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.
I’m not sure there are words for how much I adored this book. While in the beginning, I wondered how Jacqueline couldn’t figure out something I thought was obvious, I was able to look past it and quickly get into the story. Jacqueline finds herself in a situation where she’s almost raped by her boyfriend’s friend. If not for a stranger coming to her rescue, she would have been one of the guy’s victims. Shortly after, even though she doesn’t tell her boyfriend what happened, she gets dumped. She loses herself for a while and misses weeks of classes and midterms. Now needing the help of a tutor, she gets caught up, but she finds herself flirting with her tutor via email.
She also discovers her savior from the party is in her class, and he keeps showing up all over campus. The two are drawn to each other, but Jacqueline holds back, afraid of another heartache. But Landon isn’t going anywhere. Jacqueline finally gives in to her feelings and lets Landon in. But then everything goes downhill when she finds out who Landon actually is. I don’t want to spoil the book for anyone who hasn’t read it, so I’ll just let you know the road ahead is anything but easy for them. I found my heart breaking for Landon.
I loved the relationship between Jacqueline and Landon. They both need each other more than they know, and being together ends up empowering them. I highly recommend this book, and I’ll definitely be reading more of Tammara Webber’s work.