Title : Easy Silence
Author : Beth Rinyu
Series : N/A
Rating : 5 Stars
Blurb : They say you never forget your first love. No matter how many more come along or how much time goes by, there will always be that one person who will be forever embedded deep inside your heart and soul. For me, that was Jaxson Callahan. We were complete opposites. I was a senatorâs daughter. My parents were always too busy keeping up appearances on the political scene to show me love, so instead they bought my affection. He was the son of a woman who allowed men to use and abuse her as well as him, just for her next fix. We became each otherâs solace during that summer we met, creating a lifetime of memories in three short months. I provided him with a sense of hope that there was more than just the harsh reality of the life he had grown accustomed to, and he showed me a genuine love that I had been yearning for my entire life. We vowed to be together forever.I loved him and he loved meâ¦. and nothing would keep us apart.Nothing except the secrets that were hiding in that small seaside town.Secrets that altered our destiny. We were never given any warning as we watched our future shake, crumble and disappear altogether, leaving us with nothing but memories of a bittersweet past. Life can be beautiful.Life can be kind. And, life can be heartlessâ¦..because nothing about our situation was fair.
Review : Easy Silence by Beth Rinyu was my first book from this author and it will definitively not be my last. From the first page on she has a wonderful way of sucking the reader right into the middle of the story. Her writing is fluent, flawless and the storyline is moving at just the right pace.
I will not comment on the content as I always tend to say to much and spoiler once I start. So usually I only tell you what I felt when I read this book. And in this book I would use the line âI sufferedâ to describe my feelings.
Actually I put the book aside during reading several times as I felt I was not prepared for what I was sure was going to happen. Sometimes if the writer is good the reader knows what will happen without feeling that the story was to easy or obvious. And this book is one of those books.
I feel the world needs more writers like this one.