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Give Me You

(Keep Me Still #2)

3.87  ·  Rating details ·  428 ratings  ·  72 reviews
Corin Connelly left her past far behind her in New York City. Along with her mother and an ex-boyfriend who had no plans to let her go. Starting over in college in California seemed like a vacation in paradise compared to her old life, and if anyone needs a fresh start, it's her. But her new roommate has a life-threatening secret, and soon paradise becomes even more intens ...more
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Published June 8th 2016
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༺**Complimentary Copy**༺ Provided by the author
"Caisey Quinn" in exchange for an honest review..Thank you!!

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TITLE: Give Me You
AUTHOR: Caisey Quinn
GENRE: Contemporary Romance
RELEASE DATE: June 10th, 2016

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GIVE ME YOU This is told in dual POV'S (Skylar Martin & Corin Connelly)
We're first introduced to Corin Connelly whose sitting outside a clinic when the bus that she's awaiting on finally arrives with a big advertisement that catches her attention Time to make a chang
2 stars


Why can't I catch a break with books lately? I've 2 starred more books lately than I can remember ever doing.

The first half of this book focused more on the couple from the first book than the MCs of this one. And then the second half went even more downhill.

Not safe along with a stupid, cliched "twist" that anyone could have seen coming from a mile away.
1.5 Goodbye Caisey Quinn Stars

This review will contain spoilers.
I can not believe this is the same
author who wrote Girl on Tour.
Give Me You starts out slow. The
first 37% was a retelling of a couple
from the previous book. I was bored.
I should have DNF at this point, BUT
I liked Skylar. He had the qualities
that I liked reading in an NA book.
Corin was your typical annoying

Without pulling my hair out while
typing this review, the story went
south FAST. But what did it for me,
what put the nail
Debbie I Heart YA Books

I have loved every novel I've read by Caisey Quinn, and Give Me You is no exception. Quinn totally took me on a mind-blowing, emotional rollercoaster with Corin and Skylar's story, and not only theirs, but Layla and Landen's, too. Yes, we have two beautiful romances to lose our heart to in Give Me You. Corin and Skylar are the main characters and it's through their voice we see Layla and Landen's story/romance. Corin and Skylar are both broken and damaged because of their parents. These two had
Jun 14, 2016 rated it did not like it
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May 09, 2016 rated it liked it
“I like our story better than the fairytale anyways … Because it’s real. And it’s ours.”

3.5 stars

I fell in mad love with Keep Me Still when I read it, and loved Skylar and Corin as side characters and the respective best friends of Landen and Layla. I was thrilled when I learned they would be getting their own book, and I would definitely recommend reading this one as a follow on from Keep Me Still as the timeline overlaps and it does contain spoilers for the first book.

Skylar and Corin are fro
This is not for me.

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This may work for you, but it did not work for me. I wanted a college romance with drama, but not drama (view spoiler)

I am not really a fan of heroines like Corin so it was not that hard for me to disconnect from the situation between Skylar and her
Carmen Rae
I seriously need to start doing just the slightest bit of research before I dive right into a book. When I saw the blurb for Give Me You I had to have it. I checked out the author, saw a heap of 4+ star average books on GoodReads and threw my grabby hands in the air. But then I guess if I had actually realised this was a spin off I might have put it on the back burner and taken forever to get to it so maybe it all worked out for the best because I fucking loved this book.

Since I hadn’t read any
Susan (susayq ~)
Stop whatever you're doing and go read this book right now!! Serious. I read this in practically one sitting. I will warn you, you'll want to scream (which I did - rather loudly and all ugly-like) or throw the book across the room (which I refrained from doing only cause it was on my kindle). It will soooo be worth it through.

I just don't know what to say without spoiling the whole thing. I absolutely loved Corin. She is smart and strong and brave and loyal and I just want to hug her because of
♡ Jeri's Book Attic ♡ the Romance Bibiliophile ♡

When I read the first books in the “Keep Me Still” series by Caisey Quinn I totally fell in love with her characters. Layla and Landen were just a wonderful couple that was placed in a great storyline. I read all the pieces of that series and I loved each and every one of it.

But I could not help but wonder about Corin and Skylar, their friends – so when I had the chance to grab a review copy I basically had no choice but to wave wildly shouting “here, here I need one”. Yeah reading is really a h
Melissa Mendoza
Jun 16, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Title: Give Me You
Author: Casey Quinn
Release Date: June 7, 2016
Genre(s): NA Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 350
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5

Corin Connelly left her past far behind her in New York City. Along with her mother and an ex-boyfriend who had no plans to let her go. Starting over in college in California seemed like a vacation in paradise compared to her old life, and if anyone needs a fresh start, it's her. But her new roommate has a life-threatening secre
Teri Beth
Oct 07, 2015 rated it it was ok
Shelves: arc
ARC provided by author.

Keep Me Still is one of my favorite books from Caisey Quinn, when I read it I fell in love with Skylar and Corin so I was excited they were finally getting their own story in Give Me You. I went into this book with high expectations, but I finished feeling very disappointed. Not over the story itself, it was the execution that was discouraging. It was a bit all over the place and the timeline never quite added up. Certain scenes and issues didn't feel fleshed out before ju
5 Red Fairytale stars

I totally got swept away in Skylar and Corins story.

Told in dual pov's you are taken on a journey from the first meet at a college party to the beautiful hea.

A read without angst or heavy drama, written graciosly, interesting back story's for both characters from opposite sides of the fence.

A college romance that becomes more. Trust issue's a journey to maturity and building of foundations for life.

A beautiful read to lock yourself away with and absorb, certainly looking
Samantha Larkin
Mar 28, 2016 rated it did not like it
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May 17, 2016 rated it did not like it
DNF at 73% because I can't stand this plot twist anymore.
Jun 10, 2016 rated it really liked it
"We live in the real world. Life is not a fairytale and we both know that.”

I have not read any of this author's previous books so Corin and Skylar were brand new characters to me. They come from 2 very different backgrounds but have more in common than they would ever have suspected.

Corin escapes an awful childhood and teenaged existence in Brooklyn to attend college on the West Coast and hopes to forget that most of her life in NY ever happened. She is paired with a roommate who is as about as
Melody Dawn
May 05, 2016 rated it it was amazing
As I write this review, I'm still drying my tears. I've been waiting since the end of Landen and Layla's book for Skylar and Corin's story...and it was well worth waiting for! I have never been so shocked at the complexity of a character as I am of Skylar Martin. From the time I read Keep Me Still/Hold Me Close, I was a Landen girl all the way. I have to admit that Caisey Quinn pulled out all of the stops and I now have a new BBF. :)

I'm so thankful that the author chose to go back and give these
Quinn's Quippy Quotes
Oct 11, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc
4 Unconventional Fairy Tale Stars

I first read Keep Me Still and Hold Us Close about this time last year. And it slayed me. It was a very intense and emotional read. Hold Us Close was especially difficult for me. It touched on topics that made me feel uncomfortable, pushing me outside my normal boundaries. With that said, I trusted in Caisey to deliver a beautiful story and she absolutely did.

So going into Give Me You I didn't know exactly what to expect. The first 3rd was a little on the redund
May 13, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: hr
4 Stars

This is an excellent read, I couldn’t put it down! It’s definitely an emotional read that will have you hooked from page one.

Corin hasn’t had the best life and she’s ready to start over somewhere new, so she elects to go to college as far away as possible. While at a party on campus Corin meets Skylar for the first time and the attraction is immediate but Corin wants life to be different while at college so she’s keeping Skylar at a distance. When they meet again they dance and decide to
I have mixed feelings about this book. Admittedly, I have never read another piece by this author and maybe I should have. Although this book was about Corin and Skylar and a stand-alone, I felt at times that they were secondary and this was a continuation of the book before.

Character wise, I liked Corin more than Skylar, but as much as I liked her character, she didnt really stand out to me.

This is my confession: While I did enjoy this book to a degree, maybe its just not geared toward my per
Jul 29, 2016 rated it did not like it
Having crap luck with books. The whole book was just kind of annoying
Nov 15, 2016 rated it it was ok
The spelling in this book was horrible, the story line wasn't bad. But I couldn't finish it because I couldn't get past how horrid the grammar and spelling was.
May 25, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This book hit kit, especially the authors note at the end omg
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*I received a copy of this book from TRSOR Promotions in exchange for an honest review*

Thank you so very much TRSOR Promotions for sending me a copy of Give Me You!! I am so very honored and grateful! :)

5 Extremely Profound Stars!!

Many times when i ask for book recommendations Ms.Quinn's books always pop up. I've had many of her novels on my wishlist for awhile now but when i read the blurb for Give Me You i knew that it would be the one i would start off with! So when i saw this pop up on my Ki
Sandy S
Jun 09, 2016 rated it really liked it
4.25 stars

ABOUT THE BOOK: Release Date June 8, 2016

Corin Connelly left her past far behind her in New York City. Along with her mother and an ex-boyfriend who had no plans to let her go. Starting over in college in California seemed like a vacation in paradise compared to her old life, and if anyone needs a fresh start, it's her. But her new roommate has a life-threatening secret, and soon paradise becomes even more intense than New York. When she loses a bet to the university soccer team's star
Feb 16, 2016 rated it really liked it
4.5 Stars - The moment I met Skylar and Corin in Keep Me Still, I felt like I needed to know these characters. When I imagined their story, it was always fun, sassy, and surprisingly complicated, and while Give Me You was certainly all of those things, it was also incredibly raw and gritty. Caisey Quinn delivers a love story that is colored by past tragedy and clouded in misunderstanding, a heady combination that somehow fails to dim the light of Corin and Skylar’s blinding connection. From the ...more
Oct 07, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc
I loved reading Skylar and Corin's story. It wasn't an easy story to get through at times because of the things these two go through, but at the end of it all these two came out stronger than they had begun.

If you have read Keep Me Still that you know that Corin is Layla's roommate turned best friend and Skylar is Landen's roommate/teammate/best friend. I'll admit it has been a LONG time since I read KMS, but in a way I think it made Skylar and Corin's story better because I was able to just foc
Jun 09, 2016 rated it really liked it
"Life is life. Sometimes it's beautiful and sometimes it's downright fucking disgusting. The beauty is always fleeting and the soul-stabbing pain in never-ending."

As a fan of Caisey Quinn's, I've been waiting for Skyla and Corin's story for quite some time now. We first met them in Keep Me Still, so when I heard they were getting their own book, I was stoked.

Told from dual points of view, Give Me You follows the story of Skyla and Corin. Now, I have to tell you, I read Keep Me Still almost 3 yea
Jun 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing
4.5 -- Butterfly -- stars

I loved this book! It’s an emotional, beautiful book. It’s about changing your life and finding a home. They will have their ups and downs, but it’s all worth it in the end.

Corin didn’t have an easy childhood or life right now, so she’s ready to start somewhere new. She decides to go to college at the other side of the country. Corin meets Skylar at a college party. Skylar wants her, but Corin wants to be different now and keeps him at a distant. A couple of days later,
David Maher
Jun 10, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: reviewed
Life breaks people

Its just what happens. Sometimes the breaks are kept well hidden, sometimes they're blindingly obvious, sometimes the cracks life leaves in a individual's psyche become more and more obvious over time. Sometimes people recover from those breaks, and other times the breaks define the rest of their lives.

I think what I loved most about Give Me You by Caisey Quinn was the way it unapologetically portrayed the brokenness of the various characters. Not just the two main characters,
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Caisey Quinn is the bestselling author of thirteen contemporary romance novels published both traditionally (HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Penguin/Random House) and independently. She is the mother of two little ones and a wife splitting her time between Nashville, TN and a small town in Alabama.

Her latest novel: Blood & Lace, an edge of your seat dark romantic thriller is available no

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“I like our story better than the fairytale anyways … Because it’s real. And it’s ours.” 2 likes
“You sure you want to waste your night in an empty apartment on me? You know I’m not going to give you any.”
Skylar puts an arm around me as we exit the dorm. “Who needs sexual gratification when they can have snarky insults and blatant rejection?”
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