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Sarah Ockler
Sarah Ockler is the bestselling author of #scandal, The Book of Broken Hearts, Bittersweet, Twenty Boy Summer, and Fixing Delilah. Her books have been translated into several languages and have received numerous accolades, including ALA's Best Fiction for Young Adults, Girls' Life Top 100 Must... show more

Sarah Ockler is the bestselling author of #scandal, The Book of Broken Hearts, Bittersweet, Twenty Boy Summer, and Fixing Delilah. Her books have been translated into several languages and have received numerous accolades, including ALA's Best Fiction for Young Adults, Girls' Life Top 100 Must Reads, Indie Next List, and nominations for YALSA Teens' Top Ten and NPR's Top 100 Teen Books. Sarah is a champion cupcake eater, coffee drinker, night person, and bookworm. When she's not writing or reading at home in the Pacific Northwest, Sarah enjoys hugging trees and road-tripping through the country with her husband, Alex. Visit her website at sarahockler.com or find her on Twitter, Tumblr, and Facebook.
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Freda's Voice
Freda's Voice rated it 7 years ago
So sweet!I love this story. I love that it surrounds a girl who hangs with the hockey team. I love that she makes cupcakes. I love how it's a budding romance in the making.So many great elements to this story, and while I loved The Summer of Chasing Mermaids, this story was completely different. Thi...
Meof50days
Meof50days rated it 7 years ago
Sarah Ockler promises a dreamy and romantic version of "The Little Mermaid," loosely retold in a way that's more Disney than Andersen (mostly because: spoiler, it doesn't end in a horrifically depressing mess). Eylse is from Tobago, recovering in the Northwest Coast's Artagatis Cove after a sailing ...
Freda's Voice
Freda's Voice rated it 7 years ago
What a story!I'm still swooning at the knees. Christian and Elyse couldn't be more perfect for each other. He brings her out of her shell, and she shows him to stand up for himself. Both actions are what count in the story.Sebastian, the little sweetie pie, steals the scenes for me though. What Elys...
Donnie Darko Girl
Donnie Darko Girl rated it 7 years ago
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. My stop on the blog tour organized by Diverse Book Tours can be found at Donnie Darko Girl. I'm a bit ashamed to admit this is my first Sarah Ockler book. I own Twenty Boy Summer but just haven't had a chance to read it yet. I would ha...
Kaethe
Kaethe rated it 7 years ago
Another book about a grieving teen, and my advice is don't read too many of these in a row. It was great, and I like that sex isn't a solution, but the pursuit thereof isn't in itself a problem, either.Library copy
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