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. Easy Tammara Webber The female protagonist, Jacqueline, followed her boyfriend to state college instead of pursuing her dream of attending. A Contours of the Heart Novel The New York Times Bestseller by Tammara Webber Rescued by a d by a secretSometimes, love isn’t easy He.
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And my problem lies with Jackie’s unrealistic reactions to certain events, behavior and her acute sense of low self-worth. Not your typical contemporary romance,it’s not only about finding love but also about finding yourself,embracing your scars ,showing humanity and playing with the cards life dealt you in tammaara best way you can. I’m definitely reading anything else written by Tammara Webber. So, I’m thinking that maybe Lucas played a part in her getting attacked or something! I loved the way that serious issue was talked about in this book.
I could end webner review right on those notes alone, but the unspoken question aside from whatever projectile objects might be thrown at me for making such a statement might be why I say this about the novel. Tammara Webber painted vividly some very realistic characters and proved that she is a eaxy author.
The scene where nogel sorority leader gave that speech on rape had me in tears. Let me tease you with a snippet: Out of the box, ten out of ten stars! I need a tutor to flirt via email and I think that this smart guy might be just perfect for the job. But since this is my review, I take the liberty to judge the subject matter at hand from any and every angle I wish to.
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I sobbed, I laughed out loud, I swooned. I know this book was written and published before Erin McCarthy’s “True”, but I have to give “Easy” the same criticism: He’s basically the most brazen squatter ever.
They’d interact, then go days without speaking, then interact again, go back to ignoring, or deciding things wouldn’t work out, then talk again, then ignore more Had it been possible to give it a 0 star I wouldn’t have hesitated at all.
It is pretty unbelievable because tammata so young and well, I am not a fan of reading about young people in books, but there you go.
Even though there were a few ‘tried and true’ plot points that are guaranteed to bring out the screaming fangirls, I didn’t feel bamboozled you just can’t stop my love for weird words into going along for the ride.
The attraction between them was undeniable. Rape victims go through many different motions depending upon their experiences, backgrounds, knowledge, mental assertions among other things.
Incredibly long review that attempts to justify my outlier rating. I liked that Jacqueline doesn’t let the events in her life drag her down. It’ll drive you absolutely wild! I’m totally respectful of that, and I recognize that in other works that I perhaps loved, but others disliked, I may have been more forgiving or seen certain angles of a story very differently.
The only thing that lets us hope. And it is perfectly okay to have your own opinion. Also, she’s not sure if someone who is clearly just sketching and not listening in class is someone for her but she can’t deny that she’s tammar to him. Victims just want it all to go away.
I loved it all, even with the lip biting and hands through hair and that half-smile that rarely went into a full one. View all comments.
I felt I was reading only to get to those parts.
nvel Unfortunately, for my experience reading “Easy”, I saw many, many problematic elements here. View all 16 comments. This book was everything. I finished it almost two weeks ago and I still think about the characters because I was on such an emotional roller coaster, fully immersed, while reading. Such an awesome scene, I’d kill to see it in his POV!!!!! Novfl like how Webber connected Landon and Lucas i also loved his emotional struggle to have a real relationship.
Easy (Contours of the Heart, book 1) by Tammara Webber
Finally comprehending that he was waiting for a response, I said, “Okay. Open Preview See a Problem? There was one tiny thing I didn’t particularly enjoy: Wbeber somebody told me this book was like Beautiful Disaster but not completely horrible, woman hating and nonsensical.
I also liked how Jacqueline became empowered as the story continued.