for me.

“Maybe that was how it was with all first loves. They own a little piece of your heart, always.”


I was so pleased that Belly has finally made a good decision for her, but then things unfold in an unexpected way and the circumstances made me feel more connected with Belly and helped me empathize more with her, which Was great, since I came from problematic moments in my relationship with this character.

Something change in me with this book, and it could be a great standalon book, but there is that, what happened was that my feelings leaned more towards Conrad this time, and however much I will always feel alot affection for Jere, this time I couldn’t wait to see the Conrad and Belly moments, basically I ship this relationship like crazy, practically I’ve lived for the scenes they had together, omg so perfect full of tencion, my heart stopped every time I read their scenes, it was just perfect and I enjoyed it a lot.


“But just because you bury something, that doesn’t mean it stops existing.”

The book also answers many of our questions and solves many doubts about the behavior of the characters previously

This time I wish the reading wasn’t so fast paced, because the book seemed very short 😦 , maybe it’s just me who did’nt want it to end and wanted to continue reading about them, I think I was right when I said I would miss them.

The end is incredible, I love it !, I have to confess that I’ve cried like a baby, it was very emotional and tense and unexpected, I really was very happy and I am quite proud of the growth of each one of them.
Maybe the end doesn’t work for some of you, because I think it could have been explained a little more, on the other hand went straight to the point and for me it was magical and beautiful!

So I recommend this trilogy for love lovers!, Yeah for them, and for those who want a quick and emotional reading.

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17 thoughts on “Book Review : We’ll Always Have Summer (Summer #3) by Jenny Han

  1. This was my favorite book from the whole entire series, even though I spoiled myself on the ending when I started the book. You are not the only one who cried at the ending of the book. My tears were more for the, “I can’t believe that I just finished this book series!” Belly was the best in this book. I hated her in the first book but I really enjoyed her in this book.
    Glad you enjoyed the book! 🙂

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  2. I just want to thank you for reviewing the first book and reminding me I had to read it. I read all three in four days and wow I loved every one of them!! I too loved the ending and cried like a little girl!!

    Once again I’m reminded of why I love Jenny Han!!

    Thanks again!!

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  3. This author has been on my radar so far. Some bloggers even recommend this author. Thanks for sharing. Great review. 🙂 Is there a love triangle? Don’t tell me someone dies at the end. 😦
    I love to know the ending before jumping in. 🙂

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  4. […] ☕️ We’ll Always Have Summer (Summer #3) by Jenny Han : I’ve already talked about the other books of this trilogy in past letters, but I have to mention this addictive and catchy conclusion. These books follow a girl who returns to the house of her mother’s friend every summer and there she meets two brothers who will fight over her love. It’s not a complex story, to be honest, but it’s all you need to have to spend an amazing time. Besides being fun and romantic, these books also play some more delicate family themes. I highly recommend this trilogy, especially to devour it in the summer ||My Review|| […]


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