Keeping Her (Losing It #1.5 )
by Cora Carmack
What happens after the happy ending?
Garrick is over the moon that his girlfriend, Bliss, said yes. He’s finally found the love of his life. That means his worries are over, right?
But when he invites her to visit London and meet his family, he is presented with a whole new set of problems. How will his privileged and wealthy family react to Bliss’s unique brand of awkwardness?
I really enjoyed Keeping Her! After reading Losing It and then Faking It right afterwards I’ve been waiting for the next book by Cora Cormack to release. I was in a bit of a reading slump when I remembered I had bought this book.
While it is a short story and so by definition too short, I really enjoyed this short story. Basically this book gives a view of what happened to Bliss and Garick after they seemingly got their Happy Ever After in Losing It. I really enjoyed reading about these 2 characters again and I laughed quite some times while reading this book. I love Cora her writing style and there are some hilarious situations in this book.
Okay so the ending was a bit abrupt, but I still liked it. Bliss and Garick are just so perfect together and I liked the fact that we also got to see Garick his side in this short story and I realized even he has some insecurities. Also I thought there was some character that changed a bit too fast in this book. I couldn’t get a really good idea of the new characters to which we are introduced in this book, there just wasn’t enough time to get to know them.
To conclude: I really enjoyed Keeping Her. It is too short, but it was great reading about Bliss and Garick again. The ending was a bit abrupt and I would’ve liked learning more about some of the new side characters we meet, but all in all I really enjoyed this book and I can’t wait for Finding It!
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Good to hear you loved these new adult books! They seem like they’d be a good New Adult read. Thanks for the review, Lola!
Jeann @ Happy Indulgence
Yeah I love Cora her writing style! They are really good books.