**WARNING: THE VIRGIN ROMANCE NOVELIST IS A STANDALONE ROMANTIC COMEDY THAT WILL CAUSE YOU TO LAUGH LIKE A HYENA IN PUBLIC. READ IN THE CONFINES OF YOUR OWN HOME. IF YOU ARE ADDICTED TO CLIFFHANGERS, GETTING YOUR HEART RIPPED OUT OF YOUR CHEST AND FEELING LIKE A BULLDOZER JUST PLOWED THROUGH YOUR STOMACH, THEN THIS BOOK IS NOT FOR YOU. IF YOU LIKE PEEING YOUR PANTS AND CRYING FROM LAUGHING SO HARD, THEN PLEASE CONTINUE READING.***
Her bosom heaved at an alarming rate as his rough hand found its way down to her soft, yet wiry briar patch...
Can you say briar patch in a romance novel? What about meat sword? That’s what it is…a meat sword, right, all meaty and sword like, slaying through the inner dungeons of a woman’s dark desires. What about breasts? Do bosoms really heave?
God, I have no idea what happens when private parts touch.
I’m a virgin trying to write a romance novel and can’t seem to write past a sex scene thanks to my lack of experience.
My two best friends encourage me to drop the pen for a while and gain some real life practice through multiple dating facets such as blind dates, online profiles, and random hookups.
But losing my virginity is proving to be tougher than expected.
The Virgin Romance Novelist begins with Rosie and her friends trying to help her out with her books. She's a romance novelist, and still a virgin. So, she's having a hard time trying to write certain aspects to her stories that she wants. Now, she's going to do whatever she can to get the "experience" she needs to write her stories, and to experience more in her life. However, things get more complicated when her best friend Henry keeps getting in her way, and making strange comments about everything.
This book was okay. It wasn't that great, but not bad either. I really liked the overall story line, but I felt like a lot of the humor was forced, and not very funny at all.
The beginning was funny, but it sort of fell flat for me after that. And I really couldn't stand Henry. Especially a few of the things he did towards the end, that just seemed to be really glossed over. I thought they were a huge deal, but it seemed like the characters didn't.
So, overall the book was okay. It was something to pass the time with, but I didn't really get into it that much.