Beginners' Love

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Beginners' Love

Beginners Love A frank contemporary novel about a young couple experiencing love and sexual awakening for the first time With candor and grace BEGINNERS LOVE explores the excitement and joy of a new relationship a

  • Title: Beginners' Love
  • Author: Norma Klein
  • ISBN: 9780449702376
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • A frank, contemporary novel about a young couple experiencing love and sexual awakening for the first time With candor and grace, BEGINNERS LOVE explores the excitement and joy of a new relationship as well as the problems that can arise when two people are old enough for passion but too young to deal with its complications.

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      Published :2019-09-17T14:01:53+00:00

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    1. Sarah Hanratty on said:

      I am so lucky my Dad never figured out this book is pretty much teenage pornography. i was 11 or 12 when i first read it and looking back, i would be horrified to know my preteen daughter was reading this. its fine for adults, but not for children.

    2. Chandra on said:

      I read this a lot earlier than I should have. It was educational, for sure.

    3. Hazel on said:

      I found this in a pile of old books from my childhood. I vaguely remembered the story (it was over 30 years ago I read it)! I was quite shocked that I was able to read this around the age of 13, I guess my parents had no idea of the subject matter. It was funny as a mature adult to read about the first love of two teenagers and the drama that goes with that. I can only imagine that I lapped up every word of this book as I was never actually given "the talk" by my parents so I learned a lot from [...]

    4. Angelina on said:

      I tend to have a problem when Klein uses a male voice. I find them overly accommodating and sometimes a little too--I don't know--not authentic.This was actually a decent stab at at getting the voice right. Definitely much better than Angelface.I loved how the relationship between Joel and Leda developed though I find the climax of the book (heh) and the resolution a total drag both in terms of its clunky prose and also just the situation.

    5. Nikki Boisture on said:

      I re-read this one for the blog and I'm so glad I did. This was my favorite Norma Klein book while I was growing up and I remember why. Even though it had a LOT of similarities to all her other books, the protagonists in this one seemed more believable than in the others. Such a great book about first love. I would honestly rank it right up there with Judy Blume's Forever.

    6. Elizabeth on said:

      I read this back in high school. My parents totally should have payed more attention to my reading material. This book is full of very graphic sex. Especially since it's for the YA audience. Just a warning.

    7. Heather on said:

      this was my first introduction to "erotic" style books. i was still a virgin and it told me what to look forward to. have to say at the time it seemed steamy but looking back now. its nothing compared to what I've read and done

    8. Morgan Valentine on said:

      It's nice to read a romance novel where the characters' lives won't end if they are apart.

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