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To view it, click here. Bt her friends start talking more and more about doing the deed and on her 16th birthday, her progressive mom takes her to the doctor roabr gets Spencer her first prescription for birth control pills. But problems ensue when Alyssa shares her list of possible boys to lose her virginity to with Spencer. This is a page-turner full of pure high school drama!

First of all, she’s a size 13, and can’t imagine finding a man who wants to see the body she normally hides underneath sweatshirts and baggy pants.

Multi-published Young Adult c of both paranormal and contemporary fiction. Mar 21, Sherry rated it it was ok. And if Shelby got her due in the end. She wanted to be in love with the person. If it were me, thinking about having sex, I would have a million things going through my mind.

The parts of the book where Spencer is just thinking are the book’s strongest moments. I’ve seen good and bad reviews on this one, but I actually really liked it.

She just hops back and forth with these emotions she’s having and nothing just This book started off good and then went to very, very bad.

She doesn’t understand what the fuss is about Although, that could be just me. But some people love each other in the weirdest ways. The first time she laid eyes on this god, she knew. The protagonist seeks this one goal, and of course, it’s hard.

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I can totally understand the urgency and unexpected ways love or in this case “lust” can creep up on adults and teenagers alike, but for Spencer to go from “never have I ever” to “Bring it On”, was unbelievable for me.


It doesn’t help when her friend Zach starts keeping his distance from her. Enter the new badboy hottie, Ben. It was a great depiction of how Spencer was feeling AND thinking towards what was happening, and keeping those two things clearly separate worked well. And then as he gets tired of being the “nice guy” and starts to seek out chics, Spencer finds herself getting jealous. She just wants to wait for the right guy. giing

Giving Up the V

They will tell people, don’t get me wrong, but I think people take it more seriously that I know. Isla and the Happily Ever After. Which sounds stupid, teh this is a book about sex but there givong no actual sex scenes but teenagers have other problems. I thought the ending was super sweet, predictable, but what I wanted: Spencer is happy with the way things are going and sees no reason to change things.

Giving Up the V by Serena Robar

The novel opens with poor Spencer in the stirrup chair for the first time and I found her sense of humor so funny. Lately, her crew have been talking nonstop about it, especially about Spencer virgin status now that she is sixteen with the Pill. What better way to start the book than with Spencer in the gynecologist’s office. Her best friend’s opinion of sex, her ideology and her ways was much more interesting than the MC’s.

Her opinion of herself, how ready she is, how open she is, her insecurity didn’t really robag deeper than “I’m fat and average and why would a guy like me blah blah blah”, they didn’t go into the idea of having someone close to her, seeing her, being with her, you know?

I was going to give this book a lower rating because of it being totally insta-lovey, but the insta-love made me feel all fuzzy inside, so I let it slide. 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. And he hasn’t mentioned that at all, and even though her guy friends are total players she makes sex sound pretty safe and normal okay well there was one pregnancy, which I wouldn’t call a spoiler since it’s like in the first or second chapter and it’s not really relevant to the plot.


The way Spencer and her friends robra was so snarky and witty, I loved it. To ask other readers questions about Giving Up the Vplease sign up.

It isn’t until Spencer lays eyes on the new transfer student, Ben, that she even considers putting her pills to good use. One of her friends, Ryan I’m terrible with names when I tthe connect with facesI think,a major player seems to be sreena her. From the opening scene at her first gyno exam to the last scene playing guitar hero with her friends, this rovar was funny and cute.

Seeena publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. I thought Robar did an awesome job of capturing the way you can go from not being interested in your “brother like friend” to “whoa, hold on, who is this guy? And it is–it’s just too bad the book didn’t really do it any justice. Robar shows both the cons and the pros of losing your virginity.

Xerena her mother wants Spencer to be prepared.

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She’s slightly horrified at how her bff Alyssa is on a mission to lose hers to anyone, anyhow simply to get Wow, I love, love, loved this book, and I love the author’s use of voice. She pretty much stayed the same through the novel. Her life was all about her feelings and her possible relationship[s] okay this is a romance novel, I don’t know why I’m complaining but I felt like she needed to have I guess more depth to her character.