Not really a great book to me. I didnt think it was that funny, and over all the main character was just a bit to odd. Her friends were all a bit overwhelming with the either, deep need to take care of her. Or completely not careing about her. Overall I wouldnt reccomend this one unless you have nothing else to read
Silly cover hides an excellent, well-written book that looks at the nature of love, values and insecurity. The characters are flawed but likeable.
It starts out really interesting and engaging, but gets really slow and boring after the 1st Chapter. It's zzzzzz from there. Don't bother reading it.
I started this book and couldn't get into the first chapter or two, so I set it aside thinking maybe it was just a phase. I picked it back up today and have ready about 55 pages and it just makes no sense. And this is coming from a person that reads everything and rarely does not finish a book. It just seemed the characters didn't have any depth and the storyline was bouncing all over the place.
This isn't saying that you won't like the book, I didn't and am giving it back to the owner so she can post it here for someone else to read!
Emily, London's famous twenty-four-year-old virgin, has to wonder if it's really so crazy to wait for Mr. Right. To enjoy the anticipation. To make sure she's totally, truly, no-turning-back in love. Especially when her friends fall in and out of lust on a daily basis.
But Emily gets the surprise of her life when Oliver Mills comes back to town after a year in America. When they were sixteen, she and Oliver made out behind some sand dunes at the beach, and deep down, he's the one she's been waiting for all this time. Already, Emily can feel her defenses crumbling. She's got six good reasons to stay a virgin. But six might not be enough.