In We’ll Always Have Summer, a girl with the name of Belly has only been in love with two brothers her entire life. She always knew she would eventually end up with one of them in the future. The brothers are Conrad and Jeremiah. Belly is currently in a relationship with Jeremiah, even though she’s had a past with Conrad. However, as things get serious between Jeremiah and Belly, Conrad realizes he made a foolish mistake in the past by breaking Belly’s heart, so he does his best to try to win her over again. There is a conflict between the brothers and Belly will have to choose one boy in the end.
I would give this book four out of five stars. It was swoon-worthy and well put together. The conflict was realistic and understandable. I appreciated how Belly’s friends were honest with her when she brought up the date of her engagement to one of the boys by saying “That’s really, really soon” (Han 68). It builds up to the fact Belly will end up rethinking her decisions and Han built this masterpiece in a beautiful way. I would recommend this book to lovers of the romance genre and to those who are looking for a quick read.
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Rating: 4/5 Stars
Reviewed by: Luna (15)