Bittersweet was a good book but I feel that it shouldn't be in this series because of the fact that the series is called chocolate box girls. My friends in my maths class actually borrowed my kindle to read it. I would rate it 9+ (age rating). :)
This a brilliant book by a brilliant author, Cathy Cassidy so worth the 99p cheaper than the £1 you would usually have to play it is great if you missed out on the book voucher because that is the only other way to get it unless you buy it off Ebay recommended for 10-13 year old five stars ***** :-)
A brilliant little book and very interesting to read more about another character from the Chocolate Box series. I love Cathy Cassidy's books, they explore the lives of young people in a very readable way and are humane and uplifting.
I have all the chocolate box series and they are all AMASING in there own way. This one makes me want there to be a bit more to the story because I have a lot of awesome ideas for it. Some how coco Caremel and sweet honey are my favorite ones. I advise you to start with cherry crush then marshmallow skye then summers dream then coco Caremel then sweet honey then this one. These are brilliant books and I recommend them for 10 plus but if you are reading them then...ENJOY!!!!
This book is in between Summer's Dream and Coco Caramel. if you read it in a different order, it wont make that much of a difference, but it would be a bit confusing if you read it after Cherry Crush or Marshmallow Skye etc apart from Summer's Dream. To confirm this, if you read Coco Caramel, it briefly mentions the events of Bittersweet near the start of the book. The thing that REALLY matters in the chocolate box girl series is that you read the big books in order! It would be really confusing if you read it like, Coco Caramel, Marshmallow Skye, Sweet Honey, Cherry Crush, Fortune Cookie, Summer's Dream! Anyway, this book is amazing and i think its good to hear the opinions of little mentioned characters, and I also like how there is the song,'Bittersweet' at the beginning of the book. 10/10, 5/5 T3M x
I had read all the other books in the series so far and when I saw this I decided to buy it and right now I am glad I did. The book exhibits the many feelings and events that occur in a typical middle school, these include: love; friendship; opportunities and misunderstandings. This book is not written from the point of view of the Tanberry sisters but instead about a boy they know named Shay Fletcher. The story goes through his life when him and his girlfriend get into sticky situations because of her stepsister getting involved. He then tries to fix it turning things from bad to worse and it doesn't help either that home life is no better.