The Whole Package

When former Marine Reid Griffith started his moving company, hiring only veterans, he just wanted to help his brother Cash adjust to civilian life. But when Cash is caught taking down a thief mid-robbery, the video goes viral. Suddenly Vets on the Go! are local heroes…and Reid’s phone explodes. He needs help handling the deluge of interest—fast.
When PR expert Naomi Starr sees the news spot of a muscular vet expertly apprehending a bad guy with duct tape, she knows Vets on the Go! is just the thing to revive her career. There’s just one problem. Naomi has vowed to never mix business with pleasure. Ever. Again. And tall, dark and brawny Reid Griffith is a whole package of temptation.

My Review

I really liked the concept of Reid and his brother, Cash's business. A moving company that hires veterans. Instantly, I was rooting for the brothers. Although, I will admit that Cash won me over first before Reid. This is because Cash has a more outgoing personality. While, this story is Reid and Naomi's story, I was glad to see Cash featured as well. While, I may not have enjoyed this book, I do want to read Cash's story.

The reason that I struggled with this book is because I had trouble finding a deep emotional connect towards Reid and Naomi. Additionally, if you have read many romance stories; this book follows the same layout...guy meets woman...guy and woman fall for each other and hook up...there are troubled waters...guy and woman make up and find their happy ending. Not that there is anything wrong with this storyline. I love a great romance story. Just for this to work, you have to find that close connection towards the characters. I felt like I did not get the "whole package" as it was missing some key elements for me.

You can check out this book on Netgalley until January 29, 2019.



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