Today we are celebrating the release of a brand new standalone title from Marie Harte. SMOOTH MOVES is on sale now, and you will not want to miss this series! Be sure to follow Marie for exclusive updates about the book and the Veteran Movers series.
Smooth Moves by Marie Harte (Veteran Movers, #2)
Ex-Marine Cash Griffith is a beacon for trouble. Working for the family moving company, he does his best to keep a low profile, but he can’t help finishing a fight someone else starts. There’s one person at work who annoys and baffles him. But if he even thought about taking her on, she’d put him down. Hard. Which is a real problem, because Cash wants nothing more than to tangle with sexy Jordan Fleming.
The ex-Army MP has her hands full with her new job and her rebellious teenage brother. Getting him through summer school is a chore. Figuring out what to do with her life now that she’s a civilian is disheartening. But one thing she lives for—doing battle with the obnoxious, arrogant, incredibly hot Marine at work.
Their battles turn into true camaraderie, then into something more. Helping each other out with family problems, Cash and Jordan learn to trust each other. One kiss leads to another, and friendship starts turning to love. But when dangerous secrets come to light, their bond will either break or strengthen into a future they both deserve.
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Caffeine addict, boy referee, and romance aficionado, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Marie Harte has over 100 books published with more constantly on the way. She’s a confessed bibliophile and devotee of action movies. Whether hiking in Central Oregon, biking around town, or hanging at the local tea shop, she’s constantly plotting to give everyone a happily ever after. Visit http://marieharte.com and fall in love.
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Two brothers Reid and Cash, managing Vets On The Go, employed military and provided exceptional services for the local moving needs of Seattle’s citizens. The first had found the one and the second was having too much fun arguing with the sexy military, Jordan who was definitely pushing his buttons like no one else. But what if the real thing was in front of him?
I appreciated their story about people who trying to adjust to civil life and keeping their business in the family. Everyone who worked for them became as well family. A range of individuals from a variety backgrounds.
The chemistry between Cash and Jordan was sinfully hot and the back and forth was deliciously charming and refreshing. There was no games, just the possibility of something more and real, beneath the surface, seeing all the things that one could see, the scars and deep wounds and always supporting the other, with best interest at hearts even if sometimes it could lead to some point of conflicts resulting from their actions.
Anyway, ‘Smooth Moves’ was an actually emotional read with a quirky sense of humor and characters who created such a great heartfelt story.
I had a spot for families stories and it worked smoothly, interesting so I couldn’t wait to read on.