Mr. Romance is Louisa Masters’ offer to the multiple author series, Franklin U. And it’s frankly adorable!
Starting with the clueless but hugely friendly and kind Charlie Martin who’s inability to read social cues has those he comes into casual contact with thinking they are dating or something more interesting. Not that Charlie realizes it until it comes to a dramatic climax or someone else points it out to “Mr Oblivious “.
Then he’s upset that he’s accidentally hurting others while not realizing which actions he’s doing are the culprit.
Such a amazing, adorable person. A happy Golden Retriever on two legs! No, he’s got a bit more self awareness but towards others? Hmmm, no.
Masters has a fabulous character here.
But Charlie needs to be reigned in and have a tutorial in social cues.
That’s where Liam comes in, the man who created the Mr. Romance app and is sure to be able to tutor Charlie in how not to give off the boyfriend vibes to everyone he meets.
Liam is the anthesis of Charlie. He’s compact, athletic , likes business, romantic, and not concerned about dress. Whereas Charlie loves fashion, isn’t terribly sports minded, and is very wealthy.
Two beautifully written characters. One hilarious road to romance and love. Aided by several characters from another series and stories within this series.
I laughed. Grinned. Then laughed some more. Drunk Charlie is hilarious.
Some readers who haven’t read the Ghostly Guardians series you might not recognize some of the characters from that series that appear here. That will add a bit of a void or lack of foundation.
But the story is very entertaining. The couple fun and charming which made Mr. Romance a definite recommendation.
Franklin U series:
✓ Playing Games #1 – Riley Hart
✓ The Dating Disaster #2 – Saxon James
✓ Mr. Romance #3 – Louisa Masters
◦ Bet You #4 – Neve Wilder
◦ The Glow Up #5 – A.M. Johnson
◦ The Learning Curve #6 – N.R. Walker
◦ Making Waves #7 – Christina Lee
◦ Football Royalty #8 – Eden Finley
When you’re clueless, Mr. Romance can help.
I’m not sure how it happened, but it turns out I’ve unknowingly been dating three people.
Friends don’t spoil other friends, apparently. My trust fund means I can afford to, though, and what’s a meal here and there? Or some clothes? Or textbooks? That doesn’t mean we’re dating, right?
Others disagree. If I want to get through the rest of college knowing who my friends are, I need help from someone who knows all about dating and can tell me what not to do.
Someone like Mr. Romance.
When people look at me, romance is the last thing they think of… but I’m still the first person they call. Need a first date planned? A big romantic moment? Gotta beg for forgiveness? I’m your man. When it comes to romance, I’ve got it handled.
Not personally, though. My romantic life is… barren. All I really want is someone to snuggle with and spoil me. What I’ve got is planning dates for people who have no clue about romancing someone.
But now I’m somehow Charlie Martin’s anti-romance consultant. Charlie, who’s completely clueless yet the most accepting and friendly person I’ve ever met. Who’s giving and generous. Who’s befriended me and wants me to be happy.
I’m supposed to help him stop his friends from falling for him. The last thing I need is to fall for him myself.
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