Misty Vail the exotic astrologer wants Tom Delaney’s soul. Wendy Morrison the All-American surfer girl wants his heart. Who has the power, lust or love, as the battle plays out at a summer beach resort?
"Aquarius Falling" is a story of opportunity, love, and decision.
Critical Acclaim for "Aquarius Falling"
“…a fascinating read. This book features many life lessons and truths about that time in history, and the writer has captured the scene of Ocean City and the lives of his characters in such a meaningful way that the reader just ends up loving and relating to each of the characters. It’s difficult not to feel for them and their struggles and all they go through together, as well as the unique personalities and what each brings to the unlikely group that develops.” - San Francisco Book Review – Five Star Rating
“Tucker’s dialogue flows easily throughout the novel, wasting little time on unnecessary attributions or long-winded explanations. The characters talk like real people, and their personalities come to life through their words. The quick exchanges enhance the already brisk pace of action in the story as Tucker turns up the tension in each subsequent scene. How Delaney will reconcile his relationships with his newfound friends, as well as what direction he will take at the end of the summer, remains a mystery to the very end, and perhaps beyond.” ForeWord Clarion Review – Five Star Rating
“The reader is dropped into the middle of an already-unfolding tale, that of the orphan Delaney, recipient of a scholarship to an excellent college, has a bad turn of luck. The seemingly random encounters which follow quickly take on a feel, which is evocative of "Catcher in the Rye" in tone. Like Holden Caufield, Tom Delaney has a lot of things happen to him which seem unimportant, but quietly build into something anything but. Well worth the read.” AllBooks Review