Review | Those Four Letter Words by Christina Channelle (@channellewrites)

26 March 2015



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Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
Pages: 102
Summary:

Eighteen-year-old Jade Reamer is a tough girl with a reputation to prove it. She loves three people and three people only: her brother, her boyfriend, and her best friend. Everyone else is irrelevant. 

That is... until Reed enters the picture again. 

Suddenly things start to spiral out of control and things aren't as they seem. Life is no longer simply black and white, love versus hate. Suddenly, it's hard to figure out which of those four letter words is true.

Especially when she can't look away from those devil eyes. 

I love you. I hate you. I love you. I hate you. Which is it? I don't even know anymore.

Well, let's find out.

Firstly, thanks to Christina for providing me with a copy of this novella to read.

In Those Four Letter Words we meet Jade an eighteen year old girl who seems to hate the world expect for three people she absolutely adores Nina, her best friend, Bryn, her brother and Connor, her boyfriend. However, her world soon comes crashing down when her brother's friend, Reed, who she despises, moves in.

You can tell from the get go that they have a history and given their age difference I was racking my brain to figure out and I was right but that didn't detract from the book's wealth. This book is awesome and as you read through it you watch Jade battle some horrid twists and you really feel for her. You can tell deep down she just wants to be happy and you want that for her too! 

I really did love Jade as a character. She was ballsy and you know if you've pissed her off and I loved that. She stood her ground and didn't let anyone, especially Reed, see her upset.

I really did love Reed and how his entry back into her life, coupled with what happens in the book, makes Jade less bitter and able to find love. 

All in all this was a great, fun read and it didn't feel like I was reading a novella, the story and the characters were so well developed that I felt like I was reading a full-length novel. I really do hope we get to see more of Reed and Jade!

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