A Review of 'Easy' by Tammara Webber
"Easy" by Tammara Webber is a New Adult romance novel that tells the story of Jacqueline, a college student who is recovering from a traumatic event in her past. The novel follows her journey as she navigates the challenges of college life and the difficulties of healing from trauma.
The novel is well-written and engaging, with a strong focus on character development and emotional depth. Webber does an excellent job of capturing the complexities of Jacqueline's experience, and readers will find themselves fully invested in her story. The novel also explores themes of consent, power dynamics, and the importance of communication in relationships.
One of the standout aspects of the novel is the portrayal of Jacqueline's relationship with Lucas, the love interest. The novel explores the complexities of their relationship, and the author does a great job of showing how their connection develops over time. The novel also highlights the importance of consent, and how it plays a role in their relationship.
However, some readers may find the pacing of the novel to be slow, and the ending may feel unsatisfying to some. Additionally, the novel does not delve deeply into the psychological aspects of trauma, which may be disappointing for some readers.
Overall, "Easy" by Tammara Webber is a well-written and engaging romance novel that explores the complexities of healing from trauma and the importance of consent and communication in relationships. While the novel does have its flaws, it is a compelling read that will leave readers invested in the characters and their journeys.
If you're looking for a romance novel with a strong focus on character development and emotional depth, "Easy" by Tammara Webber is a great choice. The novel is a compelling read that explores important themes, and it will leave readers invested in the characters and their journeys.