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The Summer I Turned Pretty has 10 entries in the series. Summer love abounds in the New York Times bestselling The Summer I Turned Pretty series from Jenny Han about a girl who must choose between two. Read The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han for free with a 30 day free trial. Read unlimited* books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android.

In the end, Laurel shows up and makes a deal with Mr.

Fisher that Conrad and Jeremiah can personally keep the house if Conrad returns to college and passes all his exams. The adults leave and Belly and Jeremiah help prepare Conrad for his exams. Things seem to go well, but take an abrupt turn for the worse when Conrad walks in on Belly and Jeremiah kissing. Conrad, however, tells his brother he is over Belly and it is okay if the two get together. In We'll Always Have Summer, which takes place two years later, it is revealed that Conrad lied when saying he was over Belly and has always been in love with her.

He spends time throughout the novel fighting his true feelings and pretending he does not care for her. However, once he discovers at Jeremiah's bachelor party how he cheated on Belly, Conrad becomes furious and leaves. When Belly later comes across him, Conrad confesses his long-hidden love for her before begging her not to marry his brother and to be with him, breaking down into tears.

Belly turns him down, claiming he is too late, breaking his heart. The next day, Conrad apologizes to Belly because he was "too drunk" during his confession, but Belly knows he is lying. After Jeremiah finds out about his brother's feelings for Belly, he goes missing on his wedding day. Conrad finds him at their mother's garden.

They fight and Jeremiah soon disowns him as his brother, saying that he is "dead" to him. Conrad bids Belly goodbye, and gives her back his infinity necklace, saying it "always" belonged to her and "always will".

In the epilogue, Conrad has not contacted Belly for two years before sending her his first handwritten letter, which then come "each and every month" through the rest of her college years. He then shows up at her college graduation, and they get back together.

This all leads up to his marriage proposal two years into their relationship. The series ends with Belly marrying Conrad, and the couple starting a new life together. Jeremiah "Jere" Fisher: At the outset of the series, he is the "golden" boy, the one who appears to be untainted in the eyes of everyone.

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He is a good friend to Belly and a loving brother to Conrad. He steps aside as Conrad pursues Belly, even when he came to realize his own feelings for her. In It's Not Summer Without You, he grows tired of burying his feelings for Belly and abruptly kisses her while sitting in a car with her; she kisses back, only for Conrad to discover them.

Despite being near furious of what he caught the two doing, Conrad gives Jeremiah permission to have his chance with Belly.

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In We'll Always Have Summer, his character has gone through an ugly transformation from golden boy to frat boy, even cheating on Belly with the "sister sorority slut". He proposes to Belly to prove his remorse, but is shown to have dramatically changed for the worse. He remains jealous of Conrad and Belly's friendship and even uses his engagement to Belly to spite Conrad.

However, when he discovers that Conrad confessed his feelings for her, he takes off the night before the wedding and fails to show up on the day.

Conrad finds him and confronts him about who loves and deserves Belly more. After reading a letter for "him" from their mom, and discovering it was actually meant for Conrad, Jeremiah disowns Conrad as his brother. In the epilogue, he is seen at Conrad and Belly's wedding with a new girl, leaving the status of the two brothers' relationship unclear. Susannah "Beck" Fisher: The rock that everyone seems to cling to. Reading about their summer adventures, quarrels, reconciliation, friendship and love was a lot of fun.

Jenny Han has a very casual writing style. I read this novel in one sitting, it very easy to read, not because of a plain content, but flowing writing.

The Summer I Turned Pretty is a funny and youthful read. Special about The Summer I Turned Pretty is that its romance, happenings and emotions are anything but easy or plain because beside fun and frieds it also deals with very emotional and serious topics. This novel should definitely be in the bag you pack for your next holidays!

To her, the months in between summer are nothing but passing time until the next summer starts. Summer is a time that everything happens, and when Belly is happiest. Most summer's are the same. Driving down to the beach house with her mother and brother, Steven, swimming at night when she can't sleep, but finally, one summer, everything changes. When Belly gets to the beach house, the boys she's known forever - Jeremiah and Conrad, who've been her crushes and brother figures all at once - look at her differently.

They don't just treat her like one of the guys anymore. It held a million promises of summer and of what just might be. As we got closer and closer to the house, I could feel that familiar flutter in my chest. We were almost there. I rolled down the window and took it all in.

The air tasted just the same, smelled just the same. The wind making my hair feel sticky, the salty sea breeze, all of it felt just right.

Like it had been waiting for me to get there. Steven elbowed me. Are you thinking about Conrad? For once the answer was no. No, I snapped. My mother stuck her head in between our two seats. Belly, do you still like Conrad? From the looks of things last summer, I thought there might be something between you and Jeremiah. You and Jeremiah?

What happened with you and Jeremiah? Nothing, I told them both. I could feel the flush rising up from my chest.

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I wished I had a tan already to cover it up. Please never bring that up again. My mother leaned back into the backseat. Done, she said. Because he was Steven, he tried anyway. Get over it, I told him. Telling Steven anything would only give him ammunition to make fun of me. And anyway, there was nothing to tell. There had never been anything to tell, not really.

Beck was Susannah Fisher, formerly Susannah Beck. My mother was the only one who called her Beck.

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And they had the scars to prove it—identical marks on their wrists that looked like hearts. Susannah told me that when I was born, she knew I was destined for one of her boys.

She said it was fate. Actually, she said lovers, but that word made me cringe. Susannah put her hands on my cheeks and said, Belly, you have my unequivocal blessing. For me, Cousins was less about the town and more about the house.

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The house was my world. We had our own stretch of beach, all to ourselves. The summer house was made up of lots of things. The wraparound porch we used to run around on, jugs of sun tea, the swimming pool at night—but the boys, the boys most of all.

I always wondered what the boys looked like in December. I tried to picture them in cranberry-colored scarves and turtleneck sweaters, rosy-cheeked and standing beside a Christmas tree, but the image always seemed false.

I did not know the winter Jeremiah or the winter Conrad, and I was jealous of everyone who did. I got flip-flops and sunburned noses and swim trunks and sand. But what about those New England girls who had snowball fights with them in the woods?

The ones who snuggled up to them while they waited for the car to heat up, the ones they gave their coats to when it was chilly outside.The shorts looked a whole lot better on her.

This action might not be possible to undo. I leaned over Steven and honked the horn twice, which in our summer language meant, Come help with the bags, stat. I wished I had a tan already to cover it up. I missed his curls. From the looks of things last summer, I thought there might be something between you and Jeremiah.