Losing It by Cora Carmack Online

Losing It
Title : Losing It
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ISBN : 9780988393509
Language : English
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 189

Sick of being the only virgin among her friends, Bliss Edwards decides the best way to deal with the problem is to lose it as quickly and simply as possible - a one-night stand. But her plan turns out to be anything but simple when she freaks out and leaves a gorgeous guy alone and naked in her bed with an excuse that no one with half-a-brain would ever believe. And as ifSick of being the only virgin among her friends, Bliss Edwards decides the best way to deal with the problem is to lose it as quickly and simply as possible - a one-night stand. But her plan turns out to be anything but simple when she freaks out and leaves a gorgeous guy alone and naked in her bed with an excuse that no one with half-a-brain would ever believe. And as if that weren't embarrassing enough, when she arrives for her first class of her last college semester, she recognizes her new theatre professor. She'd left him naked in her bed about 8 hours earlier.

Losing It Reviews

  • Cora Carmack

    They say write the book you would want to read. Well that's what I did. I hope everyone enjoys reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it! Update: The print book releases in the U.S. on 2/26/13! And in the UK on 3/28/13!

  • Sasha Alsberg

    I actually really liked Losing It! It was a fun, exciting and romantic read! Read it in a few hours!

  • I WANTED TO LIKE IT!Do I get points for that? ;) Here’s the thing.It was waaaahaaaay to predictable. Holy Moses, man! And I get that the cute and sweet books, for the most part, ARE predictable. But uhh… I knew what was goin’ to go down from the get go! I mean, it’s about a twenty-two year old virgin who really wants to lose her V-Card, so what does she do?She just goes to a bar with her friend to find some random guy to lose it with.Nice. Lo and behold, the random guy she DOES find turn [...]

  • Emily May

    I am conducting what I'm shelving as a "New Adult (NA) Experiment". I'm going to work my way through some of the popular New Adult books and see if I can weed out the crap and hopefully find some surprising gems. Here's hoping!No review is completely objective. But there are two reasons I should warn you of why this review might be prone to even less objectivity than usual:1) I recently read a book about a teacher/student relationship that was excellent - Unteachable - and it was hard not to com [...]

  • Taryn

    This review was posted at My Secret RomanceThis is a prime example of me judging a book by it's cover. But can you blame me? WOWI need this book asap! This cover's something else! Seriously HOT!When I look at the cover, I see: IntensityPassionLustDeliciously SinfulHeatForbidden RomanceThen I read the blurb, and was like, OH HELL YES! I can't wait to read this book! So I didn't judge too much from the cover.but I got none of that.There is no need to describe the story, the blurb takes care of it [...]

  • Jennifer Armentrout

    I absolutely loved this book. One of the few reads that have made me laugh out loud. And the steamy scenes? Yep. They were hot. But it was so much more than that. My new favorite book of the year.

  • littlebookbosomed bookreview

    Yahoo another sexytime *Yummy Is it just me? I find that guy on the cover undeniably hott. Another man worth my time *gigglesThe summary caught my attention. Hope it didnt disappoint meOh my, couldn't stop thinking about the guy *DroolingTo anyone who is having trouble reading my review. Just click 'see review' instead of 'see more'MAJOR SPOILERS BELOW! ALERT ALERT****The first thing i need to do before reviewing this book Just be patientOkay, Okay review time I gave this book 5 BIG INCREDIBLY S [...]

  • Kristin (KC)

    Stop! Cats! Stop Losing it had me pretty much losing my mind through fits of giggles--courtesy of Bliss and her quirky inner dialogue!  I must admit that I headed into this book with some reservation due to the mixed reviews it had initially been receiving. However, I was pleasantly surprised to find that I very much enjoyed this book. Bliss, a character whom I won't likely forget, had a comical energy about her that snagged my attention immediately. I loved being inside her head and hearing he [...]

  • Μaria Vrisanaki

    Πείτε μου σας παρακαλώ, γιατί κάθε φορά που βλέπω βιβλίο ή ταινία που έχει σχέση με καθηγητή και μαθήτρια, ο καθηγητής είναι ένας δίμετρος θεοτέκναρος με γαμάτη καρδιά και προσωπικότητα (ω και φυσικά μονογαμικός), ενώ στις δικές μας σχολές οι μόνοι άντρες καθηγητές που κυκλ [...]

  • Beth Hudspeth

    Probably more like 3.5 stars. This was awkward as hell, but really cute! This is pretty much how I picture Bliss:It wasn’t until I’d walked halfway across the parking lot that I realized: 1. I wasn’t wearing shoes. A. Or a shirt. 2. I didn’t bring my keys A. Or anything really. 3. I’d just left a complete stranger in my apartment. A. Naked.Whoever said one-night stands were supposed to be simple with no strings attached had clearly never met the disaster that was me.Bliss (which is suc [...]

  • Shelly Crane

    Ok. This is one of those books that stays with you. In fact, I immediately went back to reread a couple parts as soon as I was done last night, at like 3 am, and then again this morning. The main character's name is Bliss. For one, I'm so jealous that I didn't think to name a character that. I LOVE it. She reacted to things the way I would have. I love the theater\acting stuff that was talked about. The plot twist with the play and her best friend Cade was genius. I want to go to college with th [...]

  • Laura

    Thank you, Ashley, for recommending me this book.Isn't it nice when a book surprises you in such a great way?I was looking for a book that could get me out of that ugly mood I was in, and boy this book did it. Plus, it was pretty short and I finished it in one sitting!I related to Bliss in many ways and how she reacted to certain things and I found myself nodding a lot while reading and the rhythm was easy and quick. I really enjoyed Cora's effortless style. I liked it a lot.Like I was saying, I [...]

  • Srikari

    So one day, a book was written.It had a boy, with a British accent mind you:It had a girl:They were in "love" AND have been through"VERY DIFFICULT SITUATIONS" a tragedy, really.They taught the world an important message through their "problems"So I am just here likeThis book bored me to death, but I didn't give up. I stayed strong, I am strong.

  • ♥Rachel♥

    This story had me at HOT BRITISH GUY! I was a little worried from the title that Losing It was just going to be about a girl trying to lose her V-card, but I’m happy to say it wasn’t. What you get instead is a sweet story of immediate attraction, and chemistry that develops into more. Have you ever met someone who instantly lit your insides on fire? Well, this is what happens to Bliss when she runs into Garrick. Twenty-two year Bliss is on her last year of college but has yet to go all the w [...]

  • rameau

    This review can also be found on Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell-blog.The premise of this novel is really promising: A chance encounter that leads to a taboo relationship between a theatre student and her professor. It’s a shame that it was wasted on such a poor story about a naive little girl and a man whose only charm was his British accent.As the title says Losing It is about Bliss Edward’s quest to lose her virginity at twenty two and before she graduates from college. She’s supposedly held [...]

  • Aestas Book Blog

    “Heaven help me but I wanted my professor to be my boyfriend.” This was a light, cute read and was a wonderful way to spend my Saturday afternoon. If you are looking for a shorter, sweet, slightly fluffy read, this is a great choice! Bliss Edwards had a problem. Virginity. It wasn’t that she set out to stay a virgin, she just never met the right guy and for one reason another, she ended up in her last year of college and ’it’ had just never happened. So, with encouragement from her bes [...]

  • Natasha Polis

    This was cute. But nothing more, maybe a good book if you're in a slump.

  • Jeaniene Frost

    I laughed out loud so many times while reading this book. "Stop! Cats! Stop!" may be my new favorite line (if you've read the book, you know what I mean ;)). It also gave me "One More Chapter" disease, because despite being tired when I picked it up, I kept reading until I was done. Very romantic and very funny.

  • Alex

    So I think I'm losing it, or have lost itwhatever.And by it, I mean my damn mind. My head. My train of freaking thought.I feel like I've just stepped out of washing machine and my thoughts need to be wrung out of me like water.I really loved this book. God only knows why I've been putting it off. Maybe it was the fear that the teacher-student dynamic could only be done a finite number of times before it became predictable. Or the doubt that the protagonist being a virgin would make her shy and q [...]

  • La-Lionne

    I can't believe I finally finished this book. It took me two months. And now I don't know why I even bothered to finish at all. I'm not sure why I'm giving it two stars. I guess it wasn't horrible, but it wasn't even close to being somewhat okay.The reason I picked up this book in a first place was the cover. When I look at it I see a lot of different emotions. Maybe love, lust, frustration, longing, a little sadness. I felt like it was telling a story and I wanted to know more about it. But wha [...]

  • Sofia Lazaridou

    Sex. I was going to have sex. With a boy. A hot boyA hot BRITISH boy. Or maybe I was going to throw up. What if I threw up on the hot British boy? What if I threw up on the hot British boy DURING SEX?5 out of 5 stars.It's reccomended for adult people but I think it's more +16.The synopsis of the book made me to want to read the book like a man who is dying from thirst wants water.What can I say?I am a sucker for this kind of setuations.He stood and offered me his arm.“My lady?” “You don’ [...]

  • Rose

    Pre-read Guess who got an ARC from Edelweiss for this title? :PI'll likely read it alongside some of the other NA and YA titles I've received from them, it's just a matter of when.Never mind, wrong book. I'll have to read this one before I read the sequel.Post-read: I can't decide whether I want to rate this 1 star or 1.5 stars, because it really wasn't as bad as other reads I've had in the genre, but at the same time, there were too many things that annoyed me about this book. I really did not [...]

  • Katrina Passick Lumsden

    You know what pissed me off about this book? The fact that it could have been pretty good, but wasn't. It really, really wasn't. I love English guys, and I dig the idea of some painfully shy virgin gettin' her groove on with a hot British theater prof. Seriously, how do you go wrong with that? I'll tell you how; by crafting one of those most dishonest, cowardly, irritating heroines this side of the nuthouse. The girl.eless. She freaks out and lies about having a cat, and then keeps up the preten [...]

  • Regan

    Cheesy and basically a life time movie. I have my moments, and sometimes I need a little cheese.

  • Karly *The Vampire Ninja, Luminescent Monster & Wendigo Nerd Goddess of Canada (according to The Hulk)*

    3.5 Sweetness StarsThis book was adorably awkward, funny and cute as fuck!The MC, Bliss (which some Deity somewhere help me, can these NA names get any more special snowflake?!) is a virgin. Which is generally a big no-no for me, but in this case I actually liked it. She decides, with the help of her loving friend, that she just needs to get rid of that sweater alreadyAnd she is COMPLETELY insane and awkward. And it’s amazing!!! “Stop! Cats! Stop!”In the contrived way that IS the romance g [...]

  • Warda

    Alright, I really enjoyed this. It was so addictive and entertaining. Slight cheesy, idealises the student-teacher relationship trope a bit too much, but at least they weren't young little shits and what the heck, I just inhaled it.

  • Whitney Atkinson

    3.5 starstypical, but entertaining nonetheless!

  • Carvanz

    This is a light, fluffy, fun read. I really enjoyed the author’s “voice” but the pacing the first half of the book seemed slow due to the fact that Bliss and Garrick don’t have a lot of in-depth interactions. However, during that time there is plenty of knowledge shared about what takes place at a school for theater arts. Unfortunately I’m not a big theater fan. I know, go ahead, skin me but it’s true. I’m a central Texas girl living in the country so it’s not something I’ve ev [...]

  • Jen

    Another reread, and I STILL LOVE IT!!! *sigh********************************Full review to come on Reading Lark (readinglark) on October 21st. Suffice it to say that:1) I SERIOUSLY LOVED THIS BOOK2) It made me have feelings of the goosebumps & butterflies in stomach variety.3) I am immediately rereading this. UH-MAZE-ING!*full review follows this* This is only the second time I have ever immediately reread a book upon finishing it - the other time was when I read the Twilight saga. What will [...]

  • farida

    ookaeyyy. one star that's pretty generous to be quite fuckin honest. here's what i hated about this story:1. im certain this book was written in another decade when Stereo Hearts was the shit and everyone slow danced to Hey There Delilah by Plain White T's because it's the most hip thing to do. Everything was olddddddd and c l i c h e as fuck man. I'm sure every new-born fan fiction written on Wattpad from the time period of 2012 to 2013 had used this story as a users guide. 2. Why is Garrick re [...]