Thursday, March 13, 2014

One Tiny Lie (Ten Tiny Breaths #2)

Review: One Tiny Lie (Ten Tiny Breaths #2)
By: K.A. Tucker

 One Tiny Lie (Ten Tiny Breaths, #2)

I really enjoyed Ten Tiny Breaths and I was so excited to see Livie had her own book. Livie was already such a great character. She is the younger sister, but the responsible one, protective, and more grown up than she should be. 

Christy from Book Babes Unite said in a review: "If Ten Tiny Breaths and Thoughtless had a love child, this would be it." I knew I would fall in love. 
  

Livie heads to Princeton to make her dad proud. Her sister Kacey and the crazy Dr. Stayner try to get her to live life like a normal college student. They say she is "too perfect". They want her to go to parities, make mistakes, and find out who she is. Livie just wants to study, get good grades and be a doctor. Stick to her plan and make her parents proud.

When Livie meets Ashton at a college party full of jello shots, the connection is immediately there. I instantly loved him. But like most bad boys full of pain and secrets do, he pushes her away. Then Livie meets Connor. He is sweet and smart and everything she should be with, not to mention, Ashton's best friend. 
  
I loved the chemistry between Livie and Ashton. It was hot, complicated, undeniable and made me want to pull my hair out! Ashton has his own secrets and continues to send Livie mixed signals, confusing the poor girl even more. Livie is now stuck between two guys.

I loved the tension, the flirting and the conflict. My favorite part of the book was Livie's sense of humor. I had to get out of bed once in the middle of the night because I was laughing so hard and I thought I would wake my husband. Livie and her sister Kacey are both quick witted and I loved being inside their heads. 

I really loved the book and gave it 5/5 stars. It was one of those books I just couldn't put down because I just needed to see how their story ended. I  love catching up with the crew in Miami from TTB too!

Favorite Lines:

“I roll my eyes at the phone. “I got it. ‘Girls Gone Reasonably Frisky.’ I’ll do my best.”


“Because you’re not a one-night girl, Irish.” Leaning in to place a kiss on my jawline, he whispers, “You’re my forever girl.”

 



 

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