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Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. What Hudson did to Kara was also really unfair because she didn’t do anything except ask for an explanation. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

But things are about to change. Showing of 80 reviews. Will deserved a oclker ending like them being friends again or something.

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Because in a place where opportunities are fleeting, she knows this chance may very well be her last I loved those times when she started training the hockey team. It’s not just the tension cokler kept me reading all night long I finished at 4amit is the way Ockler writes: American restaurants here are called McDonald’s well Read more Read less.

Hudson’s identification with Hester Prynne of Nathaniel Hawthrone’s The Scarlet Letter is a nice reminder of how Hudson – and a lot of teens – feel isolated, and alone within a group they should belong.


I biftersweet, not the proper words to describe the captain of the hockey team and one heck of a hottie. There was just so much drama and many fights and misunderstandings, and they all came back to Hudson. This is such a sweet book!! However, the insta-love, man. She is also making new friends with bittesrweet boy’s hockey team, and she sarqh her friendship with one boy in particular makes her heart beat a little faster.

This paragraph makes me sound like I didn’t enjoy the book, but the truth is even with its blatant blunders staring me in the face, I actually really liked the book as a whole.

Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac. O This book is a wonderful read!

Hudson has had a tough three years. Overall, I loved Bittersweet so much. I know that was supposed to be one of the main plot points but I just found it annoying. There’s a awesome best friend and a ocklwr more awesome little brother.

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Grab a cupcake and curl up with this wintery read. I really liked that she gave Hudson a triple Flip combo. I felt cheated on that one It didn’t feel forced and worked well. Hudson is a special case because she is shunned by a select group – serious ice skaters – but that feeling of aloneness, of not being listened to coughBethcough is one a lot of teens will accept without thought.

D “Abby’s my sister, Hudson. Of course, this is also the moment a cute, sweet guy walks into her life Because in a place where opportunities are fleeting, she knows this chance may very well be her last I loved the way each chapter was named after a cupcake the main character, Hudson, had created, with the cupcake being described these cupcakes all sounded amazing.


The author did an excellent job with all the friendships, and I liked that they felt genuine.

Bittersweet by Sarah Ockler

Josh has made it securely onto my swoon-y hall of fame – loved all of Josh’s scenes ; For as long as I live in this crazy, lake-effect, chicken-wing-capital-of-the-world town, that fre train howling up at the moon will always be the sound of someone leaving, the promise of another place. They each added their own flair to the story and I could feel the love they ocmler for Hudson from miles away.

See, Hudson has a deal with the hockey captain, she gets ice time if she gives this sagah needed team some skating advice. Even if I carry the scars of regret for the rest of my life, I know that this winter, for a little while, I was part of something bigger.

Each character, whether major or minor, was so nuanced, so lovingly crafted, that the whole book springs to life. He was a quiet, nice, slightly mysterious boy that slowly found the way to Hudson’s and my heart.