How well do you know your friends? Anyone can be a monster under ones daily mask. Anyone can brood horrible thoughts about you in their twisted minds. But when a though becomes and act the person really turns into the horrible monster who can destroy another person’s life within a few minutes.
I didn’t know what to expect when I started to read this story but I was so hooked from the very first start. The beginning is quite rough, hitting to the heart with a very sharp stake. I’m pretty sure no other book has aroused so many emotions in me that this one did and I found myself completely lost in the story at times. The story is beautifully written even though the main plot tells about bullying in its hardest form. I can easily imagine the reactions in other people when they heard about the attack, both the victim and the attacker’s stories, and how that could happen in real life. The feelings Jacqueline, the victim, was feeling and the silently whispered accusations around her and the confusion in her head when Lucas, the smoking-hot-hero, is hiding secrets from her.
Tammara Webber has managed to create a very believable story with great characters. All though I have to admit every time I turned the page I almost waited Lucas to be revealed as a vampire or a fallen angel (yeah, too much paranormal romance stories can do that to you…) but nope. There is nothing paranormal in this book and there is no reason why there should be. The book was a masterpiece as it was.
Easy is a must read. A story every woman (and man too!) should read.