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What I Thought Was True. A friendship hanging by a tenuous thread. Fixing Delilah warmed my heart.

My original review was awesome, though, haha. I personally didn’t love it but that’s just me. Share your thoughts with other customers. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. I was astounded by how the author was able to make Hudson all of these things – deep, emotional, serious – yet her narration was fun, witty, and fast-paced. It was worth the wait. 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!

Needless to say, I loved it. And Bug too, her relationship with her sister was something.

In this novel, Dani best friendWill and Josh two boys on the hockey teamBug little brother and Hudson’s mom all feel so real. Three years later she is hiding away in her mother’s diner baking delicious cupcakes that are becoming quite a local delicacy. Hudson ends up making a mess of things with her current best friend, ocklfr she is forced to examine the end of her previous friendship. It takes forty muscles to frown, and only twelve to jam a cupcake in your mouth and get over it.

The mother daughter relationship was one of ups and downs, and bittersweet times, it was prickly and strained, but it felt genuine. I was also glad that she wasn’t the kind of heroine who’s also fixated with having sex on top of her other problems in the book. I will say this was the sxrah book I’ve read using PulseIt and that might’ve affected my judgement slightly.

Her previous “bestie” bailed on her, too.

Things I Can’t Forget. I’m quite sure it’s encoded in a mother’s DNA the desire for her children to have a better life, bitterswweet a mediocre one. If those are not the signs of a good book, I don’t know what are.

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Am I being over-critical? I think all the characters in this book were far more than I’d come to expect.

That’s why I was surprised when it was a bit deeper and I saw that he truly cared about her. Her heart skips a beat when he says something like, “I hope I see you again.

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Not at all good. Furthermore, there was an obvious dearth of Josh and Hudson scenes. I wish she’d done it for the love of the ice and all that.

In a lot of ways he reminded me of Henry from Catching Jordan always defending Hudson from the rest of the guys on the hockey team, genuinely nice bottersweet view spoiler [ not having the courage to take the chance with Hudson, what is it with guys not being able to make the first move? Ockler has a lovely, conversational style that fits her protagonist.

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No matter what happens next, I’m not letting this turn into another two weeks of silence, the entire history of us summed up in a series of near misses and almosts just because neither of us had the snowballs to say anything.

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. Ockler created a bunch of characters which were so easy to fall in love with. If you love bittresweet, I definitely recommend Bittersweet by Sarah Ockler. It certainly took me by surpris Arg, Goodreads–way to eat my review that I just spent more time ockldr I should have writing Vree seventeen, Hudson is caught in that tumultuous period of adolescence where she is preparing to take those first big steps into adulthood.

I was never once frustrated.

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It just means I like rfee writing to have a purpose at all times. I have very little to complain about from this book. See all 5 questions about Bittersweet….