Bi Girls Do It Solo

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Bi Girls Do It Solo

Bi Girls Do It Solo Hi I m asexual How about you Nerdy college freshman Sy is used to acing every assignment and reading every book from front to back Her latest buy is supposed to be an enjoyable read all theory Her ey

  • Title: Bi Girls Do It Solo
  • Author: Jacintha Topaz
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Hi, I m asexual How about you Nerdy college freshman Sy is used to acing every assignment and reading every book from front to back Her latest buy is supposed to be an enjoyable read all theory Her eyes widen at the first hands on exercise, just when her roommate Gen busts inside Bi Girls Do it Solo is a Bisexual Female New Adult Romance serial written by Jacintha TopHi, I m asexual How about you Nerdy college freshman Sy is used to acing every assignment and reading every book from front to back Her latest buy is supposed to be an enjoyable read all theory Her eyes widen at the first hands on exercise, just when her roommate Gen busts inside Bi Girls Do it Solo is a Bisexual Female New Adult Romance serial written by Jacintha Topaz.

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    1. Montgomery Mahaffey on said:

      Jacintha Topaz does great work of slipping into the mind of a young Asian-American girl, Sy, during her first year at college. Sy believes she's asexual, until she starts learning about the sexual organ she was born with. Then she's into a frenzy of experimentation, ultimately finding that the pleasure she thought she wouldn't find is right at the tip of her fingers, literally. The writing is analogous to a fledgling college student's diary -- it's monologous, and so much of the story is without [...]

    2. Kat Crimson on said:

      I know they tell you not to judge a book by it's cover, but a good cover should be an accurate reflection of what you'll find inside; I was definitely expecting heat, judging from the racy cover, but there really wasn't any. Instead, I was surprised to find a well written, well thought out map of one girl's sexual awakening and education. I could easily see this being helpful for someone a little younger and a lot more confused. This work is very short though, and there is not a whole lot in the [...]

    3. Muffy Wilson on said:

      Bravo, to a new and wonderful first installment!It has been so long since I had my "Coming of Age" but I do remember it was not unlike Sy's in that it was directly tethered to freedom: freedom to choose, come and go, freedom to do, and see, and read and explore--all the things we are supposed to do in our first year of college. This story brought about fond memories of those days for me so I identified quite readily with Sy and Gen. This is a quick, charming read, perfect for first semester and [...]

    4. Robin Peacock on said:

      Bi Girls do it Solo.Jacintha TopazThis short story, thirty four pages on my reader, recounts the first ‘real’ orgasmic experience of a young Korean college student. Told in a jocular, matter-of-fact style, the book leads the reader through a very detailed description of the female anatomy, and I mean detailed; intimately detailed. Self-exploration in the writer’s eye takes on the mantle of an art form, close-up imagery, described as akin to Georgia O’Keefe’s art work, lay bare the secr [...]

    5. Erik Rivenes on said:

      "Bi Girls Do It Solo" is not my typical type of reading fare. However Jacintha Topaz has a marvelous way with words, and it made the work mostly a pleasure to breeze through.I say breeze, because this is not a novel, by any means. It is instead a short story, and a story about a young woman’s sexual awakening. She moves through the story in a self-identity crisis, not only about her sexuality, but about her place with her family and the world at large. Topaz has a great mastery of voice. The m [...]

    6. Mark McKay on said:

      Hits the spotThe G-Spot, that is. And the A-Spot. Here we have a short story detailing a young woman’s struggle with her perceived asexuality. She attends a workshop and buys a book, containing various exercises.The upshot of all this is that she isn’t asexual, after all. Putting the exercises into action, she learns about vaginal anatomy in great detail. Then she succeeds in surprising herself with how much pleasure she can experience with this new knowledge. She goes for it. Apart from the [...]

    7. Ashley on said:

      I received this book from LibraryThing in exchange for an honest review.I have no idea what I expected when I started to read it but now I know that I am not ready to read the next book or any book like it. It was not my kind of book so therefore I am not rating it to bring the ratings down.

    8. Deborah McClatchey on said:

      I loved it! Quite entertaining as two young women "coming of age", discover their sexuality in a variety of ways. It's sexy, intimate, and well written. I would highly recommend for your e-library. 5 stars for author Jacintha Topaz. Looking forward to reading more of her work.

    9. Eddie on said:

      Sy is a young, captivating heroine who doesn’t have it all together yet, but she's determined to figure things out. A brisk, sexy coming of age story that packs a punch. Well done!

    10. Clarissa Neiderman on said:

      I won this book from Librarything. It was an okay story.

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