When Dylan Kowolski agrees to create a display for her high school library, she has no idea of the trouble it's going to cause -- for the school principal, her family, her boyfriend Cam and his jock friends, and her best friend Jocelyn. And for Dylan herself. If only her English class had been studying a normal, run-of-the-mill, mundane book like Lord of the Flies instead of Foxfire things wouldn't have gotten so twisted. Then the world wouldn't have gone into such a massive funk. And then Dylan wouldn't have had to face her deepest fear and the way she was letting it run her life. Hello, Groin presents a compelling, realistic and refreshing look at teen sexuality and one girl's struggle to make the difficult choices that face her.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - francescadefreitas - LibraryThing
This is a lovely coming of age/coming out story. Dylan seems happy hanging out with her beautiful best friend and her considerate boyfriend - but all is not as it appears - Dylan is attracted to her ... Read full review
Review: Hello, GroinUser Review - Katrina - Goodreads
I liked how real the story can relate to real teenagers and to see how the she tries to ignore her feelings. I feel that this book can catch all readers but it is special to girls who are questioning or already out. Read full review