April 14, 2013

Easy by Tammara Webber



Publisher’s summary: Rescued by a stranger.
Haunted by a secret
Sometimes, love isn’t easy…


He watched her, but never knew her. Until thanks to a chance encounter, he became her savior…

The attraction between them was undeniable. Yet the past he’d worked so hard to overcome, and the future she’d put so much faith in, threatened to tear them apart.

Only together could they fight the pain and guilt, face the truth—and find the unexpected power of love.

A groundbreaking novel in the New Adult genre, Easy faces one girl's struggle to regain the trust she's lost, find the inner strength to fight back against an attacker, and accept the peace she finds in the arms of a secretive boy.

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My take: First of all, I want everyone who’s reading this review to be fully aware that a lot of content in this book is all about THE very things that I normally say absolutely NO to when reading a book. So, me giving this book 4 stars is pretty ginormous. Number one, I do not read Contemporary. Number two, I do not read anything that has Adult or New Adult content. And, lastly, I stay 100 feet away from anything that has to do with sexual assault. All of the peeps out there who have been trying to push me into reading this book really don’t know me too well. But even after saying all that, I actually quite enjoyed this book.

I listened to Easy on Audible on a road trip, and I only started listening to it because I was struggling to keep awake while listening to another book. I’m not going to tell you what other book I had to put on hold in order to listen to Easy, but I think everyone would die if they knew what book I set aside to listen to this one.

Anyways, the scene in the very beginning pretty much should have told me to run far, far away. But it didn’t frighten me as much as it normally would, and I was consumed into the writing style so that I kept on listening.

Easy was written with extremely well developed characters. Jacqueline is struggling with a previous breakup, then this horrible thing happens to her and then she grows into a very strong character throughout the story. Everything about Lucas is easy to fall in love with from his hot looks, to his funny, playful and protective personality. And then there are the several douchebag characters that were very well developed too.

Obviously, you can see that this book is full of all kinds of drama, so it’s a given that there would be a lot of tears shed while listening to this book. And yes, I sobbed! The best part of the story was the romance with Jacqueline and Lucas! The whole development of their relationship was extremely well done.

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5 comments:

Angie F said...

I just reviewed this one yesterday! I also try to avoid books about sexual assault, but actually wasn't even aware that's what Easy was about, so that first chapter had me a little panicked. I did enjoy it though, so I'm glad I read it.

Gabby said...

I see this one everywhere, I know now I need to get my self a copy so I can read it. I am super excited to see what I make of it.

I am glad you enjoyed reading it! great review

Alba said...

I'm overflowing with joy right this moment!!!!!!!!!!
So freaking happy you got to read it!!!

I hope this opens you up to read a bit more of these genre!!! :D
And if it's too adult then you can always go ahead and read Tammara's YA series -Between The Lines- Which is just as awesome!!
<3

-smiles proudly-

The Autumn Review said...

Tammara Webber is one of my very favorite authors. I'm so glad you gave this one a chance and that you LIKED it!!!!! So excited! :)

Irene Jennings said...

I almost started reading this book last night! It's been on my TBR list but I've been really hesitant because the last couple of "new adult" books I've read were disappointing. But after reading your review.. I think I'm gonna give it a shot!

Irene Jennings of Pocket Knives

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