Author: Jet Mykles
Publisher: Loose Id
Cover Artist: PL Nunn
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 10/13/2009
Length: Novella (~ 15K-50K)
Genre: Contemporary, M/M Romance
Justin falls for Kevin the instant they pass each other on a sidewalk. Only, Kevin’s not gay. The higher ups at Kevin’s company are gay, however, and Kevin’s accidental meeting with Justin gives him an idea how to get around his controlling female supervisor. If he can gain access to the top men at an exclusive gay club, he might be able to finally share his ideas.
Justin instantly agrees to be his date, despite the obvious heartbreak that’s headed his way for going out with a straight man. At the club, Kevin gets a chance to meet the company owner, Victor Chen, and the man seems interested… both in his ideas and his date.
Kevin can’t deny his attraction to Justin, but he’s not gay. Right? He should step aside and let Justin have a chance to date Victor, who’s gorgeous, rich, and shares Justin’s interest in fashion. Despite his internal struggles, he really wants to explore their growing bond. Justin is certainly game, but a part of him knows they can’t have a future together…can they?
Note:This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable. Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices.
Just For You is a trope lover’s delight. Gay For You AND a fake relationship? Yes, please. Not something I can deal with all the time, but once in a while sure.
Justin is out, proud, and can not hide his sexuality. At first glance, he falls for straight-laced (and straight), Kevin. Of course Kevin has a use for Justin and over the course of a few weeks, they fall for each other. Eventually, Kevin wants to take a walk on the wild side. Of course there is another out and proud gay man to put a wrench in the works and make all of Kevin’s insecurities and Justin’s doubts come to light.
I like that while there is a short time of miscommunication and misinterpretation, both main characters use their heads before everything blows up. I appreciate that Kevin is nervous about his first forays into being gay and Justin doesn’t pressure him. I like that they don’t go from virgins to porn stars.
I first read Just For You a couple of years ago. I probably never would have picked it back up if it weren’t for this retro read spotlight. However, I can see myself picking it up again in the future as a palate cleanser.
This review is based on a copy purchased by the reviewer independent of any review copies offered.
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