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All Shannon Black truly wanted was to be loved! Oh, and an abundance of seriously hot sex. What a pity she was utterly clueless – it was virgin on the ridiculous.
In a quest to find the love of her life (or even just a boyfriend) she fumbles her way through her torturous first encounters as a sexual adolescent. From her very first kiss (with a side order of tongues) and many disastrous love-making attempts, Shannon is desperate to finally shed her virginal status and to learn first-hand all about the world of sex and love. But will she find the happily ever after that combines the two?
Diary of an Ageing Sexual Adolescent is the first book in a brand new contemporary romantic comedy series by Angelina Kennedy. It’s funny, embarrassing and nostalgic, yet at times – truly heart-breaking.

“Once you start reading this, you won’t be able to put it down! I was just so
engrossed in what comes next. I was a teen in the 90s and so much of  this story could have been mine. Or any teen full stop, of just about any era. The 90s references just made it that bit extra special.
Brilliant. Can’t wait for part 2!” – Kylie1978

Get the first four chapters free!

All Shannon Black truly wanted was to be loved! Oh, and an abundance of seriously hot sex. What a pity she was utterly clueless – it was virgin on the ridiculous.
In a quest to find the love of her life (or even just a boyfriend) she fumbles her way through her torturous first encounters as a sexual adolescent. From her very first kiss (with a side order of tongues) and many disastrous love-making attempts, Shannon is desperate to finally shed her virginal status and to learn first-hand all about the world of sex and love. But will she find the happily ever after that combines the two?
Diary of an Ageing Sexual Adolescent is the first book in a brand new contemporary romantic comedy series by Angelina Kennedy. It’s funny, embarrassing and nostalgic, yet at times – truly heart-breaking.

“Once you start reading this, you won’t be able to put it down! I was just so
engrossed in what comes next. I was a teen in the 90s and so much of  this story could have been mine. Or any teen full stop, of just about any era. The 90s references just made it that bit extra special.
Brilliant. Can’t wait for part 2!” – Kylie1978

About

Angelina Kennedy is a British writer who begins her professional novel writing career with this comedic coming of age novel of which is part of a four-book series ‘The harsh and brutal truth of …’
Following completing a degree in English Language and Literature in the early noughties, Angelina took the path to become a secondary school English teacher. But in a desperate attempt to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a writer, she began her writing endeavours after penning a parenting blog to provide amusement for other parents. Her blog ‘Diary of a Mental Mother’ gave her the platform to bring this series to the masses.
She is a keen writer of many genres and formats including screenplays, poetry, drama, fiction as well as articles and musings.

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