Title: Spencer Cohen, Book Three (Spencer Cohen #3)
Author: N.R. Walker
Publisher: BlueHeart Press
Release Date: April 21st 2016
Genre(s): Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 189 pages
Reviewed by: Lili
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Learning to be in a committed relationship has been easy for Spencer. In fact, too easy. Andrew has fit into his life seamlessly. Spencer’s let go of his insecurities and hang-ups, and he and Andrew are enjoying where things are headed.
For the first time in years, Spencer’s life is unbelievably perfect. Andrew overthinks everything. So when Spencer gets a phone call from Australia, he’s certain Spencer will push him away.
But instead of driving them apart, maybe it will solidify what they already have. Maybe Spencer will depend on Andrew more than ever. Maybe the Spencer Cohen story will come full circle, and maybe, just maybe, Spencer will have the happily ever after he never thought possible.
Spencer Cohen, Book Three (Spencer Cohen #3) is the final installment of The Spencer Cohen Series, and it starts where book 2 leaves off. Just as in the previous two episodes, Andrew and Spencer will continue to make readers swoon and smile. They are perfect for each other.
-Spencer & Andrew. It’s impossible not to fall for them. They’re funny, sweet, and sexy.
-NR Walker’s writing style. She’s the queen of smexy fluff. Her writing just makes me happy.
-Their friends. Just a great group of friends that prove blood doesn’t always mean family- love does.
-Andrew’s bossy side. I’ll leave it at that. *wink, wink*
-The epilogue. ♥
All that being said, though, I did feel a bit disappointed. Why? Well, I wanted more conflict. As far as Andrew & Spencer went- we didn’t get anything more- it was missing some “oompf”. When I read a romance novel, I thrive on the obstacles couples have to overcome to be together- to get their happily ever after. I feel like we got that in the first two books and not much here. This story started off well but after a while, I began to hope something would happen between them. An argument, some kind of misunderstanding. Once I was done reading, I felt these three installments would’ve worked better as one book instead of three. Now don’t get me wrong- I still enjoyed it. I was just sad that it kind of fizzled at the end at the end for me.
As far as the rating I was torn. My overall satisfaction I’d say was probably of 3.5-3.75 stars. Writing, though- I have to rate high- 5 stars. I mean- she is the Queen Smexy Fluff. I’ll read anything this woman puts out. Plus, I have to take into consideration that I truly believe had these books been released as one book I wouldn’t have found the story lacking at the end. I’m going with 4 Stars.