Through witnessing her parents' bitter divorce, sixteen-year-old Taylor Brogan has learned what she believes to be a certainty—men lie, men betray, men can’t be trusted. When her first boyfriend cheats on her, Taylor can’t even pretend to act surprised. After all, her own father left her mother for another woman after fourteen years of marriage, so it was only a matter of time before it happened to her too.

Betrayed one time too many, Taylor vows to give up boys for good. But when she meets sweet, gorgeous Michael Hurst at a party, her resolve to stay single begins to crack. Maybe, in spite of her past, she can trust him not to break her heart. Taylor and Michael begin an exciting-but-cautious romance, hitting several challenges along the way—parental disapproval, family secrets, and the most daunting obstacle of all, Elena Brewster, a calculating beauty who is determined to make Michael hers.

Not just another teen romance, JUST YOU is about forgiveness, facing your fears, and learning to embrace the risks involved in trusting someone with your heart.

Reviews for Just You

"Loved this witty, true to life, coming of age story. Taylor's experiences with high school, parents and first love are thoughtfully written and so real." -- evermore, reader

"...the writing is amazing and the characters are awesome." -- Mary, reader

"The author, Rebecca Phillips, has done an incredible job of creating a coming of age story that is well worth your time. Taylor is probably one of the most interesting characters that I've come across...this is a very realistic and extremely well written story that tackles some tough issues - sex, drugs, drinking, parental distance and infidelity...The author has done an amazing job at capturing what real life is like for these characters...-- Ocean_Angel, reader

"The characters were portrayed believably and the dialogue felt very genuine. The important teen issues such as dating, sex, and divorce have been dealt with in a sensitive and honest manner, something that would appeal to young readers...The narrative voice is 
mature, clear and yet passionate, colloquial, and the familiar plot summoned up a host of nostalgia."  -- Mahak Jain, editor

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