When Kevin’s supervisor keeps blocking him from the bosses, Kevin decides he needs to get his foot in the door at Chen-san, an exclusive gay club, to pitch a product to his bosses. After being accosted on the street by Justin, who claims to have fallen in love with his at first sight, Kevin formulates a plan in which Justin poses as his boyfriend. Justin agrees, knowing he’s headed for heartbreak. When club owner, Victor Chen, expresses his interest in Justin, Kevin is surprised to find he wants Justin for himself…but he isn’t gay, is he?
I absolutely adored this book! Reason number one: Justin Tolliver. He is beyond adorable! He is the stereotypical Queen. Touchy, feely, a constant flirt who is unafraid to let his emotions show, Justin has no problem chasing a stranger down the street to tell them that they are his Prince Charming. What is not to love? When Kevin approaches him to play the role of his boyfriend, he agrees to do so just to have Kevin around him…oh, and they will have to kiss each other to make it look “real.”
Reason number two: Kevin Fuller. Kevin is a total computer geek who won’t deny that Justin is an attractive man…nor would he deny his penis twitched at the thought of Justin’s lips wrapped around it…but that doesn’t make him gay. Okay, maybe he’s a little bit jealous when Victor hits on Justin, and maybe he should feel some attraction to the Victor’s beautiful sister, but all he sees is Kevin.
Reason number three: the banter between Justin and Kevin had me in stitches.
Reason number four: this book is so well written and moves at such a fast pace, you just don’t want to put it down. Then when you’re finished, you wished it was longer because you just don’t want it to be over.
Reason number five: the sexual chemistry was burning up my kindle! Let’s just say that Kevin is very curious and Justin defies one of the Queen stereotypes between the sheets.
This is definitely one of those books where you must remember “don’t judge a book by its cover” as this one is a serious contender for one of the worst covers ever. Despite this, this book is one of my all-time favorite books because it’s the type of book you want to re-read when you just want to smile. I highly recommend Just For You!