Charm is the key to the world.
Charisma, magnetism, sex appeal—that ‘it’ factor that can’t be described.
Nolan Delany has it is spades.
The infamous Mr. Romantic.
And maybe he is out of my league… But I’m going to give it the old college try anyway. Because I didn’t travel two thousand miles for a job interview at his request just to be put out like trash.
Don’t underestimate me, Mr. Delaney.
I’m really not as innocent as I look.
First off let me say I almost didn’t read this book. My sons name is Nolan, and I just couldn’t see myself reading a dirty JA Huss book without seeing my sons face in my head. However, like all the other books, I had to read it. I’m lucky that Nolan’s name isn’t said that much, especially during sex, so I was able to enjoy the book.
Mr. Romantic is a much darker book than Mr. Perfect. We get some new pieces of information on the story arc that will be happening over these five books. We also have some cameos from some of our favorite characters from Julie’s other books. Yay!
Yes, the story has a fantasy rape scene. It is dual consent. If this bothers you, don’t read the book. However, I feel like the scene is important because of what happened in Nolan’s past. There is a lot of conversation before it happens between both parties, so there is no way it happens without consent.
Again, we have the main story between the two main characters, but we also have this mystery overall story arc. With even more hints from Julie, I don’t know if I’m more excited about the series story, or each individual story because that huge storyline is always so good. So good.