Easy Silence by Beth Rinyu

REVIEWED BY Melinda Lazar

Easy SilenceEasy Silence by Beth Rinyu
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Easy Silence by Beth Rinyu

While I certainly enjoy this author's works, this particular book is not the type that I would (normally) actively seek out to read but I was given an arc in exchange for an honest review so here it is!
This book was an extreme roller-coaster ride. I experienced many highs and many lows while reading. It was a really special and unique read and I can't and won't talk about the story because it really just needs to be read. I will talk about the characters though. Jaxson is such a heartbreakingly strong character. He has been through so much and shunned by society for reasons that are beyond his control and he believes he's unworthy of love and certainly unworthy of Samantha. And then you have Samantha herself, the poor rich girl from the right side, who doesn't even realize that she's living a lie and all she wants is love in its purest form.
Jaxson and Samantha are just a young couple trying to find themselves, love and each other. This truly is a beautiful story that needs to be read. I thank the author for pushing me well out of my reading comfort zone and give 5 teary stars.

**arc received in exchange for honest review.

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