I Kind of Loved It!
I Want by Ella Fox is a sexy, sweet, and funny romance that I couldn’t put down!
Kaya is house and pet sitting for her best friend Emory for the summer, and doing her thing, enjoying life, and just being her, she’s happy and never expected to meet Alejandro, the sexy new neighbor that moved in next door with his brother Rafe when Emory’s pet Elvis ends up in their yard one morning. Kaya and Alejandro‘s first encounter is hilarious and you can feel chemistry between them rolling off of your Kindle from the first few sentences of their conversation, and it only gets better throughout this book.
Kaya and Alejandro are complete opposites, but they just work. Alejandro can’t get his new neighbor out of his mind, and does everything he can think of to draw her out, and what he comes up with is genius and hilarious, but it works. Slowly he begins to earn her trust, and the flirtation and banter goes full force and these two really get to know one another. I loved seeing Kaya open up to Alejandro, and Alejandro really see Kaya for who she was and finally get out of his dating curse that he’s been in for years. Alejandro goes out of his way to make Kaya happy and do these little things for her, and over time Kaya really opens up to him, and he finally seems to understand why she’s so hesitant to be in a relationship, but once they finally figure things out, OMG it’s amazing.
I really did love seeing these two together, and watching their relationship grow, but the real star of this book was Elvis.. he is hilarious and anytime he makes an appearance in this book I was laughing out loud. I swear I think he may have been my favorite character. Don’t get me wrong, I adored Alejandro and Kaya and their love story, but if it wasn’t for him, these two wouldn’t have gotten to where they were. When there needed to be a light-hearted moment in the book, or a laugh, Elvis would make an appearance and I would find myself giggling or laughing out loud. He was the real star of this book, but so were Alejandro and Kaya.
I truly loved how Kaya and Alejandro‘s story played out and how it opens us up to Rafe’s story next. Seeing how far both of these characters grew from the beginning of the story to the end, and how strong their love truly is is beautiful. The only complaint I have is that I wish we could have seen of Kaya meeting the family and Alejandro meeting Dean and Gigi, especially with all of the build up to them both meeting each others families. Other than that I Want was a great addition to The Enamorado Series by Ella Fox, and I highly suggest one-clicking your copy today!