Friday, June 20, 2014
Ten Tiny Breaths by K. A. Tucker was a delightful, quick read. I enjoyed Tucker's character development and writing style quite a bit.
The main character Kacey is relateable and not perpetually annoying, although sometimes Tucker overfocuses on what Kacey's thinking. It can seem a little obviously first person if that makes sense. The love interest, Trent, could use a little bit more development, I think, although he does stand independently.
The relationship had a pretty decent build-up, but the end wrapped up a bit too quickly for my tastes.
Overall, it's a great addition to the New Adult genre.