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Just for You

By: Mia Ford
Narrated by: Callie Dalton, Jason Clarke
Length: 6 hrs and 52 mins
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They sent me away. No time to say good-bye.

I didn’t know if I loved her. I didn’t know she was carrying my child. 

But when I saw her again I knew she still possessed me.  

I was the college playboy. The rich sh*t with Daddy’s money. 

Lucie was my childhood friend. 

One night was all it took - rekindled our friendship...

Ignited our lust.  

Then I messed up. And was gone.  

Now I’m back, and I’m a better man. 

The question is will Lucie still believe it? 

Can we have a second chance? 

I can see the old spark in her eyes. She shares my longing....

I hurt her all those years ago. 

Now I need to step up and prove my heart. Own my past...

And show her my love for this child. 

The child that looks like me.

©2018 Mia Ford (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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  • 🔵🔷🔹Del-VALLE🔹🔷🔵
  • 16-01-19




Let me count the ways this is not for me.

I can understand kids/teenagers making mistakes, that is the way life goes. You make mistakes, learn from them, and move forward. The main characters here are absolutely immature throughout the story; they do not seem to learn from prior mistakes, and they do not mature.

First, the male lead is one of those selfish people that only think about *me, me, me, me*. It is always *ME* He is cruel without reason to the female lead all throughout the story. And the female lead has her head in the clouds when it comes to the *hero* no matter what, she always takes him back (with one exception).

01. They are next door neighbors and childhood best friends.
02. The girl has had a crush on the boy forever.
03. During High School, the boy becomes a lazy entitled slut, and he casts the girl aside without even a second thought, either to her or their friendship, which ends right there.
04. The girl is crushed, but she goes on without him while nursing her heartbreak.
05. They find themselves attending the same college, and the boy notices the girl is all grown up and she is a knockout which everybody except her seems to notice - They are next door neighbors, attending the same school, so I can't see how he had not noticed this before.
06. The boy is still a lazy, drunken, entitled slut in college, but he wants the girl, and he gets her (for a day).
07. After taking her virginity (one date, one unprotected rump on the literal haystack), the girl believes the boy loves her.
08. Girl goes to see the boy the next day, but the boy, who has just gotten an angry call from his father telling him to clean up his act or he will lose his family legacy, just turns her out without rhyme or reason and within earshot of one of his groupies.
09. The girl, who has self-esteem issues, is further humiliated by the boy's groupie who witnessed the encounter and bullies her, and he can't even give the girl the courtesy of standing up for her.
10. Boy gets kicked out of college, and millionaire father sends him away on a world tour to learn the tricks of their trade, the boy goes away without even a text message to the girl.
11. Girl finds out she is pregnant, and she leaves campus to go finish her studies from home and doesn't tell anybody, except for her mother, who the father is.
12. Boy comes back FIVE YEARS LATER and realizes that:
*A* He has been in love with the girl for a long time
*B* That the girl has a son *insert tangled emotions and tantrum from boy here*
*C* After telling the girl that he loves her, he doesn't put two and two together about the child. He finds out through an almost stranger that the girl had left school because of their breakup and he finally puts two and two together about the child.
*D* He gets angry with the girl for not telling him he was a daddy, and instead of listening to the why and how of things he gets angry, throws yet another tantrum, blames the girl for everything and leaves.
*C* When I think he is finally going to do the right thing *there are a few seconds when he thinks about doing what would have been right, but noooo..., he just goes out to get drunk and goes back to being his old self (woe is me, me, me...) and that was when I was finally done...

By this point, I didn't care if they got their Happily Ever After, which they magically did. I have always said *YES TO SECOND CHANCES, BUT THIRD AND MORE CHANCES? HELL-TO-THE-NO!"

The narrators get most of the stars although Jason Clarke doesn't get to read as much as Callie Dalton does.

Do not recommend this audiobook, no matter how much I enjoy listening to Jason Clarke.

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  • Kriston R.
  • 09-01-19

Narration was great.

The heroin was a doormat the entire book. The one time she stood up for herself she caved in hours. The hero was so spoiled and so selfish. So, while it was written well, and narration was great; it just wasn’t my cup of tea. Too much wining, irresponsible behavior and self doubt from both POVs. Despite my opinion of this particular story and my first read from this author I will definitely give her another shot. I like her style.

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  • 03-02-19


The narrators were on point, but even a great narration can’t save a weak story. The heroine was a doormat and the hero was a self entitled clueless jerk. Some of the conversations were so convoluted, I skipped them. As a matter of fact I skipped whole chapters hoping for something to redeem this story. There were a few good moments, but only a few. Other listeners may find this story interesting, but I will be exchanging this for something else. Apologies to the author.

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  • Blake Glover
  • 08-01-19

My first review!!!

It was an amazing story Jason Clarke was wonderful.... But, OMG! The female narrator was awful. Once again great story!

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  • Captivated Listener!!
  • 03-01-19

He finally gets it!♡♡

I love Jason Clarke and the Author Mia Ford.
There were moments when I was really frustrated with Lucie and Cade. But they finally figured it out.
I'm better now. 😉

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