Thursday, August 1, 2013

Review: Easy

Title: Easy
Author: Tammara Webber
Rating: 5/5


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.


I'm going to start this review with:


For the first two chapters, I didn't like it and almost put it down.  BUT because a friend of mine had given it a rave review I forged on, and I am so glad I did!!

I can't put my finger on what exactly is so uniquely amazing about this book.  It has a typical-ish storyline, and the characters aren't that amazing (except for Lucas, he is a god).  It was nice to have a book that focused on a college student for once (as I am one).  There are so few books that aren't either high school and younger, or adult and older.

So, while there were portions of this book that made me mad (which is what every good book does), it didn't drag things out in a painful way.  Like the issues spanned the entire book, but the author jumped between plot lines enough that it wasn't frustrating and by the time I reached the end I wasn't just happy for a conclusion, I was actually sad to see it end.

Now on to the best part of this book:  LUCAS

He is just like the ultimate perfect man all the way from his mysterious past, to his drool-worthy tattoos, to his genius in art and school.  It's almost too much perfect for one boy, especially when he repeatedly saves Jacqueline.

Obviously I loved almost ever sentence of this book (I mean, come on.  I even went and hunted down .gif images to express my love).

So I recommend this book to EVERYONE (over the age of 17).

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