Making You Mine

(4 customer reviews)


Discover the magic of New York Times bestseller Melissa Foster’s writing and see why millions of readers 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 USA Today Bestseller 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.

4 reviews for Making You Mine

  1. Felicia Steele

    Making You Mine by Melissa Foster is a contemporary romance that I listened to on audio narrated by Andi Arndt and Jason Clarke.

    I absolutely love Melissa’s books! They always leave you with a smile. You can’t help but fall in love with Knox and Aubrey. I can’t wait to read more books from The Bradens and Montgomerys: Pleasant Hill – Oak Falls Series. I love that each book can be read as a standalone.

    Andi and Jason did an amazing job on the narration. I can’t wait to listen to more of their projects in the future.

  2. Patricia Reichardt

    There is something to be said when you listen to a book and you just fall into the story. When I started it, I immediately fell for this couple. I knew they started out as a physical attraction, hooking up, but as I got to know Knox and Aubrey, I was just hoping it would turn into more…just like Knox did. Their chemistry is off the charts, but is it enough to turn into a relationship? Knox is such a guy. He knows what he wants and is going after it full force. He is so giving to all he loves and it’s impossible not to love him, even with his flaws. Aubrey is amazing. Smart, beautiful and just not quite there. You just want to push her! But there is a lot more to this than meets the eye. Foster factors in so many things, jobs, family, relationships, it’s all there interfering with life, realistic and true. I love this couple, may be my favorite of all so far in the Melissa Foster family.

    Andi Arndt and Jason Clarke are a dream team, and they bring it for this narration. They compliment each other so well, and find the niche of their characters so they are believable. I loved their performance.

  3. Isha Coleman

    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.

  4. Carole Wooten

    This really was the perfect book to pick up during a rather stressful week. I found this to be a really enjoyable and uncomplicated romance. I have read a few titles published under Melissa Foster’s pen name that she uses for her sweeter titles, Addison Cole, but this is the first I have read with Melissa Foster listed as the author. This book is part of a series but I read it as a stand-alone and thought it worked perfectly fine on its own. I definitely had a good time with this delightful romance.

    Knox and Aubrey aren’t strangers to each other. They have been hooking up with each other after different events for quite a while. They both want to keep it no-strings-attached until Knox decides that he wants more. I loved watching Knox convince Aubrey to give him a chance. They really make a fantastic couple and had a lot of wonderful chemistry. There weren’t a lot of obstacles to their relationship and I thought it was fun to watch them fall for each other.

    Andi Arndt and Jason Clarke both did a fantastic job with the narration. I thought that they both handled all of the character voices very well and brought a lot of emotion to the story. Andi Arndt has been a favorite narrator of mine for a long time and I could see myself adding Jason Clarke’s name to that list. They both read at a very nice pace and I feel like their performance added to my enjoyment of the story.

    I would recommend this book to others. I found this to be a very enjoyable romance filled with wonderful characters. I wouldn’t hesitate to read more of Melissa Foster’s work in the future.

    I received a copy of this audiobook from the author/publicist.

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