Jacqueline knew how to pick favorites. So did I. -Landon
Easy and Breakable are both favorites of mine. Breakable is a companion novel and not meant to be read prior to Easy. It’s a compilation of Lucas/Landon’s childhood and his pov of 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.
When asked to review an audio copy of this book I felt like I received a backstage pass to a rock concert. I love audio books and this one is well done. Ms. Webber’s son was the narrator for this book and he was awesome. His voice added a wonderful dimension to the story. I loved his teenage girl voice for Carly because it made me laugh every time. I’m often asked why I like audio books so much;
Here are 2 reasons why:
✦ You can listen while you multi-task (work-out, pay bills, drive in the car, cook dinner, etc…)
✦ Putting a voice to the character makes the book feel alive
♥ To hear what the audio sounds like click here.
Unfortunately I had a set back while listening to the CDs. My laptop cord shorted out and there aren’t any stores close by that sell laptop cords. I ended up reverting to using my CD player in my vehicle. After I dropped my kids off at school I would listen to the CDs. I’d make sure to drive the long ways home so I could have more listening time. One time after arriving home I sat in the driveway and listened until I noticed the neighbors were looking at me. hee hee
Book 2 – companion novel
***Thank you, Tammara Webber, for the complimentary audio copy in exchange for an honest review.***