Spencer Cohen is a new book series by N.R. Walker, one of my all time…
Spencer Cohen, Book 2 takes off right were we stopped in Book 1. Spencer and Andrew go from fake boyfriends to real boyfriends and now must deal with all the problems that come along with that. N.R. Walker once again allowed me to read this one as an ARC and I thank her very much for it. I have enjoyed part 2 just as much as I have enjoyed part 1 and personally I think this new series will be one for the history books once again.
Both Spencer and Andrew really want this new relation to work and they are willing to work for it. Spencer must learn to share some secrets of his past and Andrew must learn to be able to make mistakes and learn from them. Nothing in life is certain and they both need to realize that.
While working on their relation, Spencer decides to take on a new client for his business. But what will Andrew think of that? Will he be able to see the difference between the real and the fake? And when the client turns out to be much deeper in trouble than they thought the boys are forced to work together to safe the client. Will they be able to do that?
“Can today involve a nap?” I asked in the car on our way to his place. “Are you five?” I rubbed my eyes with the heels of my hands. “Last night is catching up with me.”
“Or are you just trying to get me back into bed?” “Possibly. Do you always answer every question with a question?” He grinned. “Possibly.” “I really am sorry about last night. I actually don’t drink that often,” I told him. “Which is why I was so wrecked.”
“It’s okay Spencer,” he said, looking from the road to me. He smiled. “Emilio told me that you’re not a real drinker. Maybe a few beers now and then, but not normally hard liquor.” He laughed a bit. “I think they were worried I’d think less of you. They were all so busy telling me what a good guy you are.” I shook my head. “I didn’t ask them to do that.” “Yes, I know. They were worried about you.”
I sighed. “I owe them a pretty big thank you. Dinner or something.” “They also told me you’d been different with me from day one,” he said, just all casual-like. There was a hint of humour in his eyes.
“They did, huh?” “Yep. Said you were all ridiculous smiles whenever you mentioned my name.” “Right, then. Well, I’m taking back the offer to buy them dinner.”