Monday, September 15, 2014

V Card Review

V Card
by: Alicia Michaels
Published: April 15, 2014

Goodreads Synopsis:

Jennifer Nolan has been unlucky when it comes to love; even more unfortunate when it comes to sex. In fact, the twenty year-old college junior is about to enter her senior year still carrying her v-card. All she wants is to be with that special someone without it resulting in a trip to the emergency room, runaway office supplies, or being scarred for life by someone's weird fetishes. With several botched attempts under her belt, she begins to fear she'll end up a lonely spinster or a crazy cat lady.

With only 60 days until her 21st birthday, Jennifer is determined to lose her virginity once and for all. Little does she know that her mission will lead her down a path toward love. She never expects that her mission will lead her to a discovery of what true womanhood is, and where true and lasting love begins.

My Thoughts:

V card is the first book in the Sharing Spaces Series, written by Alicia Michaels. Jennifer's twenty- first birthday is looming ever so close. Jennifer has one goal to complete before she turns twenty-one, lose her virginity. Jennifer doesn't want to lose it just because everyone else has, she wants to lose it because it's the last thing keeping her from womanhood. Jennifer has had a few mishaps when it came to sex and thinks she will never get the moment she is looking for. With only 60 days till her birthday she will lose her virginity by then. She finds unexpected things on the road to complete her mission and learns that lasting love is different then she thought and can be found in plain sight.

I love the plot of this book, as a woman I could relate to the characters and the story. I loved the relationship dynamics between the characters. The story was easy to follow and entertaining, as well as funny and sexy. This story was a very well written romance that kept me interested and entertained the whole book.

The only thing I didn't like about this book was that it was too short. I would have loved more of the characters. I will definitely be reading the rest of the books in this series.

1 comment:

  1. If your only complaint was that this book was too short, well then that's kind of a good thing because it means you wanted more after reading the last page. From your review I gather that the story was a fun combination of humour and great characters. Win/win! :) The premise alone is totally giggle worthy. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!