Review: Mister O by Lauren Blakely

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4.5 “Princess” stars!

Mister O is the second book that I have read and loved by Lauren Blakely. It was sweet, funny, sexy, and super entertaining. With low angst, this was a fun, lighthearted read that was just what I was in the mood for. Blakely does a great job at writing male POV’s and I enjoyed every bit of Nick’s. Though we are introduced to the Harper and Nick in Big Rock, Mister O can be read as a standalone.

Harper is the sister of Spencer from Big Rock. She is beautiful, sweet, and very awkward towards the opposite sex. She has no idea when guys are into her and she’s a blubbering mess when she’s interested in a guy. So asking her brother’s best friend, Nick, for dating advice may be the answer to her problems.

Nick is hot, sexy, sweet, and very giving…especially in the bedroom. He is the cartoonist of a naughty comic strip that has turned into a TV series, and he is well versed in the female body. Harper has always been off limits and he has never thought of her in a sexual way until a recent encounter that led to slight touching changed the way Nick looks at Harper. Since then he can’t get her out of his mind but he knows he can’t go there. So he pushes the feelings that have started developing down and agrees to help her.

“Princess Clueless, you’re about to get an education in all the things you’re oblivious to.”

Nick tries to ignore the desire he feels toward her with little success. Fantasies about Harper run wild though his mind every time he is with her and he seriously needs to get his lust under control when the teaching begins.

I can’t keep rappelling down the cliff face of this untamed desire for her. I’ve got to reel it back in, stuff it into a trunk, lock it up, and then toss the motherfucker to the bottom of the ocean.

Harper wants to know everything and Nick is more than happy to teach her. To avoid the complications with Spencer finding out about their agreement, they take advantage of the week they have before Spencer and Charlotte come back from their honeymoon. But what will happen when the week is up?

This book is smoking HOT! I totally felt Nick and Harper’s connection and knew that it was only time before they combusted. The sexual tension is off the charts and from the steamy fantasies to the hot text messages the pages were burning up!

Princess: You really do like to sample the whole menu.
Nick: I can’t think of anything better than an all-you-can-eat buffet.
Princess: But you really don’t have a preference among those?
Nick: How about I just list some of my favorite things to do?
Princess: Tell me.

Nick: Kissing. Licking. Touching. Tasting. Kissing. Feeling. Fingering. Biting. Fucking. Eating. Spanking. Kissing. Caressing. Pinching. Nibbling. Fucking. And kissing. Always kissing.

I write one more note, because I can’t help myself with her. And because I want to put this picture in her mind.
Nick: Actually, my favorite thing to do is to make a woman come so hard she loses her mind with pleasure.
My phone rattles.
Princess: That’s. So. Hot.
Nick: It feels even better.
Princess: I can only imagine.
Nick: Imagine . . .
Her reply is enough to fuel a million fantasies.
Princess: I am. Right now.
Screw fantasy. Reality rocks.

I loved Nick and Harper together and the way they talked and opened up to each other. The dialogue was well written and the interactions between them were hilarious. I could totally see everything play out just like it did in my head while laughing-out- loud.

“Does that mean I can call you Prince Come Quickly?”
I smack her ass, chuckling. “I won’t be earning that title again. Besides, you got me all worked up with those magic hands of yours.”
She makes an
abracadabra gesture.

I really loved Harper’s personality. She cracked me up the entire book. She’s this gorgeous girl who is funny and quirky but doesn’t really know it. The fact that she doesn’t see what’s right in front of her makes everything more awkward yet kept me smiling the whole way through. I loved that Harper was confident when she was with Nick. She didn’t shy away from what she wanted and she was willing to discover new things.

I adored Nick. He’s not your typical man whore that you see in a lot of the brother’s-best-friend tropes and I loved the way this theme was done. He was a quiet guy who wasn’t popular when he was younger and when he gained fame he didn’t turn into a complete asshole. He likes monogamy and doesn’t really do one-night stands and I loved that he was written that way. Getting into his head was fantastic and his thoughts were hilarious. His confidence could have made him cocky but he was so sweet and giving that I didn’t see him in a negative way at all.

I also loved the side characters. I enjoyed that we got to see into the lives of Spencer and Charlotte from Big Rock and I can’t wait to read the story of Nick’s brother, Wyatt, in Well Hung! Overall, Mister O is a fantastic, entertaining story.

 

More books by Lauren Blakely

These books technically aren’t a series, but they are inter-connected standalones with characters that link across books, so we figured we’d put them together here in order publication order so you can follow along in order if you prefer to.  But any of them could easily be read as a standalone.

 

big-rock  Mister O  Well Hung      

Big Rock (Spencer & Charlotte)
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Mister O (Nick & Harper)
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Well Hung (Wyatt & Natalie)
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Full Package (Chase & Josie)
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Joy Ride (Max & Henley)
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Hard Wood (Patrick & Mia)
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