Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Review to come soon: The storyline images are beautifully and sensitively drawn in order to clarify the information in the text. The more they see each other over the summer, the more Guy changes Dominique's preconceptions about casual sex and committed relationships. Friends can change, your parents might seem a little boring, and, man oh man, that freedom you so loved at school may not come as easily. How did you manage to get into seriously emotional situations? Unti This book is, of course, a sequel to the first book in the Anatomy series and is one that I wish I had read before I had my heart broken for the first time or went away to college.
She started to realize what constitutes a real relationship and I loved the fact that she had expectations and respect for herself.
Anatomy of a Single Girl
We got to see a more vulnerable side of Amy and more ups and downs when it came to the two of them which was great because friendships are filled with ups and downs. Not only did I really enjoy it, but I can definitely say I would reread it. But this one continues off with the main character Dominiques life but instead of highshool this time is during her college career summer. We get to see a very different side of our MC, Dom and we also get to revisit some of our favorite relationships from the first. You can tell they also keep great touch despite going to different colleges, miles and miles away from each other. I remember reading it quickly and enjoying it, and I remember liking how realistic it was in its portrayal of teenagers and sex.