Barely Breathing

Barely Breathing

by Heather Allen

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BN ID: 2940044490055
Publisher: Heather Allen
Publication date: 04/13/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 299,716
File size: 627 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

New and enthusiatic author of "Just Breathe". A lover of all things, water! Mermaids rock! Watch for Barely Breathing, the next book in the trilogy, out April 2013.

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Barely Breathing 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A wonderful continuation of Just Breathe! Love that half of the book is written in James' point of view. It wraps up the cliffhanger left in Just Breathe! Looking forward to the third book in the trilogy!
twimom101 More than 1 year ago
Would probably rate 3.5 stars...but I always round up when leaving my review on other sites. Ever has learned that Jack has betrayed her and it seems that her decision to live in the sea has been for nothing. Now she has to learn to fight her brother in an impending war that really isn’t her battle to win. But since she made the choice to live in the sea and become a mermaid, she has to stick by her decision and help lead her people to victory. But is Ever making the right choice? Is her dreams telling her something bad is going to happen? And will she ever be able to pick up the pieces of her broken heart that Jack destroyed? Ok gonna break it down about what I liked and disliked. Lets go with dislike first. I disliked that the first half of the book had hardly anything going on. There was some training, some bonding, and some new relationships. But that about sums it up. There really wasn't anything paramount that went on. Sure there was some small talk about the upcoming battle and how Ever can't stand even the mention of Jack's name, but really nothing big happens. So altogether the first half of the book was slow, kind of too slow. One other thing I sort of disliked was the fact that the parents were a little too oblivious to what their children are up to. At least they took the initiative, kind of, this time around with James and acted like parents. But they seem a little off to me. I guess that is the mom in me talking. Now, for the things I liked (and loved). I liked Alex but never got that feeling that he was truly meant for Ever. And I hated that I couldn't feel that way. But you can see that they obviously care for one another. He is such a great guy and has so much to offer her. Ever is just going to have to decide whether she wants to live with a broken heart or move on and learn to find love again. And it is not decision she will make lightly. She will tear herself up trying to decide what she wants and what she needs in her life. James. Yes, I absolutely loved that he was such a big addition to the story. At first I wasn't crazy about him, but he grew on me and I enjoyed his scenes and POV. I enjoyed the relationship that him and Ever developed throughout the book and hated it too. Because in the end...there will be a battle and they will be fighting against each other. And it broke my heart to see them getting along so well knowing that the end inevitable. The end is a whopper of cliff hanger. It definitely has you eager for the last book in the series, FOREVER BREATHING. And boy do I look forward to it and to finally see how the series will conclude. BARELY BREATHING was a good book, I just wasn't gaga over it. But I do recommend it to those who have read the first one. You will want to continue on and see how it all develops.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The three books are great. Love the mer people.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
nice read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The frist book was great .....
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Don't I reapeat Don't read this book it is to sad for anyone to handle including me and i'm never ever sad the author did a good job i admit but what about the happy ending i mean come on now i'm just plain sad and mad. My dad bought this book for me and it is not even worth it. People get killed and hurt. And the way she describes kissing is just to much as a mushy gushy ooey goey yucky blucky stuff. She says something like "My lips explore his and I want to taste them forever." Anyways it is a good book if you enjoy sad storys. I am going to try delete this book if I can though otherwhys it is a good book. (NOT REALLY)