When Justin sees a sexy man on the
street, he thinks he’s found the man of his dreams. Too bad
he later finds out his dream guy isn’t gay. Luckily for
Justin, though, Kevin needs to pretend to be gay in order to
meet the higher-ups from his company without the
interference of his incompetent female supervisor.
Justin agrees to go with Kevin to the
club, and things go well. Kevin’s boss, Victor, a wealthy
and attractive man, even seems to be interested in Justin.
The only problem is that Justin’s still interested in
Kevin—and Kevin just might be interested in him as more than
a friend as well. Will Kevin figure out what he wants
before it’s too late?
I admit that the whole “gay for you”
concept isn’t really my favorite plot device, but I like Jet
Mykles so I thought I’d give Just For You a
try. After reading the book, I didn’t regret giving it a
shot at all. Just For You is packed with heat
and humor, with a nice dash of emotion. I couldn’t help but
like dramatic, flamboyant Justin. He is up front about
everything from the start, a trait I admired. Kevin, though
surprised by his sudden attraction to another man, is able
to deal with it surprisingly well. Watching him feel his
way through his new world was funny at times, emotional at
others. Even Victor, who came across as a bit of a spoiled
villain at times, turns out to have hidden emotional depths
that made me feel for him. Just For You isn’t
super deep or angsty, but it’s a fun, hot read I enjoyed a
lot. Jet Mykles fans, fans of “gay for you” stories, and
anybody who likes fish-out-of-water humor will be sure to
like Just For You.