I spent Christmas weekend sneaking around to capture moments when I could open up Making You Mine and feast on the story of Sal and Grace. I felt guilty as I heard people looking for me as I stole time for a few more chapters. I love Elizabeth Reyes' writing style and craved to know what was going to happen with the eldest Moreno brother or what I could learn about the other boys. If you read the previous Moreno family stories and loved them, then you are in for another treat.
Sal and Grace get off to a bad start as he denies his strange attraction for her and she is intent on proving she is good enough to be head cook. Alex hires her as bartender and she is basically thrust into Sal's world. Soon he can't get her out of his thoughts and, like all women the Moreno brothers pursue, she doesn't have a chance. They fall for each other and Sal starts to understand his brother's possessiveness toward the women they love. But Sal's past and one drunken night causes Grace to realize he will never change his womanizing ways. First love, desire, sacrifice, lies and betrayal are all part of this fabulous story along with misunderstanding and believing in love that will last forever.
Especially fun was the epilogue and the short story with Angel and Sarah's desire to have a baby. I have been meaning to go back and start this series over again, and now is the perfect time to go back and see it all start again.
I will read whatever Elizabeth Reyes and her friend Tammara Webber Between the Lines (Between the Lines #1)
series (highly recommed) write. The love stories and misunderstandings along with witty dialogue and fun plot lines are a wonderful diversion which I highly recommend.
Would I/Did I buy it? Yes (2.99)
Would I read it again? YES
Would I recommend it to friends? YES