Easy by Tammara Webber
At the point when Jacqueline takes after her long-term beau to his preferred school, the exact opposite thing she expects is a separation two months into sophomore year. Following two weeks in stun, she awakens to her new the truth: she’s single, going to a state college rather than a music center, overlooked by her previous friend network, and fizzling a class without precedent for her life.
Allowing a gathering to sit unbothered, Jacqueline is struck by her ex’s fraternity sibling. Saved by a more odd who is by all accounts in the correct place at the opportune time, she doesn’t need anything more than to overlook the assault and that night – however her friend in need, Lucas, sits on the back column of her econ class, outlining in a note pad and gazing at her. Her companions assign him to be the ideal bounce back.
At the point when her assailant turns stalker, Jacqueline has a decision: fold in thrashing or figure out how to battle back. Lucas stays defensive, however he’s concealing insider facts of his own. All of a sudden appearances are everything, and knowing who to trust is definitely not simple.