My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Sometimes in life you make a decision and you find yourself questioning it. A lot. You don’t regret it, exactly. You know that you probably made the right choice and that you’re probably better off for it. But you do spend a lot of time wondering what the hell you were thinking.
One Tiny Lie is the second book of the Ten Tiny Breaths Series by K. A. Tucker. Ten Tiny Breaths focuses on Kacey, a broken girl who keeps everyone at an arms length while this book focuses on Livie, Kacey’s straight A sister who is now starting college. Livie has a life plan- become a pediatric oncologist who will save children’s lives someday. But then Kacey convinced her to go to her first college party where she meets Ashton, the man who will help shatter her plans.
One Tiny Lie is an easy read. The words flowed smoothly. The story of book is sort of a typical young adult romance story. A perfect girl meets the bad boy (sort of) who will teach her how to have fun. The perfect girl finds out things about herself that she did not know and she’s changed forever. Plus, the boy is broken is some ways too but is just the perfect boy for her.
For me, One Tiny Lie did not offer more than what is typically read in other stories. It involved self-discovery and healing but the book failed to connect to me emotionally. I enjoyed the pace but I did not really feel anything.
I recommend this book for those looking for an easy read but if you are looking for somethign that will make you laugh or cry or both, this is not it.