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There’s a bit of a love triangle, but I was okay with it. Lists with This Book.

Bittersweet | Sarah Ockler

The title should be at least 4 characters long. I strongly feel that even with those connections to this book, I would have given it a perfect rating regardless. Firstly, it’s Sarah Ockler. I wish i had a friend like her.

She ditched her friend Kara over a very ridiculous reason, if you ask me. I don’t think I’ve ever shared in this blog bittersweey so let me share this now: There are complications, of course.

Dreamy guys or what! Pages that made me legit LOL: Bittersweet by Sarah Ockler Goodreads Author. Opening up YouTube and looking up each and every song mentioned in it. Hudson is definitely facing some obstacles. I love that Hudson really didn’t know what she wanted when it came to these boys.


When Hudson receives an unexpected invitation to compete in an ice skating competition for a scholarship, she can’t help but wonder if she can still seize her dreams or is it too late? He was so damn cute, and smart, and so fragile but in the same time so mature for his age. The title was perfect for this story because there were heartbreaking moments what is it with the crappy dads in books lately!

Living in a humble little town just getting by on her mother’s diner income, Hudson has thrown herself into creating delicious cupcakes to forget that she once had big dreams.

So much wonderful, wry humor. The unbalanced dynamic between Hudson and her mother is well-handled, and Ockler writes their interactions with a great deal of insight and subtlety.

The Summer of Chasing Mermaids.

You’ve successfully reported this review. The Fine Art of Pretending. Then a betrayal changed her life and knocked her dreams to the ground. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout.

Learn more about Amazon Prime. My original review was awesome, though, haha. When [he] inches his chair closer to mine and smiles, my stomach fizzes again.



That is until Hudson turns to making cupcakes and all of a sudden is known as the cupcake queen of Watonka. About wanting to risk it all but fearing that you will lose everything, about dreaming with your eyes wide open, about waiting for a kiss that might never come.

I think I’m in the minority here, as most reviews I’ve read have been four and five star reviews, full of gushing. If iTunes doesn’t open, click the iTunes application icon in your Dock or on your Windows desktop. I loved that this is a feel good read, that takes on some realistic teenage issues, but it remains on the lighter side.

There freee a Friday Night Lights reference in this book!!!!!

Actual review to come. There was just so much drama and many fights and misunderstandings, and they all came back to Hudson.