- File Size: 1734 KB
- Print Length: 238 pages
- Publisher: Kaylee Ryan (March 28, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 28, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XSGX338
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #779 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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“Life is full of defining moments, ones that can bring a man to his knees and tears to his eyes.”
Opening his club has been Crew Ledger’s sole focus for months. Knee deep in business decisions and preparations he knows he’s out of his depth. He needs an administrator/manager – stat. When the last person he expects to see is hired just for that position he’s got a whole new set of decisions to make – chiefly how to deal with the burning attraction she inspires in him.
“My world just tilted on its axis, and I have no idea if it will ever be right again.”
Berklee Hanson’s at her wits end. The daily grid of schlepping coffee while endlessly searching for a job to put her newly minted degree to work isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Luckily a chance interview lands her a dream job. There’s just one teeny tiny catch. Her new boss is the incredibly handsome hottie that she’s crushed on for weeks at the same coffee shop she just quit. She’s got a burning attraction that won’t be denied – even if she knows she has to draw the line at being an employee. Only an employee.
“I know I’ll regret it if I never know what it feels like to be with him.”
Oh man, I loved watching Crew and Berklee banter back and forth trying to deny their ever growing steamy attraction. Crew’s alpha male, growly, possessive streak up against Berklee’s sassy, stubborn independence had me grinning throughout the story. I always love that Ms. Ryan’s men are so well portrayed. Caring, good-hearted with the alpha tendencies that I love; Crew checks all the boxes. I had a few moments of disconnect with Berklee. I didn’t always understand her motivations or internal back and forth. The cheeky repartee from family and friends was so enjoyable and balanced the two very well. There’s a miscommunication device used that frustrated me a bit. It felt forced and not terribly organic; it’s a theme I’m not often fond of. That being said, the epilogue as always was a super sweet swoonfest and ended the tale in a magical place where our secret fairytale like moments come to fruition (it’s my favorite part of Ms. Ryan’s stories) and left me grinning ear to ear.
“Nothing and no one can change my mind on this. I want you, and we are happening.”
If you’re looking for a light-hearted, fun treat then look no further. Although I Just Want You is not a top favorite of mine, it’s sassy and sexy rolled into a tale that’ll leave you feeling swoony and entertained.
“Every minute of my forever I want you.”
K’s Category: Serial Dater – I’ve read every novel/novella released to date.
Sex: Yes, descriptive.
For most of the novel, I was content to give it four stars. The story was a bit predictable almost right away, but for me it wasn't in a bad way. It was just safe. It felt rushed in a few places but I was willing to put up with it for a while. I kind of liked Crew and his possessiveness...at least for a minute. Then I remember getting to around 82% thinking...the conflict I know needs to happen before this book can be over hasn't hit yet, which made me a little curious....then I kept reading, and I got a little worried. Then the plot took a massive nose-dive for me.
I won't give any spoilers, but as you read, Kaylee kind of does that on her own. In an instant, one page after another lead to a wildly predictable and cliche conflict that exploded really fast. Crew's possessiveness went from slightly overbearing and kind of hot to ridiculous and immature. And the conflict was resolved so quickly that if you blink you'd miss the whole thing. The angst of it all was handled poorly and I think there could have been so much growth for both characters explored in the conflict resolution had Kaylee given it time, but it was all rushed.
By the time I got to the end, I was just ready for it to be over. I just wanted better. I wanted to be surprised, and I wasn't, which left me disappointed. It wasn't poorly written, just not developed very well. Overall, it has that sweet, new adult romance feel that you can expect from Kaylee; so if you're a fan, dive right in.
Berklee is a extremely stubborn woman and Crew does not give up easily!!
Kaylee Ryan is a must 1-click!!!