‘Spencer Cohen, Book Three’ is the third and final installment in ‘The Cohen Spencer Series’ and like the predecessor picks right where the previous installment ended. While this one not my favorite book in the series, I enjoyed very much and I highly recommend this series if you are looking for a sweet and overall light m/m series. N.R. Walker delivered again a heartwarming cute and fun installment with unfortunately just a little bit of steam. I can’t complain since I loved Spencer and Andrew, the two main characters so much and the epilogue was everything I wanted for these two guys.
In this installment both Spencer and Andrew learn how to be in a committed relationship. Both of them are inexperienced, but they are willing to learn how to be everything the other needs. Spencer cares about Andrew and he knows Andrew cares about him as well, but he can’t deny how scared he is. Allowing himself to be exposed and vulnerable after everything that happened with him frightens him, but he doesn’t regret meeting Andrew or that fact they became so close in a such short period of time. However, he wonders what will happen with him if Andrew someday decides he’s not worth it. Can he survive another rejection?
When something happens and Spencer has to go home in Australia, Andrew is ready to prove him how dedicated he is to their relationship and to show him that he is worth loving.
“He’d kissed me before, but this was different. The way he held me, the way he rocked into me and kissed me so deeply was new. It wasn’t passion and need. It was emotion and longing.”
While this wasn’t the most steamier installment in the series (and btw I wasn’t too bothered by this aspect like many readers were) I enjoyed the story line. This final book focused more on the relationship between these two men and of course on their emotional connection. Like in the previous book in the series the character development was well done. Both Spencer and Andrew were endearing and I liked their portrayals. The way they were with each other really warmed my heart and their tenderness was simply wonderful. Andrew was everything Spencer needed in every way and I loved him for the way he cared for Spencer. His support meant everything.
I liked all the supporting characters. They were vividly portrayed and every single one of them was entertaining. The angst and drama are low in this installment and I have to say I really enjoyed the fun and sexy interactions between the two main characters.
Overall, a nice, enjoyable read!