who shares her story of attempts to have her deflowered with the aid of her partner-in-crime friend Lara. Lara helps Ellie find suitable men for the mission at hand until a disagreement between them causes Ellie and Lara to depart and go their separate ways.
Ellie embarks on several adventures with the opposite sex to speed up the process of becoming a non-virgin to no avail. Ellie learns the proper procedures of kissing, foreplay, and describes in length different ways she masturbates to recognize an orgasm when the big day happens. In addition, Ellie starts a ‘VLOG’ that is strictly dedicated to everything ‘vagina’ including the inner and outer workings of this special place on a woman’s body. Ellie is determined in losing her virginity before becoming an old lady and willing to do almost anything to get that accomplished. You know, it is okay to be a virgin, or is it?
Virgin is definitely not for the faint at heart with its direct and straightforward storyline of an adult woman virgin. Radhika Sanghani has written a most believable story with plenty of humor, wit, and stirring emotion that will have you turning page after page until finished. I recommend to all readers of any genre, women and men alike, to share in Ellie’s deflowering adventure.
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