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Mr. Spencer
Author:T.L. Swan

Mr. Spencer by T.L. Swan

This book is a work of fiction. Any references to real events, real people, and real places are used fictitiously. Other names, characters, places, and incidents are products of the Author’s imagination and any resemblance to persons, living or dead, actual events, organizations or places is entirely coincidental.

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There are no words meaningful enough to thank my wonderful team.

I don’t write my books alone. I have an army.

The best army in the world.

Kellie, the most wonderful PA on Earth.

You are amazing. Thank you for all that you do for me.

Keeley, not only are you an amazing daughter, but you’re now a wonderful employee. Thank you for wanting to work alongside me. It means a lot.

To my wonderful beta readers: Mum, Vicki, Am, Rachel, Nicole, Lisa K

Lisa D, Nadia, and Charlotte. Thank you. You put up with a lot and never whine, even when I make you wait for the next chapter. How I got so lucky to have you come into my life, and to be able to call you my friends, I will never know.

To Rena, you came into my life like a breath of fresh air and somehow adopted me.

Thank you for believing in me. You’re the Ying to my Yang, or the Ting to my Tang.

Vic, you make me better, and your friendship is so valued.

Virginia, thank you for everything you do for me. It is so appreciated.

To my motivated mofos. I love you to bits. You know who you are.

To Linda and my PR Team at Forward. You have been with me since the beginning and you will be with me until the end. Thank you for everything.

To my home girls in the Swan Squad. I feel like I can do anything with you girls in my corner. Thanks for making me laugh every single day.

This year I’m adding someone new to my list.


Thank you for providing me with an amazing platform to bring my books to life. I am my own boss. Without you, I wouldn’t have the job of my dreams.

Your belief and support of my work this last year has been nothing short of amazing.

And to my four reasons for living, my beautiful husband and three children.

Your love is my drug, my motivation and my calling.

Without you, I have nothing.

Everything I do is for you.


The quality of being thankful;

Readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.

Trust in the universe.

It always delivers.


I would like to dedicate this book to the alphabet,

for those twenty- six letters have changed my life.

Within those twenty-six letters I found myself,

And now I live my dream.

Next time you say the alphabet

remember its power.

I do every day.

Mr Spencer

TL Swan



Same fake people. Same stupid crowd. Same uninteresting men that I’ve known all my life.

“Isn’t it?” a voice says.


I drag my eyes back to the man standing in front of me. For the life of me, I can’t remember his name, although I’m quite sure I should know it. He always tries his very best to impress me every time I run into him at one of these family events.

Which is often.

“I’m sorry, I didn’t quite hear you. What did you say?”

“I said it’s great to get to know you better.” He smiles and tries to turn on his charm.

I smile awkwardly. “Yes. Yes, it is.” My eyes roam up and down him. He’s nice enough, I suppose. Tall, dark, handsome and has all the factors that should excite me… but don’t.

I’m so utterly bored, as if I’m a stranger standing on the outskirts looking in at all the beautiful people around me. And I know I shouldn’t feel that way, because according to society, I’m one of those beautiful people.

“And then I went to Harvard to study Law and graduated with honours, of course,” the dull voice drones on.

I smile on cue and gaze around the room, doing anything to escape this boring conversation. I exhale heavily as my mind wanders. The wedding reception is beautiful—straight out of a storybook. It’s in an exotic location, there are fairy lights everywhere, lots of stunning fashion to admire, and anyone who is anyone is here.

Why doesn’t this guy interest me? Nobody seems to anymore, and I’ve no idea what’s wrong with me.

I widen my eyes at my friend who is standing at the other side of the hall, silently calling for help. Thankfully, she takes the hint and walks over immediately.

“Charlotte.” She smiles as she kisses my cheeks. “I’ve been looking all over for you.” She turns her smile over to the poor man in front of me. “Can I steal her for a moment, please?”

His face falls and he purses his lips, nodding begrudgingly. “Of course.”

I give him a small wave and link my arm through my friend’s. We walk towards the hall.

“Thank God for that,” I mutter under my breath.

“One of these days I’m not going to save you. He was all kinds of cute.” She tuts as she grabs two glasses of champagne from a passing tray. I smile and take my glass from her, and then we stand just out of view of the man we escaped.

Lara is one of my closest friends. Our fathers have been best friends since childhood, so we kind of inherited each other by default. She’s like a sister to me. Our families mix in the same social circles and we’re at a lot of functions together. I don’t get to see her as much as I would like to as she lives in Cambridge now.

Then we have Elizabeth, our other friend. Elizabeth is the complete opposite of us. We met her at school where she attended through a scholarship. Her parents don’t have money but boy, does Elizabeth know how to have fun without it. She’s wild, carefree and has grown up without the social restraints that Lara and I have. She can date whoever she wants, nobody is after her money and nobody judges her. To be honest, I’m not sure that anybody judges Lara or me either, but our fathers are both very wealthy men, and with that privilege comes the responsibility of upholding the family’s name and reputation. Both Lara and I would give our right arm to live the life Elizabeth has. Elizabeth—or Beth, as we call her—lives in London and is hopelessly in love with the idea of being in love. Although she can’t seem to find the right man, she’s having a whale of a time looking.

Me, however… Well, I’ve never really been interested in love. After my mother died unexpectedly in a car accident when I was eighteen, grief took over. My father and two brothers suffocated me in the name of protection. I went to school, hung with my girls, and regrouped for a few years. Somehow, time slipped away so quickly, and now here I am at the ripe old age of twenty-four and I’ve had hardly any experience with men at all.

“Oh, he’s lovely,” Lara whispers from behind her wineglass.

I look over and see a tall man with dark hair standing in the corner. “Aren’t you seeing someone?” I ask Lara.