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Jan 06, Kirsti rated it really seren it Recommends it for: I think sex has a lot to do with the way you feel about yourself and how ready you are to share yourself with another person. First of all, he’s a hornball who can barely look at her face–he has to stare at her chest.
I rooted for Zach throughout the entire book, there’s something very sweet about a guy getting as jealous as he did.
Giving Up the V
To ask sefena readers questions about Giving Up the Vplease sign up. I also grew frustrated with how easily the reader could see where Spencer’s true affections and issues laid, while she was clueless.
Dec 07, Marci rated it it was amazing Shelves: I wanted that from the beginning! Though he assures her that ssrena is okay, Spencer setena so sure. So, beside some things missing and my curiousity being high and dry, I really liked this book and would recommend it. 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.
She isn’t very much like the other members of her “Crew”, who are very much sexually active. There was a little romance, and it was both sweet and real.
This story was rather unrealistic and just too short to seren it any real props. The Thing About the Truth.
Spencer Davis has just turned Which sounds stupid, since this is a book about sex but there are no actual sex scenes but teenagers have other problems. What did she want asides from that?
It’s not flashy or over the top, and a couple of times she ‘grabs’ things, and I have a major issue with the word grab. And maybe, just maybe, what Spencer’s looking for has been in front tbe her the entire time. I thought it would be more informative, as in, they would talk more about the options but no Mar 04, Maria Gallo rated it liked it.
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The author has a good voice, I could somewhat relate to the MC, but she didn’t think much, in my opinion. Kept me interested enough to finish I was really hoping for a plot twist because it was sooo predictable but it was still just okay.
We appreciate your feedback. Worse, I had very little connection to the main character. She didn’t see he was a player, a pervert and was using her. Which made me annoyed. It doesn’t help when her friend Zach starts keeping his distance from her.
Giving Up the V by Serena Robar
And, oh, I don’t know, STIs? Lately, her crew have been talking bh about it, especially about Spencer virgin status now that she is sixteen with the Pill. But her mother wants Spencer to be prepared. Spencer leaves with Zach.
Or when he actually is cheating on Spencer the entire time with that mean girl. Spencer hasn’t told anyone about her crush on Ben and she’s getting the vibe that Ben is into her as welland she’s conflicted when she sees Ben has made it to 1 on Alyssa’s list.
There are many, many, thoughts like this that you think about when you open yourself up to someone else, but everyone is different. Like when he only stares at her boobs or when he says that he’s gonna be taking her virginity with a key card in his hands. Lists with This Book. But then Benjamin Hopkins joins the school. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. I am happy on who she ends up with at the end.
Through convos with Ryan’s mom, who wants Spencer to date Ryan to ground him a bit, as well as the way he acts around her, we see that Ryan is sort of a manwhore with a heart, and that he might potentially like Spencer. Think through what she really felt for Ben. 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?
I’m sure the title is a dead give-away because the V sure as heck, does not stands for vegetables Giving Up the Vegetables The MC okay, you can kind of tell I already forgot her name was so intent on not having sex grossed out by it, if I rememberand then suddenly she meets a guy and she wants to? Giving up the V, by Serena Robar, isn’t a book that I would normally read, but it does include many interesting topics.
This novel displays that sex is something you should not rush at. Return to Book Page. I’d have liked to know more! She didn’t see he was a player, a perve This was a great read!
Jul 04, Mbuick88 rated it really liked it.