Book Reviews of The Last Male Virgin

The Last Male Virgin
The Last Male Virgin
Author: Katherine Deauxville
ISBN-13: 9780505524973
ISBN-10: 050552497X
Publication Date: 9/2002
Pages: 368
Rating:
  • Currently 2.8/5 Stars.
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2.8 stars, based on 44 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
Absolutely one of the worst books I have ever read. The plot was stupid, the characters were bland and the writing style was boring and stuffy. Awful. Horrible.
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Helpful Score: 2
Don't stop to ask questions, just kick back and ENJOY!! This is one funny book. Maggie Davis aka Katherine Deauxville is a charming lady and a wonderful artist, and both show in the warm and funny tale of 29 year old Dr. Peter Havistock who announces to the world he is a virgin looking for a wife. When he was not yet 15, the plane carrying his parents and him crash land in the jungle of New Guinea. For the next 14 years, he lives with the tribe that rescued him. However, since they deemed him their 'golden god' they would not permit him to marry within their tribe. Also, they had high moral standards, so he is now nearly 30 and a virgin. He is a profession of anthropology and in on a book tour of college campuses to promote his story and the lives of the tribe that raised him. And he has a very attention catching style that is fanning the flames of press and women alive.
Leslie Wimberly is in charge of handling the book tour. A beautiful 34 year old divorce, she is finding the Professor a big more than she can handle. From his G string demonstration of authentic native gab, to defending him from mobs of women, to the announcing he has never been kissed before, leaves her running in circles.
It is fast pasted, funny and absolute laugh out loud riot.
So if you need a pick me up...a cheer to your weekend....this is the tonic!!!
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Helpful Score: 1
I could not get through this book.
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Very funny concept, I enjoyed this story.
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The First Time.

It had never happened before, but the man was more than Leslie could handle. She'd expected a great deal of publicity for Dr. Peter Havistock-heck, the hunk had survived a plane crash, spent nearly 14 years living with a Stone-Age tribe in the wilds of Papua New Guinea, and returned to write a best-selling book about it. But his tour of colleges was too wild: He had the Yalies yowling for more, and the babes at Brown in a brouhaha.

Frankly, Leslie herself had never seen a doctor of anthropology act the way Havistock did. And while his ceremonial g-string was...authentic...she didn't see the need for him to go flaunting his perfect body on every TV screen across the nation. And then he announced on Harry King Live that he was a virgin! And that he was looking for a wife! And that he'd like to marry her!

Well, she decided, there was a first time for everything...
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The book is about a brilliant man who is trying to help his adoptive tribe survive the modern world. In order to do so he has to get married and has choosen a woman from a affluent background, who is struggling to stand on her own two feet and find her own place in the world. Fairly typical story of gorgeous man coming into the life of an unstable needy woman and the man fighting an uphill battle against the woman because she cant let go of her percious control and just trust love. I started to read this book with high hopes, but unfortunately was disappointed. I found the plot and the characters lacking. There were funny parts in the story and the writing style was smooth....the overall effect was not entertaining.
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Cute story about an anthropolgist who is stranded in teh jungle and tries to help his tribe while seducing his book publisict...
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fun and quirky, a good read.
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The First Time

It had never happened before, but the man was more than Leslie could handle. She'd expected a great deal of publicity for Dr. Peter Havistockheck, the hunk had survived a plane crash, spent nearly fourteen years living with a Stone-Age tribe in the wilds of Papua New Guinea, and returned to write a best-selling book about it. But his tour of colleges was too wild: He had the Yalies yowling for more, and the babes at Brown in a brouhaha.
Frankly, Leslie herself had never seen a doctor of anthropology act the way Havistock did. And while his ceremonial g-string was . . . authentic . . . she didn't see the need for him to go flaunting his perfect body on every TV screen across the nation. And then he announced on Harry King Live that he was a virgin! And that he was looking for a wife! And that he'd like to marry her!
Well, she decided, there was a first time for everything....