When Scarlet realized Penelope was dumping Sean, her best friend, she was devastated. Penelope was the love of his life, the woman of his dreams. Scarlet knew how far her best friend was going to fall and she had to catch him. Scarlet became Sean’s rock and helped him through a very painful breakup, but her own hidden desires bubbled to the surface in the process. When they finally gave in and slept together, she thought it was the start of their new relationship. Unfortunately, Sean didn’t feel the same.
Humiliated and heartbroken, Scarlet moved across the country and found what she least expected. She rekindled her damaged relationship with her brother, who she hadn’t spoken to in a year, and her brother’s best friend was attractive and interesting. Their relationship was natural and unforced, and she was immediately drawn to him. Would she be able to get over Sean, forget about him, by sleeping with Cortland, or would that just be another repeated mistake?
Only For You begins when Scarlet finds out her best friend Sean's girlfriend is going to break up with him. Not only that but she's actually been cheating on him and now she's leaving him for this other guy. Scarlet thinks this woman is a moron, and has no respect for her now. But when Sean is devastated by the break up Scarlet does everything in her power to help him move on and be happy. There is just one problem, Sean, and Scarlet get a little bit closer in an intimate way, and Scarlet realizes she's actually IN Love with Sean. However, when she finds out Sean doesn't feel the same, she flees to the other side of the country to start over. There she gets closer to her brother, and makes a new friend as well. Things seem to be looking up, but Scarlet is still heartbroken over Sean, and now only time will tell how things will go.
This book was very interested. I enjoyed it very much. However, the only thing that bothered me was Sean. I didn't like his character at all. He was a freaking jerk, and I thought Scarlet could do so much better than him. Seriously he treated her like trash, and I felt so proud of her for starting over. She was really brave, and I admired her for it. The writing was awesome, and we get to see Sean's point of view, as well as Scarlet's. I guess that's the main reason why I didn't like him, because I could read how he felt about things, and I just thought he was a complete jerk. Other than that, I enjoyed the rest of the book. I really liked Scarlet, and her brother Ryan. They were both awesome. The ending was good, but then again it doesn't give us a whole lot of information. But it was still sweet.