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Making You Mine (The Moreno Brothers 5)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Good but words were missing

I've read Sofia and Angel's story and loved this. I was torn between giving this three stars or four. I gave it four because the story is really good. The biggest problem I had was getting into the story because there were so many words missing here and there. It was ve...
I've read Sofia and Angel's story and loved this. I was torn between giving this three stars or four. I gave it four because the story is really good. The biggest problem I had was getting into the story because there were so many words missing here and there. It was very annoying having to go back and reread things.

Sal is suppose to be the most level headed of the brothers but in the end he's as big of an alpha male as his brothers. It's nice when guys are jealous but the Morenos are too over the top and over bearing with their jealousy. They make me want to slap them at times. They are controlling because they don't want their girlfriends to have any sort of male friends at all.

Sal meets Gracie and acts like a jerk in the beginning because he falls for her as soon as he meets her. He goes all caveman on her with good reason when a man who is a friend of her mother tries to romance Gracie. In that case it's fine but he gets jealous even with her best friends who are gay.

Gracie's mother is a pill. She can't be call a mother at all because Gracie is basically raising her sister Rose. Poor Gracie is living at home because she has no job and no money. She's trying to find a job as a cook so she can move with her sister Rose. They're stepfather is a perv and Gracie needs to get her sister away from him before he tries something.

I love these books because it's about family sticking together and having each others back. They also take in others as part of their family. They all love each other and their parents. They all understand each other and are always their for each other. The Morenos are a very united family and Romero and Eric have been part of their family since they were kids.

There was something that Gracie thought in the book that puzzled me. She thought Sal couldn't understand her because he doesn't have a sister. Sal has a sister which he, his brothers and friends are very over protective.

I recommend this book just hope the author Elizabeth Reyes edits her books better. I want to read Alex and Romero's story which I hope is better edited.

posted by Jackiebkworm on June 19, 2012

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Cute story

This book was such a long story (not that - that's bad in anyway). The way it was written and compiled made me feel like I was sitting across from a girlfriend about how she met the "perfect" man. Honestly, I would love to ask the author if these were memories or reco...
This book was such a long story (not that - that's bad in anyway). The way it was written and compiled made me feel like I was sitting across from a girlfriend about how she met the "perfect" man. Honestly, I would love to ask the author if these were memories or recollections of a story somebody told her...? Overall, the book was a nice story - kind of lengthy, but sweet. Would have like more descriptive feeling from characters... but, hey - what are you going to do?

posted by mcwb on May 16, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2012

    Good but words were missing

    I've read Sofia and Angel's story and loved this. I was torn between giving this three stars or four. I gave it four because the story is really good. The biggest problem I had was getting into the story because there were so many words missing here and there. It was very annoying having to go back and reread things.

    Sal is suppose to be the most level headed of the brothers but in the end he's as big of an alpha male as his brothers. It's nice when guys are jealous but the Morenos are too over the top and over bearing with their jealousy. They make me want to slap them at times. They are controlling because they don't want their girlfriends to have any sort of male friends at all.

    Sal meets Gracie and acts like a jerk in the beginning because he falls for her as soon as he meets her. He goes all caveman on her with good reason when a man who is a friend of her mother tries to romance Gracie. In that case it's fine but he gets jealous even with her best friends who are gay.

    Gracie's mother is a pill. She can't be call a mother at all because Gracie is basically raising her sister Rose. Poor Gracie is living at home because she has no job and no money. She's trying to find a job as a cook so she can move with her sister Rose. They're stepfather is a perv and Gracie needs to get her sister away from him before he tries something.

    I love these books because it's about family sticking together and having each others back. They also take in others as part of their family. They all love each other and their parents. They all understand each other and are always their for each other. The Morenos are a very united family and Romero and Eric have been part of their family since they were kids.

    There was something that Gracie thought in the book that puzzled me. She thought Sal couldn't understand her because he doesn't have a sister. Sal has a sister which he, his brothers and friends are very over protective.

    I recommend this book just hope the author Elizabeth Reyes edits her books better. I want to read Alex and Romero's story which I hope is better edited.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2012

    As good as the rest

    I loved seeing the always calm, controlled and perfect Sal changed by love...just like his brothers when he fell hard for Gracie, he found out that when it comes to matters of the heart, nothing else matters...I loved the updates on everyone else at the end and the special story about Angel and Sarah with whom it all began...I'm sure I'll be reading the entire series again.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 18, 2013

    Great Series

    I enjoyed the entire series. All the stories were actually different, they were just told about the same group. It was nice that the stories filled in details from previous stories and were not just repeating exactly what happened in previous stories.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2013

    Love it

    A great story with a nice wrap up at the end of all the Moreno family I had fallen in love with.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2013

    Good read

    These boys or men however you want to look at them are quite a force to deal with. They love with there whole being to a point that it is considered dominating.

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