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Educating Gina

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Love may be the international language, but sex is more fun to learn...

Sure, Gina Ferraro grew up in sheltered convent schools in her native Tuscany, but that doesn't mean she doesn't know a thing or two about men. After all, she's seen Sex and the City! So when she arrives in New York to visit relatives, Gina knows what she's after—a gorgeous guy willing to help further

Paperback, 251 pages
Published April 1st 2002 by Harlequin Books (first published 2002)
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Jul 05, 2007 Misty rated it it was amazing
I totally LOVE the Harlequin Blaze books. I've read so many of these books that I can't keep track of the titles and authors. If you like HOT romance, then these are the books to check out. These books are usually great light reading. Be prepared for details though, because these aren't your average romance novels. Educating Gina is one of my favorites.
Oct 05, 2013 Lyndi rated it did not like it
Sooo... I read 67 pages. Maybe 1/3 of the way through. That was like, 50 pages of Gina acting like an 11 year old. The child-like qualities that are supposed to come across as naivete, innocence, and what would result from a sheltered, stifled, Catholic upbringing were just immaturity and cluelessness (it's a word now, people). For me, it's way too child-like for this whole romance to be considered anything other than borderline pedophilia.
Jim son of Jim (formerly PhotoJim)
Terrible plot. Best friends with the owner's son and working for the family business since he was a teenager, the owner is supposed to suddenly believe that our hero is gay so he can chaperone his niece who is visiting from Italy. Of course shy and backward niece who was raised in a convent really wants to lose her virginity and become a woman of the world. Did I mention terrible plot?
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