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We'll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han

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Warning: ⚠️ Spoilers Ahead

As an enthusiast of the series, I found this book to be absolutely captivating. Unable to contain my anticipation for season 3 on Prime Video, I eagerly delved into book 3.

After taking some time to digest the whirlwind of events in We'll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han, the final installment in The Summer I Turned Pretty trilogy, I'm finally ready to share my review. Let me start by saying that when I described this book as a whirlwind, I wasn't exaggerating. It truly took me on an emotional rollercoaster, leaving me shouting at characters who seemed to be making incredibly poor choices. At its core, the book revolves around Belly's struggle to choose between Conrad and Jeremiah. Personally, I've never been a fan of love triangles involving brothers, as they often bring unnecessary turmoil to the family dynamic. Despite this, I understand that everyone has their own preferences.

The reckless decision-making and disregard for parental advice displayed by Belly and Jeremiah throughout the book left me shaking my head in disbelief. Ignoring their parents' wisdom, which was often valid, only led to further complications. If you're someone who gets frustrated by characters making repeated foolish decisions, this book might not be for you. Personally, I enjoyed it, mainly due to the resolution at the end. Although I had some burning questions like: why did Jeremiah have to betray Belly's trust? I found Belly's swift forgiveness baffling and unrealistic. Jeremiah's proposal felt manipulative, as though he was using it to evade accountability for his actions. Apologies for the rant, but this aspect of the book struck a chord with me.

In conclusion, while I found some aspects of We'll Always Have Summer frustrating, the resolution ultimately made it a worthwhile read for me. 💕

Review: 4.5/5

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