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

3.97 of 5 stars 3.97  ·  rating details  ·  3,029 ratings  ·  303 reviews
After their long summer apart, Ally and Jake were hoping for a drama free senior year. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like things will work out that way...again. — It turns out that Chloe is pregnant and says that Jake is the father. Hammond is pissed at his best friend, but mostly can't believe that Ally would stay with Jake. But Ally is tired of being apart from Jake and ...more
ebook, 320 pages
Published May 1st 2012 by Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing
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May 01, 2012 Dinjolina marked it as avoid
Shelves: stress-inducer
So, Jake DID sleep with Chloe.
So cool.
And read this if you please:
'But that is easier said than done when Jake starts blowing Ally off to go to doctor's appointments with Chloe'.
Just...well. He was all 'I love you Ally' and now we are to read and see not only the fact that he DID sleep with Chloe but he is blowing Ally of for the baby?
I am not reading this.


I said I to myself: ‘Dina, do not read this. DO NOT DO IT! You only get pissed off when you read these books. So,

After reading the whole trilogy, I could probably sum up my whole conclusion in two sentences.

First, Jake is an ass.
And Aly is a masochist.

There. Done.

The last installment in the SSDTU series is filled with drama, intrigue and so much surprise that will knock you off your feet. It's a whirlwind of events that will make you crazy with drama, anger, frustration, giddyness and all your emotions will be flying off. Despite all that, I didn't like it. Here is a thorough explanation.

It's not that it
Oh my god!! I just finished it and wow is all i can say. And also you will not be disappointed, well beside the fact that it is the end of the series which was really depressing when you got to the last page. i am in tears at the moment because its all over. 3 books sure goes fast. Looking back on it it has been an amazing series. when my friend first recommended it to me i wasn't too sure about it, but now that girl has become my new best friend. I loved it. every chapter. every page. every par ...more
Why oh why did I INSIST on reading this book? I just KNEW it was going to piss me off, and I just KNEW it was going to make me cry. Damnit! I hated it - absolutely HATED it!

I'm a sucker for cute, fun romantic comedies, and I love reading Scott's books whenever I'm in the mood for a light fluff. But this series is SO different from her other books because it was anything but light, and I don't know why I ever doubted Scott could ever write anything so serious. In fact, she does a much better job
Ummm Jake obviously didn't get Chloe pregnent!!! it was clearly will ....... remember before Jake went over to her house at like 2:00am when they kissed, he saw "Will" (whoever that is) pull out of her driveway, thats who knocked her up... Hammond and Chloe have it all wrong thinking it's Jake's baby.. Cmon Jake obssesed over Ally through the whole book, do you really think after he was soo surprised they had kissed he'd go ahead and have sex with Chloe when just before he kept saying how inlove ...more
Sadly, the series, IMHO, has gone down the drain~_~ It used to be so awesome. I loved Jake and Ally together in the first book. And as the story progressed, the list as to why they shouldn't be together just kept getting longer. I now hate to think that Ally and Jake would be still together in college. Honestly, Ally should just find someone better in college. She deserves more than the jerk and horndog Jake. I can't even begin to list of the several times he's thought of dirty stuff with other ...more
Morgan F
This looks horrible, but I am going to read it anyway.
Me, Myself, and I
Okay, so I was reading some of the other people's 'reviews,' which are mostly all just rants. You want to know my thoughts? Here they are:
People, you for real need to chill out.
How can you people be mad at Jake for "blowing Ally off for doctor appointments"? Don't get me wrong, I love Ally's character but come on, now. I think it's a bit selfish of her to get mad over that. Would you rather him be the type who denies the baby and leaves Chloe to do everything herself? I honestly hate guys who a
i have one question. hammond has loved ally forever, right? even when she turned him cold, he went out with chloe, still MADLY in love with ally, and even after the break up he wanted her. so i was thinking, shouldnt there have been something, sort of like a jealousy plan or I dont know SOMETHING, when he went out with Quinn, her step sister? I mean, he LOVED ally after all these years through everything. im quite certain that someone doesnt just drop that massive a crush over like a chapter. i ...more
I had to really think about if I was going to rate this 2 or 3 stars. So I went for 2.5 stars.

First thought: This series became a whole lot dramatic.

I didn't like a lot of things with this book. My number one problem was Jake. He literally was acting like a girl. When Chloe told him she was pregnant he ditched his own girlfriend (who BTW sort of supported and tried to understand his actions) to go with Chloe to her doctor appointments and he acted like it was the worst thing in the world. He com
Wow, with the end of this trilogy, this book really did disappoint me. I loved the first two books, and I just couldn't stand how this book was so predictable and frustrating. I mean, it's pretty realistic - but Jake makes such stupid mistakes. All the time. This was such a lengthy book too, and ugh.

Chloe's pregnant. And Jake hooked up with Chloe over the summer. And Jake and Ally are back together. Say what? That's just messed up. There's all this drama revolving around Chloe's pregnancy, and
Tiff at Mostly YA Lit
Someone else said that she knew she was going to dislike this book, but she read it anyway and love-hated it. I feel the same way. Kieran Scott really knows how to tug at your heartstrings, and how to realistically portray teenagers. This Is So Not Happening has one of the best portrayals of teen pregnancy I've ever read. It wasn't from the perspective of the mother, which made it unique and interesting. I didn't like it, I didn't want to read about it, but Scott did a great job showing how peop ...more
Donna {Book Passion for Life}
“What would you do if it were me?' she asked, her voice practically a whisper. 'Do you think you'd feel different about it?'
My breath caught in my throat. *I'd marry you* was the first thought that popped into my mind. And it was true, I realised suddenly. I would marry her. I would take care of her. I would do whatever to protect her.” - Jake

If you've been keeping track with my progress with this series, you'll know I've had a few problems with but overall I like it. Now I've just finished Thi
I'm not usually so invested with massive amount of high school blah blah, in fact I'm one of those readers who really can't be bothered re-living all the angst and pain-fest of what high school is all about which is why I tend to stick with paranormal. But after I read the first book, She Is So Dead To Us, I kinda fell in love with the way Krisen Scott can pen an absolutely consuming story-line with characters I felt compelled to be invested with right from the start. True, the second book, was ...more
I would like to start off by admitting that these cheesy melodramatic froufrou books are my secret obsession. I gobble them up like fresh baked chocolate chip cookies and then end up feeling the urge to puke afterwards. So when I noticed the whole series lined up in a neat little row at my library I grabbed them up in a hurry, rushed home and ended up devouring them in a matter of hours. And as I continued to read I got sicker and sicker and sicker until I was red in the face with frustration.

I JUST FINISHED READING IT. So sad the trilogy is over, gotta love this series.. great YA read told from two perspectives. I am really liking the whole see it from the others perspective, I always feel like I get to see more from a book when it is seen from two sides, and I must say that this is becoming a trend with the recently published YA books. Anyways back to the book, you cannot imagine how badly the last book left me in absolute turmoil. The shocking twist (well we all kind of saw it com ...more
The fact that Jake had slept with Chloe annoyed me and it had suddenly lost my interest and care for Jake now. Even though i don't believe Jake's the father. I still dislike him at the moment for sleeping with Chloe. He was obviously in love with Ally, but why sleep with Chloe? I know that he was jealous of Will, but why? does he really like her?

This book better not disappoint me.

Edit: What i thought - Meh. Jake did annoyed me in the book but great storyline. Kinda predictable. Maybe its the fac
Jul 04, 2014 Khushboo rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: the secret life fans
Shelves: wedding
This one is for all three books:
God how many problems can one couple face?? Like, when I started the series, I thought maybe they'll focus on different couples in each book. But no. It was just ally and jake and it went forever and ever. It was like an indian tv soap. So much drama in there!! So off course, I couldn't stop reading.
But here's what I didnt like about the book: During the whole series, Ally was either to over-reactive or too easily forgiving. It jist made uer look like a suck-up. Y
Hayley G
This series needs to continue- it just has to! After the way things were left in He's So Not Worth It, I couldn't stand not knowing what was going to happen next. Well folks let me tell you something, Jake isn't the Prince Charming you think he is. I'll post a full review on the blog next week! :)
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I have loved every single thing Kieran Scott has ever written, from her Private series under her pen name Kate Brian, to Tourist trap under the pen name Emma Harrison, and ending with her he's so/she's so trilogy under her real name. And you know what? I hadn't even realized all these books were by her until after I read them and fell in love with them. So basically, what I'm saying is that Kieran Scott is freaking amazing. And this book was too.

The first two books of this series brought the re

Let me say this first, I completely adore the cover. It perfectly depicted what the story is all about.
“This wasn’t happening. It could not be happening. Not to me. Not to us. Not here. Not now. Not ever.”

So in the end of He's So Not Worth It, we found out that good ol’ Jake is going to be a daddy. Chloe’s pregnant and according to her he’s the dad. It was really wrong timing because Jake and Allie just went back together, starting fresh. But how can they start if Jake has now a responsibil
Kath S
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I really missed you, Jake (even if you're an idiot )

I liked this book (more than previous ones). At the beginning I thought I was gonna be mad about Chloes's pregnant, and that maybe, the book could be so predictable (and it was), and I would hate it. But I was wrong... Because I totally enjoyed it.

Sometimes, I hated Jake, and sometimes I
Amanda P
* Copy was provided by the publisher for honest review*

In the end of the final chapter of the He's So/She So Trilogy, Ally and Jake's relationship is definitely tested in this novel than in the other novels in the series based on loyalty and the power of love! I was blown away with what was happening that I couldn't put this book down! I thought this book really settled a lot of things that was left in He's So Not Worth It and that killer ending that made me go OMG!!It is one of those books you
3.5/5 stars

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 w
SJH (A Dream of Books)
After the bombshell which was dropped at the end of 'He's So Not Worth It', I was dying to find out what was going to happen next. The story picks up immediately after these events. Jake's life has been blown apart by the news that Chloe is pregnant and his relationship with Ally is threatened once more.

I've really enjoyed this series. it reminds me of some of my favourite TV shows such as One Tree Hill, with it's constant love triangles, relationship drama and tangled affairs of the heart. Jake
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I loved this one. The drama comes back right where it left off in the second book. I love Jake but at times he acted like a real dick. Torturing Chloe like she did something really wrong and then getting pissed at Ally when she told him that he should apologize. I mean don't get me wrong Jake could be really sweet sometimes but then he could be a real jerk. And I love how Ally is so strong throughout everything that ha happened.

Too bad the series is over. I would love to hear more about Will th
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Kieran Scott is an author of young adult fiction including the upcoming TRUE LOVE TRILOGY (May 2014) and the HE'S SO/SHE'S SO TRILOGY, which includes SHE'S SO DEAD TO US, HE'S SO NOT WORTH IT and THIS IS SO NOT HAPPENING. Her other books include the Non-Blonde Cheelerader trilogy, Geek Magnet and Jingle Boy. She also writes Alloy Entertainment books under the pseudonym Kate Brian, including the SH ...more
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“What would you do if it were me?' she asked, her voice practically a whisper. 'Do you think you'd feel different about it?'
My breath caught in my throat. *I'd marry you* was the first thought that popped into my mind. And it was true, I realized suddenly. I would marry her. I would take care of her. I would do whatever to protect her.”
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