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V-Card

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by Alicia Michaels
     
 

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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

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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.

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ISBN-13:
9781502315137
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
09/09/2014
Pages:
130
Sales rank:
1,096,914
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.28(d)

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V-Card 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book short but good
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed
Bookcrazymomma More than 1 year ago
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.
ssmommie75TB More than 1 year ago
Alicia Michaels did a really good job writing V Card. All of the characters were strong even the supporting characters.  There was one character that needed a good butt kicking, but no spoilers from me.
Lynn_Shaw More than 1 year ago
V-Card is a smart, funny look at a 20 year old college student, Jennifer Nolan, who is determined to lose her virginity before her 21st birthday; just 60 days away. It’s Sex in the City College Years. It’s a laugh out loud funny look at friendships, dating and discovering what you had in front of you all along. You cannot put this book down. Read it in one night!
jmathis86 3 months ago
V Card is the first book that I have read from Alicia Michaels and I loved it. This was a funny sweet romance read. Jennifer wanted to start the next chapter in her life “A women” so she set out to lose her virginity by her 21st birthday. I loved all of the roommates in this book and I feel that they all play their part. Jennifer was just like a normal college student and I appreciated that. I have read a lot with so much angst and I wanted some relief from it. This book was the one to read. When I read the Blurb I was instantly hooked. Once I started to read the book the writing got me hooked. The author does an amazing job and I would highly recommend this books.
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Anonymous 8 months ago
Good read
Anonymous 9 months ago
Sounds adventures an exciting, from summary!
Anonymous 11 months ago
The book was great!! Loved it!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed. C
CrystalMarie218 More than 1 year ago
New adult, when done right, can be a fun read. When done poorly, it can suck the life out of you one word at a time. I’m happy to report that I not only finished this book alive, but enjoyed it! Jennifer is a 20 year old college student intent on losing her virginity before her 21st birthday. She has attempted to lose the v card before, but through a hilarious chain of events that seemed reminiscent of “The 40 Year Old Virgin”, it never quite worked out. When she meets Dain at a party, she thinks he could be the one. However, what she thinks is just going to be a casual hookup grows into more, as they get to know one another. Will Jennifer not only lose her v card, but find love too? This book is pretty much what I consider New Adult romance to be all about. Fluffy, fun, not too serious or too in depth. It’s a light, fun read. I thought that Jennifer’s experiences were not only hilarious (well, some of them) but also relatable. Even as a woman in her late 30’s, I could relate to Jennifer. In fact, it made me think back fondly on my college days, which for me is part of the fun of reading NA books. My only criticism of this book is that the plot was somewhat predictable. However, it made up for it in the freshness of the author’s voice. This book is put together seamlessly, with a well-constructed (even if predictable) plot as well as great character development. I was pretty much hooked on it from the beginning and devoured it in less than a day. Overall, I really enjoyed this book. It was fun, funny and a quick read. For a new author, I was very impressed and look forward to reading more of her work in the future! 4 stars. Reviewed by Sara Squared for Crystal’s Many Reviewers *Copy Provided for review*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Free read
Kristen_Noel More than 1 year ago
  Alicia Michaels is one of my favorite small press/Indie authors, so as soon as I heard she had written a New Adult book I had to read it. I've struggled with New Adult books in the past, but I'm learning that the author really does set the tone for these books. Alicia Michaels did just that with V-Card. It's a very quick read, and I read it in one sitting without even realizing that's what I was doing. It was so easy to get engrossed in this book!   The dynamic of the characters works so well, and I really loved getting to know all of them. Immediately, I pictured Jenn as Jennifer Lawrence. I was so excited whenever I saw that Alicia picked JLaw as Jenn with the dream cast! All of the roommates were so well thought out. They each stand out as their own unique person. It was interesting to compare Dain and Luke. I won't say any more as to spare you from spoilers.   V-Card is the perfect summer read. It's a light and fun book that you can read in one evening. I did feel sad to leave the characters at the end, though. There was a definite lack of drama and immaturity, and I was so happy for it. If you're looking for a quick and fun New Adult read, you have to pick up V-Card! **I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review with no compensation.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Natasha Jackson for Readers' Favorite Twenty-year-old Jennifer Nolan is a junior in college, unlucky in love, and also a virgin. The one thing she is looking to change is her virgin status, in other words she is trying to lose her V-Card. With her 21st birthday looming around the corner, Jennifer is bound and determined to get rid of her pesky virginity before the big day. The problem is that she has never had any luck in her previous efforts to get rid of her virginity, and V-Card is the story of how this quest ends in the most unexpected place: love. Alicia Michaels did a great job with the voice of Jennifer. Her recounting of previous attempts to end her virginity were laugh out loud hilarious, and you really feel for Jennifer and hope that she gets to “become a woman” sooner rather than later. With the help and support of four roommates, Jennifer thinks she’s finally met the man who will successfully claim her V-Card when she poses as a fake-girlfriend for one of her roommates. But Dain might just end up being a distraction while someone closer to home will do the honors. With sixty days to become a woman, Jennifer throws herself headlong into the efforts with great comedic effect. This story by Alicia Michaels is so funny and witty that it almost made me feel like a college student again. I have to say that while the ending was more than satisfying it truly was the journey with Jennifer, Dain, Luke, Chloe and the rest that made this story so compelling.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You people should just read this novel yourselves and write your own review on this novel. ShelleyMA
DrPepperDiva More than 1 year ago
I did a spotlight post on this book about a month ago. After reading the synopsis and being asked to do a review, I couldn’t say no. This was a new twist to the typical NA books I’ve read and I needed to know what was going on and how things panned out. Jennifer is an accident waiting to happen. From falling off of a dock into the water to getting a stapler to the rear end, the poor girl just can’t catch a break when it comes to the opposite sex. After several failed attempts at losing her v-card, she vows to lose it by her 21st birthday. Cue the dock scene where she meets the incredibly gorgeous Dain, a friend of her roommate Christian. With his quick wit and charming ways, he soon has Jenn eating out of the palm of his hand. Dain seems like the perfect guy until a conversation not meant for Jenn’s ears leaves her questioning everything she ever thought about love. Enter the lovable Luke, another one of Jenn’s roommates. His playboy ways and brotherly protectiveness never causes any concern for Jenn until an unplanned kiss leaves both of them reeling. Unsure of her feelings, she pushes him away. When things go sour with Dain, Luke is the one there to catch her when she falls. As things progress, Jenn has to decide whether this is true love or if she’s still caught up in Dain and losing her v-card. What a wonderful debut into the contemporary world! Although I thought the book had a bit of a slow start for me, I was soon wound up in Jenn’s story and the author’s humorous writing style. Michaels took a serious subject and was able to develop a cute and sweet story, with just the right amount of comedy added to lighten things up. Although I’m not sure what the next book has in store, I’m definitely looking forward to continuing the series. I would recommend this to anyone looking to escape into a sweet love affair. Fans of contemporary and chick lit should find this story both charming and witty. Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book, at no charge to me, in exchange for my honest review.