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The Accidental Virgin

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2012

    good Laugh Out Loud book

    It's like cotton candy for the brain, not good for you, but fun every now and then. I read this a couple of years ago, it was rather is Hex and the Single Girl. Valerie's book Smart Vs. Pretty was horrible (I just finished that yesterday and left a bad review for it).

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  • Posted August 4, 2013

    To begin with, the description of this book completely misled me

    To begin with, the description of this book completely misled me as the Goddess of Love made no appearance in this story, whatsoever. I quickly got over that, however, and became so immersed in Stacy Temple’s life that I finished this book in 5 days! I’m still surprised by that because I’m a notoriously slow reader and there just haven’t been many books that I literally inhale so quickly.

    Stacy Temple is your typical young working gal who has had her share of ups and downs in the relationship arena. After her last relationship ended nearly a year ago, Stacy’s focus turned to her career at an Internet start-up company selling sexy lingerie that she has neglected her sexual needs. No big deal, right? Apparently Stacy discovers it is a very big deal. She learns through a sex column emailed to her by a friend that after one year of celibacy, a girl gets “re-virginated.” No, “it” doesn’t grow back, but according to the column, it may as well as you are officially a virgin again. This sends Stacy on a quest to get lucky before the one year mark. With failure after failure with several prospective partners (one of which is a paid escort gifted to Stacy by her boss!!!), Stacy’s desperation rockets upward.

    This book was hilarious. I laughed out loud throughout the book while shaking my head combined with a little bit of eye-rolling at what was waiting on the next page. However, I couldn’t help but cheer Stacy on. I had to give the girl points for seeing it through despite the odds of overall failure. Who knew it would be so hard to find someone to have sex with in New York City? Finding out how this would all shake out kept my anticipation level rising at the same pace as Stacy’s desperation.

    This was a very fast read for me that made me laugh out loud several times. I highly recommend this to fans of both the chick-lit and contemporary romance genre who are looking for an entertaining and humorous book to escape into…eye-rolling optional.

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  • Posted August 10, 2009

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    Lots of Fun!

    I was unsure about this one because reading the back of the book did not exactly entice me to buy it. I read the sample through the eReader and felt that the sample does the book much better justice as far as giving the reader a "glimpse" of the story. I enjoyed this book so much I read it in one day (yes, I took breaks to eat and take a little nap), I was immediately sucked into the story and learned about the main girl's--well--situation. I was laughing, thinking, and reminiscing through all of the obstacles she encountered as the story progressed. Great book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 11, 2003

    Kept Me Entertained

    An intriguing story with a very confused main character that gets lost in all things dealing with love and/ sex because of a dot com writer who ends up being wrong. We keep wondering if the girl will ever end up with who the audience wants her to be with and if her dilema will ever be solved.

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