Undeniable is the second book from Liz Bankes, and is a really fun, hilarious read. I finished it a couple of days ago (review coming *very* soon) and was so addicted - it's British New Adult and is just like watching a teen film. Excellent. If that isn't enough to convince you, here's an official summary:
Gabi is so excited she's spending the summer working as a runner on her favourite TV show. It's a dream come true! Plus it's perfect for for distracting her from The Break-Up especially with all those gorgeous actors around. And then there's Spencer Black: student, extra, expert flirt. Everything with him is fun, intoxicating and uncertain. Things between them are hotting up when he lands a minor role on the show. So is it make or break for them? Is Spencer undeniably the one for Gabi?
To celebrate its publication on August 1st, there's a blog tour going on and I'm happy to be taking part. My post today is a character profile on the lovely, curly-haired brooding Spencer, who you'll all meet if you read the book. Thanks to Liz for the post, and I hope it makes you guys want to read the book!
Character profile: Spencer
When Gabi arrives in London to be an intern on a TV show, she’s reeling from a break up and the last thing she’s thinking about is romance. Then she meets Spencer. He’s a fun-loving film student who’s managed to get a one-line part in the show. Spencer’s all charm and joking around, but Gabi can’t work out what he’s really like and whether she should trust him...
Name: Spencer Black
Celebrity crush: Mila Kunis
Favourite book: An Actor Prepares by Constantin Stanislavski. Pretentious, moi?
Who would play you in the film of your life? Someone with the acting talents of Al Pacino, the abs of Channing Tatum and the appetite of Keith from the Office.
What luxury item would you take to a desert island? A Kindle, as I’d have a lot of time to read and because that makes me sound cultured. I’d smuggle in a hip flask in my shorts.
And which person? Judi Dench, because she’s awesome. I’d smuggle in Mila Kunis in my shorts.
What would be your ideal date? Open-air cinema, late-night dim sum and then dancing into the small hours.