Nothing prepares us for puberty or being teens. Sometime between the ages of ten and twelve most of us begin to exhibit the characteristics of puberty. They come at us like a storm at sea; sudden and unwelcome. No one is really equipped to deal with those changes and everyone does so in their own way. Now many years out of my own puberty, I still have trouble believing all that me and my friends experienced during that time and how we dealt with it all. The lessons learned and observations made are timeless and can easily be applied to every teenager today.
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I have told my own story of preteen and teenage sexual exploration and those of some of my friends in my ‘Misplaced’ series of books and add to it a bit in this work. This book is primarily about a couple of close friends of mine who I will call Luke and Lynn. Luke and I met as a result of our mothers working together as nurses when we were both quite young and have kept out friendship up through the present. Lynn and I met by accident. She became a friend of mine and much more.
As with my own experiences, I felt that it was important to share these tidbits from the lives of Luke and Lynn with teens, parents, teachers and all interested parties. These stories run deeper than just how some kids dealt with the sudden affect of raging teenage hormones; they explore the way that both sexes deal with puberty and beyond based on their backgrounds and personal living situations. Be advised that this is a very sexually explicit book. It has to be in order to teach the lessons learned. However, I have done my best to avoid profanity and vulgarity. Descriptions of situations involving sex are accomplished in the most tasteful way possible.
Everything in this book is true and so are the people you will read about. I did change the names to protect people’s privacy and some individuals who have no real relevance to the story have been left out to avoid easy identification by their relatives and friends. The locations are the actual places where everything all took place. I have simply removed some area specifics because I am certain that most of the people who are a part of my book would not want to be too easily recognized given the way they behaved when they were younger. Luke and I are less concerned with such matters and hope that readers will learn from our failures and successes.