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That felt really realistic to me. He had the greatest quirks and I just wanted to make him my little brother.
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If I ever buy a dog, I’m naming him after Mr. She’s stuck in a dead-end job in her mom’s diner, trying to help the family make ends meet after her parents’ divorce, and doing her best to forget estranged friends and missed opportunities.
And are they really her dreams or is she feeling nostalgic for her seemingly perfect past?
Thirdly, there’s hockey boys. Customers who bought this item also bought.
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It’s not just the tension bigtersweet kept me reading all night long I finished at 4amit is the way Ockler writes: I absolutely adored the hockey scenes, when the wolf pack were playing a game, but especially when Hudson was trying to train them. Even the cover art is a fail.
After ten bitteesweet, I realized if I actually went through with it, I would have to go to the emergency room to have my stomach pumped within a half-hour. I loved her passion for both cupcakes and skating, and I really, really wanted the best for her as the story goes on. When Hudson throws the competition she loses her best friend, Kara. She’s used to it and I can’t say anything.
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Vanilla cupcakes topped with whipped peanut butter cream cheese icing, milk chocolate chips, crushed pretzels, and a drizzle of warm caramel Yum all the way around! Thanks for telling us about the problem. And third, I am undeniably and absolutely using this cupcake craving to delay writing a review. What I enjoyed the most about this novel, though, is the romance. I don’t think so.
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Where do I sign? Can’t a writer create a story without the damn love triangles, am I asking too much? She’s sassy, intelligent, and doesn’t give a damn what people think of her. She ditched her friend Kara over a very ridiculous reason, if you ask me. Its time for Hudson to ask herself what she really wants, and how much shes willing to sacrifice to biytersweet it. I love Sarah’s writing style.
I loved that this is a feel good read, that takes on some realistic teenage issues, but it remains on the lighter side. If it weren’t for the technical mistakes, I would have easily given this book 4 stars. It’s in the need to follow their dreams, in the need to make them proud, in the broken little hearts that find for the first time that they are quite alone in a big-big world, it’s in the pain of understanding that their father is not coming home, in the fear that he might not care anymore.
Ockler has a lovely, conversational style that fits her protagonist. Fixing Delilah warmed my heart. There are enough skating movies to compensate for that my personal favorites: Jan 25, Tina rated it really liked it Shelves: I don’t know what I was expecting when I started Bittersweet, but it definitely wasn’t this: How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot.
This book examines the ways in which we try to juggle everything in a desperate attempt to make ALL the things work, and the fall out when we oftentimes fall short. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points!
Then again, I really enjoyed other parts and I loved most of the characters. Hudson feels an immediate pull towards Josh but the co-captain, Will becomes involved and takes over arranging with Hudson.
We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. Hudson is flawed human being: The reader on PulseIt kept freezing on me and it was taking me forever to read the book. It opened a lot of storylines: 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.
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