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It was just too ocklet for me and since I was more focused on the actual story than her imagination, I felt it getting in the way. Me thinks Hudson has bad taste in friends. How to write a great review. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. Discover Prime Book Box for Kids.
Not everything works out with a fairy tale happy ending, but isn’t that the way real life works? You submitted the following rating and review.
Sep 02, Jasprit rated it really liked it Shelves: I would recommend this to anyone who loves contemporary Y. I didn’t feel much except exasperation that the ffree wasn’t moving forward quicker.
But This book is such a cute, sweet and fluffy read. Of course, this is also the moment a bitterswedt, sweet hockey player walks into her life—and starts serving up some seriously mixed signals. It basically went from me cheering or laughing to wanting to pull my hair out.
It’s aggravating, especially since the book is all from Hudson’s perspective. I for once, wasn’t alienated by it.
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I wish there had at least been some type of an epilogue. Some will read it as a “cute” book with a cupcake theme, some with grasp onto the sports themes or the small town story, while others will see it more as a divorce novel. Self-centered and a hypocrite. Then a betrayal changed her life and knocked her dreams to the ground. Three years ago when she was fourteen, in a moment of anger and annoyance toward her father and his adultery, she threw her ice skating competition and fre up on her dreams as a figure skater.
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The premise sounded so promising. Of course, this is also the moment a cute, sweet guy walks into her life–and sarwh serving up some seriously mixed signals.
We do not have cupcakes. View all 4 comments. This is exactly the kind of adorable, heart-felt book centered around baking that I wanted to read last year. What I Thought Was True. She put way too much on her daughter’s shoulders, and didn’t once, in the however-many-months the book spans, notice that her daughter doesn’t have much of a social life. I grew annoyed at her mostly because she was too focused on skating to see it.
Its time for Hudson to ask herself what she really wants, and how much shes willing to sacrifice to get it. The moment I finished the book, I was left with a feeling of loss. I could go on and on pinpointing everything she did wrong but it’s going to take too long so I’m going to pick one thing: I think everyone has points throughout life when they have to decide between staying and going literally and metaphoricallythen deal with the consequences of those choices.
So when a letter arrives, encamping information about a local competition and scholarship money, Hudson sees her ticket out of her small town. If Apple Books doesn’t open, click the Books app in your Dock. I have very little to complain about from this book. He had the greatest quirks and I just wanted to make him my little brother.
I didn’t see anything fresh in this.