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Your dad is on his way. A clear cord extending from the bottom of the bag looped down. Tears overflowed and trailed down her cheeks. Your father will be here as soon as he can. I screamed her name in my head, Mom! Like asking stupid questions. Or talking during the lecture — and missing the evil eye from the professor.
Excessive body odour. Audible snoring. Or my personal anathema: Typical previous BMOC of his high school — used to toadies toadying. Still expecting it, still getting it. Frat guy. Casual but affluent clothes, expensive haircut, self-important smile, perfect teeth and the requisite cute girlfriend. Likely majors: He annoyed me on sight. Often the brightest students made up most of the group.
So there I sat — bored off my ass on the back row, working on assignments from my senior-level courses, sketching out design-project ideas, keeping an ear on where the lecture was going so I could stay on topic during my sessions, and resolutely ignoring my pointless dislike of the conceited sophomore sitting in the centre of the class with his accessory of a girlfriend.
But by the end of that first week, my attention was straying to her.
Since childhood, drawing has been a comforting diversion, and sometimes an escape. All I know was that by the time I was five or six, paper and pencil were my way of relating to the world. My personal form of meditation. Once I began college, most of my drawings became mechanical or architectural in nature — probably unavoidable, given my mechanical-engineering studies.
But even in my free time, I rarely sketched bodies or faces any more. I had little desire to do it. Until her. Entering and exiting class, her boyfriend sometimes held her hand.
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But it was like he was holding a lead, not the hand of a girl he cared about. Before class, he talked football, politics, music and frat particulars like rush or upcoming parties with other guys like him and guys who wanted to be like him.
Nearby girls bestowed sidelong glances he pretended to ignore. She was beautiful, sure, but in a university with thirty thousand undergrads, that was hardly riveting. If not for my initial annoyance with her boyfriend, I might never have noticed her at all. Once I realized how often my gaze drifted over her, I consciously fought the inclination — but it was no use.
There was nothing in the room as interesting as this girl. What fascinated me first and foremost were her hands.
Specifically, her fingers. In class, she sat next to him, wearing a loose smile, sometimes quietly conversing with him or others nearby. During those moments, though, her hands — her fingers — were performing.
Carlie was forever tapping a fingernail or a foot, jiggling a knee, talking. Her movements were methodical. Sitting far enough to the left of her to study her profile, I watched her chin bob, so subtly it was almost undetectable — and at some point, I realized that when her expression was remote and her fingers were moving, she was hearing music. She was playing music. Jackie and Kennedy? No one could be that shallow.
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I thought back to this morning at the end of class. He could absolutely be that shallow. I touched a finger to her name. No open circle. No little heart. And there was the eye roll after his Hey, babe. What the hell was I even thinking? This girl was a student in the class I tutored. She was off-limits, at least for the remainder of the semester. They were both sophomores, according to the roll sheet.
Worst-case scenario, then: So I did what any normal stalker would do. I looked her up online and found a locked-down profile. But his was wide open. Kennedy Moore. In a relationship with Jackie Wallace.
No anniversary listed, but there were photos tagged of her — not just over the past year, but before that. I worked backwards, growing progressively pissed off for no good reason. The summer before college. High school graduation. Skiing over spring break. A surprise party on her eighteenth birthday. A distance shot of an orchestra with more performers than the population of my entire high school.
Thanksgiving with his family. The two of them horsing around with friends on a football field just outside a high school that reeked of moneyed suburb. Previous summer break. Junior prom. Yet another Christmas. The earliest photo of her with him was taken at a fall carnival nearly three years ago. Three years. Like any good domesticated companion, I put my laptop aside and went to let him in.
When I opened the door, he sat on the mat, licking a paw. It was late. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I love a companion novel if it adds scenes we didn't have in the first book. Of course, I do want to read the major scenes from that book from this character's point of view.
I don't want the author to skip over their first kiss for instance. This book gave me that and so much more. It delves into Lucas's past as well as his love story with Jacqueline. Since I wanted to know more about him after that reveal in the first book, I was happy to discover how much of his past was in this book.
Since most of that part takes place in high school, he doesn't have the same maturity level that he does in college. The author did an amazing job writing from the point of view of him as a teen in comparison to him as a young man in his twenties. The secondary characters were also very memorable, especially Boyce.
I enjoyed the progression of their friendship. I also loved the scenes with Landon's grandfather. This book was just as compelling as Easy. I loved how it expanded Lucas's character and revealed how he became the person Jacqueline fell in love with in Easy.
She was In book one, Lucas was confusing and aggravating, but book two explains all that. I liked him a lot more in book two. One person found this helpful. New scenes and a fresh view undiminished by Easy.
I loved this. But damn I do.
Seeing him grow up a day face loosing his mom To hear how he lost her. Broke my heart.
But I'm so glad he had Mr Heller I can't seem to forgive his dad tho. I would expect more from my husband if I were to die. More than failing everyday after I was gone. But Jacqueline is a saving grace for Landon.
He could save his mom while she saved him. And if u missed the love scenes from the first book u definitely get a fuller ahem I have to agree with the other reviews that this was not a re-telling of the story of Lucas and Jacqueline in "Easy. It was different to have the story unfold as alternating chapters of Lucas' past and present life.
At first I didn't like it because it was confusing, but it made more sense as you continued reading why the author chose to write his story this way. Although the growing romance and friendship of Lucas and Jacqueline was at the forefront, I felt the story was more about Lucas' difficult journey to forgive himself and his father for the devastating event that changed their lives.
Lucas was lucky to have Mr. Heller and his family step in at the right time and helped him become the best person he could be for himself, his father, and later for Jacqueline.
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I enjoyed this book immensely as I did with the first one, "Easy. After reading this book, you definitely get the picture that he wanted their relationship more than she did, which was unexpected because it is generally the other way around. Nevertheless, it was a great read! Paperback Verified Purchase. Being a huge fan of Easy, to say that I was beyond excited when I discovered that this book was being written is not a lie a happy dance may have been involved.
And I have to say that I adored Breakable probably more so than Easy, and that's because of Lucas, his story was always so much more intriguing to me than Jacqueline's was, so to open the book and not only find that we get Easy from his point of view but we also get at the start of every chapter his past, after the heartbreaking events that took his Mom away from him and in a sense his childhood innocence which also left him with a world of guilt, we get a look into his life after the event that changed his and his Dad's lives forever and up to where we first meet him in Easy.
Punishing himself with alcohol and drugs, we see Lucas lose his sense of self, failing at school he just doesn't care, it doesn't help that after his Mom's death that his Dad closed himself off, and barely speaks to him, which makes Lucas believe even more that his Dad blames him for what happened to his Mom when he was thirteen.
After a downward spiral that lands him in jail, Charles a friend of his parents helps him to get back on his feet and to make something of himself, and it's through hard work and perseverance that he accomplishes just that, which ultimately brings him to the class where he notices Jacqueline for the first time, while she remains ignorant of his existence until the night she is almost raped, saved by Lucas she tentatively starts to let Lucas in, but will his past hold him back from moving forward with his life and find happiness with the first and only girl he's ever loved?
I love this trend that seems to be happening with the New Adult genre with the books being rewritten in the males point of view, I also seem to find them more enjoyable than the original story, one nitpicky thing I just wish that the epilogue was set much farther in the future than just six months, I wanted to know where Lucas and Jacqueline were in say ten years time and what they were up to, but that's just one little thing that doesn't affect the story in any way.
For those of you who were big fans of the first book, you definitely need to pick this book up, Tammara has written a story that far surpasses the first and will leave you clamoring for her next release. Highly recommended. See all reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. This item: Set up a giveaway. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
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