REVIEW: Spencer by Kerry Heavens


Author: Kerry Heavens
Genre: Romance, Contemporary
Release Date: May 7th 2015


 @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.

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.



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Let me speak in hashtags. #Thud #StickaforkinmeImdone! #MorePlease! On a complete serious note, I cannot find a single thing wrong with this book. I love it. I love it so much I really wish there was more to it, or I’m hoping there is a spinoff. The main characters, the co-stars in it, they are all spot on. A lot of the situations had me rolling, to where I was just sitting there laughing and couldn’t put the book down.

This book is different from any that I have ever read, because a majority of it is done like you’re reading Twitter posts. I thought that would annoy the heck out of me, and so I was hesitant going in to read this. Now, looking back at it, I enjoyed how Ms. Heavens used a popular social app, to bring two people together. The sheer hilarity of some of the moments, due to it will make you laugh out loud. Especially some of the hashtags, they are so perfect for the situations and completely sum things up.


Our hero in this book… He’s definitely book boyfriend material for me. Go figure, I’ve found two of those in the same month! When you meet Spencer in the book, he’s all suited up and you get just a peek of these tattoos that circle his wrist. My reaction would have probably been on level with Jazz’s. I’d zone out, stand there and stare. All while making it look like I was trying to decide on which sandwich I wanted from the deli, but what I’m really doing is trying not to make it obvious that the guy smells amazing. Okay, enough of me drooling along with our heroine. Spencer is actually an architect with what I would call an Twitter addiction. He uses it constantly, and mainly for booty calls. Does he ever meet these women in person? Oh no, it all goes down in DM’s. (Direct Messages.) He’s a intelligent, has scathing wit and humor, comes off extremely charming… he also has reverse beer goggles that land him in a heap of trouble, but I’ll let you read about that. 😉


Jazz is… I’m not even sure how to sum her up outside of saying that I really enjoyed her. A lot of my laughing moments came from her inner monologue or her conversations with her best friend. She’s what I would say is a character that a female can relate to. She’s quirky, fun, hard working, cares about her friends, puts up with situations she shouldn’t but knows how to stand up for herself too. When you’re reading this book, you -get- her embarrassment, or you understand exactly why her jaw would drop at something. We’ve all had that crush on that one guy, who we thought would never see us. Was way out of our league, way too hot to ever look at twice at us. Jazz knows who he is, but Spencer doesn’t know who she is.


These two meet in real life and they absolutely hate each other. Jazz cannot believe that the sweet guy she talks to online is such a douche bag in reality. (Her words, not mine.) That doesn’t keep her from him though, so the interaction via Twitter continues. They get closer and closer and then Spencer finds out who she is. It all blows up from there, but makes for a fantastic read.

This book for me is a complete five star read. Up there with my favorites for the year, and probably ever that I’ve read. It may be the different writing style, it may be that it’s a new author to me, but regardless of all of that.. I would recommend reading it 100%. #JustSayin’ 😉




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