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    Fun read

    As the youngest Greyson, Chelsea has had enough and desperately wants out from under her grandfather's control. Problem is all she knows is fashion and how to behave properly in any situation. Can she spin that into a carrier? Owen Masterson will definitely be a test. Talk about no social skills. Then he throws the craziest proposition her way and things really get wild. This was a fun read with some very intriguing characters. The writing is excellent and the author did a great job of giving a common trope a fresh look. I definitely recommend this one.
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    Sweet story, favorite of the series!

    Talk about sweet endings!!! I have loved each book in this series, but this one is by far my favorite. Chelsea has always been known as “the pretty one”. With no known talents, work experience or real guidance to lean on, she’s just kind of wandered through life living off her grandfather’s goodwill. Not that living that way didn’t demand a cost and the cost for her was her self esteem. Now she’s determined to step out of her comfort zone and make something of herself and with that decision made, she reaches out to Owen Masterson. While this is written entirely in the heroine’s point of view, it wasn’t hard to get a handle on what Owen might be feeling. He’s a bit nerdy, a lot behind on the times, and totally in need of repackaging. Both him and his business. I loved how he was pretty much speechless when he was with Chelsea in the beginning. It was obvious she had him tied in knots. Just the type of beta hero that I can totally get behind. This is a fast paced book with some serious sizzle. This couple were so cute together and I loved how their relationship evolved naturally, or so it seemed. Their conflict was a bit angsty because as the reader you just KNOW what they need to do, but those darn characters are stuck in their own heads. Nevertheless, they finally find their happy ever after but not before one of the sweetest, most poignant scenes I’ve ever read when a hero “grovels”. I need me an Owen!
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    Sweet

    This old fuddy duddy found herself a mess reading this book. I'm not sure why but it hit me hard. I had tears in my eyes and felt it as much as Chelsea. I will be honest that I wasn't so sure how it was going to work. This slightly unrealistic chance that all three arranged marriages would work out. But I don't read the genre for realism, I read it for a story. I read it for feels, smiles, and hopefully a happily ever after. You will get all that and more reading Packaged Husband.
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    2.5 Stars

    I usually enjoy Noelle Adams books but latest Packaged Husband was just an okay read. I found the main characters, Owen and Chelsea boring and their interactions seemed juvenile. The entire storyline was predictable and silly and just didn't draw me in. I'd give this one 2.5 stars.
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    Loved Owen!

    Book three in the series and we have the youngest sister Chelsea who is driven to get out from under demanding Granddad's thumb. He pays for everything. She decides to not go to work for the family business and since she feels she's been labeled the pretty one (but not too bright), needs to prove to herself she can make a go of this business. One of her first clients who needs rebranding is Owen, and his family business which is clothing stores. If anyone knows shopping it's Chelsea. Owen also needs a wife. Owen's much older than Chelsea, shy, socially awkward and wants the business to succeed. He needs Chelsea because she's the sidepiece that makes meeting with clients easier. She can schmooze with the best of them. Owen's business grows and so does their relationship. There's a couple interesting twists here also. I enjoyed seeing the other sisters and their spouses as well, and the seriously cranky, pushy Granddad. This wasn't my favorite book in the series. I loved the previous books, this one just didn't have the spark the others did. A little something missing, but still an okay read. I really loved watching Owen. He totally makes the story. arc from NetGalley and publisher for an honest review
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