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I loved the beginning, but loved the ending ev This book is very good! Spencer ends up falling for her other best friend Zach. You have Morgan and Justin, the on and off again couple, Ryan the manwhore player, Zach the sweet, nice guy of the group, Alyssa, and Spencer.
I’d bet a lot of girls, especially in high school, are going through the same stages that Spncer is going through. Not really special or particularly good. Spencer could be any teenage girl struggling with the emotions of her first crush. Who will it be? However, the romance was just so predictable. The only man I’ve ever been with is still with me seven years later, so the main stresses of this book were never mine to bear.
This is a young adult book about a girl whose mom takes her to the gynecologist for her 16th birthday. Spencer seems l So when I read the lead in for this story, I expected it to be a bit more straight-in your face experience of Spencer and her friend Alyssa both thinking of giving up the V.
Unlike some books that make you think, “Are you effing serious, there is no way in hell that can happen”, Giving Up the V makes you go, “Wow, that totally happened in my school” or “I know someone exactly like that! What about her friendship with Alyssa who adores Ben? Or when he actually is cheating on Spencer the entire time with that mean girl.
Books by Serena Robar. There were no actual sex scenes in this book, but there were some almost-sex scenes that were really well written.
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I think I’m a far more level headed person than her, and while I understand the influence of “lust” and “love” especially at a time when your hormones tobar wild, I really wish the author added more personal thoughts to the character.
Not at the sex or lack thereof, but just the way it was presented. Aug 10, Robsr Cassidy rated it it was amazing. Jun 15, Mandy rated it it yhe amazing Shelves: I thought he was cocky, rude, and just plain annoying. The way her friend offered himself as sacrifice for her first sexual experience was sweet and ironic at the same time.
It’s not like it’s taboo or anything, but I really don’t think people at my school, or my age, have such easy, sexual encounters like they claim in this book. It isn’t until Spencer lays eyes on the new transfer student, Ben, that she even considers putting her pills to good use.
Think through the idea of sex. To view it, click here. Reading YA fiction while my BF plays saints row 3, ah, we could be angsty teens again ourselves in fact, if we run out of soap or some other stupid item, or he doesn’t pick up the socks off the floor, we both show just how close we were to our teenage selves, even now I don’t remember ever worrying about things as much as Spencer does in this book, but then, I don’t think my high school was as rife with gossip or speculation, or maybe I just had no part in it.
A Long Way from You. Not an original plot by any means but an enjoyable read nevertheless.
Giving Up the V
I got a little impatient with Spencer’s whole ‘What does it mean’ after a heavy make out session and as you can imagine, she was pretty turned on, and confused about how to act afterwards. Ben the man whore basically us Where to begin with this book?
While I know this book is about sex, I thought it would have been a lot deeper than it actually was.
What did her friends want? Mar 04, Maria Gallo rated it liked it. I thought this would be a fun, informative book, but it wasn’t, not really.
Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Jul 04, Mbuick88 rated it really liked it. But then Benjamin Hopkins joins the school. I thought it would have been less predictable and more interesting than the actual ending, which was her going out with her best friend who all her friends knew she would end up with.
Yes No Thanks for your feedback! A trip to the bathroom lets Spencer overhear that he’s been sleeping with another girl, Shelby.
D view spoiler [and that he left them and some snacks in Spencer’s locker. I really wanted a nice, fun contemporary to read, so I ask my boyfriend to pick a book out for me out of a list I gave him and this was the one he had chosen.
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But the moment he blew into the book, I didn’t want to see either one end up with him. Feb 04, JD Switz rated it did not like it. As Spencer gets closer to Benjamin she feels Zach, her favorite guy friend distancing away from her.
I honestly thought it would be more educational when it came to the issue of sex. It was a little disturbing how tenacious she was, and how she made it seem like some school project, like no big deal, but something that had to be done — with no feelings.