Oh, Henry (OHellNo Series #2)

Oh, Henry (OHellNo Series #2)

by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff


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From New York Times Bestseller, Mimi Jean Pamfiloff, Comes OH, HENRY, Book Two of the Ohellno Series.
(Standalone Story.)

My name is Henry Walton, and though I've been called many things throughout my life--tree trunk, moose, walrus--I am now six foot five, solid muscle, and the hottest defensive end in the NFL college draft. This is the moment I've been waiting for: fame, women, and glory.

Just one problem: I'm suddenly in a bad slump. And it started the moment I got dumped by Elle, the nerdy goddess with thick glasses, a smokin' hot body, and a genius IQ.

So what gives? We only dated for a few weeks, and it's not like I've missed her. (Much.) Regardless, all the facts point to one conclusion. Elle is my lucky nerd-charm.

So call me superstitious, but I have to get her back before I lose everything. Even if she's the last girl I should want and she now hates my guts.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781943983223
Publisher: Mimi Boutique
Publication date: 08/22/2017
Series: OHellNo Series , #2
Pages: 274
Sales rank: 708,151
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.58(d)

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OH, HENRY 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I could not put this book down. It had me laughing so hard.
Kelley Shaw More than 1 year ago
This is the second book in this series. It is a quick and easy read. The main character is a female nerd and she is proud of it. Mimi Jean is a great author and if you love to laugh then you will love her books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Henry is my type of hunk. Elle is great. Funny, love story. Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to book #3 in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
New to this author and loved this book! If all her books are as good this one, I will read them all.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not worth reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Went in a lot of different directions and didn't like the way it ended. immature college football player to millionaire to football player again, just not my fave. Smart Tass was much better.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Although I liked this book, I had a very difficult time getting into Else's headspace. I am a woman with a fairly high IQ myself but I was fortunate enough not to go through all that she did. Having said that, I had my own issues to contend with and I think that they may have hindered my ability to grasp her though processes. I did love Henry and I totally loved having Tassimo and Hunt make their presence known. This isn't a typical love story ... but its worthy of your time!
TanyaLK More than 1 year ago
really captured the sarcasm and wit. Really fun and witty.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I didn'n like it as much as smart tass but it is still so good! I relate to elle way more but it judt wasnt as funny as smart tass. It also went into a few to many directions and i think thats why i didnt get into it as much. However i think it needed to go in those directions for the relatinship to evolve in a believable way. I really did enjoy this book and am looking forward to the next one.
Cali-Jewel More than 1 year ago
Ok sage advice here, make sure before reading you have a block of time carved out for this one, because if you are anything like me it will keep your eyes glued for a solid few hours. Man I devoured this book and it was so beyond devilishly delicious. Lough out Loud, sweetly sexy, emotionally gripping romantic adventure with a small family drama twist and tiny cliff at the very end. Henry Walton is sweet, funny, sexy and all so alpha male. He is also from a very powerful family with a highly manipulative father running the show. Elle is sweet, sexy, sassy and off the charts smart (super computer smart) and separating her school life and home life (which at this point is full of lost hope) is critical to her sanity (or so she believes) until Henry comes crashing in and confusing everything up. She can't seem to fathom being wrong about something, but maybe she is. Loved it so much!!! Can't wait for the next in the series.
caroldh4 More than 1 year ago
Oh, Henry is book two in the OHellNo series by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff. I loved book one in this series and was so excited to be able to go right on into the next book. This one, though, ratcheted everything up a notch. Still some sweet romance, some very funny situations, and a little bit of angst as both Elle and Henry are dealing with some serious issues. And, what would a Mimi Jean book be without one of her little added twists. Oh Mimi Jean, you are a very naughty girl with that ending. I finished this at 10:00 last night so how was I supposed to go to sleep after that?!!! Henry Walton is a senior at Austin U and is a defensive lineman for the football team. He’s one of the stars of the team and has been pegged by the scouts as a first round pick in the NFL. He and Elle only dated for a few weeks but when she broke up with him, his game went to the crapper. He just couldn’t seem to do anything right. His coach is threatening to bench him for the rest of the season which would ruin his dream of pro-ball. He has to figure this out. And then, during one practice, he saw Elle in the stands and all of a sudden, everything went right! No way could it be her. They weren’t even together all that long. Henry is the only son and one of four children who will eventually inherit the Walton oil fortune. But Henry’s father is currently at the helm and runs everything with an iron fist. He manipulates everyone into doing as he wishes, including his children. He does not want Henry to play football but to work for him and he will do whatever it takes to make sure that happens. He has even chosen who he wishes his son to marry. This man is awful. He’s worse than awful. I just can’t think of the right word at the moment to describe how awful he is. To say Elle is a genius seems like an understatement. Going to college is merely a formality. But no matter how smart she is, she can’t find a way to save her mother. Her mom is dying of cancer and things are progressing rapidly. In order to cope, she tries to keep her home life and school life separate. And when they intersect, everything implodes. The time she spent with Henry was fun. Yes, she misses him, he made her laugh. But he wants a life as a professional football player. She wants a life in academia. They are not compatible, no matter how she tries to work the equation. But for some reason, Henry is trying to pursue her again, to get back together. She has to be strong and stick to what she believes. There is no future for them. So it needs to end now. Henry both wants and needs Elle back. Not only to get his football game back on track, he misses her. He doesn’t know how it happened but in a very short time, he got attached. He approaches it like a football play book and maps out how he will win her back. Henry is so cute as he tries different ways to win Elle back. But as I said before, these two are dealing with so much. Elle with her family and Henry with his father. When Elle finally sees the light, though, will it be too late to salvage everything? I loved the way she used her genius brain to formulate she and Henry’s relationship. Just like Henry used football plays, she analyzed everything, like an equation. What’s important, though, is that she finally figured out that Elle plus Henry equals forever. Now she just had to make sure it happened. This book was amazing. So much happened. And as I said above, Mimi threw in one of her si
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Smart tass was a lot better book.