Audiobook Review: Mr. Spencer (Mr. Series, #2). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Mr. Spencer by T.L. Swan

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

He was gorgeous, older, and had the worst reputation in all of England.
The way he looked at me sent shivers down my spine. 
Our first meeting was at a wedding, where he followed me outside and kissed me.

Our second meeting ended in a huge fight with me kicking him out.

Our third meeting, I went on a double, blind date.
You can imagine my surprise when I saw familiar blue eyes across the table opposite my friend.

He was sarcastic and witty and damn,
If he wasn’t the sexiest bastard I ever laid eyes on.

Then he sent me an email listing thirty reasons
why I should go on a date with him.

I was expecting a suave and intelligent list.
Curious, I read on.

Reason 1 – I have white teeth
Reason 2 – I love my grandma
Reason 3 – I have a size 13 shoe – you do the math.

The man’s a fool, his list was some of the most ridiculous things I’ve ever read.
And the funniest.

We laughed hard…and loved harder.

You can outrun everything……except your past.
And his has caught up.

Wild handsome players don’t fall for innocent girls like me,
Or do they?

Mr. Spencer

Lady and the tramp!

The following ratings are out of 5:
Narration: 🎙🎙🎙🎙
Romance: 💚🖤💙❤️💜
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📙📘📔
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌏🌎
Character development: ☺️😉😀😘🥰

The Hero: Spencer Jones – An architect who owns a steel manufacturing company, he designed a new form of steel and ships to most first world countries. He is also one of the most well known rakes and womanizers in England. He says he has met the right girl, over and over, but has never found anyone that is worth fighting himself over. He loves women, sex and independence.

The heroine: Lady Charlotte Prescott – She is the daughter of an Earl, one of the wealthiest men in England, who has many interests in casinos and other companies. She has been sheltered and protected her entire life by her father, brother and bodyguards. She will some day be expected to marry someone from her same social status, though that kind of thing doesn’t matter at all to her.

The Story: Charlotte first sees Spencer at a charity ball and is immediately attracted to him and interested. Though when she finds out about his reputation, her interest wanes. He sees her and likes what he sees. He tracks her down in the garden and kisses her in the moonlight.

Charlotte is wary of Spencer and very naïve when it comes to men. She gets scared when the kiss becomes something more and runs away. Though Spencer tracks her down and gets her to agree to go on a date. Though Charlotte is worried about Spencer’s womanizing ways, she likes him as a person and they have chemistry like crazy.

Like Mr. Masters this book is told in dual points of view in dual narration. I love that there are two narrators but like duet narration much better, where the male narrator does all the male voices and the female does the female voices. Dual narration has them each narrating all the voices within the chapter based on whose POV the chapter is in. I don’t like that as much because the female narrator has to do male voices and vice versa.

The narration was done by Sofia Lette and Shane East, both of whom do a great job. They both do the British accent perfectly, I am not sure if they are from England or not, but certainly sound like it. Shane has a deep sexy voice and Sofia has a clear sophisticated voice that matches Lady Charlotte exactly.

This had intricate storylines about the families of the two main characters and the past. I really liked Charlotte because though she was wealthy and polished, she had been raised by her mother who came from a normal background and the money and status didn’t mean anything to her. I thought Spencer was sexy, funny and a great guy. I love how T.L. Swan is so great at writing relationships, not just romance and smut. Also the supporting characters are always great in her books.

“She’s like a giant golden uterus. Just waiting to be fertilized.”


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