Guest Reviewed by Morgan
Title: Just for You
Author: Jet Mykles
Genre: M/M Contemporary
Length: 152 Pages
Publisher: Loose ID
Release Date: October 13, 2009
Available at: Amazon and Barnes & Noble
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads
Blurb: 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. Is there more to their instant attraction than either suspect?
Justin sees Kevin on the street and is instantly attracted to him. He runs up to him, confesses his love and lets Kevin know where he works so he can find him later.
At work, Kevin needs the help of a gay man to get closer to his bosses to proposition them on a new product line. He remembers Justin and looks him up. Together, they agree to be “fake boyfriends” for a night in order to make introductions all around.
But it backfires. First, Kevin is seriously attracted to Justin and vice versa. Second, one of Kevin’s bosses, Victor, is also attracted to Justin and is suspicious of their dating.
Over the course of the next two weeks, Justin and Kevin make their relationship real, defend their relationship in public (numerous times), Kevin comes out (rather anti-climactically) and Justin has to decide between a relationship with Kevin and a potentially lucrative alliance with Victor.
In between all that, much hot sex.
This book sat on my TBR list for a long time. I’m not sure why it waited so long, but when the BloggerGirls wanted to do Jet Mykles for an Author Week, I was psyched to review this one. The book was a fast read full of tenderness, hot sex, a little secondary plot and overall very well written.
This is a very good example of GFY, and I recommend it very much.
Overall Impression: I loved it!
*I purchased my own, personal copy of this book for review.*