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She didn’t really touch on the subject of abstinence. I’d bet a lot of girls, especially in high school, are going through the same stages that Spncer is going through.

One of the possible candidates was the one and only Ben, which left Spencer unsure of how to handle the situation. The novel opens with poor Spencer in the stirrup chair for the first time and I found her sense of humor so funny.

It’s not flashy setena over the top, and a couple of times she ‘grabs’ things, and I have a major issue with the word grab. As you can tell, I throughly enjoyed this book.

And the way that Spencer just fell in love with him after not even knowing him kind of irked me. Spencer ends up falling for her other best friend Zach.

Jun 27, The Dreamer Reader rated it liked it Shelves: And she didn’t see that Since they’ve been friends since childhood, it’s hard for Spencer to see him any other way, but it’s clear from the beginning of the book that Zach is potentially seeing her differently. 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.


Spencer’s medication is the talk of her group of friends, the Crew. Thanks for telling us about the problem. May 22, Grace rated it really liked it.

And thus begins my loss of interest in Ms. I think a teenager would be heavily influenced by the idea of what her friends think and what is considered normal. To ask other readers questions about Giving Up the Vplease sign up. It’s entertaining, believable, and just fantastic! The only man I’ve ever been with is still with givig seven years later, so the main stresses of this book were yhe mine to bear. Ben, the new guy?

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I think that 16 is so young, too young for some of these things that have happened, but maybe that’s just me. The Fine Art of Pretending. Spencer has always been the girl her friends confide in. It’s a simple, sweet love story. Which felt just thrown in there at the end. I really wanted vy nice, fun contemporary to read, so I 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.

Do you really grab snacks? Or when he actually is cheating on Spencer the entire time with that mean girl.


Giving Up the V

Think through what she was doing with her friends. I know I’m very broad, I say not really but I don’t explain how, because Givjng don’t know how to.

We appreciate your feedback. If you can remember that very first visit to the gyno, you can relate to her embarassment. This is one of those examples of an author who relies on telling vs. Benjamin Hopkins walks up and asks her for directions to the main office and Hy is suddenly twitterpated. Jan 06, Kirsti rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Also, as a teenager I’m turning 16 thhe year, so the characters weren’t that much older than me I didn’t feel like the characters felt very realistic.

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I thought this would be a fun, informative book, but it wasn’t, not really. Some of the talks people had, where they laid it all out no pun intendedseemed so false to me.

And that kind of sets off a lot of sex talk among her friends. Sep 11, Suzanne rated it it was ok Shelves: 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.

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