Easy - Tammara Webber I finished this book the other day but I really needed to sort out all my emotions after reading this. If I were to have left a review then it would have just been straight nonsense.

Ok, let's be truthful, I'm still like that. This was one book where the characters just stay with you. Let's start with Jacqueline. Thank God for her. I loved her. She started off as this girl who gets dumped by her boyfriend, and she finds that she really doesn't know who she is without him. But throughout the book, she grows. And it's realistic. All of her fears and insecurities are ones that we've all felt. Oh and not too mention, she's also attacked and almost raped within the first ten pages.

And then it happens again...

And again...

I can't like seriously. It's too much...

But in the midst of this, she meets Lucas. Who is far from perfect as you can get...yet he's ultimately perfect for her. I can't really say anything without giving too much away, and I don't want to do that because everyone who reads this needs to experience all the feels first hand.

I laughed, I cried. The talk between Jacqueline and Dr. Heller had me a sobbing mess at work and to me, was one of the most powerfully written scenes in the book. That combined with the ending just wrecked havoc on my emotions.

So go...read it. Cause Jacqueline and Lucas....