THE VIRGIN AND THE VAGABOND
At twenty-six with no experience in love and living in the middle of nowhere, Kirby’s starting to panic. One day the most handsome man she’s ever seen shows up at her door, and he’s none other than the famous millionaire James Nash, voted sexiest man in America! He’s the perfect man with money, brains, a sense of adventure—and he knows how to please a woman, too. So why is he so interested in Kirby? He’s the perfect person to lose her virginity to, but is he the man she wished upon a star for all those years ago?
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- virginity this and that 4
- JAB 01/11/2017 1 people found the following review helpful
This is the last novel of the series, "Bob the comet". We have our 26 year old virgin heroine who wanted to be married to the man that she loved from the bottom of her heart when she made the wish to Bob at the age of thirteen. I did find the intro to our hero and heroine first meeting was the hero seeing the heroine sunbathing on her building's top floor through his spyglass a mile away. Then he has his butler buy champagne and roses preparing to entice the heroine allowing him to join. However, the heroine resists and they start learning more and more about each other. The hero learns that the heroine wants to go on a date but exaggerated rumors going around town of the heroine trying to lose her virginity have had all the men run away. The first one was the heroine going so far to strip naked when it was actually a part of her skirt that was torn up. The second was the fact a mishap on timing because another man came when the heroine was showering and in a hurry to answer the door, she only came out in a bathrobe. The hero decides to help the heroine by putting on a new outfit and giving her tips on how men go. The plan works and the heroine starts getting attention, which in turn starts the jealousy mobile in the hero's brain. What I liked about this book is that they start to learn more and more about each other. I admit that they do have sex before the ending but it was to be expected, however, I believe that the audience likes the twist of the ending between the heroine, hero, and Bob the comet. It is a good book, along with the rest of its series.
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