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Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any free our reviewer’s personal information. Sometimes it seems the formula for a Y. Sarah is a champion cupcake eater, tea drinker, night person, and bookworm.

Dark chocolate cupcakes with red peppermint mascarpone icing, edged with chocolate and crushed candy canes Miniature banana cupcakes smeared with a thin layer of ho If you’re about to start reading this: What I enjoyed the most about this novel, though, is the romance. This was brilliantly depicted in Bittersweet. She’s in way over her head, but she is witty and just utterly likeable.

I couldn’t care less for Will, he smelled fishy from the beginning.

They are a great bunch of personalities that fill this book with humor and charm. An abandoned pro ice-skating career.

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I bought the hard cover book and in my phone i lent my hard hard cover book and they said what they red so far was really good u will remanned to other people for sure. Ockler states in her Acknowledgement that there were probably some technical mistakes and she apologizes for them but still. Then a betrayal changed her life and knocked her dreams to the ground.

I’m making all those cupcakes someday.

View all 17 comments. She sometimes could be frustrating especially with her decisions but her adorkable ness was enough for me to overlook those. Just You Just You 1. Nov 23, Laurence R. Mar 14, Tori rated it it was amazing Shelves: I found it to be a tad lengthy. Bittersweef explores the ways in which what we think we want might not actually be sarxh we need.

I was definitely happy about her character development. 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.

Bittersweet by Sarah Ockler

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Twenty Boy Summer made me cry and will likely be considered a YA classic at some point. Simon Pulse; Reprint edition December 4, Language: It was so relatable, and was the beginning of a multitude of incredibly funny one-liners and paragraphs. It’s not just the tension that kept me reading all night long I finished at 4amit is the way Ockler writes: Hey, I had to suffer through this book without any cupcakes, so it’s only fair you should share the pain.

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This kid was so brilliant I almost wanted to kidnap him if that’s even possible. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. I’ve always loved watching figure skating and I adore cupcakes possibly more than anything.

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On the other hand, the romantic subplot is not quite so understated. Dani, Hudson’s best friend, is the type of person Fee pick to hang out with. In both Fixing Delilah and BittersweetOckler has written ssrah mother-daughter relationships — women who seem to be at cross purposes due to a break down in communication.

I live in Flagstaff, which in was the city with the most snowfall in the entire contiguous United States.

Once upon a time, Hudson knew exactly what her future looked like. This item can’t be purchased in United States. Offering a non-glamorized depiction of competitive skating, Ockler Twenty Boy Summer expresses Hudson’s anxieties as she tries to prioritize her commitments and dreams.