Gimme Everything You Got

Gimme Everything You Got Review

A feminist, sex-positive, and hilarious rom-com about a girl in 1970s Chicago trying everything she can to score—on and off the soccer field.

It’s 1979—the age of roller skates and feathered bangs, of Charlie’s Angels and Saturday Night Fever—and Susan Klintock is a junior in high school with a lot of sexual fantasies…but not a lot of sexual experience. No boy, at least none she knows, has ever been worth taking a shot on.

That is, until Bobby McMann arrives.

Bobby is foxy, he’s charming—and he’s also the coach of the brand-new girls’ soccer team at school and totally, 100 percent, completely off limits. But Susan decides she’s going to try out for the team to get close to him anyway. And over the course of an eventful season, she discovers that what she wants might not be what she first expected when Bobby McMann walked in the door—and that figuring out who she is means taking risks, both on and off the pitch.

Author Iva-Marie Palmer returns with a fresh, funny, feminist coming-of-age novel about learning to take a shot at the things that truly matter.

Title:Gimme Everything You Got
Edition Language:English

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  • Nenia ?? Queen of Villainy ?? Campbell

    You either die a contemporary or live long enough to see yourself become the historical fiction....

  • Lauren

    Oh my god, I totally loved this book! It’s literally the book I needed as teen. It has the unrequited crushes, the raunchy daydreams, the awkward sexual encounters, and really strong cast of female ...

  • Mary McCoy

    An irreverent, hilarious, raunchy, fearless feminist manifesto. I loved every second of it....

  • Sammi

    AGH! One of my favourite read of 2020!!!! Full review to come. ...

  • Thindbooks

    *This book was given to me by the publisher to give an honest review in return*I enjoyed this 1970s, feminist, rom-com novel. It's about a girl named Susan who joins her school's soccer team because o...

  • Lisa

    The sporty feminist 70s romp you didn’t know you needed! I loved this book’s take on a historical setting - it offered strong female perspectives naturally that were era-appropriate. Plus, this is...

  • Kate O'Malley

    This book was delicious. I positively loved it. I was laughing out loud by page 2. I also did some crying, I’ll admit. Susan is the best kind of MC. So flawed and yet so likable with so many cringey...

  • Stephanie Brown

    I loved this book. It reminded me of Are you there god, it’s me Margret by Judy Blume. Then it had all of these references to the70s which I loved. I was born in 1975 so it is very nostalgic. When t...

  • Morgan- Nothing Better Than a Book

    DNF @25% for now. Might come back to it later. It's very sexual, and I feel like it's going to end up being just a girl empowerment book about girl sports becoming a thing. While there's nothing wrong...

  • Kelly

    This book starts out sort of like Porky's with female leads and ends up being something more. Not my normal genre, but I thought it was a great, feminist coming-of-age story....