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One Tiny Lie: A Novel (The Ten Tiny Breaths Series) Paperback – 16 Jan 2014

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  • Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Atria Books (16 Jan. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 147674047X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1476740478
  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 2.5 x 21 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 596,280 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"There is so much delicious escapism in K.A. Tucker's One Tiny Lie you may well fake a stomach virus so you can hide out to luxuriate in its angst-ridden love fantasy, a kind of Twilight goes to Princeton...this impassioned romp is to be soaked in and savored, sure to keep any woman warm on a cold winter's night." (Shelf Awareness (starred review))

"Likable characters, steamy liaisons and surprising plot twists add up to a satisfying romance. Readers will be eager for the next installment." (Kirkus)

"Tucker delivers another emotional and unforgettable read. Livie and Ashton's electrically charged connection will have readers frantically turning pages. Add in the witty and sexually suggestive banter and you've got a recipe for one hot and angsty romance. One Tiny Lie tackles heavy topics, but the balance between the romance, coming-of-age storyline and darker issues is extremely well-done. An absolute must read!" (Romantic Times (4.5 out of 5 stars))

"Intense, hot, emotional...K.A. Tucker left no feeling untouched. A gripping read." (Colleen Hoover New York Times bestselling author)

"Fiercely truthful, this book twisted my heart around and handed it to me. This is one you definitely don't want to miss." (Courtney Cole New York Times bestselling author)

"Tucker relentlessly ups the erotic ante with every encounter between Kacey and Trent...steamy romance and quirky supporting characters make this an appealing start to the series." (Kirkus)

"K.A. Tucker is a mistress of words, stringing you along with just the right amount of gut-wrenching drama." (Three Chicks and Their Books)

About the Author

Born in small-town Ontario, Kathleen A. Tucker published her first book at the age of six with the help of her elementary school librarian and a box of crayons. She is a voracious reader and the furthest thing from a genre-snob, loving everything from High Fantasy to Chick Lit.

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What a complete surprise One Tiny Lie turned out to be. Don't get me wrong, I loved Ten Tiny Breaths and I knew going in I was going to enjoy Livie's story... but wow. This was so not how I expected Livie's story to play out.

"That's my Livie Girl. Make me proud."

We of course all know Livie as Kacey's sister, she is the good girl, good grades, good manners, etc... but what I didn't expect is that it is all that good that makes her so messed up. I can see you now shaking your head and wondering what the heck I am talking about. Did you ever stop to think how Livie turned out so normal? Her life was turned just as much upside down as Kacey's, yet Livie is just so... yeah, normal. Well, on the surface she is...

I adore Livie. She is so very sweet and when she needs to be, fiery. She has always acted the grown up, the mature one, but on the inside she is still that same little girl from years ago. I love how loyal she is, and how understanding, she really comes into herself as the story goes along.

"I'm sorry . . ." She shrugs, glancing back at him. "Gotta admit he's hot, though, Livie. He looks like a Mediterranean underwear model. There'd be no coyote-ugly situation in the morning there."

And of course there is Ashton... holy swoon alert. Ashton is amazing. I loved everything about him. I loved how sweet, adorable, kind, loving, and broken he was. I kid you not, every time he came into a scene I started smiling like a crazed, love sick high schooler. He was just enough the bad boy that you deep down know you shouldn't be loving him, but there is just something about him that draws you in, and it never lets you go. Is he perfect? Nope, mistakes are made.
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One Tiny Lie - K A Tucker

5 stars!!!

I loved this book, just as I loved Ten Tiny Breaths but for totally different reasons. This is so different so the two cannot be really compared.

In Ten Tiny Breaths Livie was portrayed as the perfect sister, maybe just a little too perfect. For all the trauma they had been through she had seemingly sailed through it unscathed and this worried Kacey. So much so that Kacey had insisted that Livie had a session with Dr Stayner every Saturday as she was just too perfect!! WTF you say, too perfect??? She needed to live a little, she was trying to be what her dad wanted her to be and as she had promised him before he died, she felt that she needed to fulfil her promises. I will say Dr Stayner made this book for me, he was hilarious and their texting and calls just had me chuckling to myself.

Kacey goes with Livie to get her settled into university and she makes sure before she leaves that Livie has experienced, getting drunk and going to a party. This is where Livie meets Ashton. "And he's pretty much the hottest guy at this school. And also a giant ass. And a bit of a man whore"
I must admit, I did fall for Ash, even though he was a player and he had a girlfriend (and I DO NOT condone cheating in any shape or form) I felt that there was a lot more to his story than was initially revealed and I was so glad that my gut instinct proved to be correct. Livie more or less spends the night in his company at this party, they make out do a few drunken games, get tattoos lol and then she finds out he has a girlfriend..she is so upset. So she does what any other girl would do and finds herself another available guy, she bumps into Connor, he is sweet and tries to comfort her, they eventually agree on a date to go out..
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I bought this when it was on offer at the end of last year shortly after falling in love with K.A. Tucker’s writing in her novel Burying Water. I started it pretty much as soon as I’d finished Ten Tiny Breaths.

One Tiny Lie is all about Livie (Kacey from Ten Tiny Breaths’ sister) and her life at college.
Livie is off to Princeton following the path she is sure her father would have wanted for her while trying to live up to Kacey’s expectations to party and meet guys and have a fun, all round college experience.

Livie is sensible, mature and wise beyond her years – almost to the point of being introverted – for an 18 year old. Her past saw her lose her parents and she had to witness her sister lose herself. Both of those things have really moulded per character and personality. I felt quite sorry for Livie in TTB because it was sort of as if she hadn’t been through enough losing her parents she had to live through the impact the accident had on Kacey too. It almost made me pity her a little until right near the end of TTB where she really holds her own and shows she can kick ass when she wants to. That side of Livie seems to have retreated in the beginning of this book.

Throughout the story I felt a palpable sense of feeling trapped and those vibes were rolling off of Livie. She is just as practiced in avoidance as her sister is although she is doing it to try and live her life the way her parents dreamt she would. The pressure she feels is palpable and keeps you on tenterhooks throughout.

In order to fulfil her college experience Livie does let loose sometimes and parties with her roommate and the boys from the college rowing team. Enter Ashton and Connor.
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