Review: Easy by Tammara Webber

Posted May 17, 2013 by Nessa @ Bookish Things in Book Review / 0 Comments


Series: Stand Alone
Author: Tammara Webber
Publish Date: November 6, 2012
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Number of pages: 310
Buy:  Amazon | B&N
Source: Purchased
Book Description:
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.

Where do I start with this one? It was definitely an emotional rollercoaster. There is drama as soon as I opened the book. I love that it catches your attention as soon as you turn to page one. I seriously had my OMG face on as soon as I started reading the first chapter. I really love this new NA genre. It is a bit more mature than the traditional YA with not as much detail as in the adult books. It has great balance. There are some pretty adult things that happen in this book so I do recommend that an older audience reads this one.

I really enjoyed the storyline. It is a contemporary novel, and it deals with very real problems that women may go through in their lifetimes. You have loss, love, forgiveness, and finding yourself. I had a love-hate relationship with the main character Jacqueline. I felt that she didn’t deal with the situations presented to her well. There were times that I sympathized with her, and then there were times I was saying to myself, “what is she thinking?” I don’t know if I’m just a paranoid type person but, I think one would be a bit more frantic after what Jacqueline has to deal with. I didn’t feel as if she was really traumatized about what happened to her. I felt like she was more concerned over her recent breakup than what had just happened to her.


Lucas was a whole different ballgame. This boy sounds yummy to the core. He is your average bad boy with a sweet side. He is a looker with loads of ladies after him and he only has eyes for Jacqueline. I was totally sporting the “awwww” face with I read the love scenes. He is everything you need in a man. He has his sweet romantic side as well as the I-will-protect-you-until-I-die side. I seriously wished that I could jump into the novel so that I could cuddle with him lol! He is just a really nice guy that had some bad things happen and just needs that one girl to make it all better. He is definitely swoon worthy.


I really enjoyed Jacqueline’s roommate Erin, she is just too cute. I love her attitude. She is a carefree college girl with a big heart. She strikes me as the type of friend who would do anything for you and always had your back. She was one of my favorite characters, after of course Lucas.


There are some pretty crummy guys in this book. Kennedy being one of them. I wanted to punch him so hard in the face. He is Jacqueline’s’ ex and is total jerk. He sees that she has moved on and the moment he feels her out of reach he wants to come back. I hate guys like that and I seethed the whole time he would be in a chapter. He is just a grade A jerk. He is just as bad as the villain in the book. Buck is in a category all on his own. I wanted someone to run him over with a car the whole time. You will have to read to find out what finally happens to that guy.


All in all it was a good light read. I was able to finish the book in two days and I would recommend it to a friend. I give this book 3-1/2 out of 5.



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It’s always hard to do an “about me.” I’m not really good at talking about myself so here it goes… I love to read. The only other thing I love as much as reading is fashion. Reading got me through some of the darkest days of my life, and even now it helps me after those stressful days at the office. On top of being an avid reader, I am a student, wife, a mother of two boys (ages 7 and 4), and a full time employee. My plate is definitely full, but I love every minute of my life. Maybe not always the countless hours at the office, but I am definitely blessed. I agreed to help Katrina with her blog, and boy I didn’t realize how much work it truly is! I am honored to be a part of it. I read a lot of contemporary novels, but Katrina has opened me up to the world of YA. I have to say I am hooked! I bow to all the wonderful authors of this genre. The worlds they put together is amazing. I am a fine arts junkie. I love art, movies, theater, and music. Anything that you can do to express yourself, to show your creativeness and uniqueness, I’m normally a fan of. I am an activist of being true to yourself and always marching to the beat of your own drum. I feel it is important to know who you are, and never apologize for being yourself. I love to laugh so I haunt comedy clubs frequently. I am also a homebody. This sister likes your downtime! You can usually find me snuggled in my bed with a good book, watching a movie or my seasons of Buffy. The show never gets old people!!!! That’s about all there is to know about me, so keep reading you bookish babes!

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