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Length: 335 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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USA Today Best Selling Author Elizabeth Reyes is the author of the Moreno Brothers, 5th Street. Fate and Desert Heat romance series. She has 13 novels currently self published, one traditionally published novel with lots more in the works. Before the end of 2014 she'll have 2 more self published novels out and 2015 is looking to be quite productive with more additions to her existing series and some exciting brand new projects she can hardly wait to share with everyone. For more info on Elizabeth please visit her website at

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  • File Size: 2150 KB
  • Print Length: 335 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: January 1, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00427ZI2C
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #101,799 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I write because I must. It's not a choice or a pastime, it's an unyielding calling and my passion."

~Elizabeth Reyes~

Award winning, USA Today Bestselling Author, Elizabeth Reyes continues to answer her calling on a daily basis. Since releasing her debut novel FOREVER MINE (MORENO BROTHERS #1) in 2010 she has since published seven more in that series, FOREVER YOURS, SWEET SOFIE, WHEN YOU WERE MINE, ALWAYS BEEN MINE, ROMERO, MAKING YOU MINE, and TANGLED with more stories about the Moreno family and their friends to come. She's also published a second series, 5th Street which includes, NOAH, GIO, HECTOR, ABEL. FELIX. Her Moreno Brother's spinoff series FATE includes FATE, BREAKING BRANDON, SUSPICIOUS MINDS and AGAIN (Sydney's story). Her debut traditionally published title is DESERT HEAT and her latest release is her first ever three part romance serial DEFINING LOVE. All three volumes will be available everywhere this August. And are currently exclusive to Amazon for now!

When she's not writing (which is rare)she spends as much time as she can with her husband of almost twenty-one years, two young adult children, her Great Dane, Dexter and big fat lazy cat named Tyson.

Keep up with all her upcoming books/events/signings by visiting her website.

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108 of 119 people found the following review helpful By Deborah on September 11, 2012
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I'm an avid reader and enjoy a good clean romance. I have to admit, the premise of this book seemed interesting and since it was labeled YA I figured I didn't need to worry about the content. Boy was I wrong! First off, the overuse of vulgar language was very off putting. I understand that the author was trying to make the characters sound like teenagers, but even PG-13 movies can only use the F-bomb twice. This book had it too many times to count. It was completely unnecessary in my opinion. Another issue I had with this book was the casual attitude portrayed by the majority of the characters towards sex. The entire book made it seem like every teenager is having sex, and not only with one person in a committed relationship, but with multiple people with no strings attached. The "heroine's" cousin mentions multiple times not wanting to be "committed" to a relationship and how excited she is about hooking up with the "hero's" brother, going as far as talking about his "size" and not being able to wait for her period to be over so she can "go all the way" with him, a guy she went out with once and had other "sexual contact" with on the first date (which by the way is explained somewhat graphically.) The two main characters wait a little long for full on intercourse but still perform sexual acts in the meantime, which again are described in detail. The guys seem to expect sex and the girls have no problem giving it to them. The hero has a girl who creates conflict because she's jealous that he isn't hooking up with her anymore, even though they were never dating, which is his excuse for dropping her like nothing. The hero mentions that he's never asked a girl out because they were always so willing to "give it up" without him even trying.Read more ›
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200 of 229 people found the following review helpful By Eternal Bliss on September 18, 2012
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I usually like this kind of genre with romance, that doesn't get graphic (or so I thought, after all it is listed under "Children's fiction") Um no way!!! Definitely not even finishing this book. The only story line I could figure out is full of lying to each other, having sex is expected and normal, possessiveness, and promiscuity. I didn't even make it through the book. Angel can't keep himself off of her long enough to eat a meal. Good grief. And she stops him from having sex with her on date 1 and then by date 2 they are giving each other BJ and touching each other sexually, really? what's the difference, either way it's not appropriate (might as well have been sex). For a book that is aimed at teenagers and young adults I am really disgusted with this author. Again it is NOT APPROPRIATE FOR TEENS OR YOUNG ADULTS. IT HAS GRAPHIC SEXUAL SITUATIONS. If I could give this no stars I would have.
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67 of 76 people found the following review helpful By L. Jenkins VINE VOICE on October 15, 2010
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Sarah was forced to move from Arizona to Southern California just before starting her senior year in high school. Understandably unhappy about the unwelcome change, Sarah and her best friend, Sydney, vowed to each other to stay in touch daily via the phone and email.

Popular football jock, Angel Moreno, noticed the shy new girl, Sarah, and felt drawn to her fresh, unassuming personality and sparkling green eyes from the very first time they met. Angel and Sarah soon became practically inseparable and as their friendship blossomed so too grew their desire for each other. Unfortunately, Sarah was keeping an important secret from Angel - a secret that would later bring heartbreak and severely test the boundaries of their love.

When Sarah moves to California she is intent on returning to Arizona to be reunited with best friend Sydney once again after her 18th birthday. She just has to make it through the first semester. Sarah and Angel meet and begin dating shortly after school starts. Their attraction for each other soon has Sarah conflicted about returning to Arizona but still determined to do so for the sake of her best friend. Angel tries not to dwell on Sarah's pending departure, instead, he strives to show her everyday by word and deed why she should remain in California with him.

An uncomplicated, yet moving story of first love, I was easily caught up in the lives of Sarah, Angel and their friends. I found the story entertaining and well-told. The teens all seemed remarkably grounded and well-mannered for the most part. There was very limited adult involvement and supervision. Most adults were barely present and quite peripheral to the story. The author, though, did an excellent job of fleshing out the teenagers.
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131 of 157 people found the following review helpful By Bookworm on March 31, 2012
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This book is targeted at teenagers and I do have to say I am a little past my teenage years now but wow, it's basically condoning teenage drinking, sneaking out, promiscuity and borderline abusiveness; the intensity that Angel shows about Sarah after a day or two is completely inappropriate. He is too possessive and seems to have controlling tendencies. At one point the author seems to address this but then says that Sarah actually likes it. As someone who has been abused, this is a horrible message to send to teenagers, that this behavior is okay. To me his behavior seems like the warning signs of a future abuser.

I would never let my teenager read this book and I will not be reading any more of this series. On top of all the messages it seems to be sending that I do not think are appropriate, it is a very shallow book. The characters are not well developed and it progresses awkwardly, I guess that could be a good thing though because the awkwardness just reminds me of the awkwardness of being a teenager.
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Making You Mine?
her page says, "Sal's Story coming end of December 2012. Will also include a bonus short story about Angel and Sarah. -"
sure hope it comes out soon!!!! ;)
Dec 20, 2011 by bookaholic1029 |  See all 6 posts
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