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It felt like he was either the villain in a Gossip Girl episode or a formulaic Lifetime movie, as if he wanted to leap from the bushes at some point to tackle and torment the heroine. It felt like such a blatant display of conflict that would not necessarily happen in real life.

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He tries to assault Jackie three times. In at least one of those times, Jackie willingly shows up in the same place she knows he's going to be and doesn't feel the least bit anxious about it.

It just wasn't shown well, and it felt contrived. It's too darned convenient. That was also too convenient for the latter conflict of the novel regarding Lucas's past. I also sincerely doubt that a professor in a college would be so forgiving of a student who missed two weeks, including a major midterm, on the front of "romantic problems.

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Speaking of Kennedy, I hated him as well, but at least easy contours of the heart #1 was intended to be hated on the part of the way he dumps the heroine by making the excuse that he wanted to see other women and that he was dumping her for the sake of preserving his future.

Not only that, he totally victim blames a girl who was raped by Buck AND makes the comment that he at first thought Jackie was fabricating her story just because she was upset for breaking up with him.

I mentally told him to go screw himself so many times in the course of this novel to Jackie's credit, so did she.

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I didn't necessarily think his inclusion as a character was a bad one because it did give many opportunities for the author to knock down these stereotypes, but it still felt like he wasn't more than a set piece in this overarching novel.

Then there's one character Note, just ONE character who makes an impassioned speech against the "mean girls" of the sorority that Erin is easy contours of the heart #1 part of Buck rapes another girl who is a member there.

I can totally tolerate reading this story from her POV. She took life how it was and dealt with it the best way she could. So I commend the author for creating a likable, semi mature twenty something character like Jacqueline.

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I especially loved the little mystery that was sprinkled into this story with Jacqueline trying to find out who Landon was. The main theme of this book was dealing with sexual abuse of varying degrees.


Of course, it doesn't help the fact not that when Kennedy broke up her, their friends practically took his sideand the few friends that Jacqueline has easy contours of the heart #1 Ironicis it not? If we think that in normal lifethe roles were reversed But having a good message does not excuse awful characterization, unrealistic plot points, or poor writing.

Incredibly long review that attempts t Well this awkward. Incredibly long review that attempts to justify my outlier rating.

My chief complaint about this novel is Jacqueline's unrealistic reaction to being sexually assaulted. In short, it doesn't seem to have the kind of impact on her thoughts or behaviors that I would expect.

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She shows no fear or hypervigilance except when she's face-to-face with her attacker, she doesn't alter her behavior, and she's ready to jump into bed with a guy only two weeks after the assault.

Rescued by a stranger who seems to be in the right place at the right time, easy contours of the heart #1 wants nothing more than to forget the attack and that night--but her savior, Lucas, sits on the back row of her econ class, sketching in a notebook and staring at her.

Until thanks to a chance encounter, he became her savior