He may be all brawn
But when it really counts… His heart is all gold
Former Marine Cash Griffith is a brawny beacon for trouble, always finishing a fight that someone else starts. Working at his family’s moving company, he does his best to keep a low profile, but he can’t help but tangle with the newest employee, Jordan Fleming.
When Jordan joins Vets on the Go! she has her hands full with her new job and her rebellious teenage brother, not to mention going toe to toe with the obnoxious, arrogant, incredibly hot Marine at work. Soon their battles turn to camaraderie, and one kiss leads to a connection neither of them expected. But when dark secrets come to light, will their bond break…or strengthen into a happily-ever-after they desperately desire?
Movin’ On series:
The Whole Package (Book 1)
Smooth Moves (Book 2)
Handle with Care (Book 3)
Praise for Marie Harte:
“A blazing hot, emotionally intense love story.” —Kirkus Reviews for A Sure Thing
“This is truly a must-read!” —Night Owl Reviews Top Pick for Roadside Assistance
“Sexy, sweet, and thoroughly satisfying.”—LAUREN LAYNE, New York Times bestselling author for The Whole Package
Customer ReviewsSee All
This was such a fun book for me. I know that Cash is a hero that not everyone is going to love because he can come off as obnoxious, but I never felt that way about him when we got to know him in book 1.
To me Cash is this big teddy bear that likes to poke other bears to get them riled up. I actually had fun with his character... maybe because I'm kind of like him. I enjoy that friendly fire and camaraderie you can have with someone who truly knows your not being mean, just playful.
Cash was also a very protective guy. He always jumped into helping someone in a bad situation even if it was dangerous. The poor guy got beat on the regular. I also can not deny how hot he was whenever we got to see him lusting after Jordan. He could get growly and very jealous. I loved it.
Jordan is another character that some may think is too aggressive at times. What I saw was a woman who wanted to be strong and independent an yet still be seen as a woman. I liked that she could kick some serious butt and take names.
Jordan and Cash were perfectly compatible and I got such a kick out of their story. I do think most readers could read this as a standalone even though we meet these two in book 1. Of course you may be more invested in them if you got to see them from the beginning.
I'm really looking forward to more in this series. There are so many good side characters that really add to the enjoyment of this series. I can't decide if I want Evan or Smith's story next. Either way, I'll be happy!