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Reviewed by Natasha Jackson for Readers' Favorite
Twenty-year-old Jennifer Nolan is a junior in college, unlucky in love, and also a virgin. The one thing she is looking to change is her virgin status, in other words she is trying to lose her V-Card. With her 21st birthday looming around the corner, Jennifer is bound and determined to get rid of her pesky virginity before the big day. The problem is that she has never had any luck in her previous efforts to get rid of her virginity, and V-Card is the story of how this quest ends in the most unexpected place: love. Alicia Michaels did a great job with the voice of Jennifer. Her recounting of previous attempts to end her virginity were laugh out loud hilarious, and you really feel for Jennifer and hope that she gets to “become a woman” sooner rather than later.
With the help and support of four roommates, Jennifer thinks she’s finally met the man who will successfully claim her V-Card when she poses as a fake-girlfriend for one of her roommates. But Dain might just end up being a distraction while someone closer to home will do the honors. With sixty days to become a woman, Jennifer throws herself headlong into the efforts with great comedic effect. This story by Alicia Michaels is so funny and witty that it almost made me feel like a college student again. I have to say that while the ending was more than satisfying it truly was the journey with Jennifer, Dain, Luke, Chloe and the rest that made this story so compelling.