Review: Easy by Tammara Webber

Easy by Tammara Webber
publisher:  Berkley
release date: May 25, 2012
source: publisher for review
book/author links: goodreads / blog / twitter

I didn’t expect this book to be what it was; a book chock-full of social issues with smart situations and nobody that I wanted to slap while saying “girl, you know you like him, just tell him!”

I started reading it at bedtime and didn’t go to sleep until I read the last line.  Needless to say, I needed a gallon of coffee the next day.  It was worth it!

I did expect romance, which I got.  But what I got more of, besides the pull of two people that most certainly do belong together despite their pasts, was that I felt like the story was real.  That’s saying a lot.

I enjoyed the characters! Jacqueline had believable friendships, believable breakups, and I wanted the best for her.  Her roommate was amazing and I loved every scene with her in it!!

I truly enjoyed Easy and really think you should pick it up.  It was worth the read!

XOXO, Shannan

2 Responses to “Review: Easy by Tammara Webber”

  1. I hate that I still haven’t read Easy. I totally need to, and actually have the ebook and the physical copy. I am reading The Sea of Tranquility right now, though, and it is amazing.

  2. Liza says:

    Hi Shannon, I have been buying this book for mothers & their college-bound daughters because there are so many issues in this novel that must be discussed. I also developed a Mother/Daughter discussion guide for it too. I’ll be posting that on my blog when I do a guest post with Tammara Webber later this month. An important novel for older YA. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I loved it.

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