Rated 2.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Salcha Crane is like any average teenage girl until her obsession with ballsacks changes her life forever. When she finds herself falling in love with a boy which, rumors say, has no ballsack at all, will she be able to put her obsession aside? Does he truly have no ballsack?

This paranormal romance parody uses immature humor to tell a story about acceptance and love.

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Language: English

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Review by: rhonda laney on May 30, 2011 :
I read half way and stopped. its subject matter is too much. teen girl dreaming of ballsacks everywhere. sneaking in boys gym, bathrooms. mom and boyfriend doing supposedly amish lifestyle. smoking weed,milking a dog. she sent to different school because she to busy daydreaming about seeing ballsacks. just too much for me. its short but still had no desire to finsh the story. I was given the ebook in exchange of review
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Lisa on May 07, 2011 :
This was a fairly bawdy and humorous take on the type of young adult romances that are so popular today. Initially, I thought I was going to hate it. You can only read the word "ballsack" so many times before you begin to get bothered by it. There were laugh out loud moments, and then times where it felt like that story had lost it's way. The writer certainly has a lot of talent, and a good sense of the absurd. I just felt like if it had a little more clean writing it could have really skewered the genre. Instead, it merely prodded at it and got in a few good jabs.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Martens Girl on May 06, 2011 : (no rating)
As described, this story is written through the eyes of an immature teen, one obsessed with 'ballsacks'. When I began reading, the constant use of the word 'ballsack' became a little tiresome. After I'd overcame this obstacle, I settled in to read the story. The girl's attempts to steal a glimpse of some nude males was faintly amusing, but the ending is farcical and rushed.

This story may amuse an immature teen, but this story did not titillate me.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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