Keeping Her by Cora Carmack Online

Keeping Her
Title : Keeping Her
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ISBN : 9780062299260
Language : English
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 176

Garrick Taylor and Bliss Edwards managed to find their happily-ever-after despite a rather . . . ahem . . . complicated start. By comparison, meeting the parents should be an absolute breeze, right?But from the moment the pair lands in London, new snags just keep cropping up: a disapproving mother-in-law-to-be, more than one (mostly) minor mishap, and the realization thatGarrick Taylor and Bliss Edwards managed to find their happily-ever-after despite a rather . . . ahem . . . complicated start. By comparison, meeting the parents should be an absolute breeze, right?But from the moment the pair lands in London, new snags just keep cropping up: a disapproving mother-in-law-to-be, more than one (mostly) minor mishap, and the realization that perhaps they aren't quite as ready for their future as they thought.As it turns out, the only thing harder than finding love is keeping it.


Keeping Her Reviews

  • Cora Carmack

    Keeping Her is a sequel novella to LOSING IT. It is written from both Garrick and Bliss's POV, and takes place AFTER the events of LOSING IT. Please note though: it is NOT a full-length novel. I never intended to write a full sequel to Bliss's story, but I thought it might be fun to give you a little glimpse into what happens after their happily ever after. I hope you all enjoy!

  • Laura

    And just when I thought I couldn't love Garrick even moreBlurb: Garrick Taylor and Bliss Edwards managed to find their happily-ever-after despite a rather . . . ahem . . . complicated start. By comparison, meeting the parents should be an absolute breeze, right?But from the moment the pair lands in London, new snags just keep cropping up: a disapproving mother-in-law-to-be, more than one (mostly) minor mishap, and the realization that perhaps they aren't quite as ready for their future as they t [...]

  • Kat

    Edit June:OH MY GOD, CORA! OH MY GOD!GARRICK, GARRICK, GARRICK!OH LORD! MORE OF GARRICK AND BLISS!GARRICK'S POV! DAMN IT! HOLY SHIT! I CAN'T BREAAAATH!

  • Kassidy

    A cute continuation of Garrick and Bliss :)

  • Elizabeth

    Garrick's POV?!

  • Miriam Mathew

    Can I just ask the author community something?Why in the world would you want to have an insecure heroine as a protagonist. It's becoming an annoying trend. I would understand it if it was because of the character's growth. I love seeing a character evolve from an insecure heroine proud of who she has become and kicking ass.But Bliss?!?!?You have an amazing guy who literally worships you and you spend the time worrying about how you're not perfect for him?!?!?!Girl, please. You take insecurity t [...]

  • Jennifer Tariah

    my face when i found this.

  • Catarina

    4 Clumsy Stars!This short story was real sweet. It happens after Garrick and Bliss got engaged and they are going to London to meet Garrick’s father. And when they get there Bliss completely understands why he doesn't like to talk about his family. And with the nerves getting the better of Bliss and increasing her clumsiness, she only wants to be accepted by his family. I loved this sweet story. It was great to see more of them and just as the book, this was hilarious!!If you are a fan of the [...]

  • Aamina

    OMG! this book is gonna be from Garrick's POVhappens after the Epiloguei cannot believe thisI. CANNOT. WAIT.

  • Michelle (Much Loved Books)

    I've waited all day to read this. I loved getting to see Bliss and Garrick in a new environment and seeing how they act. Meeting his family was definitely a high point for me, and while I don't particularly like his Dad, I like the attitude of his Mum. One thing that I really didn't like was it ended far too soon for me, I wanted more Bliss and Garrick in London.

  • Tami ReadingTeabag

    Leider viel zu kurz!

  • Sofia Lazaridou

    Here is a preview for Keeping her!sofia-loves-books/This is the only book in the series that cannot be read as stand alone. The story takes place some time after Faking it. Bliss and Garrick are engaged now and it's meet the parents time! Garrick comes from a family with money and his parents have the bad behaviour rich people have. When Bliss met them I didn't like them because they seemed so cold and like they didn't thought her good enough for their son. But in the end I liked his mother a li [...]

  • bibliophile (Romance Addict)

    This is a novella that starts after Losing It. It had a dual POV, between Garrick and Bliss. Although this was a very short novella, it was very funny and quirky. I enjoyed reading it so much, and I remembered the first book, which I read a long time ago, probably a year or two! The novella starts with Bliss and Garrick traveling from the USA to London to meet Garricks parents for the first time. From there, it rolls and Bliss was all like I'm really glad I read this because I wanted more of Los [...]

  • Jessica

    Haven't read this series in a long time. Realized I missed this one it's so good to be reunited to this couple again. A cute romantic comedy with steamy parts loving it. I love Garrick always asking "Marry Me " so sweet.

  • Danielle

    I can’t explain how nervous I was when I picked up Losing It. Still a novice when it came to New Adult, my introduction to the category hadn’t always been…successful. I was wary of certain themes particularly virginity and the idea that it was something wrong to possess after a certain age and it’s apparent need to be dispensed with as quickly as possible in order to be considered “normal”. So when I picked up LOSING IT, a book based around the topic I was certain this was a car cras [...]

  • Claire Robinson

    I loved Losing It, the beginning of Garrick & Bliss’ story. So I was pretty excited when I found out that Cora Carmack was giving us another installment in their journey together and in London no less!!This book is told from Dual POV, which I found really worked for the issues that were being dealt with. I love Garrick so being able to read what is going through his mind enhanced the story 100% for me. Cora has released a few Garrick POV’s over the last few months, and I must admit that [...]

  • Michelle

    Its a cute and lovely story. It continues Bliss and Garrick's love story in London where Bliss finally meets Garrick's parents and introduces her as his fiance. This novella is told from both Garrick and Bliss' point of views. Readers get to witness how strong their relationship is.They both clearly demonstrated that communication, trust, and love was all that they need and that they could handle any obstacles that stood in their way. Plenty of sweet moments between Garrick and Bliss. The ending [...]

  • Holly Noelle

    2.5 starsARC supplied by Edelweiss.Beware of spoilers0000000I didn't like the first book in this series so I didn't exactly go into this novella with high hopes. It was not as bad as I thought it would be, but it certainly didn't impress me either. I had issues with this throughout the entire thing and it had only a couple redeeming qualities.1. Bliss.Girl, you might very well be one of the most obnoxious chicks I've ever read. I thought Bella Swan was insecure, but you, lady, take the cake. She [...]

  • Jenn

    This novella was pointless. I don't even think I'm going to write a full review. It was more of Bliss whining about how she's not good enough and how klutzy she is and how she doesn't deserve Garrick. Blah. The only good thing about this was it took place in London. And since only one page was devoted to all of the site seeing that they did, that couldn't even save it. Also, someone please explain to me why almost all new adult books need to have a pregnancy - either real or a scare. It's almost [...]

  • Carien

    When looking for the next book in this series I noticed this novella. It was less than 4 Euro so I bought it together with the second book in the series.And this is a nice read.It's a novella so not a lot is happening, but it is a nice little extra to Bliss' story. There's lots of British ale, meddling family, miscommunication, and a happy end. All in all a short and fun read for those who want a little bit more Bliss and Garrick after having read Losing It.

  • Michelle

    I adore Gerrick & Bliss, so why just 3 stars? I am not sure what I was expecting, but this felt way less than 100 pages. It was simply just one scene - a good scene, but still just a scene.

  • Rachel (The Rest Is Still Unwritten)

    *want* *want* *want* *want* *want* *want* *want* *want* *want* *want* *want* *want* *want* *want*

  • Jana Aston

    that was really short. Ends at 71% the rest is a teaser for her next book. Heh. It was good enough. I don't know why it was necessary to the story.

  • Jessica

    4.5/5 starsAs soon as I heard Cora was writing a novella about Garrick and Bliss I was all kinds of excited. And then when I heard it was dual POV, I was even MORE excited! Don't get me wrong- I loved and adored Cade's story, but I did find myself missing Garrick and Bliss, wondering what they were up to. Losing It was such a cute, fun read and one of my favorite things about Bliss was her awkwardness and clumsiness. It makes her very endearing to me. So happy to report that Bliss is still the s [...]

  • Camila, the opinionated Catruler

    Actual rating: 4.5*After reading and loving Finding It, I couldn't help but get my hands on this novella, especially since I had already bought it. Here we re-encounter the first couple in the Losing It series, but this time we get the opportunity to explore both Bliss' and Garrick's POVs. To be honest, it was fantastically done. The thing I love about Cora Carmack is that all her characters are different and unique, even if some are hard to love at first. Bliss, Garrick, Cade, Max, Kelsey, Jack [...]

  • Linda

    Keeeping Her is the follow-up novella to Losing It. This story continues with Bliss and Garrick heading off to London to visit Garrick's parents.Keeping Her is a fun novella that gives us a glimpse into why Garrick left London and moved to the States. I enjoyed that this book was told from Bliss and Garrick's point of view. I loved getting to know Garrick's friends Graham and Rowland from back home. Overall this story was cute and sweet but it was too short. I wanted more. I hope to read more ab [...]

  • Nay Denise

    Pretty great novella to Losing It. I love Garrick and Bliss. They overcame their shortcomings in this. I loved that they went to London and encountered his family and friends. Bliss definitely went in head first, but she came out on top with their love still intact. Perfect.

  • Diana

    Update 19.8.13Finished the book. review to come.OH.GOD!! GARRICK'S POV!!! Can't wait!!

  • Beth Toups

    I actually enjoyed this more than I thought I would. Tho I do kinda want a little more.

  • Mimi Valentine

    Cute. Short. Bridging. Honestly, I was just happy to see that half of it was in Garrick's point of view x) <3