Mister O Review

May 2, 2016 Reviews 0 ★★★★★

Mister O ReviewMister O by Lauren Blakely
Published by Lauren Blakely Books on May 2nd 2016
Source: Purchased
Also by this author: The Sapphire Affair (Jewel, #1), Well Hung, The Sexy One, The Hot One
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From the NYT Bestselling author of BIG ROCK, comes a hot and hilarious new standalone...
Just call me Mister O. Because YOUR pleasure is my super power.
Making a woman feel ‘oh-god-that’s-good’ is the name of the game, and if a man can’t get the job done, he should get the hell out of the bedroom. I’m talking toe-curling, mind-blowing, sheet-grabbing ecstasy. Like I provide every time.
I suppose that makes me a superhero of pleasure, and my mission is to always deliver.
But then I'm thrown for a loop when a certain woman asks me to teach her everything about how to win a man. The only problem? She's my best friend's sister, but she's far too tempting to resist--especially when I learn that sweet, sexy Harper, has a dirty mind too and wants to put it to good use. What could possibly go wrong as I give the woman I've secretly wanted some no-strings-attached lessons in seduction?
No one will know, even if we send a few dirty sexts. Okay, a few hundred. Or if the zipper on her dress gets stuck. Not on that! Or if she gives me those f*&k-me-eyes on the train in front of her whole family.
The trouble is the more nights I spend with her in bed, the more days I want to spend with her out of bed. And for the first time ever, I'm not only thinking about how to make a woman cry out in pleasure --I'm thinking about how to keep her in my arms for a long time to come.
Looks like the real Adventures of Mister Orgasm have only just begun....**MISTER O is a standalone romantic comedy and it follows supporting characters first introduced in BIG ROCK**

I’ve been waiting to read this one since I read Big Rock a few months back. This book was even more impressive than I was expecting it to be. Lauren Blakely is an amazing author and I will read anything that she publishes. However, I have to say that this is definitely her personal best book to date, in my opinion. I was beyond surprised by how this author managed to masterfully pull off writing from the male’s perspective a second consecutive book in a row. She gets inside the heads of these complicated and lovable guys in such a real and funny way. It’s safe to say that Master O only made me love Blakely’s works even more. She’s definitely on my auto-buy author list now.

 This was one of the best books that I’ve read in a long time! The plot isn’t anything all that different. The main character falls in love with his best friend’s little sister. My favorite part though was the plot about the little sister asking him to teach her how to be good with guys. This isn’t all that unique either, but it’s still entertaining and something that I personally found enjoyable to read about. The plot also deals with Nick’s job and basically him trying to figure out the things in life that are most important to him. So it’s not anything overly complicated, but it works, and that’s what really counts to me. 

Nick is a fabulous main character and I loved being inside his head. I feel like a lot of contemporary romance novels are either from the female’s POV or are dual POV’s. I enjoy both of those narration styles, but I also feel like we get to know the male character on a whole new level. I loved how creative Nick is. He draws inspiration for his cartoon from his favorite muse – women, pleasuring them, to get more specific. Nick is a little on the nerdy side and girls didn’t really notice him. Now his little cartoon has grown into this huge dirty adult cartoon about a superhero that gives women orgasms. This dude also happens to be a pro dirty talker. Seriously, it’s actually pretty impressive what he ends up saying to Harper at times. So yeah, he’s a really charming guy, but he’s also completely genuine at the same time. 

The object of his affection is Harper, who is a complicated and awesome character. I loved that Harper is a magician at kid’s parties. She’s also extremely shy and unable to properly communicate with guys that she likes. Immediately, I related to her because that’s exactly how I am too. In a total contrast, she’s also a total dirty talker and she ends up sending Nick some very dirty texts. She’s basically a walking contradiction, but I loved that she wasn’t a predictable heroine. 

The relationship between them is a huge reason why I was so captivated by the novel. They start out as just being friends since Nick is her brother Spencer’s best friend. However, they start hanging out more frequently and the attraction between them becomes more difficult to ignore. It was pretty slow burning, I didn’t feel like anything was rushed anyway. I’m not always a fan of any “fake relationships” but this one had a different spin that totally worked for me. 

All in all, I can’t think of anything that I didn’t like about this book. It was funny, fast paced, memorable supporting characters, and even more. I’m such a fan of Harper and Nick as a couple. They are definitely one of my favorite book couples of the year. I recommend this if you want something that fairly light on drama. I absolutely can’t wait for the next book in the series, and I also want to read the books that will be featuring some of these other supporting characters. This book was amazing and I’d read it again in a heartbeat. 

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