Review: Oh, Henry by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

Review: Oh, Henry by Mimi Jean PamfiloffOh, Henry (OHellNo, #2) by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
on August 25th 2017
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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.

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.

More than 5 stars

Holy…crap. Swoon

For the fans of nerds and jocks, this story is totally, without a doubt for you. Oh, Henry will rock your freaking world. Holy crap I loved every second of that book from beginning to end. The OHellNo world is hilarious, intelligent and full of emotions. It’s a world I loved from the moment I stepped into it.

“You are literally one in seven point five billion, Henry. I can’t afford to let you go.”

Oh Henry, is about Henry Walton, a billionaire heir who has a mucked-up family but a huge passion for football. Balls are life (as much as they can be for straight man…) for this man. He is one of the best defensive ends (my lack of football knowledge is real…) that has real potential to enter the NFL. He has one problem right now though. He’s having performance issues. And it’s not in the bedroom, it’s on the field.

Step in Elle, super-genius with an IQ that shames mine (and yours: P). She has dumped our hotshot athlete with no freaking care in the world. Well… technically that is not true. But that is for you to find out. There are likely going to be times you love and hate Elle. At the beginning of the story, I wasn’t feeling her. She was being Little Miss B*tchy, and it really wasn’t fantastic. But she totally redeems herself. She has an extremely deep heart, yet this woman is so young and has experienced so much for her age.

“”Please don’t cry. I am going to survive. I promise there are wore fates.”

“I know, but you deserve better. You deserve to live your dream, Henry””


Oh, Henry tells the story of these two, just two people who haven’t found another who fits yet. These two have been very isolated in their own ways and it makes you fall hard for them as you learn more of them and their abilities to love. You will definitely  love  and laugh with them. There is so much to this story, it is not extremely relatable in its circumstance but this books has a few messages for all of us if we look closely. Mimi even takes her time to explain these, so read right to the end my pretties. You won’t regret it.

A Fave moment (there’s so many more!!):

 “My brain did the computation, and you are my ideal match. Out of seven point five billion people on the planet, there is no one who has ever made me feel like that, and the probability of finding a man who is more handsome, fit, or intelligent than you, who also has an abundantly sized penis and healthy-sized ego – but not completely overbearing – who genuinely cares about me and will give me really strong swimmers when I’m ready….who will do anything to make sure I’m okay”  (Me: swoon)

This book deserves waaay more than 5 stars. It goes to the top of my college romance list right next to the Hashtag series. My advice; give Henry and Elle a chance, they will show you what it truly is to love.

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About Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

Mimi lives with her hubby, two pirates-in-training (their boys), and the rat terrier duo, Snowflake and Mini Me, in Arizona. She hopes to make you laugh when you need it most and continues to pray daily that leather pants will make a big comeback for men