Ten years ago the lives of five wealthy and respected college students was turned upside down by an accusation of rape. Dubbed the Misters of Brown, Mr Perfect, Mr Romantic, Mr Corporate, Mr Mysterious and Mr Match have managed to keep under the radar but now they are finding their pasts are coming back to haunt them.
Finding love was never in their futures but, as each Mister finds a woman, can he keep her from the danger that follows him. Can coming back together to save their women (and their women saving them!) bring an end to their past and finally put their ghosts to rest.
Danger, mystery, lies and betrayal blend together with love, romance and friendship to make a compelling series that should not be missed.
Joining the Misters is Five, who appears frequently and plays a major role throughout the Mister series.
Finishing the series in a spectacular way is Mr & Mrs. All the Misters are getting married. One island, six grooms, six brides, children, kittens and pigs, what could possibly go wrong?!
Fantastically brilliant from start to finish. All seven books read in 2 weeks proves that I could not put them down. As soon as one was finished it was straight onto the next. More of the plot and mystery is revealed with each book and although they are classed as a standalone…seriously, why would you only want to read to one?
To get the most out of this series they really should be read in order although I am undecided where I would put Five. His book brings a lot of answers and although it is labelled 0.5 and is technically a prequel, I read him after Mr Match but before Mr & Mrs as his book brings a lot of answers that could potentially spoil elements of the Mister books.
The female characters are all perfectly matched to their Mister and the connection between each is….HOT! Hot Kisses, Hot Sex, just HOT!
If you have never read this author before then I can highly recommend her. She has lots of series and most seem to be connected. I would suggest reading The complete Rook and Ronin series first (see blog post) as the Mister series does contain some of their children but in all honesty it is not essential. There is a very good chance that if you read this series first you will want to go back and find out what happened with the Flynn’s, the Shrike’s and the Aston’s anyway.
So much potential for future books…Can’t wait to see what comes next!
Thanks Julie for bringing us these wonderful characters.