Series: Enamorado #2
Release Date: September 8, 2017
businessman Alejandro Cruz detests the dating process and is perfectly content
to stay single. But that all changes the moment the quirky house sitter from
next door falls into his arms, and his immediate instinct is to hold on tight
and never let go. California girl Kaya Porter has a “just say no”
approach to dating. No matter how sexy and irresistible Alejandro is, she vows
not to fall for him. Alejandro has other plans. This sexy Spaniard knows what
he wants, and there’s nothing he won’t do to make Kaya realize that they belong
together. Will Alejandro get the girl or will he be left wanting more than Kaya
is willing to give?
of the Enamorado (In Love) series. Each book will feature one of the Cruz
brothers and can be read as a standalone.
|There is a reason Ella Fox continues to be one of my all-time favorite authors, and every single amazing word of I Want proved that over and over again. Every book she writes, every story she gives me, and all of the amazing and dynamic characters she creates continue to deliver unforgettable reading experiences that I can’t get enough of! I look forward to reading her books so much, and I can’t say enough how much I have been excited to get more of this series. I LOVE this series. So much. I lo There is a reason Ella Fox continues to be one of my all-time favorite authors, and every single amazing word of I Want proved that over and over again. Every book she writes, every story she gives me, and all of the amazing and dynamic characters she creates continue to deliver unforgettable reading experiences that I can’t get enough of! I look forward to reading her books so much, and I can’t say enough how much I have been excited to get more of this series. I LOVE this series. So much. I love the way its characters love, I love the way the feels and the romance and so much heart are bursting from this series’ pages, and I love how good it feels to read this series.
Ella Fox delivers it all in I Want. A fulfilling love story that melted my heart into a puddle of the best emotion. A story that made me believe in the power of falling in love. A story that allowed me to fall right along with these characters. A story that felt good, felt right, and felt special to experience. Every word of this book, every turn of the page, and every moment I got to experience with Alejandro and Kaya seared my heart to theirs, invested me in their journey of love, and had me falling right along with them. Told through Ella Fox’s exceptional writing, I Want is a story that will give you heart the best level of feels, will have you knowing the power and amazingness of finding that one person who just fits, and that will have you rooting like crazy for everything that Alejandro and Kaya share.
I Want is the second book in the Enamorado Series, which is quickly becoming my most anticipated and loved series. I love this series. I love the family of characters it brings to life. I love how good it feels to read, and I love how each book in it wraps you up in a love story that is unique, gratifying, meaningful, sweet, romantic, and the perfect blend of fantasy and reality. Each book in this series can be read as a standalone, but I do recommend reading them all because they’re all so so good! And trust me, once you meet the characters of this series, you will want more of them and you will never want to let them go. Trust me, that’s exactly how I feel as I sit here writing this review, and I for one can’t wait to get my hands on the next book as this series continues.
The start of this book finds Alejandro and Kaya both done with relationships. He’s had the worst kind of luck with women and she’s vowed to not get serious until she’s 25. They both know what they want and they’re sticking to their guns because love isn’t for them right now…that is until they meet one another and find themselves coming up with more and more excuses to see one another. The spark seriously flies between these two, and soon they both find themselves spending more time together than they are apart. I Want follows Alejandro and Kaya as they fall, as they see what could be, and as they see what might happen if they embrace the world of feeling they begin to share. What starts off as a crazy spark soon becomes so much more in this book, and I can’t say enough how phenomenal that was to experience.
What I loved about this story was that it was about falling in love. It was about trusting your heart and your feelings. It was about taking that chance when it really matters for the one who really matters. It was about falling hard and fast and so deeply. It was about embracing people into your life and your heart, and it was about giving love a chance. It was about meeting the right person at the right time, and it was about giving it all you’ve got to keep that person close. This book is about love and family and trust and heart, and it blew me away.
I Want had the perfect blend of feels and emotion, heat and romance, and two characters my heart instantly went to. This book made me laugh, it made me smile, it made me blush and melt again and again, and it just reaffirmed my belief in love and connection. It was that good. It was that amazing. And it was that enjoyable to read. The magic and love and connection you start to experience between Alejandro and Kaya will give you it all, and will have you believing in them, what they share, and every bit of this story.
Ella Fox once again pulled my heart in again and again to both of these characters and their own journeys in this book. I loved them both to pieces, and I loved how their distinctive personalities shined through every page. I loved how Alejandro was so determined to win over Kaya, and how he just knew she was someone he needed in his life. I loved how he was genuine, sweet, and a man with a heart of gold that won me over from page one. I loved how he loved, how he fell, and how he wasn’t afraid to admit it all when it really mattered. I loved him, plain and simple, and I am telling you, every word out of his mouth will melt you a million times over. Especially when he speaks Spanish. That was the best, he was the best, and I just loved him.
Kaya was a female character I could so relate to. I loved how real she was, I loved how she just owned who she was and what she loved to do, and I loved how she was a sweet girl that my heart just went to from the start. I really connected to Kaya’s character and everything I got with her, and I especially loved being there every step of the way as she started to feel what she did for Alejandro. Kaya was such a real, endearing, and kind character that I loved from start to finish, and getting to be with her as I read this book made me love everything I was reading even more.
Not to be outdone, Elvis stole the show in the best way in I Want. I won’t tell you who he is or his part of the story, but let me tell you, you will LOVE him. I know I did. He had me laughing my butt off, loving every moment with him, and loving how he played into the story. He along with the rest of the supporting cast in this book had me knowing again and again why this series is so good, and why it continues to be one I want more of.
When I reached the end of I Want I did so with a heart bursting for these characters and everything they shared. This book made me feel good, it gave me everything I needed, and I loved every word of the love story between Alejandro and Kaya. I can’t wait for more of this series to fall in love with!!! I am telling you if you give this book a chance, you will not regret it! This book is all kinds of phenomenal, it’s well written, the characters are great, the feels and love are there, and in the end it will just have you loving every moment you got within its pages!!
I Want was the perfect fulfilling and enjoyable read, and it is a book you need in your life this very moment! Trust me.
“Climb gates around here often?” he asked, no censure in his voice. I realized he spoke English as fluently as he spoke Spanish.He was clad in navy basketball shorts, a pair of Nike running shoes and he was just sweaty enough for me to realize he’d likely been working out. I swear I was hypnotized by all of his exposed skin, so much so that I could just about remember my own name at that moment. I’d have blamed the fall for my dazed and confused frame of mind but that wasn’t it at all. It was purely because of him—the sexy Spanish-speaking god who’d saved me from certain harm. My eyes trailed along his muscular but lean body hungrily as I catalogued just how ridiculously gorgeous he was. I was hypnotized by his six-pack and the set of V-cut muscles I had an insane urge to trail my fingers over.
I’d have kept right on staring had he not cleared his throat. I cringed as I came back to reality and realized he’d asked a question I hadn’t retained.
“Um, huh?” I asked, perfectly clueless.
“I was asking if you’re a professional gate climber,” he said huskily.
“She’s really fine after a fall from that height?” the officer asked as he came through the gate.
“She never hit the ground,” my savior said, “since I caught her.”
The cop looked almost as impressed as I felt. I’d have heaped praised onto the stranger who saved me had I not remembered that I needed to be focused on a more pressing concern.
“So now that I’m on this side I really need to get my—”
The officer pinned me with a look that left no doubt that he was in charge. “Miss, please remain silent while I work out what’s going on here.”
I pursed my lips and tried to contain my annoyance. I knew he was just doing his job but all I cared about was finding Elvis.
The officer turned back to the Spanish model—I naturally assumed he modeled because he looked like he belonged in sensual looking black and white ads for men’s cologne. You know the kind of ads I’m talking about, right? There’s always a sexy guy giving you the let’s have all the sex look with a set of eyes that are clearly attempting to hypnotize you into buying something.
He was at least six feet tall and had a head full of thick, dark hair. His face was perfectly proportioned from forehead to chin, and I could find nothing that didn’t appear to be symmetrical. He had a ridiculously sexy closely trimmed beard that I wanted to trace with my fingers and his jaw was the sexiest thing I’d ever seen. I turned crimson when my eyes trailed up and met his and I realized he was observing me—which meant he knew I’d been staring at him. Again.
I bit my lip and tried not to blush as I blinked like an idiot. I was relieved to have a reason to look to the police officer when he cleared his throat to get our attention. “Are you the one who called about the disturbance down the side of the house?” he asked.
I couldn’t resist the urge to let my eyes wander back to the Spanish god. I knew just enough Spanish to determine that if his looks were rated on the salsa scale he’d be called el más caliente.
His eyes were on me as he answered the cop. “My brother called, yes.”
“What’s your name, sir?”
Even his name was sexy. My skin felt hot and prickly under his gaze. Anxious for a reprieve, I looked back to the officer.
The cop nodded as he took note of it on his pad. “And your brother’s name?”
“And you?” the cop asked with a head nod toward me.
“Can you spell that?”
“K-a-y-a,” I answered.
“That’s a weird name,” the officer said as he wrote it down.
I wasn’t sure if he was being rude or not so I shrugged and said nothing. Alejandro growled something under his breath that I couldn’t understand. A shiver went down my back at the way the words rolled off his tongue. His Spanish accent fascinated me. I’d never been one to care one way or the other about a man’s voice, but his did things to me. I wondered if audio erotica was a thing. If it were, I would pay a subscription fee to hear him talk all day.
“So were you trying to escape or get in?” the officer asked, ruining my good fantasy about an Alejandro Cruz dirty talk subscription service.
“I was trying to get in,” I answered stiffly, annoyed that the officer had already forgotten everything I’d said, “I told you—”
“No, no, she is not the disturbance,” Alejandro interjected. “My brother thought someone was trying to steal God only knows what from the exterior of the house. He was asleep and heard something outside his bedroom window and panicked. He shouldn’t have called the police—it’s animal control that we need. Some dickhead bird went through the trash that my brother forgot to secure and he’s been leading him on one hell of a chase around the yard.”
My eyes narrowed and my hands went to my hips as I stared down the model. “Don’t talk about my little buddy like that,” I snapped.
Family Series, Consequences of Deception, The Catch Series and The Renegade
Series. When she’s not writing, Ella indulges the gypsy in her blood and
travels the country. Ella loves reading, movies, music, buying make-up, reading
Tmz, Twitter and pedicures… not necessarily in that order. She has a wild sense
of humor and loves to laugh. Her favorite thing in the world is hanging out
with her family and watching comedy movies.