Listen to “Faking It” by Cora Carmack available from Rakuten Kobo. Narrated by Emma Galvin. Start a free day trial today and get your first audiobook free. Cora Carmack has done a multitude of things in her life–boring jobs (retail), Faking It. Losing It (Series). Book 2. Cora Carmack Author Emma Galvin Narrator. KB. Cora Carmack – Losing KB. Cora Carmack – Faking KB. Cora Brent – KB. Colleen Houck – Tiger’s
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It really was just like acting, bad acting anyway. This was probably the only part of Faking It that irked me. The alternating perspectives were executed perfectly and offered amazing insight to both characters.
Zetty Farhana This is about bliss best friend cade. You’ve successfully reported this review. Yes, there are some high drama moments in this book like I said, Max fakin has got a lot of past issues she is dealing with like self loathing issues and deep seeded insecurity but they never overpowered the book for me.
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He is so adorable! What are we talking about? But that was part of the problem. And he was heartbroken in a way that made you want to be the one who made it al 3. So go out and pick this one up when it comes out. I hated feeling this way. Cade moved to Philadelphia to act and to leave his probl 2.
Especially if your craving a classic romantic comedy! We appreciate your feedback. She is hiding her true self from them because she knows they won’t approve of her choices with her body or with her boyfriends. I loved the two of them together! Mackenzie “Max” Miller has a problem.
I hated those pictures. He appears so sweet and calm and ccarmack he does sth and you see the fire brewing beneath ih surface. She’s kind of a “bad girl” and has piercing and tattoos everywhere, works at a bar and tattoo parlor, and her parents are the complete opposite. They all had their lives together, and my life was about carmadk clean and well kept as the community bathrooms had been in my freshman dorm.
This one has more depth and emotion to it which helped me connect with the characters. Cade was too much of fakint good guy. Maybe I was doing some acting after all. On the other side of the coin, there is an undeniable chemistry between Max and Cade fakimg unlike Garrick and Bliss’s in Losing It. My muscles had loosened, and the more I twisted and rolled my body to the music, the better I felt.
Cade is just so sweet and handsome and gosh darn perfect. I would be Faking It if I didn’t say I loved this story! There was a moment of awkward silence, and then Bliss gave an exaggerated shiver.
I must have really lost track of time dancing because there were half-eaten plates of food vree front of him and his friend. And his story starts off with a meet-cute that is adorable but unrealistic. Her cheeks were pink from the cold, but the winter weather agreed with her. Mine just made me angry.
Faking It (Losing It, #2) by Cora Carmack
The few times her eyes met mine, my blood pumped furiously through my veins, I clenched my fists, and had the urge to do something crazy. Yeap, we have a tortured heroine but she fought her pain by embracing life and living on edge. She is with Garrick, and things are getting more serious between the two of them. View all 10 comments. I mean Cora Carmack can write some steamy romance fref be sure. If you’re a new adult fan, you definitely have to pick up Cora Carmack’s books!
Okay, feee we learn that he’s got problems of his own with letting people go and everything, but he’s perfect to me!
That minor annoyance aside, what I loved most about Faking It was that unlike Losing It, sex was not major focus. Want to Read gaking. I forced my eyes back toward the ceiling, and made myself concentrate on dancing. Cade is that perfect mix of big-hearted and kind, wholesome but not TOO wholesome and super duper swoony. Maybe I’ll just wait a while and see. For Carmaack, it is a very real, emotional part of who she is, very much like a visual artist or a writer feels about their craft.
May 02, Katy rated it liked it. I carmavk have wanted to see some bite from him – the fight didn’t count because he’s the knight in shining armor type.
I read Losing It and did enjoy it. I let the music flow through me, and I danced for what could have been minutes or hours or lifetimes. I could see them standing on the corner up ahead. I would have wanted to know more about the relationship with her sister – free she was so hurt 9 years later, it meant they were really close but we saw none of that. In the case of Coraa it that norm is tattooed punk male and preppy female.
How can you say such a blasphemous thing about a book about Cade?!? She gets rid of her boyfriend and while she’s thinking of an excuse she finds Cade and asks him to pretend to fakijg her boyfriend really quick to please her parents. I’m not sure if I liked how things ended up at the end.