A girl who believes trust can be misplaced, promises are made to be broken, and loyalty is an illusion.
A boy who believes truth is relative, lies can mask unbearable pain, and guilt is eternal.
Will what they find in each other validate their conclusions, or disprove them all?
©2012 Tammara Webber (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
All business but contemporary fun!
The story is surprisingly developed for a YA book. Jacquelyn comes out of a relationship with the perfect boyfriend and tries to not fall for the seeming "bad boy" which proves to be a strong solid character after a traumatized past. Both characters could have shown more of their layers throughout the book, given what the writer disclosed for their past.
Easy was so well written, constantly keeping you attention! I was always on the edge of my seat waiting for the next chapter to begin. This is now the Third time I've ready/listened to the book and I have a feeling there will be many more times!
My favorite moment was of course the end when they are at Lucas' house and he shares the fact that they will be having a new beginning together because where she is where his heart is.
I'm one of the reviewers at the Guilty Indulgence Review Site. I am always reading - I don't go anywhere without an ebook or audiobook!
Filled with romance and real life issues, Easy will appeal to many readers who enjoy the New Adult genre. The book has a simple story line with strong characters and a hot little love story. The story deals with rape, breaking up and relationships - tough subjects that the author handles with grace. There's not an abundance of drama but the feelings are packed in. Kudos to Webber for tackling such a difficult topic in a romance and for doing it well.
Jacqueline was believable as a real character. I have know girls like her. She wasn't too one dimensional.
When she realizes who the tutor is. I think she was a little slow to do so and in real life I don't think it would have been a unknown for long. She would have found out.
A wannabe riot.
I would recommend this audiobook! The story was captivating from the very beginning, with the story unfolding in sometimes predictable, but still interesting ways. The two main characters are really interesting, particularly Lucas. I look forward to reading the story from his perspective in "Unbreakable" next year.
Lucas. Hands down.
There is a detailed description of attempted rape in this novel, so be forewarned...
Ms. Sands just sounded too old and not enough range to read this book.
Probably not. It starts out off the bat with an attempted rape and the entire story is her being a moron about it. Eventually she, you know, tells someone, but the journey there is incredibly frustrating.
This is the same exact question. Still NO. Unless they want victim-blaming and slut-shaming.
The scene where she kicked the guy's ass. I knew it had to happen and I waited for it the entire time. Can't say it was totally worth it, but he got his ass handed to him, thank GOD.
NO. This will never be a movie. It was basically a really long episode of Law & Order: SVU, without the drama and awesome sound effects.
The narrator was good but I'm sorry I bought this book. It made me so angry. I guess it was more or less realistic, but I wanted to slap the crap out of most of the characters, especially Kennedy. UGH.
A girl aged 12 might enjoy this book. We should know the age of the people who rate books....I am 50 and it was very immature.
Absolutely, it's a very pleasant read. I enjoyed the author's writing style and the narrator was good as well.
This book is definitely geared towards younger adults but I still liked it.
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