His name is Ozzie.
He’s the college hockey star every guy wishes they could be. The one every girl wants a piece of.
Every girl except me. The only thing I want from him is enough details to write an article for my college paper.
But he hates reporters almost as much as I hate jocks. For a girl who was once a high school loser, I didn’t expect him to make me feel special, like I’m the most beautiful girl in the world, so I lie to him about who I am. When I finally decide to tell him the truth, it’s too late. My lie threatens to expose his darkest secrets. And it definitely might break my heart.
|Publisher:||Sara Hubbard, Author|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.70(d)|
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I was hooked from beginning to end! The author really portrayed the characters feelings throughout the book. There's just enough hockey mixed in to make it interesting and a female character with problems and feelings that are easy to relate to. Would highly recommend reading this book and others from this author. Job well done :)
Great story about two young adults trying to find their way through the trials of life, and how to love someone deeply. I happened upon this author by chance and what a wonderfully written story. I highly recommend this, and if you're a fan of Lauren Layne's coming of age books like Crushed or Blurred Lines, this book is right up your alley!! Fantastic book!!
Sara Hubbard's "Pucker Up" is a great read! Normally, books about jocks and books where the relationship starts on a lie don't hold my attention, but this is so well-written and has such a different feel to it that I couldn't put it down. Ozzie is a broken leading man...you definitely feel for him. Felt very real. I feel like I've been Charlie before in my life. This is very different from the other things I've read from Sara Hubbard...seems like she's able to master more than one sub-genre. I will definitely read her again.