Losing It: A Collection of V Cards
22 Bestselling YA authors reveal what went on behind the curtain in your favorite YA novels! From paranormal to contemporary, this collection features over 200 pages of ALL NEW CONTENT full of deleted scenes, extended endings, and more from the young adult series’ you love.
In this YA/NA crossover collection, all of your favorite heroines are cashing in their VCards! YA just got steamy, sexy, and not afraid to go all the way!
Due to the graphic nature of some content, this collection is recommended strictly for mature readers.
Stories include excerpts and extended material—ALL NEW CONTENT—featuring the following YA novels & authors:
The Grimoire Saga by SM Boyce
The Death Series by Tamara Rose Blodgett
Penny Black Trilogy by Stacey Wallace Benefiel
Dirty Blood series by Heather Hildenbrand
The Mythology Series by Helen Boswell
Stories About Melissa Series by Bethany Lopez
Keegan’s Chronicles by Julia Crane
The Tate Chronicles by K.A. Last
Fragile Creatures by Kristina Circelli
The Spellbound Trilogy by Nikki Jefford
Judgement of the Six Series by Melissa Haag
A Dark Faerie Tale Series by Alexia Purdy
The Double Threat Series by Julie Prestsater
The Elsker Saga by S.T. Bende
Ovialell Series by Tish Thawer
The Runes Series by Ednah Walters
The Cornerstone Series by Misty Provencher
The Waiting Series by Ginger Scott
Forged Series by A.O. Peart
The Arotas Series by Amy Miles
Funeral Crashing Mysteries by Milda Harris
The Wolf Trilogy by M.R. Polish
Losing It is an anthology full of all the sexy times that, for obvious reasons, weren’t included in the original YA and NA books from which they come. These stories are sweet and sexy and come from several different genres, including paranormal romance, contemporary romance, etc.
One of the things I enjoyed about Losing It is that not all of the stories are the perfect picture of romance. There are awkward moments just as in any real life “first time” experience. The humor and awkward moments make the stories feel more realistic than the stories that are more perfect romance based. I think most women can relate to stories of imperfect, if not somewhat embarrassing, experiences when it comes to not only the first time of having sex, but the subsequent encounters after that first time.
Losing It was a fun book to read, perfect for the time around Valentine’s day and anytime one is looking for something easy and light to read. Getting extra scenes from so many of the books we love is always a good thing and gives the reader new perspective into their favorite characters lives.
I recommend Losing it to anyone looking for something to sweet and romantic to read.