This Is So Not Happening (He's So/She's So Trilogy Series #3)

This Is So Not Happening (He's So/She's So Trilogy Series #3)

by Kieran Scott
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This Is So Not Happening (He's So/She's So Trilogy Series #3) by Kieran Scott

Just when Ally and Jake think they’ve finally got it together, things fall completely apart in this drama-filled conclusion to the He’s So/She’s So trilogy.

After their long summer apart, Ally and Jake were hoping for a drama-free senior year. Instead
they are faced with a turn of events that threaten to tear them apart...for good.
It turns out that Chloe is pregnant and says that Jake is the father. Hammond is pissed at his best friend, and he cannot believe that Ally would stay with Jake. But Ally’s willingness to make it work is tested when Jake starts blowing her off to go to doctor’s appointments with Chloe, and Ally joins the school play—and meets a cute guy.
As graduation approaches, new secrets come out and Ally realizes maybe Jake isn’t the guy she thought he was. After everything they’ve been through, can Ally and Jake get out of Orchard Hill with their relationship intact?
The gossip-fueled action of She’s So Dead to Us and He’s So Not Worth It comes full circle in this can’t-miss conclusion to a popular series.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781416999553
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers
Publication date: 05/01/2012
Series: He's So/She's So Trilogy Series , #3
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 677,754
Product dimensions: 5.80(w) x 8.34(h) x 1.14(d)
Lexile: HL670L (what's this?)
Age Range: 12 - 17 Years

About the Author

Kieran Scott is the author of the Non-Blonde Cheerleader series along with the He’s So/She’s So trilogy: She’s So Dead to Us, He’s So Not Worth It, and This is So Not Happening. She also writes the New York Times bestselling series Private under the pen name Kate Brian for Alloy Entertainment. She resides in New Jersey with her family.

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This Is So Not Happening 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I need to read this now. I mean now! Ugg why May 1? So long from now. I love jake and ally. I hate chloe. Jake ur stupid!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just started reading this book... amazing! I would recomend this book, it is funny, and so true. it just leaves u wanting more and more until u finish the whole book. Love this series
DanceBree17 More than 1 year ago
I thought this series was really good because it told the story from both points of view. The story line gets alot more involved this time with Chloe ending up pregnant and the question hanging out there of who the baby daddy is, Jake or Will. I could sort of see this brewing at the end of the last book, but never thought it would go like this. Of all the characters, I like Ally the most. She is really sweet, and she takes her friendship seriously Crestie or Norm, it does not matter to her. Which is really how friendship should be. I loved getting to finish out their senior year and I almost wish there was another book that talks about how they make the transition to college life at Rutgers. All three books are highly recommended and I think any teenager would love them.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow. This book was absolutely fantastic.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this series! I wish there was more of it to come!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This series was an amazing summer read. From the begining to the end i was hooked. I would definitely recomend this series to anyone :)
Dazzlamb More than 1 year ago
Ally Ryan's life is complicated and it's one-hundred percent made up of drama. She's returning to Orchard Hill where the rich and beautiful live and back to her old problems. And now that she's back, she's an outsider and her old friends hate her. Even though she's been dealt the outsider role I wasn't too fond of our main character Ally. She's often unreasonable and it takes her a long time to learn from past mistakes. Just too long for my sympathy to last through all three books. Her so-called friends were even worse. They were nothing but shallow and not at all sensitive or there for Ally when she needed them most. Kieran Scott explores the lives of the upper class, their worries and the things that make their lives so fancy and entertaining. The time they spent at their beach houses in the second book was the most fun part of the entire trilogy, giving it a light summer read quality. At first I really liked Ally and Jake together and the time it took for them to figure out what they had. The dual point of view was enjoyable. You get chapters from Ally's point of view and sequences from Jake's perspective and their very different lives. Jake could be cute and thoughtful when he wanted to be, but sometimes he didn't exactly shine as the perfect male main character or stand out for his hyper intelligent and reasonable personality. I hate to say it but at some point I just couldn't bring myself to care about these characters anymore. Ally and Jake's relationship is one of the on-again, off-again kinds and just as much as it frustrated them to be confronted with all these obstacles it frustrated me, too. Their thinking is often reigned by a rather childish urge to insist on their pride, knowing they would damn themselves to misery. The HE'S SO/ SHE'S SO trilogy is definitely TV show drama material that has the quality to make you cheer for the characters to finally be happy, for the friends to make up and for everyone to overcome their differences and grow up already. SHE'S SO DEAD TO US was the part of Ally's story that was still entertaining and that offered a story with a few conflicts I wanted to see solved in the end. The second started up right where the first book ended and it added a few more well-placed twists and turns to Ally's story. If it weren't for the ever same circles of spitefulness and scheming behavior that never made any of the characters look like friends I could've enjoyed it more than I actually did. If Kieran Scott had mainly concentrated the story on reuniting the friends instead of the immature fights between them, it could've worked as a decent sequel. I'm more into stories that work towards a positive example of good friends, of people who support each other and are there for each other even when one of them isn't as lucky or rich as before. Don't even let me get started on the third book, THIS IS SO NOT HAPPENING. I could've very well done without a third book in the series, because it opened up a whole other can of worms that got on my nerves all the time. 3/5 *** HE'S SO/ SHE'S SO Series - The rather juvenile YA version of The OC and Gossip Girl, with drama, gossip and a ton of romantic complications. The HE'S SO/ SHE'S SO series was entertaining in a very basic way. It's an original high school read and Kieran Scott definitely put in all the topics teens have to deal with in every good TV drama and in real life, too. There are sports, cat fights, teen pregnancy, first times, alcohol and all the other things that make your teen years so exciting and scary.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is soo amazing. I love this book!!!
majibookshelf More than 1 year ago
This is So Not Happening is the final book in this contemporary trilogy by Kieran Scott. I loved the first book and enjoyed the second and third books. However I really do think this series would have been better off as a stand alone or even a dualogy. In order not to give any spoilers, I can't write much about the events happening in this book. But most of the characters annoyed me so much, starting with Jake and Ally who are the main protagonists. Jake was too much of a macho male while Ally was too goody two shoes and too forgiving and needy. The secondary characters were all selfish including Hammond and Ally's best friend. Surprisingly, the only character I liked in this book was Chloe, and trust me that's some irony! Kieran is an amazing storyteller no doubt, even with such frustrating characters I did enjoy this third installment, However the ending was obvious and safe. I personally can't wait to read more from Kieran Scott/Kate Brian/Emma Harrison, because she's an amazing contemporary author!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it!!!!
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This is the best book out of the tree.
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Juss got this a couple hours ago && already done, ILOVEDIT! Thank You Kieran Scott
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