What You Do To ME is a funny, cute, sexy read…this book will have you turning the pages to see what is coming next. The book had many moments when you wanted to laugh, cry or just plain smack someone. ~ Shelly, Guilty Pleasures
Whether it’s repairing a home or taking care of clients’ other needs, Twin Cities handyman Sam Haney is in demand from his mostly female clientele. Despite Sam’s lothario reputation, love isn’t part of his portfolio. He’s built a lot of walls in his time, but the one that’s surrounded his heart ever since the death of his parents is his most solid yet.
Haley Cooper has had enough heartache for a lifetime. Her high school sweetheart up and moved to Indonesia—alone—just two weeks before their wedding. Her mother thinks it’s time for Haley to move on and contracts Sam to work on Haley’s wreck of a house—and anything else, if he’s got the notion.
Sparks fly and passion ignites. But Haley isn’t into Sam’s love-’em-and-leave-’em act. She wants something more. Fixing a house is one thing, but for this handyman, building a relationship will need a whole different set of skills.
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Haley Cooper is someone who is going to take the bull by the horn and finish remodeling her house on her own, till her mother decides to meddle in her life and shake things up. Now she has contractors coming to fix her house, but she has a few rules before they can start.
Sam Haney is the handyman that has become known as the handiest handyman in the Twin Cities after he comments on a radio station. But then he runs into the sweet sexy Haley and the sledgehammers and nails will start to fly, but Sam’s come to believe that love isn’t a part of his life, he isn’t looking to lose more people in his life.
What You Do To ME is a funny, cute, sexy read. With meddling family and hands on work, this book will have you turning the pages to see what is coming next. The book had many moments when you wanted to laugh, cry or just plain smack someone. The characters are down to earth and are brought into the story in a great flow.