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Me thinks Hudson has bad taste in friends. About all those insecurities you might have, about not knowing what frde choose, what is best for you.

Since You’ve Been Gone. It didn’t feel forced and worked well. Arg, Goodreads–way to eat my review that I just spent more time than I should have writing View all comments. In the break room. Nov 18, Jay G rated it did not like it.

The secondary characters in Bittersweet were all pretty biftersweet and three dimensional, but he was absolutely my favourite. Out of Sight, Out of Time.

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Ovkler, I didn’t know this book would be that cliche. From What I Remember. I wasn’t on board with a couple of her actions, I felt them to be mostly pointless, but for the most part, I enjoyed her character a lot. I was so flipping excited for it! The minute you show them you’re pissed, you lose. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.

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How much more cliched could that get? Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. There is a Friday Night Lights reference in this book!!!!! I found it hilarious that while Hudson is trying to juggle school, waitressing something she didn’t want to do, but has to do to help out her mombaking, training, helping a hockey team in exchange for r Why is it so damn hard to find a well-written, likeable protagonist?

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He was a quiet, nice, slightly mysterious boy that slowly found the way to Hudson’s and my heart. I enjoyed the playfulness and the teasing that we were bound to have. The Book of Broken Hearts. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. You will not regret it! If nothing else, you’ll definitely feel hunger while reading this book. I feel obliged to warn you not to read this book on an empty stomach. Once upon a time, Hudson knew exactly what her future looked like.

Grab a cupcake and curl up with this wintery read.

Bittersweet was for me a very cute, frustrating read – and I never thought I would use those two adjectives together. Opening up YouTube and looking up each and every song mentioned in it.

I grew annoyed at her mostly because ocklerr was too focused on skating to see it. I don’t think so.

I really enjoyed the realistic nature of the friendship between the two girls; the up and down trajectory is authentic and isn’t just for plotting. I loved that by the end of the book she finally let go of her regrets and finally realized what she really wanted of her life.

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Everywhere I turn well, every book I read there are love triangles. Something, Maybe Elizabeth Scott. And third, I am undeniably and absolutely using this cupcake craving to delay writing a review. Chapters 1 4 Feb 08, Now shes a girl who doesnt believe in second chances, a girl who stays under the radar by baking cupcakes at bitetrsweet moms diner and obsessing over what might have been.

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If you love contemporaries, I definitely recommend Bittersweet by Sarah Ockler. As you’ve probably guessed, I’m not a big fan of love triangles. The Beginning of Everything. Ocker this book is about cupcakes, figure skating, hockey, and irrational bitches.

That’s never a good thing, when you are awaiting the end. I loved that this is a feel good read, that takes on some realistic teenage issues, but it remains on the lighter side. She can write some great contemporary. Sarah Ockler really had me going at the end because I thought they weren’t going to end up together because like I said; the end was rushed.

He was a sweetheart and I got to love him so much. When [he] inches his chair closer to mine and smiles, my stomach fizzes again. Not That Kind Of Girl. I really loved the people she was surrounded with.

There were a lot of awesome boys in this book, from the hockey team to Josh and Will, but my favourite was Bug. The reason I loved all that is because I was a waitress for 5 years. The romance had frew sweet parts but there wasn’t enough development or sexual tension for my liking.