Ten Tiny Breaths

Title: Ten Tiny Breaths
Author: K.A. Tucker
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Atria Books
Release Date: February 12, 2013
Rating: ★★★★★

Four years ago, Kacey was in a car accident that killed her parents, her best friend, and her boyfriend. Her and her younger sister, Livie, were sent to live with her aunt and uncle. But when Kacey turned 19, she found out that her uncle had gambled away their inheritance. She takes her sister and moves to Miami after her uncle tried to molest Livie. Soon, Kacey becomes friends with her neighbour Storm and her 3 year old daughter. Storm gets Kacey a job as a bartender at the strip club where she works. Kacey’s other neighbour, Trent, is a very attractive man who moved in just before she did. They meet many times in the laundry room, at the gym, and at the strip club. Kacey falls for him, but Trent has a mysterious past. Kacey keeps her dark secrets from him too so she doesn’t think anything of it, but soon their nightmares threaten their relationship.

This is a great book. The characters are well developed. Everything spirals out of control for Kacey, and her sister is a good foil for her. Livie keeps everything together when Kacey can’t.
At times, the story was very dark. Kacey has severe PTSD so she makes a lot of bad decisions. This also caused a lot of tension in the story between the characters. But the ending was so shocking, that the build up was worth it.

I was suspicious of Trent from the start, but I didn’t think his background was going to be revealed. There is a great twist that reveals everything at the end.

This book is very well written. I’m glad it’s the beginning of a series so the story of Kacey and Livie will continue!

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