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review 2016-10-02 21:51
Essential novella for the Ten Tiny Breaths Series...
In Her Wake: A Ten Tiny Breaths Novella - K.A. Tucker

Book Title:  In Her Wake

Author:  KA Tucker

Narration:  Sebastian York

Series:  Ten Tiny Breaths #0.5

Genre:  New Adult, Prequel

Source: Audiobook (Hoopla)


✾Goodreads Synopsis✾ 



Hey Man Nice Shot by Filter --it plays at the beginning and end of the audiobook.♫


Ratings Breakdown


Plot:  4/5

Characters:  5/5

The Feels:  5/5

Addictiveness:  5/5

Theme:  5/5

Flow:  5/5

Backdrop (World Building):  4/5

Book Cover:  4/5 (Although, that guy is kind of creepy looking)

Narration: 5/5

Ending:  5/5  Cliffhanger:  Not exactly...


Will I continue this series?  yes



4.7/5 STARS


My Thoughts


A bittersweet poignant look at the other side of the accident that changed Kasey Cleary's life completely, we see what it was like for Trent/Cole just before and after.  Taking us right up to when they both move to Florida. 

If you can handle just how overwhelmingly sad this is; it's well worth the listen...with excellent narration by Sebastian York.  It's best if you read after Ten Tiny Breaths.

Sex Factor:  Not even a factor.


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review 2016-03-12 00:00
Ten Tiny Breaths
Ten Tiny Breaths - K.A. Tucker This review was originally posted on Bookish Things & More


Kacey is a character you either love or dislike.  She’s very snarky, and uses that to protect herself from everyone. She can come off as a bitch a lot of the time, but she does have a sweet side.  Even though she rarely shows it.


While this book is a romance, and let me tell you that is a big freaking bumpy ride, it’s also about family and friendships.  I love Kacey’s devotion to her sister, and doing whatever she has to in order to provide for her.  They have a tight bond, and I love that! They get into their little fights, but you know how much they love each other.  Kacey makes some pretty great friends along the way, too.  She isn’t looking for them, they just sort of happened.  Sometimes the people you need in your life are placed there in the most unexplainable ways.


The story kept me hooked.  I may have figured some things out along the way, but for the most part, I was kept on my toes.  Kacey makes huge strides in who she is as a person, and overcoming all the hate and anger she has in her heart.
If you like angsty stories, and girls who kick ass, as well as show complete loyalty, this is a book you need to read.

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review 2015-08-15 00:00
Ten Tiny Breaths
Ten Tiny Breaths - K.A. Tucker The Bad: It was quite annoying in the beginning.
The Good: It gets better towards the ending.
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review 2015-07-06 00:00
Untitled (Ten Tiny Breaths, #4)
Untitled (Ten Tiny Breaths, #4) - K.A. Tucker Finished it a few days ago.
the series is really great. It just keeps getting better and better with each book. I'm sad that it's over :(
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review 2015-06-27 18:27
Ten Tiny Breaths
Ten Tiny Breaths - K.A. Tucker

I've had Ten Tiny Breaths in my TBR pile for a while now. It's gotten great reviews, and I've been looking forward to finally finding the time to read it. Unfortunately, I didn't love it as much as I had hoped I would.


As a whole, it was OK for me. Kacey is the kind of character who is hard to like, but ultimately I did. She had been through something horrible, and there is no way to critique how she handled the situation. Everyone deals with tragedy and grief in different ways, so I can't say if the way Kacey handled it was realistic or not. I liked all the side characters in the story. Although the plot was predictable for me (even the big twist, which I had guessed from the very beginning), I was still engaged and wanted to see how the author would lay everything out.


The thing I struggled with the most in this book was the stalkerish behavior from Trent. I just hate that many NA books use this style for the development of the relationship and glamorize it. Sure I can understand why he did it, and of course it all works out in the end (I don't feel this is a spoiler - given the genre of the book I feel that's a given). But the thing is, if someone shows up at your work EVERY DAY just to watch you, shows up at your gym (I mean, it's Miami so I don't think 'coincidence' can be the reasoning)... that's kind of creepy. In real life, this type of behavior more often than not is not romantic - it's obsessive and controlling and not healthy. Many of the NA books I've read over the years have this element, and it kind of makes me sad.



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