Even though, at the beginning, "Easy" seems like another romance and ordinary book, it isn't. The story is not based only on the love between two people, but on trust, pain, fear. Jacqueline, and Lucas needed each other because, they were only two teenagers which are very much alike. From the very first moment they met, they fell in love, and everything continued. Lucas adored Jacqueline before they met, and hoped that he would have the opportunity to talk to her. But, soon, their relationship became fragile and the tight bond between them started to fall apart, because their love was condemned by everybody. Still, for Lucas, loving Jacqueline was "incredibly easy".
I have seen a lot of good reviews for "Easy" and I had to try it. I can't say this it was extraordinary, but I liked it, because the story between Jacqueline and Lucas was very captivating and full of suspense. I didn't expect to like a love story so much, because, usually, there are a lot of boring things happening, but Jacqueline was unpredictable and I liked the decisions she took, about Lucas. The fact that Erin and Maggie, her only friends, were there helped here a lot, because she couldn't count on her parents. Somehow, the author managed to keep me in suspense, because I was always wandering when will Jacqueline meet Buck, and when I least expected, he appeared. But I'm glad that Lucas helped the girl. And somehow, Kennedy, her ex, became the good character, because he cared about her, even if Jacqueline wanted to get rid of him.
The fact that Jacqueline didn't observe Lucas until he saved her showed us that you shouldn't judge someone based only on appearances. After she met him, the girl noticed that Lucas was nice and that he deserved her atention. I really liked that she realized that she made a mistake ignoring him. Another thing that amazed her was that she never thought she could fall in love with someone like him, with a bunch of tattoos and a scarry past. It was a shock for her, but she discovered in Lucas something that Kennedy didn't have. But to find out, you must read the book first!
I learned a lot from this book. Seriously, you have to read it!show more