By Kaylee Ryan
“Go to college,” they said. “Get a good job,” they said. “It will be a piece of cake.” Well, whoever they are, they lied. Sure, college was a blast, but after college, not so much. The finding a job to go with my expensive education, that part was not so easy. At least not until I was offered a position at the new club in town.
Life is defined by the little moments that have the power to change it completely. I never thought getting a cup of coffee would change mine, but it did. She did. She’s one of those moments.
He’s my boss.
She’s my employee.
I want him.
I can’t resist her.
I Just Want You is a stand alone romance that will pull at your heart. This is a story of two young people that are finding their way in the world.
Crew just found out that he had a grandmother and she left him a lot of money. He wants to make sure that he builds his future. He has a loyal friend in Zane who also keeps him from getting too serious.
Berklee has just finished college and just needs someone to give her a chance. She has a business degree but, just like many new graduates find out, every job she applies for they want experience. So she is working at a coffee shop until she finds that place that will give her a chance. Berklee has some great friends that help her through everything. They also help keep the story light and fun.
When Crew walks into the coffee shop where Berklee works there is an instant attraction, but he has made a promise to himself that he is going to get his bar up and going before he will consider women again. But fate has aligned against him and has put Berklee right in his path.
I really thought that I Just Want You was an interesting, intense at times and fun. It had an interesting interruption on a modern relationship. I fell for Crew the moment he offered a job to his best friend. That to me showed what kind of man he was. But I also loved the way he wasn’t perfect. He was jealous and he didn’t always know how to deal with his feelings. Berklee really helped him get to the next level of adulthood. She also helped him realize what he had to lose. Kaylee Ryan wrote an effective view of professional and personal relationships that had me rooting for Crew and Berklee.
I Just Want You
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