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Ten Tiny Breaths: A Novel (The Ten Tiny Breaths Series Book 1) by [Tucker, K.A.]
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" ""This is one the best contemporary novels to hit shelves this year, and a must-read for those who love realistic stories about strong females."--Jen Lamoureux "Hypable.com "

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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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2886 KB
  • Print Length: 289 pages
  • Publisher: Atria Books; Reprint edition (12 Feb. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00B3VEP0Q
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 97 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #86,752 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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(Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Atria Books and Netgalley.)
20-year-old Kacey and her 15-year-old siser Livie have suddenly had to move to Miami, after their uncle who they lived with got into Livie's bed one night.
Moving into a not-very-attractive, but reasonably priced apartment, Kacey and Livie begin building a new life for themselves, with the help of their neighbour - Storm, and her 5-year-old daughter Mia.

Kacey and Livie have not had it easy, their parents were killed in a car accident 4 years ago which Kacey miraculously survived. Kacey has never come to terms with what happened though, and although she takes a lot of her aggression out on kick-boxing, she still has issues, and hates it when people touch her hands.

Things seem to be looking up for Kacey though, when the new neighbour in 1D turns out of be the gorgeous Trent, who seems to want nothing more than to make her happy.
Will Kacey ever get over what happened to her though? Can she really build a life for herself and Livie working for minimum wage? And is Trent Kacey's happily ever after?

This was an interesting story, but light on the romance, and I saw the twist coming.

Kacey is a bit messed up over what she's been through, and it seems that conventional therapy, and kick-boxing aren't really helping her work through things. As much as she's trying to be strong for Livie, and to build a new life for them, something is holding her back. Kacey does seem to be trying, she's even stopped her destructive behaviours, but I think it's obvious to everyone but her that she's not functioning normally.
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Really enjoyed this story. I kind of worked out where it was going about half way through the book, but it didn't make me like the book any less..... One I will keep on my "to read again" list. The characters were great. I loved it.
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If I could give this book more than 5 stars I would.. This book is brilliant and I loved it and will probably read it again straight away. The issues covered in this book are emotional and heart wrenching and written so perfectly well that you feel and understand all of it. You are there with them and feeling there pain and truly wanting to make it better.. I did not want this book to end and was left wanting more.. I honestly loved this book and I read alot of good books but this one will truly touch you in ways you don't think it will. Fantastic book, fantastic story,fantastic writer!
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I went into this with very high expectations based on other reviews, but although it was an ok read, it wasn't any more than that for me I'm afraid.
Part of the problem was perhaps a fatigue with reading stories about broken heroines who are unable to trust someone, no matter how good they are. It has been a theme in so many books this year, it's really getting old for me. I appreciate that's not the author's fault, but unfortunately it did mar my enjoyment.
The second issue was that I sussed the big twist pretty early on. I don't want to spoil the story for others, but that meant that the big shock that the reader was supposed to get at one point was something of an anti-climax for me. I was like...oh, finally, that penny dropped.
Having said all of that, it wasn't a bad read at all and it kept me reading quite happily, it just wasn't as good as I hoped it would be.
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Wow, where did that come from?!?

I love stories that get straight to the point and drop you straight into the story with explanation of things that are relevant from the past being revealed intermittently throughout the plot, and that is exactly what I got with Ten Tiny Breaths.

Kacey is a strong girl with a troubled past who still manages to fit people into her life who take the time to look past her tough exterior. I really loved how she developed as a character throughout the various stages of grief and recovery and was completely blindsided towards the end.

This book made me laugh on numerous occasions and I completely held it together until Mia said the most adorable thing and then i was a blubbering mess. What a fantastic read!
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This was my first read of KA Tucker's and what a read if was, it's full of angst and sorrow mixed in with a few light hearted moments and a twist you won't believe. Can't read to read more from this talented author !
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I think I'm still a little breathless and gathering my emotions after finishing this book but I'll try and pull myself together, pick my jaw up off the floor and give this book the review it deserves and doesn't just consist of "OMG...Epic!"

I literally devoured this book over a three hour period last night. I stopped to eat (and watch an episode of Supernatural) and that's it. Got to 80% and thought okay it's way past bedtime, no okay...2% more then I had a mini heart-attack and I realised there was no chance of sleep until I knew how it ended. It's been a while since a book did that to me. I needed a win after the last book I read failed to ignite my fire and boy did this deliver.

I loved how the author crafted the book weaving the plot through the stages of grief and recovery. I thought it was a really novel concept and added another level to already weighty subject matter.

Up until recently I had stayed firmly in my YA bubble and honestly didn't expect much depth from New Adult. I admit I had cast aspersions that it was simply a way to get more sex into a YA book without being accused of corrupting the young `uns.

I hold my hands up. I was wrong.

This was simply an amazing story about healing after a tragedy that had real heart, emotion, depth, filled with characters that weren't 2D but could actually be people you know and love.

Kacey was such a well thought out character, mired in her grief. Unable to move on as she simply existed while those around her tried to pull her from drowning in the waves of harrowing pain and suffering as she desperately tries to bury the memories of her past.
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