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 Wallacehis desire to He was lost and alone. It explained so much more about this troubled, lonely boy who would become a man capable of honor and love and sacrifice and it also showed just how emotionally defenseless he really and truly was. Instead, Webber should write a novel on how to ruin a romance in three easy steps.
View all 5 comments. The allure with Easy was that Lucas was a romantic interest amongst other concerns that Jackie had in her day to day life such as passing her classes and not bgeakable sexually assaulted. And the funny thing? His relationship with Jacqueline is only in a little over half of the book.
Is she scared of me? It was a story divided.
Review: Breakable by Tammara Webber
It’s truly a story you can connect with since it touches some really sensitive subjects like rape, murder, drugs and sex. When asked to review an audio copy of this book I felt like I received a backstage pass to a rock concert.
Thanks for making the sacrifice for the rest of us! Contours of the Heart Book 2 Author: The story is split into before and after parts: As a child, Landon Lucas Maxfield believed his life was perfect and looked forward to a future filled with promise — until tragedy tore his family apart and made him doubt everything he ever believed.
I got only a small dose of them in epilogue, and it was too little to be enough. It bought the story back to my heart. My only hope at this point is to suffer some horrific brain injury that causes an amnesia, forcing me mentally and emotionally go back to a time before I read this book. I would recommend it to friends who would be interested in an in depth insight into Lucas’s character.
Somehow this girl was meant to be mine, that I was meant to be hers.
Then he found her. Does she like me?
I know Tammzra sound harsh. Now almost a year later, I picked it up once again and found myself flipping the pages so fast and this is a pretty big book too dying to get more details a 4 stars! That feels like it’s trivializing Jackie’s sexual assault. And the hotness factor in this book?
After I dropped my kids off at school I would listen to the CDs.
Breakable by Tammara Webber Review
Fun for five minutes before quickly becoming a waste of space and resources. 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 breakkable my bed. Her movements were methodical. I listened to this on audio, which definitely had a lot to do with my enjoyment of it. I hoped Breakable would be not only retelling of Easy. Keller who turned him around.
Tammara Webber is an extremely talented writer. I really liked Easy but Breakable wasn’t for me.
Breakable (Contours of the Heart, #2) by Tammara Webber
The story is set up in alternating sections of Landon and Lucas with the incident being the starting point. May 20, Jeanne rated it it was amazing Recommended to Jeanne by: I think every one of you already know the story of Jacqueline and Lucas.
Heck, even Buck was still reduced to the “evil rapist” who just kept popping up for the sake of tension in the novel, and it was worse in this novel than “Easy” because there wasn’t really the immediacy of his threat though notably, this was from Lucas’s perspective. So yes, this part is a retelling. Easy was breakale Jackie, Breakable is about Lucas. But nothing compares to how he was growing up, lost and feeling alone, in the coastal town he moved to with his father after his mother passed away.
Sep 18, Annie Brewer marked it as to-read Shelves: