Six Reasons to Stay a Virgin - Louise Harwood Reviews
Description:ISBN 0330486144 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Louise Harwood / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2003-07-04 by Pan Books
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Pages: 320, Edition: First Edition, Paperback, Pan
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by - written on 07/02/09 (Very useful, 104 readings)
Well I just read this book and I can't really make my mind up about it! At the time I thought it was a great read and I felt like I couldn't put it down, but now I think back on it it feels like hardly anything actually happened in it!! CHARACTERS- Emily- She's 24 and still a virgin but not through lack of offers! Its a lifestyle choice which many men want to break and many women resent. She hates her job working for a woman who is constantly ridiculing her, and has a dream of opening a shop "Saltwater" in Cornwall where her brother Alfie lives. Holly, Rachel, Caitlin and JoJo- Emilies friends, they all stick by her decision, but ... Read the complete review
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