#RisqueReads | #BookReview | SPENCER (Not Your Average British Romance #1) by Kerry Heavens @kerryheavens (7th May 2015, Indie Published)

SPENCER (Not Your Average British Romance #1) by Kerry Heavens
Published; May 7th 2015, Indie Published

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@TheSpencerRyan exudes confidence,
I mean, have you seen him???
His dark good looks and tattooed muscled perfection are too much.
He’s hot. Lickably hot.
And he has a way with words that leaves me breathless.
But cocky doesn’t even cover it,
this guy is so arrogant you have to fight back.
But God he’s so lickable!
The thing is though,
he looks like sex but he’ll taste like jackass.

@OMGJazzyP is a sexy, annoying ball of rage in fuck-me heels
and she hates me.
Although her nipples would tend to disagree.
It’s a deadly combination.
She’s a princess.
And when I say princess, I mean intolerable, spoiled brat with a tiara.
Sure she’s got that curvaceous goddess thing going on,
but that mouth of hers…
God it needs something in it to shut it up.
#GotJustTheThingRightHere

This is not your average British romance.
It’s a tale of high heels, hot tattooed bad boys and
sex oranges, all wrapped up in a coating of chocolate.
It’s ‘love’ in a social media world,
where not everyone is who they seem
and where some people’s bios should carry a warning.
#JustSayin

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** WARNING – SPOILERS AHEAD **

Spencer by Kerry Heavens was a great read. One that pushed the boundaries of what is acceptable behaviour between two people. Spencer Ryan is your standard beautiful, arrogant playboy, on the surface and he is attracted to Jazz on Twitter. A girl who has very enviable taste in some sexy high heels. Ones that instantly catch the eye of the Twitter playboy.

Jazz is in a job she doesn’t love, with a very inappropriate boss, who thankfully gets what he deserves. Here is a young woman who will not be pushed around by her boss juxtaposed against a woman who will start an affair with the sexy stranger from Twitter. Sure Jazz has seen Spencer in the flesh, bumping into each other at the local store but it is there chats on Twitter that start this turbulent affair.

Once they meet in the real world, things are hot headed and steamy. Jazz is instantly turned off at Spencer’s arrogance in the flesh, but he at first doesn’t know the sexy shoe girl from his rather steamy Twitter conversations is the apparently stuck up princess Jazz. Their war of words quickly dissolves into very sexy, dominant encounters. Spencer doesn’t understand his attraction to Jazz, she pushes all his buttons and he cannot stay away from her.

Jazz isn’t so strong at staying away from Spencer, her words reach ears unwilling to hear the word no. The results being an internal battle between Jazz’s subconscious and her libido. The scenes between the two are downright sinful. Spencer knows he’s a god and sets out to prove it in every sexual encounter. Jazz is unable to resist.

A relationship that is both volatile and public on Twitter ensues, pushing both Jazz and Spencer further out of their comfort zones and closer to each other. Is the bad boy player really that arrogant and self assured? Is Jazz ever going to admit how attracted to Spencer she is? Whilst striving to follow her dreams and beat her attraction to the Twitter playboy, it becomes inevitable that this couple are going to end up together.

Kerry Heavens has created one of the most arrogant males I’ve read, giving Jesse Ward, Christian Grey and Blake Landon a run for their money. I admit there was something about him that just plain got on my nerves but there was also a part of me very attracted to him. Jazz is a great heroine, a woman who stands up for herself but falls for the playboy, which in part both annoys me and yet I wanted them to get together. All in all I actually loved this novel and thoroughly enjoyed the read.

You can buy SPENCER (Not Your Average British Romance #1) from the following booksellers (and many more!);

Amazon (UK) | Amazon (US)

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