The Big O by HJ Bellus

December 21, 2018

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?


Find out in the virgin diaries.




*** 3 Star Review ***


I was looking for a book that would make me laugh. With this one, I figured, why not? 


I admit, there were a handful of scenes in this book that had me laughing out loud. There were some truly funny incidents in this book that deliver the laughs one is looking for.


Unfortunately, there are a couple of downfalls in this one. The characters are too immature for me. Some of the things they say don't fit any character. I think they were meant to create a chuckle, but instead I was left a little dumbfounded.


Although the banter in the book is entertaining from time to time, it didn't help create a connection between the characters for me. I just didn't feel much of an intimate connection with Olivia and her best friend and her dad. It just wasn't completely there.


Overall, the book is a cute read. I am glad I read it. I didn't dislike it, but I also didn't love it.

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