ARC / Book Review: Call Her Mine


Call Her Mine

By: Melissa Foster

If a woman can’t find love in the quaint town of Harmony Pointe, it’s sure to find them—whether they’re looking for it or not. Here, the remaining single Dalton siblings are about to discover that they’re next in line to get swept away by love. A sweet and sexy spin-off of Melissa’s beloved Sugar Lake series.

Ben Dalton has always been honest, except where his heart is concerned. He’s been in love with his best friend—saucy, smart-mouthed Aurelia Stark—forever. But Ben’s a planner, and timing has never been on his side. When he finally decides to make his move, Aurelia beats him to the punch with a move of her own—to a different town.

Aurelia loves her new life in the charming town of Harmony Pointe. She has a great apartment and her very own bookstore, and best of all, the sinfully hot, commitment-phobic friend she’s crushed on for years is no longer just around the corner. Maybe she’ll finally be able to leave her unrequited love behind and move on.

But when a baby is left on Ben’s front porch—a baby that is presumably his—Aurelia is there for him. Neither one knows the first thing about babies, but how hard can it be? Ben and Aurelia are catapulted into a world of love, laughter, and tracking down the baby mama, and it might even add up to a very happily ever after . . . just not one either of them expects.

Review by Jennifer Mitchell, Bibliolater

Genre: Romance

Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟

Special thanks to Melissa Foster, Lisa Filipe, Netgalley and Montlake Romance for an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review.

Call Her Mine by Melissa Foster is such a sweet and gushingly romantic story. Aurelia and Ben are childhood best friends who both have unrequited feelings towards each other. Friends to lovers is one of my favorite romance troupes in the world! When a baby is left of Ben’s doorstep, the two are forced to confront their feelings for each other once and for all.

There are just so many things (for lack of a better word) that I love about Call Her Mine. Here are favorites:

Ben with his Clark Kent hotness is definite book boyfriend material….but ladies and gentlemen, Ben only has eyes for Aurelia which makes him EVEN more swoon-worthy. He simply adores her. He is crazy romantic with his words and his small and grand gestures. He not only makes you swoon but also melts your heart.

The drama Ben and Aurelia face is of a different kind and I am ALL ABOUT IT. Their drama revolves around caring for an abandoned baby which calls for all types of scenes: funny, sad, dramatic, romantic, etc, etc, etc. As a mother, the scenes were all so realistic. I also like the reasoning behind the baby being left. It’s both heartbreaking and oddly fulfilling.

The scene where Ben finally confesses his feelings for Aurelia was ON POINT. It has all the feels that romance readers will love. In fact, I reread it a couple of times….and then some more. It is one of the best scenes in the entire book.


A must read for romance readers. Call Her Mine will make your heart smile. I gushed so hard that I hope my review reflects that. Go read it!

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**This book is published by Montlake (an Amazon imprint) and won’t be available on other ebook retailers, but you can download a FREE Kindle ereader app to read it (link below) or order the paperback. ➜

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About the Author

Melissa Foster is a New York Times & USA Today bestselling and award-winning author. She writes sexy and heartwarming contemporary romance and new adult romance with emotionally compelling characters that stay with you long after you turn the last page. Melissa’s emotional journeys are lovingly erotic and always family oriented–perfect beach reads for contemporary romance lovers who enjoy reading about wealthy heroes and smart, sassy heroines.

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