After coming from a series of 1-star rated books (IMO), I am beyond extremely happy to have chosen to read this “Mister O.” Reasons why:
1. It’s funny. One of the LOL scenes I loved here was when Nick Hammer was having an internal monologue about his competition for Harper Holiday’s love. Nick thought to himself, “Nope, I don’t want to swap out his deodorant for cream cheese.” You HAVE to read it to understand why I snorted in laughter at this scene.
2. Lauren Blakely’s story is like meringue. It’s light, airy, easy to read, fun, but can be “whipped stiff” at times with those hot sexy scenes thrown in for great measure. There’s no angst. No tattooed asshole of a bad boy, no girl with a troubled abused past, no unnecessary drama, and definitely, no roll-of-the-eyes moments.
3. love that this was written from Nick Hammer’s POV. It’s a refreshing change. Quite different from the last 4 romance heroes I’ve read, Nick is a laid-back kind of dude. Sure, he’s got tattoos, but his favorite one is of Hobbes from Calvin and Hobbes. If Nick Hammer is NOT your next book boyfriend, too, I think there’s something seriously wrong with you.
Can’t think of a single thing why anyone would hate on this. I LOVE IT. More, please, Lauren Blakely. More. Oh, and, brava!