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"Easy to love. Easy to recommend. Easy to want more. But best of all, EASY to review, because there are no questions as to how much I enjoyed it. From start to finish, I didn't want to put it down, and I especially didn't want it to end."
Maryse - Maryse.net

"Easy was a profound story about empowerment, healing and moving on... Webber created a cast of memorable and stunning characters with the use of a relatable could be any of us girl, an intense flawed yet super hero of a guy and a remarkable best friend who loves, supports and brings much levity to the story."
Tina - TinasBookReviews.com

"Webber sets her novel apart through the college campus and college situations that the characters face... I also love that (her) characters behave like college students; they are extremely real and the dialogue is pristine, making me feel like I was right there alongside the characters, facing the same situations."
Shana - BookVacations.wordpress.com

"You get some really sexy scenes that never devolve into smut; you get to watch the evolution of a relationship from virtual strangers to lovers; and you get to meet a fiercely guarded, damaged boy and girl blossom into something new."
Judith - ILoveYAFiction.com

"Easy will grab your attention from the very first page and will take you on an intense and emotional roller coaster that will leave you emotionally drained, but completely satisfied. I hope every one of you reads this book and I think you will love it as much as I did."
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About the Author

Tammara Webber is the author of the Between the Lines series.

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 316 pages
  • Publisher: Tammara Webber (May 24, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 098566181X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0985661816
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.7 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.1 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,939 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,056,393 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Tammara Webber has this amazing ability to craft these remarkable and hard-to-get-out-of-your-head stories. Her writing gushes raw emotion and there were multiple times in Easy when I myself cried and plenty of times that I laughed and smiled. I absolutely love her Between the Lines books, especially Good For You, and I have been anticipating reading Easy since I first heard about it. Tammara hits on a difficult issue in this book, one not to be taken lightly, and does a phenomenal job stressing the importance of getting help and standing up for yourself.

Easy begins with a bang, the author immediately dives into her hold nothing back tale of issues, romance, and strength carefully and it's wonderfully done. I read Almost by Anne Eliot a few months back and those that have read and enjoyed that one should definitely check this one out, but so should everyone else as well. It's a story about being strong and believing in yourself.

As Jacqueline begins putting her life and her heart back together again after the end of a 3 year relationship two opposite and equally desirable guys come into her life. First there's Lucas, the mysterious artist in her class and a totally swoon worthy male. He may be harboring some deeply rooted secrets and multiple occupations but he is eye candy and just may be the whole package. Then there's Landon, the class tutor who is intelligent and witty and seems to be what Jacqueline needs right now, but she's never met him in person. I adored the sweet banter of emails shared between Landon and Jacqueline, they made me smile from ear to ear. Easy and natural conversations are plentiful throughout this book, everything flows nicely. The characters are all great and diverse. I can't say enough wonderful things about this book. GO BUY IT NOW!
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This book resonated with me strongly, and I'm giving it a well deserved 4.5 stars.

I received this book from Goodreads First Reads giveaways in exchange for an honest review.

Easy by Tammara Webber has been floating around cyberspace for a while, and so I was excited to get a chance to read it. This book stars Jacqueline, a college girl, who has been dating the all American guy for three years, and has a charmed life. This all ends when said guy dumps her to spread his wild oats and she gets attacked by one of his frat brothers. Then she meets Lucas, a hot bartista, and also starts a flirty conversation train with her new Econ tutor whom she's never met. And not to mention, she has a kick butt best friend and roommate, Erin, who is probably one of my favorite characters of the year.

I think that any woman can tell you that being attacked is something we all think about when we are heading to our cars at night, and one thing that we are all nervous about, even if we don't say it out loud. The fact that someone can go through such trauma and then end up on top is really empowering. That's all that went through my head-- with great, loving friends and support, you can protect yourself. Jacqueline grows and develops throughout the book, initially powerless, but then finds ways to stand up for herself. Erin helps her every step of the way. I know I've already started the love fest about Erin, but she is totally awesome. She is unwavering in her support to Jacqueline, and the fact that she is a sorority girl that parties and Jacqueline is a bookworm makes no difference in their relationship. In fact, in many instances, she totally stands up for her instead of standing with her sisters.
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This is my first read from this author, and I am definitely drawn to read her other works!
The subject matter is heavy, but it doesn't feel heavy because it doesn't come from a place of condemnation, but rather reality. Tammara took great care in the reality of these difficult situations in a college setting; what friends think/do, what bystanders think/do, and what the Greek community thinks/does.

The friendships were honest and felt real, without being overwhelming. The language used was fantastic. Sure there was a fair amount of cursing and otherwise colorful language but, again, that's the reality- not the airbrushed version. The vernacular is current, popular, and amusing. I laughed out loud many times, remembering my own college experience not that long ago.

I deeply appreciated the back stories not becoming lost in the main story. While Kennedy didn't dominate the book, I felt him and even grew to feel his frustration at himself by the end of the book. I LOVED Erin, and loved that she was a 2nd strong female in this story- a story can never have too many strong females :)

As the member of a national sorority, I felt the Greek system was portrayed fairly and accurately; for better and for worse. The conversation in the sorority meeting is one that has happened in various incarnations in chapter meetings across the country. It's true that it only takes ONE strong-headed woman to say "cut the bull and let's stand together"

Some of the things that happened emotionally with Lucas and Jacqueline I wished had happened sooner, so we could go deeper in to them, rather than a tear and "do you want me to leave?
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