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To Do Or Not To Do? Giving Up The V Review


Name: Giving up the V
Author: Serena Robar
Date Published: 6/9/2009

Short Summary:
From the author: Spencer “Responsible” Davis is nowhere ready to “give up the V,” as opposed to her hormonally crazed crew of friends, obsessed with the who-what-when-where-how of it all. “It” being . . . well, you get it. Even Spencer’s male friends, who claim to have expertise in the matter, offer their services to help relieve her of that pesky letter, much to her embarrassment. But when new-kid Benjamin enters the picture, Spencer begins to rethink her “responsible” moniker, and for the first time she wonders if she’s found just the right guy worth trading in her V-card.


In public or under the covers?
I think it’s perfectly acceptable to read this book in public. I mean, yes, you might get a few weird glances for the title, but it’s really not bad.

What mood?
This is a happy book. It’s a cute, short read, and it just makes you feel warm and fuzzy inside. =P

Main Character- nay or yay? I love Spencer. Actually, I am Spencer. Bones told me to read this book because it reminded her of me. As I was reading it, I started to wonder if the author studied me as a 16 year old girl, and wrote this book about me. I swear, I was just like her when I was a 16 year old.
Getting Over Ben:
Ben seems like a sexy character, but I just don’t like him. I just got a bad vibe from him.

Character Fever:

I love Zach. He’s so cute and adorable. He’s probably one of my favorite characters in the book.
Crust factor:
Some of the guys are pretty crusty. Also Morgan and Justin’s relationship. Plus, Shelby is extra crusty.

Don’t judge a book by it’s cover:
I like the cover. It’s simple. It shows a normal looking girl, the kind of girl you would expect to be on the cover of this kind of book.

Song this reminds me of:
No Idea by All Time Low. Perfect song for this book. Trust me.


Overall Rating:  I give it a 3. I just wanted more. But you should still read it.

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