Those Four Letter Words

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
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.

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Words: 17,000
Language: English
ISBN: 9780991834891
About Christina Channelle

Christina Channelle is the author of Young Adult and New Adult Fiction, her series including Four Letters and Blood Crave. She's happily addicted to coffee, the colour green, and Netflix. She's also partial to writing about angsty girls who may or may not have a potty mouth.

Christina was born and raised in the Greater Toronto Area, graduating with both Bachelor of Arts and doctorate degrees. She is currently enrolled in a post-graduate television writing and producing program where she looks forward to being buried in scripts and producing awesome web series.

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Review by: Barbara T. Cerny on Sep. 28, 2013 :
Fun! Fun! Fun! I really like the fact that the viewpoint was a paper that needed to be written by a teenager full of angst. We have all wanted to write "take that Mrs. Smith!" to one of our English teachers! Although Jade is not the bad girl you are led to believe, she is full of spunk. The "adopted" part seemed to be thrown in as filler and wasn't fully developed so it seems a bit out of place. That in itself could become a couple of chapters in this novella. I give it four stars (hopefully that comes out right - I can't seem to get rid of the 5th star in the rating element)

*I received a free copy of the novella in exchange for an honest review
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: April Palya on Aug. 11, 2013 :
In some ways the story follows the lines of a typical older teen/young adult tale. However, what set this novella apart for me was the way it was written. I loved the fact that the story was written as a writing assignment on love and hate that the main character had to turn in to a teacher. It added an element of humor and made the novella feel like the best version of the story. Although Jade takes several hits one after another, her ability to figure it out in the end was great. Even though read hurt Jade, I can definitely see why he did. In his shoes, I would have done the same thing he did at that time and in that situation. The final paragraph of the story and the conclusion about love and hate made so much sense to me as well.

*I received a free copy of the novella in exchange for an honest review.
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)

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