Jaded Little Lies (#1), Coming May 15th, 2015
What do you do when the love of your life is halfway across the world?
If you’re Jade Reamer, you fill that void with writing depressing song lyrics, hanging out with asshole exes, and re-reading your dead best friend’s diary (morbid, anyone?). But she’s got a lot to deal with—getting to know her biological family, for one. Not to mention getting through her first year of university without her best friend, Nina, by her side.
Then there are the men in Jade’s life. Her ex, Connor, has baggage coming out of his ass since the car accident. Her brother, Bryn, thinks stifling who he really is while pretending everything’s okay … is okay. When that’s far from the truth. And Reed? Reed decides the best way for Jade to deal with his absence is to get her a dog. And when he finally comes back?
Well, things aren’t exactly the same.
Deciphering between love and hate is the least of Jade’s problems … those four letter words are getting more and more complicated. Especially when she and Reed are keeping secrets from each other. Because as she forms new relationships and rekindles old ones, an unexpected surprise has got Jade’s mouth spewing lies on top of the usual curse words.
But little white lies won’t hurt anybody, right?
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Also in the Four Letters Series:
Those Four Letter Words
Where Jade’s story begins …
I HAVE TO DO this bullshit English assignment on the topic of love and hate, and discuss the similarities between the two. You know, considering they’re such polar opposites. Life is just full of love-hate relationships, isn’t it? Then there are those people that you just love to hate. I believe you’d call that an oxymoron … although this assignment seems rather moronic IMHO. Yes, Ms. Fields, I am calling this assignment both bullshit and moronic, and if you don’t understand my acronyms, you need to take a lesson in Slang 101 (insert smirk).
This section right here is supposed to be the blurb on what I’m going to be writing about in this paper, but honestly I don’t feel the need to explain. You know what my life has been like, Ms. Fields.
And apparently so does the rest of the goddamn school.
Besides, I’m already passing this course due to my incredibly gifted mind. And I know you secretly have a soft spot for me, Ms. Fields. You know—that poor, misunderstood, angst-driven student. I wouldn’t be doing myself justice if I did this any other way.
So without further ado …
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.