Lottie Biggs is (Not) Desperate (Google eBook)

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Pan Macmillan, May 7, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction
2 Reviews

Lottie Biggs is recovering from her mental disorder of a reasonably significant nature with the help of her counsellor, who rather helpfully looks like Johnny Depp. Things are looking up - her hair is an excellent shade of black, she has a Saturday job in a hairdresser and Gareth Stingecombe and his manly thighs are still the love of her life. When Gareth undoes his trousers to show Lottie a fetching bruise on one of the aforementioned thighs, she comes to the realisation that, unlike everyone else she knows, she is A TOTAL UTTER VIRGIN. But how can she get any sort of experience when her boyfriend is doggedly, stubbornly and infuriatingly determined to preserve his energies for the rugby field?

The wit of Louise Rennison with the depth of Jacqueline Wilson.

  

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Review: Lottie Biggs is (Not) Desperate (Lottie Biggs #2)

User Review  - Michelle (Fluttering Butterflies) - Goodreads

I seriously love this series and also Hayley Long for creating such a wonderful character as Lottie Biggs. Lottie Biggs Is (Not) Desperate is even more funny than the previous book. I absolutely ... Read full review

Review: Lottie Biggs is (Not) Desperate (Lottie Biggs #2)

User Review  - Jenny / Wondrous Reads - Goodreads

This is the second book in the Lottie Biggs series, and is my favourite of the two. Gone are the serious issues I wasn't keen on in the first book, and in their place is a virginity dilemma, a new job ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
5
Section 3
21
Section 4
37
Section 5
44
Section 6
113
Section 7
123
Section 8
152
Section 9
175
Section 10
190
Section 11
223
Section 12
233
Section 13
251
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About the author (2010)

Author Hayley Long lives in Norwich with her husband and a rabbit called Irma. Some of the time she is an English teacher, and the rest of the time she writes seriously funny stories like this one. And she definitely isn't desperate.

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