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Call me mean or whatever, but I was rather disappointed. 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 segena 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.

Spencer left with The Pill and an odd feeling that this was not how her birthday was supposed to be. I was going to give this book a lower rating because of srena being totally insta-lovey, but the insta-love made me feel all fuzzy inside, so I let it slide.

Which sounds stupid, since this is a book about sex but there are no actual sex scenes but teenagers have other problems. If there was a point to this book which I hope there was I would have assumed that it would have been to inform teens hy sex in a way that wouldn’t seem too over powering, like sex ed where they try to scare you out of sex, and to help you understand better the decision you’re making.


I thought it swrena have been less predictable and more interesting than the actual ending, which was her going serema with her best friend who all her friends knew she would end up with. Ben, the new guy? Jun te, Julie rated it liked it Shelves: And while the MC did mature during the course of the novel, especially noticeable at the end, it wasn’t how I would have imagined it would have been.

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I don’t need to explain it that much. The characters seemed older. But it was close. It reads a lot like it could be part of an American TV teen programme; the teens were so lifelike and believable.

I also admired how she was still able to pretty much be herself around him despite it all, it was cool. Outside of her thoughts about losing her virginity, I had very little clue to who she was as a person–what did she like in school?

Well, Alyssa does give herself a goal of rbar Winter Formal.

Return to Book Page. Jun 15, Mandy rated it it was amazing Shelves: But when her friends enter the picture Jul 04, Mbuick88 rated it really liked it. seena

This is one of those examples of an author who relies on telling vs. Not in the way that I thought it would. Some of the most entertaining parts are Justin’s attempts to win Morgan back in their up and down romance.

This is only true until she meets a guy named Benjamin Hopkins, she finds that she starts falling in love with her. Spencer could be any teenage girl struggling with the emotions of her first crush. Spencer is somehow very attracted to Benjamin.


Spencer seems like a pretty level headed girl, and not one of the girls who is ‘Boy Crazy’ like alot of the pu I went to school with. Also, it was set givung the Pacific Northwest where I livebut, as far as I can tell, not in a specific city, so that was kind of disconcerting!

She mainly just talked about birth control and how was it more reliable than condoms. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.

I loved the beginning, but loved the ending ev This book is very good!

Giving Up the V by Serena Robar

She’s flattered that she’s captured his attention, but then uncomfortable with his fast moves. And while I know she’s a teenager and teenagers make mistakes and don’t think that far ahead blah blah blah and I know that it’s easier said than done, blah blah blah, I honestly think if I were in her situation I would have done things very differently. Yes No Thanks for your feedback!

So, I would not recommend it to everyone. Lately, her crew have been talking nonstop about it, especially about Spencer virgin status now that she is sixteen with the Pill. But was it really necessary to share it with complete strangers?