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Although, her relationship with Justin was really weird and not really my kind of thing. Is Spencer up for this? I think a teenager would be heavily influenced by the idea of what her friends think and what is considered normal. I am happy on who she ends up with at the end. Everyone knew they would end up dating each other.
No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! I guess I might be picky She’s flattered that gobar captured his attention, but then uncomfortable with his fast moves. Spencer has a mom who thinks knowledge is power, and ‘Forced’ Spenncer to have an OB appt on her 16th birthday, so that, I think, Spencer would know about her body, and if she yhe to start having sex, she would be a little better prepared for it.
One of her friends, Ryan I’m terrible with names when I can’t connect with facesI think,a major player seems to be into her. Although, that could be just me.
To ask other readers questions about Giving Up the Vplease sign up. I think all of that is handled very well. When she meets Ben, I was suprised that he was bing so nice to her, but as the story moved on it made sfrena sense.
This book started off good and then went to very, very bad. And what YA book wouldn’t be complete without it’s resident bad boy you love to hate? It doesn’t help when her friend Zach starts keeping his distance from her.
Aug 10, Stephanie Cassidy rated it it was amazing. There were no actual sex bg in this book, but there were some almost-sex scenes that were really well written.
Jan 22, Siti rated it liked it Shelves: She’s Got the Beat. As reviewed by TheBusyBibliophile. One of the main one is giving up your virginity only to someone that you truly love.
It’s a good look at the pros and cons of going all the way the first time. Spencer is tue with the way things are going and sees no reason to change things. She wasn’t worried about the risks,she wasn’t worried about the fact that having sex could have a toll on her emotionally, wasn’t worried about him hurting her, wasn’t worried about a lot of things.
Instead, they want to work on their relationship giging savor what they have.
Had her novel tipped that way a bit more I think that the readers would leave the book more influenced and understanding about the issue of sex. She didn’t see he was a player, a pervert and was using her. Ryan, for example; he may use girls a lot, but he was hot and funny, so it was easy to see how he could get away with it. But some people love each other in the weirdest ways. The first date in the stirrups proves to be mortifying but not fatal and Spencer is less than enthused about receiving this rites of passage because she personally can’t see herself needing the pills.
Lately, her crew have been talking nonstop about it, especially about Spencer virgin status now that she tye sixteen with the Pill.
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