Discover the magic of New York Times best seller Melissa Foster's writing and see why millions have fallen in love with the fiercely loyal and sassily sexy characters in the Love in Bloom big-family romance collection. Love in Bloom novels are written to stand alone or may be enjoyed as part of the larger series, so dive right into this fun, sexy romance featuring Graham Braden's business partner, Knox Bentley!
In Making You Mine...
Knox Bentley never liked the pomp and circumstance that came with being wealthy. He'd distanced himself from his pretentious family and their fortune as a young adult and found his own path to success. But even with the world at his fingertips, he realizes something is missing, and after a long stay overseas, he finally knows exactly what it is. His no-strings-attached hookups with Aubrey Stewart, an exquisite and stubbornly independent blonde, are no longer enough for him. They connect on every level, but Aubrey is a fierce businesswoman with a new movie channel on the horizon and no time for much else. She is the deal he can't close, the precious jewel even his billions can't buy. Now that he's back in the States, he's determined to show her that what they have goes beyond the bedroom and finally make her his.
Love in Bloom novels feature alpha-male heroes and sexy, empowered women. They're flawed, funny, passionate, and relatable to listeners who enjoy contemporary romance and women's fiction. For avid fans of the Love in Bloom series, you may have met sexy and hilarious Knox Bentley, Graham Braden's business partner, in Trails of Love, and Aubrey Stewart, one of the badass billionaire founders of the Ladies Who Write (LWW), in Anything for Love.
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He's determined to win his girl!
I listened to the audio version of this book. I have listened to most of this series and really enjoyed Making You Mine. Aubrey is a successful business woman, not a giggly young woman sitting around waiting for her man to show up.
Knox may be a billionaire used to getting what he wants, but convincing Aubrey that they are good for more than the occasional hook up at conferences may be the biggest challenge he's ever faced.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. All thoughts are my own.
Knox and Aubrey
I listened to the audiobook after reading Making You Mine and I’m glad I did. Good narrators can take an already great book to the next level. This was the case with Jason Clarke and Andi Arndt. They were perfect. Jason Clarke in particular did an amazing job when reading both Knox and his brother Landon, making you forget it was the same man narrating both men. Andi Arndt has become a favorite of mine.
You can expect plenty of steam in Making You Mine, humor and a love story worth reading. A twist that I really loved - the hero wanting more and doing everything in his power to show Aubrey how right they are outside the bedroom as well as in bed. There are so many moments that I loved, but in truth it’s Knox’s unwavering faith in them as a couple that had my heart.
Knox Bentley is a swoon worthy hero. The “no strings” ongoing hookups with Aubrey Stewart is more than that, and Knox wants a real relationship with Aubrey, but first he has to convince her. She’s perfectly content with things as they are, at least she’s convinced herself of that, but she’s afraid to admit that what they have and what they share is the real deal. Both are determined, stubborn and highly successful people and Knox is not easily swayed from pursuing what he wants and what he wants is Aubrey. Aubrey’s vulnerability shines through making you understand why Know loves her so much.
The supporting characters are always a plus. Melissa weaves them beautifully into each of her books, keeping them real and relevant to the stories. The only disappointment is when the book ends - she always leaves you wanting more!
Making You Mine hits all the tight notes for love.
Arndt and Clarke make beautiful music together. With tender loving care they turn Melissa's battle of hearts into a duet of love. Knox and Aubrey were already a beautiful heartache. Foster grabs readers by the heartstrings with an enduring love that at moments reads like a foolish heart, but as always leaves a lasting impression. Making You Mine hits all the right notes for love.