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One of the possible candidates was the one and only Ben, which left Spencer unsure of how to handle the situation. There were no actual sex scenes in this book, but there were some almost-sex scenes that were really well written. I liked Morgan a lot instead.

It doesn’t help when her friend Zach starts keeping his distance from her. But then Benjamin Hopkins joins the school. It just seemed, I don’t know, naive? I thought it would be g informative, as in, they would talk more about the options but no It didn’t quite have the spark of a perfect book. Spencer has always been the girl her friends confide in.

The girls because they don’t want to appear slutty, but guys keep it hush hush as well.

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I wanted that from the beginning! This is girl so givint on not having sex and she doesn’t go through much of a change when she suddenly decides that she might, do you get what I mean? Giving up the V is sumptuously written and has an amazing plot fulfilled with fascinating characters of all kinds bounded by the theme of sex and romance.


Why on earth would the author include a part where her mother talks about him having feelings for her if she’s not going to use it? It’s a little crude duh. Nov 01, Princess Bookie rated it it was amazing. I would recommend this book to anyone that is in need sereja guidance with boys. I think a teenager would be heavily influenced by the idea of what her friends think and what is considered normal.

Which felt just thrown rbar there at the end.

This is only true until she meets a guy named Benjamin Hopkins, she finds that she starts falling in love with her. Icing on the Lake. I’m left with this doubt: However, that didn’t make me love the book any less.

The way Spencer and her friends talked was so snarky and witty, I loved it. I really enjoyed this book a lot. And if Shelby got her due in the end. Spencer has a mom who thinks knowledge is power, and ‘Forced’ Spenncer to have an OB appt on her 16th birthday, so that, I think, Spencer would know about her body, and if she chose to start having sex, she would be a little better prepared for it.

But her friends start talking bu and more about doing the deed and on her 16th birthday, her progressive mom takes her to the doctor and gets Spencer her first prescription for birth control givinb. Not in the way that I thought it would.

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I really wanted a nice, fun contemporary to read, so Tue 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. It could fit comfortably into any booklist that contains Forever by Judy Blume Well, Alyssa does give herself a goal of the Winter Formal. Not in the way I expected anyways.


Did he really act the way Alyssa said? Then Ryan, the school clown who changes girls like underwear The writing here is just enough.

Giving Up the V by Serena Robar

First of all, he’s a hornball who can barely look at her face–he has to stare at her chest. Oct 30, Kristy rated it really liked it Shelves: Thanks for telling us about the problem. I don’t need to explain it that much. But when robxr friends enter the picture How many sixteen year olds are ready to deal with this?

I think in my opinion most girls would take it seriously, which the MC did, but almost in the wrong way. I rooted fobar Zach throughout the entire book, there’s something very sweet about a guy getting as jealous as he did.

But who knows–if I wa Um, Robarr don’t about this one. I loved the ending, but I kind of saw it coming. He was THE one. This is a great book where it is recommended to everyone! Strangely, I liked Ryan and Justin. This book is mostly character driven, and luckily for us, the characters are awesome!

It’s entertaining, believable, yhe just fantastic! I would haved to liked to get to know “mystery guy who she ends up with” more but it was just the right amount of romance and humor for me. To ask other readers questions about Giving Up the Vplease sign up.