Elena Reviews: Easy by Tammara Webber

When Jacqueline follows her longtime boyfriend to the college of his choice, the last thing she expects is a breakup. After two weeks in shock, she wakes up to her new reality: she’s single, attending a state university instead of a music conservatory, ignored by her former circle of friends, stalked by her ex’s frat brother, and failing a class for the first time in her life.

Her econ professor gives her an email address for Landon, the class tutor, who shows her that she’s still the same intelligent girl she’s always been. As Jacqueline becomes interested in more from her tutor than a better grade, his teasing responses make the feeling seem mutual. There’s just one problem—their only interactions are through email.

Meanwhile, a guy in her econ class proves his worth the first night she meets him. Nothing like her popular ex or her brainy tutor, Lucas sits on the back row, sketching in a notebook and staring at her. At a downtown club, he disappears after several dances that leave her on fire. When he asks if he can sketch her, alone in her room, she agrees—hoping for more.

Then Jacqueline discovers a withheld connection between her supportive tutor and her seductive classmate, her ex comes back into the picture, and her stalker escalates his attention by spreading rumors that they’ve hooked up. Suddenly appearances are everything, and knowing who to trust is anything but easy.

Author Recommendation: Mature Young Adults (language, drinking, sexual situations)


Seriously, I loved, loved, loved this book! This was my first story by Tammara Webber and I was completely enchanted. It falls under the category of Mature Young Adult/ New Adult and for me it was a breath of fresh air as far as this genre goes. I usually don’t read a lot of young adult novels,  but every now and again true gems are found in the said genre and “Easy” is an exceptionally brilliant novel.

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Curious As a Cat (#9)

Curious As a Cat

Here’s the questions…

1) What section of the news do you read first?

2) If you could break one of the Ten Commandments for ‘free’, which one would you break?

3) In what ways do you stand out?

4) Show and Tell. What comes to mind first when you see this picture? Or, tell a story if it reminds you of one.

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