PUBLISHER: Evernight Publishing


DATE PUBLISHED: 26th January 2017


PAGES: 256



It’s been an entire month since Shayler Thompson has orgasmed from something not made out of silicone. If her sour mood is any indication, she needs to get laid like yesterday. So when she walks up to a sexy nerd at the bar and propositions him, it seems like a great idea. Until he rejects her and calls her easy.

Still reeling from his hurtful words, Shayler is surprised to find that the nerd, David, is a Teacher Assistant for the one college class she’s totally embarrassing herself in. When he offers to help her study, she accepts, thinking that maybe she’ll get laid after all. But David isn’t into casual sex, and Shayler refuses any sort of commitment. With enough chemistry to light his dumb Prius on fire, she’s sure one of them will eventually give in… She just really hopes it won’t be her.



This is the second book in the Labelled series where the main female protagonists are labelled with a stereotype and then they work towards understanding themselves better and accepting who they are and who they want to be.

Easy follows Shayler who is a promiscuous party girl on campus. She can get any guys she wants and does, happily. Until one day someone says no, telling her she is easy. As the book unfolds there is a lot of self-reflection on the part of Shayler about how others perceive her.

The guy who called her easy just happens to be David, a TA from one of her classes. He offers to help her study for the class, but just as a friend. The relationship develops from there and the pair slowly begins to understand each other and their opposing points of view.

A fun college book with two characters with totally opposing view points. The character examination that occurs in this book and the message of self acceptance are elements I particularly enjoyed.



Keep Calm and Read On,


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