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Easy Paperback – 25 May 2012
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About the Author
Tammara Webber, New York Times bestselling author of Easy, is a hopeful romantic who adores novels with happy endings, because there are enough sad endings in real life. Before writing full time, she was an undergraduate academic advisor, economics tutor, planetarium office manager, radiology call center representative, and the palest person to ever work at a tanning salon. She married her high school sweetheart, and is Mom to three adult kids and four very immature cats. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Now for all of you that know the horrible feeling of loving a book, suggesting it to someone else, only to then find that they actually rather disliked it.... well you can imagine what poor Kerrie was facing. When then coupled with the fact that this had to be the book that got me back into my usual book reading mojo.... well no pressure whatsoever right?!
Well if I ever had any doubt in Kerrie's book selection abilities and recommendations (which for the record I never did have) this suggestion completely and utterly blew them away.
Easy has got to be one of the best and most enjoyable novels I have had the pleasure of reading this year, a feeling even further enhanced by the fact it cured me of my book sluggishness!
Now I could give you a little bit of a feel for the story, its twists and characters; and perhaps drop a few hints hear and there as to what Tammara Webber has in store for you, but I'm not going to. Not this time.
The beauty and joy of this book lies in the simplicity, realism and sheer sweet romance that it presents. I cannot say that the story held many unexpected moments, but I can tell you that since my first encounter with Tammara Webber's "Easy" I have re-read it at least 5 times, that I own it on kindle and in paperback too, and that most likely as soon as I have finished writing this review I will go back to reading it again.
Easy has done what less and less books tend to do nowadays lost in the world of trilogies, complex stories and cliffhangers. It delivered a wonderfully executed and yet simple story of romance, young love, deception, fear and trust in the world you and I face everyday.
Easy has unquestionably been the comfort read of the year for me, and I praise Tammara Webber for her lovely work and the feelings she stirred and brought in me. I know for definite that I will be returning to it several times again and that more hours of sleep shall be gladly lost to it.
If you liked this and would like to stick along the lines of simple straightforward and lovely contemporary romances then I suggest you take a look at the following titles: Breathe by Abbi Glines, To Catch A Pirate by Jade Parker, The Vincent Boys and The Vincent Brothers by Abbi Glines. Should you want some more lovely romance but perhaps with a pinch of magic and mystical then I recommend Finding Sky by Joss Stirling, As You Wish by Jackson Pearce and Beastly by Alex Flinn.
Wow, I really REALLY enjoyed this book! Let me tell you why - the story is young, sexual and very romantic but at the same time it has a serious edge, any author who writes about the subject of assault or rape has to be so careful that it comes across in the right way. This author has, in my opinion, achieved this because it didn't feel like it overwhelmed the story. There was a really good message given repeatedly to the girls who were attacked which I think would translate into real life. One other reason I loved this book so much was the incredible kissing scenes, my goodness this author knows how to write them well!
The attack on Jacqueline happened within the first chapter, it was a shocking way to start the story but certainly effective at making me want to know more. I had so many questions about Jacqueline, Buck and her rescuer Lucas.
There were some fun moments in the story that made me chuckle, most of those being when Jacqueline was with her friends, particularly Erin who was feisty and quite funny. Then came Landon, the tutor, and the increasingly flirty emails being sent back and forth between him and Jacqueline (I do love a book with emails and texts, I feel that I can relate to them more easily).
Lucas was wonderful, he clearly had some secrets which I was dying to find out but he was tough, sensitive and completely sexy! He loved to draw and there was a very sensual moment when he was drawing Jacqueline for the first time, I certainly enjoyed that part.
Buck was the villain of the story and I have to admit my heart started pounding every time he went near Jacqueline, he was definitely not a nice character but saying that, there wouldn't have been much of a story without him - all good books need a bad guy!
This is one of those books that you just can't put down, needless to say I read it in less than a day and I look forward to reading more from this author.
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I really enjoyed it. Well written.