Burying Water kindle ✓ Paperback read ☆ mbjuk

kindle Burying Water

Burying Water kindle ✓ Paperback read ☆ mbjuk  The top selling beloved indie author of Ten Tiny Breaths returns with a new romance about a young woman who loses her memory—and the man who knows that the only way to protect her is to stay awayLeft for dead in the fields of rural Oregon a young woman defies all odds The top selling beloved indie author of Ten Tiny Breaths returns with a new romance about a young woman who loses her memory and the man who knows that the only way to protect her is to stay awayLeft for dead in the fields of rural Oregon a young woman defies all odds and survives but she awakens with no idea who she is or what happened to her Refusing to answer to “Jane Doe” for another day the woman renames herself “Water” 35 starsIt’s a little odd for me to read a book and not post the review until weeks later In this case part of me just wanted to delay posting the inevitable truth I didn’t really love this book KA Tucker is one of my all time favorite authors and a really cool lady – what she writes I read Though well written Burying Water was a bit boring and I wasn’t invested in the story or characters I’m rating this book 35 stars because there wasn’t anything substantially wrong with it but then again there wasn’t anything substantially amazing about it either This book certainly started off with a bang The heroine wakes up in a hospital severely injured and on top of that has no recollection of what happened to her or who she is Renaming herself ‘Water’ for the little tattoo on her body she’s offered a room at a large horse farm and starts to rebuild her life but always aware that her present is temporary completely contingent on whether or not she remembers her past Jesse Welles is her next door neighbor who’s super handy with cars He’s also the one person who knows who she is and her past before being ‘Water’ Though Water doesn’t recognize him from before she feels at ease with him and instinctively knows that this man was important to her As the days pass Water remembers tidbits and gets flashbacks of events leading up to the day of her brutal ordeal until finally the entire truth surfacesI think I would’ve enjoyed this book if it weren’t for the way it was set up It’s written in alternating pastpresent scenes with Water in the present and Jesse in the past The mystery around Water’s past unfolds fairly uickly for the reader so that buries a lot of the suspense for me I like it when the clues are subtly presented not blatantly written out and especially not as early as the 16% mark And then the mystery itself I just didn’t like view spoilerlonely abused trophy wife falls for the bad boy handyman Not very original so it was predictable and didn’t hold my attention hide spoiler

K.A. Tucker ä Burying Water kindle

For the tiny hidden marking on her body the only clue to her past Taken in by old Ginny Fitzgerald a crotchety but kind lady living on a nearby horse farm Water slowly begins building a new life But as she attempts to piece together the fleeting slivers of her memory uestions emerge Who is the next door neighbor uietly toiling under the hood of his Barracuda? Why won’t Ginny let him step foot on her property? And why does Water f When I heard this book takes place in Oregon I knew I wanted to read it It wasn’t until I cracked open the book that I realized it dealt with a girl who has amnesia I’m not a fan of books that deal with amnesia but this book is the exception It's true what they say about writing and storytelling skills making all the difference in a story if it will excel or fail Not once during this story did I regret reading it I was compelled to keep flipping pages One thing I appreciated about “Burying Water” is the way the story unfolded It wasn’t a story about the reader discovering the mystery on how Water ended up with amnesia but instead a story of how she unravels the mystery behind what happened to her As a reader we know ‘who’ and we have an idea of ‘why’ she has amnesia and our part in the story was to watch Jesse and Water fall in love twice Once in the past and the other in the current time frame The story is told with Jesse narrating the past events and Water narrating the present events One chapter we are in the past and the next we are in the present The past and present povs transition smoothly Water is left for dead in a rural area in the high desert of Oregon She’s been raped beaten and disfigured When she comes to in the hospital no one has claimed her Abandoned and alone Water has to start a new life One where she must trust the kindness of strangers As a survivor she uickly learns to thrive in her new environment Burying Water is a darker tale about the power of love For those movie buffs think of a darker deeper love story of “50 First Dates” circa 2004 I love that movie because it was funny and showed how far a guy in love would go for the girl he loved Same basic concept but done in a darker love story where the guy is willing to risk it all for the one who has captured his heart happy sigh I love stories like that where the hero is totally devoted to his girl When you need a complex love story read this one On a side note if you come to Oregon to visit make sure to visit Sisters and Bend While in Sisters earlier this summer we decided to take a family picture with the mountains in the background when a wildfire broke out wildfires are common in Oregon Plumes of brown smoke started filling the sky The next thing we heard was the sirens from the firetrucks tearing down the streets A total of 6908 acre were on fire and the sky was a bright orange Below is a cool wedding picture taken with the wildfire in the background It made national news so you may have already seen it ✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦Release date 1072014Pre order | order To find when the next one is being released click here Complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review

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Burying WaterEel she recognizes him?Twenty four year old Jesse Welles doesn’t know how long it will be before Water gets her memory back For her sake Jesse hopes the answer is never He knows that she’ll stay so much safer and happier that way And that’s why as hard as it is he needs to keep his distance Because getting too close could flood her with realities better left buriedThe trouble is water always seems to find its way to the surfac I was waiting patiently until the moment it was finally released While I enjoyed the beginning which was so good and I was intrigued and wanted to read the mystery which was in the book started to reveal so soon and this made me loose my interestBut this wasn't my only issueAnother problem I had is that I didn't feel the connection between the characters and generally their romanceAlso in some parts I felt boredespecially in the middle of the bookI almost DNF