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The sexy times commence, and they are H.O.T.! For as much as there was no sex in Spencer Cohen, Book One, it's more than made up for here.
There's also an awesome side story featuring one of Spencer's clients which actually made me want to skip the sexy times to get back to it.
You can tell narrator Joel Leslie loves these characters - it's apparent in every word and emotion. He seamlessly goes back and forth from Australian to American accents so well you can almost forget this is just one person narrating.
All in all I enjoyed this as much as Book One, and am looking forward to listening to the conclusion of Spencer and Andrew's relationship story in Spencer Cohen, Book Three.
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Spencer Cohen book 2 is not a standalone (which you might already have guessed from the title alone), it picks up moments after book 1 ended and it had all the sexy and steam the previous book didn't. Book one focused one the getting to know you and falling in love, this one brings the steam and is mainly focused on the relationship between Spencer and Andrew. It deals with the insecurities that starting a new relationship brings.
N.R. Walker writes about real people, they have flaws and issues. They are relatable and that's one of the reasons why I love her books so much and why I'm always picking up each and every one of her books.
I love these characters to death. They are just wonderful in so many ways. And reading (listening) to these books you become a part of the family. You laugh, hurt and hold on for dear life when you're in the passenger seat of Cindy Crawford and Lola is driving. You are there experiencing it all with them, and to me that is the ultimate proof of a great writer.
My only niggle with this book was that it felt more like an interlude, there wasn't much going on. Don't get me wrong this was not by any means a bad book, I just wanted a bit more plot and less sexy times (don't hate me), but hey you can't have it all.
As for the narration; I'm starting to wonder i Joel Leslie can narrate a bad book, because he just nails every book I listen to that he has narrated. The voices, the emotion and the accents, they are all just spot on and pure perfection.
Spencer Cohen is a lot of fun to listen to. There is not much angst near them and are pretty much made of pure sugar, happy and smiles and just my kind of book. Book 3 here I come!
A copy of this book was generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review for Love Bytes
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