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"Readers will sit down, read this book from cover to cover in one sitting, and then pick it up to read it all over again." —RT Book Reviews, Five Stars GOLD for Just the Thing
Always the caretaker, former Marine Reid Griffith wants to help his brother adjust to civilian life…and help other former servicemen. What better way to utilize their brawn, discipline, and charm than a moving company that hires veterans? But although Reid prides himself on being strategic, he certainly doesn't plan to fall in the spotlight of one brilliant—and beautiful—PR whiz...
PR expert Naomi Starr is determined to bring Vets on the Go! into the spotlight. But when she meets Reid, it might mean breaking her rule to never mix business with pleasure. Especially once she discovers that underneath Reid's sexy rough-and-tumble exterior is a vulnerable man who just might need what she's got to give.
Movin' On Series
The Whole Package (Book 1)
Smooth Moves (Book 2)
Praise for Marie Harte:
"Any Marie Harte book is a good read and The Only Thing is no exception."—RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars for The Only Thing
"A sexy romance that…tempers intense emotionalism and sensuality with sweet and comedic elements."—Kirkus for Just the Thing
"A must read." —Night Owl Romance Top Pick! for Just the Thing
Harte (The Troublemaker Next Door) launches her Movin' On series with a spicy but flawed story about family ties and new beginnings. Ever the caretaker, former Marine Reid Griffin founded his all-veteran moving company to help his troublemaking big brother, Cash, adjust to civilian life. When Cash foils a robbery on the job, the company lands in the media spotlight. PR expert Naomi Starr knows Reid's company is the perfect client to help her fledgling PR firm, after her last job ended very badly. But neither Reid nor Naomi planned on falling so hard and so fast. They're not sure whether their connection is purely physical desire or love that could help heal the wounds in their pasts. Harte has created a rich world, populated by a couple with tangible chemistry and a supporting cast who help their relationship develop in unexpectedly charming ways. Despite moments of emotional maturity, the story as a whole isn't able to overcome the veterans' stereotypical hypermasculinity, keeping the final resolution from feeling as satisfying as it might be. Nonetheless, this is a strong series start that will have fans of mega-alphas eager for more.