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Making You Mine (The Moreno Brothers) by [Reyes, Elizabeth]
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About the Author

USA Today Best Selling Author Elizabeth Reyes is the author of the Moreno Brothers, 5th Street and Fate romance series. She has nine novels currently self published with several more in the works including one that will be traditionally published with Atria/Simon Schuster in 2014. For more info on Elizabeth please visit her website at ElizabethReyes.com

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  • File Size: 1031 KB
  • Print Length: 493 pages
  • Publication Date: December 21, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006OSPSKO
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,260 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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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
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I really enjoyed the rest of the series, but wondered if I really needed to read this one since I really hadn't gotten much teaser about Sal in the previous stories. I'm glad I read it, the story was just as good as the others... except for the editing.. :(
I'll not recap the story since it's been done plenty by previous reviewers. I was sorely disappointed with the editing. The errors were not something that could have been caught with spell check, they were all missing letter errors or duplicate word phrases. From the very first He(r), to the last couple pages (s)at and the 20 or so in between just got to be annoying by the end. I'm sure most just don't even see them. I'm wondering how so many ebooks end up like this? I'm sure Ms. Reyes doesn't write like that and her previous books were nicely edited because I didn't find problems like these.
I rated this 3 star but this would have been another 5 star if not for the reading annoyances along the way. If you're not the type to notice word errors, you'll only see the 5 star story line.
UPDATE::
Just two weeks after this review I got an update announcement that errors were fixed. I have to say "Thank you" for listening! Since I reread the whole book and still found errors, I've upgraded to 4 stars just because I know it matters to the author and the attempt was made. It does read much easier. And, I still really enjoyed the story, again :)
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Summary:
Salvador Moreno is the oldest of Moreno Brother's. He's smart, sexy, and always in control. Then he meets Graciela Zendejas. While looking for a chef's position, Grace thinks Moreno's would be a great way to help boost her career as a chef. The problem is, she's young and no one wants to take her seriously. She lands a job at Moreno's as a bartender. Sal isn't too happy about this, because he can't stop thinking about her. They give in to their attraction and start dating. Then for the first time in his life, Sal messes up big time. As he and Grace get closer to their happily ever after, he has to decide if keeping the secret or coming clean is the best way to save his relationship with Grace.

My Take:
As you all know, I love this series! I was so looking forward to Sal's story. He always seemed so serious in the other books. It was so great to see Sal come undone and find someone to love. His vulnerability was so sweet and he is just plain sexy. He's a strong alpha male without being overwhelmingly domineering. Grace was a sweetheart! She needed someone to love and trust and Sal was the perfect fit for her. You'll just fall in love with Sal during the "camp out" chapter! OH BOY!!!! I loved the epilogue! It made me miss all the brother's and makes me want to reread their stories! There is also a special story about Angel and Sarah at the end too, which made me melt!
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Sal, the oldest of the Moreno brothers. We really don't see much of him in the other books and I liked that. The mystery of it all is intriguing. Getting to know this overly structured man was interesting. He has a set of standards that I don't think anyone will comprehend. He is in charge of managing the two restaurants and he wants everything to be PERFECT! Ran a certain way but... not everything will go according to plan. In his meticulous planning he never counted for Grace! Oh did that girl leave an impression and one that he didn't care for at first. I love when he talks about their initial meeting and she was wearing those ridiculous glassed in the attempt to look older. I was laughing so hard, I can totally picture the scene.

Grace is desperate, she needs a job and she needs it LAST WEEK!! Her home life is not what anyone would want and her mother really gets under the readers skin and I kid you not we begin to dig a hole for this "mother" as we read because we need her out of the picture. Grace is focused on saving money to move out and take her little sister Rose with her. She needs to be happy and needs her sister safe. She is going to culinary arts school and is applying for the head cook position at Moreno's the hottest spot in La Jolla. This position will open up opportunities for her. But her dream is cut short by Sal, he claims she is too young and lacks experience. Oh, little does he know!

The story evolves into what Sal and Grace are feeling and wanting and how those around them will stop at nothing to make them see how perfect they are for each other. They are the perfect balance. We meet Sal's cousin Vincent and Grace's best friends; Joey and Taylor who I just adore. The story has its ups and downs and twist and turns and it makes for a beautiful Cinderella story. Sal, steps it up and I'm swooning over his tenderness and love for his beautiful love.
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