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There's a Thin Line Between Love and Hate

There's a Thin Line Between Love and Hate

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McKenna By MP13Girl Completed

November 7th, 2007 was the day Jordan Emery's life changed. Whether it was for better or for worse, she isn't so sure about that.

On this day, she met Jesse Jacobson. He was immature, cocky, and the most annoying boy she had ever met in her entire life. And he fell hopelessly in love with her the moment they met.

Four years later and nothing much has changed between them. Though academically bright, Jordan isn't exactly the smartest when it comes to love. Even though at times Jesse makes it clearly obvious how he feels about her, she just doesn't get it. Or... she's deeply in denial.

After being sent away because of their bad behavior, Jordan finds out Jesse's biggest secret. As they grow closer, they find themselves getting deeper and deeper into something that seems impossible to get out of. She must keep her growing relationship with her enemy a secret from everyone close to her. Her life, and theirs, depends on it.

(Watty Awards 2011 Winner)

JaredJaxon1 JaredJaxon1 Apr 20
Why do i feel like ive read this book.....but like i didnt actually read it on wattpad i read it somewhere else...🤔🤔🤔 if anyone is a rr can yall tell me if later on they go to a school trip w the boys and they are at a lake or camp???
hgames113 hgames113 Mar 30
I love shane but I cant imagine him as Jesse😂 he's more like a Rex
-haylex -haylex Mar 23
Just here imagining aimee pressing the exit group option on whatsapp
soccer_ceci soccer_ceci Apr 02
Um gurl excuse me. Soccer is very important to me and it is my life. If you touch any of my soccer stuff or even go near it. I will cut you into millions of pieces. Thanks You!!! 😄🔪
soccer_ceci soccer_ceci Apr 02
I already know I'm not going to like her especially is she ruins the soccer net
I've honestly lost count of how many times I've read this book, definitely my favorite book