The Last Virgin in Texas
By: Jennifer Woodhull
Her first time. Their second chance.
When Hollywood heartthrob Tucker returns to their hometown, can Gretchen resist her first love?
I did the right thing. I waited. I wanted it to be special.
He was my first love. Our first time was going to be everything I had dreamed it would be.
And it was…until we were interrupted.
When our magical night turned into an awkward nightmare, little did I know it would be the last time I saw him. He bailed. Walked away. Leaving me alone with the shattered pieces of my broken heart.
But that was then. This is now.
He’s back. A megasuperstar. A Hollywood heartthrob with a desperate fan base of sexy women that won’t leave him alone.
But he wants me. Still. After all these years.
I can’t possibly cave to my feelings, desires, and my hopeful heart.
He broke it once. He’ll do it again.
We waited. It felt like forever, but I didn’t care. I would’ve done anything for her.
But I screwed up. When it all went south, I fled, leaving her, alone. Broken hearted.
And she wasn’t the only one.
But that was then. This is now.
I may be an actor, but none of this is for show. I want her, and only her.
I’ll do whatever it takes.
She may be the last virgin in Texas, but to me, she’s so much more.
I want her in my arms, and in my heart. Forever.
This time, I’m not giving up.
Bookish Tip: Hide your coffee mugs or they may get thrown.
Special thanks to Jennifer Woodhull for an advance copy in exchange for an honest review.
The Last Virgin in Texas by Jennifer Woodhull is a super cute, highly dramatic second chance romance in a small Texas with steamy scenes that will make you blush.
Gretchen and Tucker are beautiful together. They have an undeniable connection that cannot be broken. However, they both suck at communicating with each other and it causes A LOT of drama.
I love Gretchen. She is such a strong female. She knows what she wants. She works hard. And she does not let Tucker back into her good graces easily. Also, she holds onto her virgin status with conviction. She doesn’t want to rush even though she gets a ton of pressure from society to break her virgin status. And well, I just think more girls should be like her.
One note I want readers to know. The story begins when Gretchen and Tucker are in high school. Their maturity levels and dialogue comes across a little rough. At first, I was thrown for a loop because this is not Jennifer’s normal writing style. I tell you this so you do not let that deter you from continuing with the book. After their magical night that turned disastrous, there is a time jump. The time jump provides for a dialogue that is much more pleasant and much more Jennifer.
Lastly, Bravo to you, Jennifer Woodhull. Gretchen and Tucker’s reuniting scene was just so emotional and raw that I couldn’t stop swooning. It was my favorite part of the book.
The Last Virgin in Texas is a second chance romance at its finest. Fans of this sub-genre of romance will not be disappointed.
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