- File Size: 925 KB
- Print Length: 282 pages
- Publisher: Bluefields (May 12, 2014)
- Publication Date: May 12, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00KBA582Y
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,696 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A is for Abstinence (V is for Virgin #2) Kindle Edition
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Kyle Hamilton is (and I’m sorry Brian) my favorite Oram character. I’m in love with him! He’s confident, knows he’s sexy, and is unapologetic for it. He knows his reputation and in this book he’s working to prove to Val he’s a changed man. This is the Kyle I could see in Val’s story but he just wasn’t mature enough to admit it yet. He’s a man in love with a girl who he’s never forgotten and he’s out to win her heart this time *swoon*
Val has grown up a lot in this book. While we don’t get her perspective this time, there were a few scenes I really wish I could have known what was running through her head, specifically the music video. Val is the confident young woman I knew she’d grow up to be. She’s still toting her “Virgin Val” brand and you can tell it is starting to wear on her, especially as her friends are getting married and having children of their own. She’s ready for it but after the heartbreak of Kyle turning her away once, she’s hesitant and really you can’t blame her for it.
Overall I adored this book! While V is for Virgin is more for the mature young adult crowd, I would classify this one in a clean new adult genre. After all, Kyle is a rock star. I enjoyed reading this story from his perspective as he worked to change not only Val’s perception of him but the world’s perception of him. The abstinence bracelet Val gave him in the first book makes a reappearance in this one and he’s wearing it. How sexy is that?! If you enjoy clean, romantic comedy, I highly recommend you set aside some time and binge this book!
Val remained true to herself and her virture and I applaud her for it. I don’t know that its a feasible option for everyone now a days but I loved how she owned if for herself and didn’t look down on others for their different beliefs. I also like how she evolved from being the face of Not Everyones Doing It into starting her own adoption agency and being a double major at Stanford. This girl has serious ambitions!
Kyle seemed to have the most growth emotionally and while I wasn’t completely in love with him, (I couldn’t move past his previous behavior in the first book) He did redeem himself for the most part. Him having a previous relationship really helped him to be more understanding with regards to her choice. Their relationship seemed to go pretty fast since they had not seen each other in four years but it still felt right to me. She helped him to see past himself and use his fame in a less selfish and more productive way.
It ended predictably for me but that’s fine because its what I wanted to happen. :) PS, it has a character from one of her other books referenced in it. I love that! So go read it already!
This book shows there is so much more to love and relationships than just sex. Kyle and Valerie are so different and from two different worlds. But that doesn't mean that they shouldn't be together. They just bring so many great things together and bring together so much more than superficial things. Valerie and Kyle have so much more to them than just Virgin Val and Rock Star Kyle Hamilton. They are actual people that have deep thoughts. Definitely worth the read.