The ocean, October, outdoors, orange. All O's that sneaky damn letter. I need the O. Crave the O, even dream about the bastard.
My name is Olivia and this is my virgin diary. Yep, at the ripe age of 24 I'm single and O-less. And to top it all off, with a shiny cherry, I'm a first grade teacher. Not much hope meeting Prince Charming in my workplace. I live with my hyper Yorkie and wild imagination. And I despise the letter O.
Follow Olivia Olander in her wild and hysterical journey as she hunts down the elusive O. She may hate the obscure O now, but Officer Oren O'Brien hasn't lit up her world.
Will Olivia ever learn to love the O or be cursed with its lingering presence the rest of her life?
©2016 HJ Bellus (P)2016 HJ Bellus
I loved this book! so much fun! HJ Bellus had me literally laughing out loud through much of this book. I loved all the characters and the narrator did an amazing job! I look forward to Scouts story!
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Olivia Olander is one heck of a funny, sweet girl. But she is so much more than that when her and Scout her bestie get together they are hilarious. I was laughing or snorting through this book. What a great up lifting book to listen to.
You got to feel for the girl she hate the letter O and she can’t find her O. But in a roundabout way she does. Growing up with her dad to guild her after her mother’s passing girly things were not his forte to say the least.
“I love you dad even if I inherited all your awkward genes.” -Oliva
When she meets good looking cop man Oren O'Brien its funny and sweet.
He brings out her inner scaredy-cat who is afraid to feel and she bring him out of his self-imposed shell.
“Close your eyes and jump with me.” – Oren
“I have to fix myself before I can move on.” - Olivia
I loved the dynamic. This book is funny and witty. Over all great read once I will read again just for the light heartedness of it all.
Things I will not soon forget, Cherry Pie, Elbows, Bears, Cops, and Handcuffs.
I would actually give this book more a 3.5 then just a three. This is a quick but enjoyable read. It was full of funny moments and an entertaining storyline. Olivia had some moments where her age and inexperience come across as immaturity. The same could be said for her best friend Scout. But the book was still fun to read. Oren, the leading man, was presented as a good guy and very caring and attentive and patient where Olivia was concerned. I look forward to reading the next book in the series and seeing what else this author has written. I didn't love the narrator for this story as I think her voice is some of what contributed to the immaturity thoughts for me. However it was still a story that could be enjoyed despite those occasional moments of immaturity. I would certainly recommend this story, especially to anyone who has yet to give this author a try.
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