Those Four Letter Words by Christina Channelle: ARC Review

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.

This 15,000 word novella contains coarse language, angst driven young adults, and a lot of pent-up frustration.

Oh yeah. Plus love and a little bit of hate

Eighteen year old Jade may not have the perfect life, but it's good enough. A senior at high school, dating the popular, likeable - but possessive Connor, a loving - abet alcoholic brother and a blunt best friend Nina. She's angry, trying to rein in her temper, and learning not to lash out. It's become increasingly difficult since Reed walked back into her life.

It's been three long years since he left, since he left Jade and never looked back. It destroyed then fifteen year old Jade, and she hasn't been the same since.

As she battles with old resurfaced feelings for the man that left her shattered, her life is falling apart around her. It seems everyone is hiding a secret, devastating enough to destroy what little of Jade's spirit is left.

She only ever has enough love for three people at any one time, with Reed in the picture, does she have room for one more?

I really enjoyed Those Four Little Words, and devoured it within one sitting. I feel privileged to have had the opportunity to be the first person to read this angst driven, emotionally charged book in it's entirety.

Jade is genuine, her persona is realistic and true to life. I spent the first half of four letter words on edge, the tension is unbearable and you know something is coming. It was an emotional read, my only complaint is that I want more! Christina Channelle seemed to hint at there being another book... There had better be lady, I need to know!

Those Four Letter Words
Written By Christina Channelle
Expected Publicaton July 2013
A dreamer, Christina Channelle holds two degrees in health sciences but has always had a passion for writing. You will find her reading other young adult novels, or typing up a new story on her computer. She resides in Ontario, Canada. 
You can find Chrissy via her Facebook page  or  her awesome blog

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