Confessions of a Virgin Sex Columnist

I’ve gotten pretty behind on the whole book blog idea thing, so I’m going to slowly try catching up since I’ve actually been leaving reviews on Goodreads.

One of my favorite books so far this year is Confessions of a Virgin Sex Columnist.

This last month I’ve been reading books that have made me want to drop the microphone and just stop reading because no book can ever be that perfect again. I keep thinking, this is the world’s most perfect book. No, this one is…this is the third one in a row that has made me think that. I’m almost afraid of never finding another book like it again.

The first thing I want to say about this book is that it is no way similar to Fifty Shades of Grey. The title made me think that it was that type of book, and I thought, oh no. But I was relived that I got through 10 percent…and actually I got to fifty percent the first night even though I was tired from working. That was how much it captivated me.

Skylar is a virgin sex columnist and this leads to some awkward situations. Her editor doesn’t know that she’s a virgin. Her best friend ends up helping her with the articles. She’s also been in denial about loving her best friend’s brother for four years…and he ends up moving into their apartment one night.

I loved the characters. Oliver was probably my favorite one. I do have a few other favorite scenes, but I don’t want to give away the entire book.

If you are looking for a cute, mostly clean romance book, this would be a good one. There were lots of scenes that actually had me giggling on my break at work, and the characters are relatable. They aren’t as predictable
as they are in the usual chick literature books. It’s a light, easy read.

Plus, that cover is so cute!

Don’t judge a book by the title!

I found it through Kindle Unlimited and immediately grabbed the second one. I’ve also read this authors YA books under her other name. I actually want to buy the book so I can reread it again in the future.

I read somewhere that this book is perfect for Sophie Kinsella, Meg Cabot and Emily Giffin fans and she lived up to those expectations. It’s a five star read for me.

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