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The Last Male Virgin

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  • Title: The Last Male Virgin
  • Author: Katherine Deauxville
  • ISBN: 9780505524973
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Book

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The Last Male Virgin

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  1. There are a lot of firsts happening in this book, and not just with sex.Meet Leslie, a strong woman working a book tour for her family s foundation She knows that Dr Peter Havistock is impressive He survived a plane crash that took his parents lives and spent fourteen years living with a Stone Age tribe in Papua New Guinea and has now written a best selling book about it.This is the first time that Leslie has worked a book tour that causes college students to scream and go crazy, women to stalk [...]


  2. The Last Male Virgin by Katherine DeauxvilleThis like this story.The description of the book I am listing below is from the back jacket of the book I m adding it because I believe the one on the page does not depict this story THE FIRST TIMEIt had never happened before, but the man was than Leslie could handle She d expected a great deal of publicity for Dr Peter Havistock heck, the hunk had survived a plane crash, spent nearly fourteen years living with a Stone Age tribe in the wilds of Papua [...]


  3. Dr Peter Havistock s parents were killed in an airplane crash in Papua, New Guinea when he was 14 He s taken in by the local stone age, undiscovered tribe and raised until he became their main chief At 21, he leaves, makes contact with a town and somehow ears a Ph.D, long distance, in anthropology Now he s on a U.S book tour sponsored by the Wimberly Foundation with Leslie W as his babysitter, and it s all going wrong Peter has been stripping down to the Antorok equivalent of a g string in his l [...]


  4. The title is provocative, the story line and blurb are very promising, but the book ended up only so so.Peter is cute, earnest, and funny, but he seemed a bit one dimensional in his pursuit of Leslie Katherine Deauxville didn t reveal much of his personality I could not for the life of me figure out why he was so head over heels for Leslie, who seemed pretty uptight and lacked character and vivacity.Overall, there were a handful of drop dead funny scenes, but pages of drawn out prose and descrip [...]


  5. As others have said, the premise and the synopsis on the back promised a delightful romp It lied The Hted like George of the Jungle, but he s a professor The h was a stick, and not a very likable stick at that And then there was the reveal at the end that things were t quite as primitive as he d claimed Uh Huh And what else did you mislead people about Mr I finished it, and took it back to the UBS ASAP.


  6. The cover and title got my attention and attracted me to this book Unfortunately, I really hated it What could have been a cute and humorous story was just boring and not at all funny I struggled to not skim pages at a time The characters were unbelievable and annoying.I do not recommend this book.


  7. Entertaining fluff Great for the plane ride, and sitting on the beach Passed it along to a young Mexican waiter who was looking for light fiction to read to improve his language skills Since it was relatively sexless, I had no qualms to pass along.


  8. Nothing mush to redeem this Bored me to tears.And I normally LIKE Katherine Deauxville s writing Maybe I was just in the wrong frame of mind



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