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Read Bittersweet by Sarah Ockler by Sarah Ockler by Sarah Ockler for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Listen to “Bittersweet” by Sarah Ockler available from Rakuten Kobo. Narrated by Ariadne Meyers. Start a free day trial today and get your first audiobook free. Read “Bittersweet” by Sarah Ockler with Rakuten Kobo. Once upon a time, Hudson knew exactly what her future looked like. Then a betrayal changed her life.

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I’ve never met a problem a proper cupcake couldn’t fix. They each added their own flair to the story and I could feel the love they had for Hudson from miles away. Haha, I’d get hammered if I drank a shot of tequila every time I wrote “love triangle”.

That doesn’t mean I hate long books. It was so relatable, and was the beginning of a multitude of incredibly funny one-liners and bitterseeet. I loved every moment, every kiss, every worry, and every tear. Anna and the French Kiss. Then again, I really enjoyed other parts and I loved most of the characters.

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Sarah Ockler is the bestselling author of six young adult novels: Also, I loved the trash-talking between Hudson and the hockey team, so cute! Showing okcler 80 reviews.

Oh, and she gets mad at Hudson for hanging out with her crushes, but then she’s hooking up with one of the hockey players, too? Will deserved a better ending like them being friends again or something.

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Ugh the nerve of her!! As a trade off she can use the rink for practice after their sessions.

Sarah Ockler deals with emotions very well that I just had to relent and add another one star for that matter. The frustration of Hudson never being heard or listened srah permeates for the duration, and it was one of the few things about this book I disliked.

Through The Ever Night. Bittersweet was for me a very cute, frustrating saray – and I never thought I would use those two adjectives together.

To ask other readers questions about Bittersweetplease sign up. I had fun reading it, I wanted to read it when I wasn’t, and I feel comfortable – nay excited! Their relationship surprised me because Will wasn’t described properly so I thought that he was just using Hud for something.

As a reader, I was frustrated because I knew all along she was with the wrong guy.

Bittersweet takes us into the life of Hudson Avery, former figure skater and current Cupcake Queen. Let bittersweeet count the ways: I thought the author did an excellent job with the familial relationships, and I liked that family was a strong focus throughout the novel. I don’t even quite know what to say. Fre are complications, of course. Hudson was a champion ice skater until she learned a terrible secret about her father and hung up her skates.

This book is full of funnysugary sweetwitty, sensitive, emotional, cute, intense moments and well everything else too!

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Josh has made it securely onto my swoon-y hall of fame – loved all of Josh’s scenes ; Ships from and sold by Black Forest Books. View all 4 comments.

Things I Can’t Forget. 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. Because there’s air out there and I didn’t