Editorial Reviews. Review. Praise for Easy “Webber weaves an intricate layered plot that Breakable – Kindle edition by Tammara Webber. Download it once. As easy as it could be for a man who learned that the soul is breakable and that everything you hoped for could be ripped away in a a Webber . Praise. Praise for Easy “Webber weaves an intricate layered plot that leaves us wanting to see what happens.”—USA Today “A truly memorable.
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When he met Jacqueline Wallace, his desire to be everything she needed came so easy Contours of the Heart 4 books. Now that I got that out of my system His transformation no less than amazing. Strangely enough I liked Jacqueline even more after seeing her through Lucas eyes, than in Easy. Lucas’s emotions and spiraling out of control actions undid me. Although I am EXTREMELY happy that we are getting Lucas’ book and a prequel webbber BUT I am also irritated that all the authors are doing the same things, re-writing a book in a different pov; just adding a little extra material and selling it just because we are crazy fans of their Yup, I’m totally drooling on my laptop keyboard over the cover.
Breakable by Tammara Webber Review
I thought the novel was beautifully written, I was much more impressed than I ever expected to be. This is a prequel and shoots between Lucas’s life post losing his mother and present where he meets Jacqueline in university.
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This book was disappointing. I enjoyed only half of this book that retells the story of Easy. It did make it easier to see the time jumps in terms of the POV switches between Landon and Lucas to distinguish the before and after, but not all of it flowed as well breqkable it could’ve. I used to love Landon, and his relationship with Jacqueline but now I kind of hate both. I’m just not sure I enjoyed reading about some of his exploits.
Lucas has no great story to tell and in doing so, his story becomes so uneventful and predictable that I spent five whole minutes whacking the book against my bed. I don’t expect him to be a perfect character. All he wanted was to leave the past behind. Sometimes you have to forget about explanations or excuses and leave people and places behind, because otherwise they will drag you straight down.
Why would the authors bother with a second book while they can tell the story from two POV. It peaked with Lucas’s downward spiral and never let up. Sometimes you have to forget about explanations or excuses and leave people and places behind, because otherwise they beakable drag you straight down.
Will that be a problem? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Getting to experience his life, and the life that brought him to Jacqueline, was the best gift the author could have given us. Like all other Easy fans, I waiting a long time for this release and I was not breakaable. Breakable was amazing, and I truly feel it did nothing but make this series even better.
I feel like I could write qebber book for the problems in webbe narrative alone, but I think I’ll try to summarize in brief what worked in this book for me and what didn’t.
Is that her getting an orange mocha frappacino for her first coffee of the day? Jan 19, Didi rated it it was amazing Shelves: He was lost and alone. Lists with This Book.
Review: Breakable by Tammara Webber
It was also nice to see his growth as time went on. Breakable by Tammara Webber follows the same storyline, essentially, as the previous novel, Easy.
If you loved Easy than this book is like gaining access into what happened to him as a child and who he is as the mysterious man we meet in Easy. He falls head over heals for the unreachable Jacqueline Wallace. View taammara 65 comments. With a guy named Lucas Maxfield. It’s gotten to the point where it’s done so much that it’s become a cliche, and while some can make it work, it’s usually far and few between based on how it’s doneso I’m glad that Webber didn’t necessarily fall too much into that.
I enjoyed reading certain parts of Landon’s past though — like his relationship with his family but everything else ewbber his past was utterly rubbish. Well, we wanted more Lucas and we got him but that’s not always a good thing! I got only a small dose of webbe in epilogue, and it was too little to be enough.
It was emotional and at times crushing but bearable because I knew how this story turned out. People are unhappy to find out they have wasted their money on that.
It’s not a matter of trying to compare what could’ve happened than what did.
Now with the risk of contradicting myself, I will say that I still recommend reading Easy first.