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    Loved it!

    I loved this story! I found the storyline fun, fresh, and I adored these characters. All of them, especially say whatever he's thinking Cash. Can't wait for his story! A moving company with all that military brawn? Yes, please! Public relations whiz Naomi Starr is determined to help Vets on the Go get their business to the next level. While Naomi has a firm no dating clients rule, Reid Griffith might be worth breaking it. Reid is focused on getting the business firmly in the black while keeping his brother Cash and the rest of the vets they employ on the straight and narrow. What he needs is a little distraction and Naomi Starr may just be what the doctor order. This is a well written book with a good storyline and nicely developed characters. Naomi is a good strong character and Reid is - well, Reid! I would definitely recommend this one.
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    4 Whole Stars

    Naomi Starr is a PR expert and she is determined to bring Vets on the Go! into the spotlight, but meeting Reid, might just mean breaking her rule to never mix business with pleasure. Determined to help his brother and other former servicemen, former Marine Reid Griffith finds himself caught up in trying to get a moving company off the ground, but he certainly doesn’t plan on falling in the spotlight of the brilliant – and beautiful – PR whiz. The series starts off with a sweet, moving romance that gets readers motors running and pulses pounding. The characters are strong, endearing and easily captures readers’ hearts and attentions. The chemistry between Naomi and Reid sizzles with lots of electrical current but Naomi is determined to keep to her rule about not mixing business with pleasure which keeps the relationship interesting to say the least. Lots of emotions flow from the pages of this story from the intensely emotional feelings that comes from falling in love and interfering past issued to fun and laughter in the interactions of this delightful and eccentric moving crew that most readers will agree, can move anything they want, anytime they want. The plot is steady paced and has a bit of suspense and intrigue that comes from building up businesses, hiring and firing, siblings and general friction between coworkers and ex-coworkers, in other words a realistic feeling, sweet, cute and fun read that readers can sink their teeth into.
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    Enyoabell read

    Great book about ex-Military veteran Reid who is trying to run moving company with his brother and finds love with PR Naomi. Naomi wants to grove her company and finding Reids she sees perfect opportunity. At first, all is business but it soon becomes more. The attraction that boils between them soon erupts. But Reid is having family issues and so does Naomi and also she doesn't want to make the mistake from the past again. Both Naomi and Reid are great and make an amazing couple. I just didn't understand brothers POV in the book doesn't that mean that the next book will be about him? I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    3.75⭐ A good start to the series.

    The Whole Package was an engaging story. That had moments of angst, heat and fun. Plus, it was at times entertaining. But it didn't necessarily flow what with all the different characters introduced. Not to mention at points it felt more like Cash's story rather than his brothers Reids. Yet, I did like both of those characters, although they weren't necessarily very memorable. As for the romance between Reid and Naomi, I did enjoy it and I liked the idea of this story. And I do think this series has plenty of potential. So I would check out the next book, when it's released later this year. **I was kindly provided with an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest return**
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    Good Read

    3 Stars Review by Elizabeth Late Night Reviewer Up All Night w/ Books Blog Reid is part owner of, Vets On The Go! with his brother and cousin. Vets On The Go! specializes in moving people and hiring people that have served in the military. Naomi has recently branched out and now owns her own PR firm. When she sees Vets On The Go! on the news for a heroic act, she is determined that they need her help handling all the PR that is coming their way. Reid and Naomi are instantly attracted to one another but fight it. Typically, I love reading Military Romances because they are my absolute favorite. However, The Whole Package, was missing something. It seemed that the chemistry between Reid and Naomi was a bit forced at times. While I liked the concept of Vets On The Go! there was just way too many characters surrounding it and the plot lines. I will not say it was hard to follow but I did get confused a bit while reading it. Granted it was a good read despite having to push myself through the book. I am disappointed in myself that I could not connect with the characters to give them justice or a great review. I will be reading more of Marie Harte’s work because she is a talented author. Do not let my review stop you from reading The Whole Package. This is just my own personal opinion and your opinion could be entirely different. I encourage you to give it a shot before canceling this book out.
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