Title: You Spin Me

Author: Karen Grey

Release date: April 29, 2021

Series: Book 3 of 3: Boston Classics

Pages: 298

 Rating: 4.5 STARS


Some scars go further than skin deep…

1988 doesn’t end well for Jessica Abraham. In just one week she turns thirty, loses her day job, and loses the role of Ophelia to a younger actress. Rallying, she goes after a part at a theater outside of the city, but the director’s plan to hide her beauty behind hair, makeup and wardrobe from Cosmo’s “Don’t” column shakes her confidence to the core.

For the first time in her acting career, she won’t be able to rely on her carefully managed physical charms. Only her craft will count.

On a snowy night early in January 1989, a woman calls into DJ Callihan Alonso’s alt-rock radio show at the end of her commute. He asks her to call back the next night, and the next, just so he’ll know she’s home safe. There’s something about her voice that has him wanting more, but the longer they talk, the closer she gets. Compromising each and every wall he’s built around his heart.

If two lonely people fall in love over late-night phone calls, will meeting face-to-face make them, or break them?


I received an ARC from the author for an honest review. Thank you, Karen Grey!

You Spin is the third book in the series Borton Classics by Karen Grey. You Spin Me is my favorite book from this series. You can read my review of the first book What I’m Looking For and the third book Forget about Me. I loved You Spin Me because it’s about two damaged people who found the courage to confront their fears and to heal.

Cal works as DJ at the local radio station every night and one night Jessica calls to answers a trivia question and they began a conversation. Since that night, they began to talk every night at the same hour and between formed a connection and beautiful relationship through the phone. They didn’t want to lose their beautiful relationship and they weren’t willing to meet face to face. A job opportunity for Jessica at the same radio station that Cal works at forced them to meet for the first time face to face.

At first, was a shock because neither of them was ready for their meeting but they realize that they have feelings for each other and they were ready for a real relationship. Both of them have grave problems but through the whole book they grow and they wanted to heal and to be better versions of themselves. They were willing to make sacrifices for their relationship.

Cal and Jessica were great characters and I recommend this book to anyone who wants to read a beautiful romance.



About the author

KAREN GREY is the pen name for award-winning narrator Karen White. A stage, screen and radio drama actor in Boston, New York and Los Angeles in the late 20th century, she started recording books in 1999. Now back in her home state of North Carolina, she shares a home with her family and (probably) too many pets, where she continues to narrate audiobooks as well as make up stories.

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