Dear Love I Hate You book pdf download for free or read online, also Dear Love I Hate You pdf was written by Eliah Greenwood.
Eliah Greenwood is the author of the Rules series, the online sensation with over more then 35,000,000 reads. She is a proud Wattpad Verified Author and a 2018 Fiction Awards (Readers’ Choice) winner in three categories. She loves writing stories where opposites attract and the protagonist needs a kick in the back… Followed by almost 100,000 dedicated readers across all social media.
Eliah Greenwood is a Canadian author, one of the top ten bestsellers on Amazon, a coffee addict and a lover of clichés.
She began her online writing journey at the age of fifteen. She wrote most of her first book, Unwritten Rules, on the bus home from school. When her debut was read 31,000,000 times, she decided to self-publish the trilogy that set so many hearts on fire, including her own.
When she’s not typing and yelling at her computer screen, you can find her binge-watching her favorite TV shows or reading on a warm blanket.
|Dear Love I Hate You
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It all started with an anonymous letter.
He shouldn’t find it, nobody did. And she definitely shouldn’t answer.
We ended up communicating through letters and sticky notes in a book. A sticky note. Two sticky notes. Ten sticky notes. All reveal our deepest and darkest secrets.
It’s all fun and games until I find out who my pen pal is…
Xavier Emery. King of my basketball-obsessed town, my childhood bully, and the boy I’m falling in love with.
But the rules were clear: we can never know who we are talking to, and confessions must never come out. For real. It would destroy life.
Good for me. Even if Mr. Popular finds out his confidante is a little bit me, it’s not like he’ll ever want me back…
**Dear Love I Hate You is a standalone game that features mature themes.
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I don’t even know where to start…this book brought me so many emotions. Eliah Greenwood once again blew us away with his amazing writing and beautiful characters. One thing Eliah is great at is that you feel what the characters feel. You can fully immerse yourself in his books knowing that you will feel all sorts of emotions. I was in tears, I smiled and I laughed and I felt the anger that everyone felt throughout the book.
Aveena was a great character. She shows so much resilience in her strength that she won’t allow herself to move away from who she is, even if it means trying things she would NEVER normally do. She was able to discover new things about herself while learning to love and nurture friendships and make friends. Your emotions become yours.
Xavier was one of the best bad boys I’ve ever read, he was his own person going through trauma and situations no one ever wants to experience. He was someone who showed strengths but also weaknesses. He wasn’t afraid to be who he was, he always managed it in the best way, maybe not, he was someone who could piss you off a little but also someone you sympathized with and understood why he is the way he is. it is.
Also all the supporting characters Diamond, Finn, Theo and Ashley were amazing and they were all going through their own life situations which sucked but discovering yourself and becoming better people makes this book an amazing read.
All characters show their strengths, weaknesses and mistakes and make them understandable. Being able to relate to the characters is one of the best feelings because you can REALLY immerse yourself in understanding them.
This book will make you laugh, cry, scream and finally smile. If you don’t read this book, you will regret it for the rest of your life. I will always be obsessed with Aveena and Xavier.
Dear Love I Hate You is Eliah’s first standalone book and I wasn’t disappointed, I’ll do my best to review it without spoilers but some might sneak in.
DLIHY is fun, romantic, sexy and generally exciting. It’s weird that he supports the “bad guy”, but Xavier isn’t the bad guy, is he? He has demons but so does everyone, he’s sexy and confident which is the opposite of Aveena.
Let’s talk about Aveena, she’s beautiful but overshadowed and totally relatable as a main character. I loved connecting bits of me into her and I love that as the book progresses her confidence grows more and more into who she really is, and not just because of her shifting relationship with Xavier….
Speaking of Xavier, like I said, I don’t usually like to root for the bad guy, but as much as he tries to be the “bad guy,” he’s really just a guy who doesn’t know how to handle bad guys. Things of the past, he doesn’t let the trauma affect how he treats his friends, he’s the guy who walks through fire if it means the people he cares about don’t have to burn, and Aveena delivers on that Best out real and unpredictable side of him before he knows who she is….
I loved the realistic friendships between the characters, they’re imperfect and raw. They are not afraid to admit that they are wrong or that they have strayed from who they really are. Having a story outside of the main characters is something I love about Eliah’s work, you support the main characters but then you wonder what this other relationship is about and it has a way of telling a completely different story, without telling them in full. leaving open to another standalone (hence Finn’s mother and the accident also involving Xavier only lightly touched with the outline of a scar)
There are twists and turns, but you’re left with a warm, fluffy feel. This is a beautiful indie game and the whole time you are supporting the main characters together and separately, even if you want to punch Xavier or yell at Aveena, you are silently supporting them.
If you are looking for an exciting, funny, sad and romantic book, this is the place for you. The author got out of her previous series and immediately fell in love!
Aveena has always been a wallflower. Virtually invisible, living in her little sister’s shadow, and it took her with her for the rest of her life. She wears baggy clothing, has no interest in hair or makeup, and avoids social contact.
Until one day she writes her teacher an angry letter that she never wants to deliver, and the letter disappears. Only to reappear the next day littered with corrections and with a sarcastic note on the back to boot. Completely outraged, she replies, and so begins the beginning of a weird and wonderful pen pal (it’s a word, I’ve decided).
Aveena develops feelings for her anonymous pen pal (nicknamed Zac), while in the real world she also rekindles her childhood crush on the school’s star basketball player, Xavier. Will her feelings for Zac fade as she and Xavier grow closer? Or will it be torn between two guys?
OK. All I can say is that I WAS INVESTED in this story from the start! It had the atmosphere of Dear Ava and I love that book.
Aveena has always felt rejected, ignored, unimportant, even before her father’s death, but even more so since. So when Xavier rejects her and throws Brie in her face, you can’t help but feel Aveena’s pain. But Xavier is not the villain! He’s caught between a rock and hard spot, and unfortunately, Aveena suffers the most.
Brie is hideous and I wish I could have seen her get more than just desserts. The same goes for Axel. But Logan has to go to jail! For real! And Xavier’s mother! Phew, what a manipulative and horrible woman! Some truly (deliberately) horrible characters in this book! I was glad to see that Dia redeemed herself really quickly. I would have hated if she was THE girl.
Although much of the plot was predictable, the writing style was so enjoyable that it completely sucked me in. However, I have to deduct half a star because there were a few grammatical errors that I, as myself, can’t overlook.
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