Review: Mr. Satisfaction Guaranteed by Doris O’Connor

Mr. Satisfaction Guaranteed by Doris O’Connor
Release Date: September 28, 2012
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Pages: 21
Source: book provided by the publisher for review

Can an invitation only escort service really change your life?

Stuck in a rut and desperate for a good lay Anna spends a fortune to meet with the mysterious Mr. Satisfaction Guaranteed. But, can she really go through with a night of no strings attached, paid for sex. Has she become that girl?

And can one man really fulfill all her fantasies? Only one way to find out.


Review: I wanted to let the reader know that I know that my reviews tend to be a bit obscure sometimes especially when I review short stories such as this one I’m about to review. I would like to point out that I tend to do this because I don’t want to give anything away and I’m always afraid that I’ll say that one thing that will ruin that one moment when everything is revealed to the reader. I know that I would be annoyed if something was revealed when it shouldn’t be. Not cool.

This was a really entertaining read. That needs to be addressed right away. I’ve read Ms. O’Connor before and so far I haven’t been disappointed. Her books are emotional, intense, sexual and wickedly hot. When I saw the title of this book I knew I needed to read it…who doesn’t want a Mr. Satisfaction Guaranteed? I had hoped it would be an entertaining read and it was and then some. As I said, it was intense and emotional which I love and as the reader I felt the characters emotions, and I loved the twists and turns Ms. O’Connor put the reader through while the characters discovered each other.

Anna is a women looking for a man to satisfy her sexual fantasies and make her feel desirable…who doesn’t feel like that? I couldn’t blame the character for feeling this way. She displays her wants and her hesitancy about this man that any woman would understand and feel as if it’s her that’s there. I love that.  It makes me like Anna as if I have something in common with her. She’s strong emotionally and is a sexual person and she isn’t afraid of that.

Then we have SG, that’s what the male protagonist calls himself. He is…wow.  Strong, sexy, masculine.  *sigh* I loved him. He knows what he wants and isn’t afraid of going after what he wants. He’s powerful and commanding but he has compassion and understanding. He seduced me (and Anna), with his actions and his words.  I hope he does the same thing for you the reader if you choose to read this book.