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message 1: by Danica (new)

Danica I was wondering about this book & the original one about the changes. I know this one says more sexual content & all that.

I am 24 years old but I have a younger sis (12) who borrows my books all the time so I was just wondering if I should buy the original version so my sis can borrow it (she's only into the kissing parts not sex stuff yet even tho she read a book with sex in it she acted very grown up & just said I'm not gonna talk about it when my mom asked about the book since she had a look on her face lol, I just wish I was there to have seen it!).

But if they both have sex parts & intimate stuff then kissing in them both then, I'll get the Ember X version then (for me).

Thanks so much if you can MSG me back I'd really appreciate the help.


message 2: by Kristin (new)

Kristin Campbell Danica wrote: "I was wondering about this book & the original one about the changes. I know this one says more sexual content & all that.

I am 24 years old but I have a younger sis (12) who borrows my books all..."

It's not hardcore erotic, but there is graphic sex scenes and derogatory words. Myself, I started reading books like this when I was 9-10, but that's just me. I don't know what to say. I don't want to tell you, "Yeah, let her read it." At the same time, it's not 50 shades erotic. Really, the only difference between the two books is the sex. The story is exactly the same. The characters are just older; in college instead of high school like the YA novel.


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