Author: A.J. Bennett

Unintentional Virgin by A.J. Bennett

Posted August 22, 2014 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
Unintentional Virgin by A.J. Bennett

Truth be told, in romances, I’m not normally a fan of virgins, especially once you reach a certain age. Now there are exceptions to this rule of course, like if the character has super strong religious beliefs or circumstances make it understandable, but in general I have a hard to time believe in characters that had completely normally high school/college years and still come out the other side with their virginity in tact. That being said, it totally didn’t bother me in this book. I think part of the reason why it read as authentic is because Karma has some serious self-esteem issues and she had on numerous occasions tried to lose her V-card, but life kind of always got in the way and said, not today Karma, thanks for trying. So Karma is the daughter of a vapid model and a gay, plastic surgeon father. On the plus side her dad is truly a great dad. Downside, her mother is putting her down whenever she decides to show up and has given Karma such a complex that she really doesn’t see herself as anything special. Plus her mother named her Karma Points… talk about giving your kid a horrible name to grow up with. Fed up with being a virgin, she tries to have a one-night stand with Jax, who it turns out is a really good guy and agrees to help her out but only if they spend three weeks together first. Jax is really good for Karma, […]