Review: Mr. Ultra Mega Love by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff


My name is Hudson Ulysses Ferris, better known as Huff. And I’m an ultra-nerd with mega-hang-ups. You’ll see why after you walk a day in my Converse. (My past isn’t pretty.) But hey, that’s no excuse for avoiding everything I want in life, including a fresh start at an out-of-state university.

My first night there, I meet the girl of my dreams (so cool). She’s taken, of course. But even if she weren’t, she’d never date a scrawny loser like me. Then my best friend, River, is manhandled by some dipsh*t twice her size (not cool), and for once, I act like a man. It costs me big because that dude and his friends leave me for dead.

But I don’t die.

And when I wake up the next morning, I look different. I feel different. The bruises and cuts don’t even hurt.

What the heck happened last night?

Because I just lifted a bus to save a puppy, and suddenly all the girls are looking at me. Except one. She might actually be afraid of the transformation that saved my life. Just my luck.

My opinion:

I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.

Mr. Ultra Mega Love by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff is a new adult fiction. It’s the first book from the RevoLUVtion series.

The story is about Hudson Ulysses Ferris, aka Huff, a scrawny nerdy boy who was afraid of confrontation and liked to be alone. After what happened with his sister he needed a new start and went away for college. His life back home was horrible and his first day in the new city wasn’t any better. But things changed drastically on the second day. After trying to save his best friend from some brainless idiots which caused him to almost lose his life, the next morning he woke up looking like superman. He was starstruck with a big will for revenge and justice. Whoever had hurt his loved ones was going to pay.

This is definitely not your average superhero romance. The plot is intriguing and fast-paced. It’s mostly focused on Huff’s big transformation and his plans of serving justice. There’s also the romantic part that came secondary. It contains abuse and bad language. There are no intimate scenes only a few descriptions of their private parts. I enjoyed the hero act more than the romance. My favorite part was when Huff decided who he wanted to be.

In general, it’s a good book that I will recommend to those who like superhero stories. I will rate it with 4 stars.

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