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Easy by Tammara Webber: A Review


If I could give 6 out of 5 stars for a book, I wouldn’t hesitate for a split second to give it to this swoon-worthy book.

Personal Appeal of ‘LM’

Having the tendency to fall for brain guys and just broken up with one, Jacqueline Wallace immediately found a new interest in her life: Lucas, the supposedly knight in shining armor who saved her from rape.

But then there is this one very intriguing tutor, Landon Maxfield, who seems like the best boyfriend material. Though only contacted by email, anyone can see how smart and funny the guy is. (Girls would drool over smart talk, wouldn’t we?)

And…those two are the same person. His name is Landon Lucas Maxfield.

Hence the initials LM.

Broken and Beautiful

A lot of authors attempted this term to their characters, but instead most of them resulted in lame, spineless male specimen.

Some authors, though, such like E.L. James, successfully apply the ‘broken and beautiful’ rule. Look at Christian Grey. Compare it with Travis Maddox.

Okay, snap out of it. Now focus on Landon Lucas Maxfield.

Tammara Webber succeeds in portraying a guy with shady past, but oh…so beautiful. One is not in her right mind if she doesn’t swoon over this guy. No other guy can say ‘fuck it’ with the same effect Landon Lucas Maxfield has.

Forbidden Love

Again, what’s more appealing in romance if not a covert relationship between a student and her tutor? And a sexy, smart tutor named LM, for that one.

Easy is a thrilling, not cheesy, yet swoon-worthy story. I wouldn’t call it a story, though. It’s more an art than it is a story.

~Tiffani Judith~


After knowing the side of Sky’s story from her point of view, now it’s Holder’s turn to tell his side of the story. In the journey of grieving his sister’s death, accompanied by the infamous tattoo “HOPELESS”, Dean Holder starts … Continue reading


“I’m so glad that tonight’s not one of the nights that the doorknob turns. It’s so quiet. So quiet.   And then it’s not, because the doorknob turns.” – Hopeless by Colleen Hoover Everything else in Sky’s life seems normal: … Continue reading

Confess: a novel by Colleen Hoover


Remember how Colleen Hoover had Griffin Peterson sing the book soundtrack of Maybe Someday? Not so much different, now here are all the paintings painted after the confessions in Confess.

“Sometimes I wonder if being dead would be easier than being his mother.”
~anonymous confession~


In Confess, this is the first of Owen’s paintings that Auburn saw in his studio. It was just an hour before the art show she was going to be hired for by him. In her mind, she thought of how beauty and shame were combined in this picture. True as her thoughts, that is exactly how the confession is supposed to be portrayed.

“I’ve never let anyone see me without makeup. My greatest fear is what I’ll look like at my funeral. I’m almost certain I’ll be cremated, because my insecurities run so deep, they’ll follow me into the afterlife. Thank you for that, Mother.”
~anonymous confession~


Auburn saw this one right before she found out how Owen highlighted some certain confessions.

“You Don’t Exist, God. And If You Do, You Should Be Ashamed.”
~anonymous confession~


When told in Owen’s point of view, he describes how this particular confession inspires him to paint his mother, who died along with his brother in a car wreck driven by Owen himself.

“Nothing but Blues”
~a non-confession title~


Owen Mason Gentry only saw his father as the color blue. His father disappointed him, because he destroyed himself after the car wreck… And Owen himself couldn’t have done the same to his life, feeling sorry for himself forever. But there was one girl who saved him…

“I take a step back and I stare at the only piece I have left of her.”
~Owen Mason Gentry~


This was the way he wanted to remember her for the one night they spent: not happy, even a little sad. An expression that showed she was going to miss him. That was Auburn: the girl who saved him without knowing it.

“I’ll love you forever. Even when I can’t.”
~Adam’s confession~


When Owen’s life had been going down with his father in comatose and the rest of his family gone, he saw a girl who stopped the nurse from throwing away a box of painting kit the belonged to the girl’s dying boyfriend, Adam. Upon seeing this, Owen tried his first attempt in painting based on Adam’s last confession to the girl, Auburn.

“Tell me something about yourself that no one else knows. Something I can keep for myself.”- Adam’s regular request to Auburn

Adam asked him to send this painting to Auburn, and until the end, Auburn still believes that the painting was painted by Adam for her. Owen let her stay on that belief, because it’s not his confession to tell. But since then, the two of them – Adam and Auburn – had been his inspiration to create art out of confessions.

~Tiffani Judith~

Fall for Anything by Courtney Summers: A Review


“A smile and a laugh. These things feel wrong in their rightness.”

You can believe, you can trust, but you never know what you’re falling for.

When your best friend and your almost-catatonic mom are not really there as much as you want for you at the same time when the person you hate the most is staying at your house, and when you can’t really get over the suicide your dad committed, you take whatever answer people offer you. Even if it is from a stranger called Culler Evans who claims to be your dad’s student.

And that is exactly what Eddie Reeves is doing as the world all around her seem to just not get her. She wants to understand why her dad did it. And while her only best friend, Milo, is dating a Marilyn-Monroe-wannabe, she can lie to herself that there are answers.

She can lie to herself that her dad really left something for her to figure out…while there is none.


Warning: do not read this book if you don’t have strong mental. I literally had mental breakdown for a week after I finished the book. She loved Nick. But not the Nick everyone was talking about. Not the Nick who … Continue reading


From the author of Delirium series, here is a story that blows your mind away once you are finished with this one… Do you know of Delirium series? Know what Amor Deliria Nervosa means? You know the amazing author that … Continue reading