What You Do to Me (The Haneys #1) Read Online Free - 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.
|Title||:||What You Do to Me (The Haneys #1)|
|Number of Pages||:||284 pages|
May 24, 2017
4 The Handsiest Handyman in the Twin Cities Stars
Some Spoilers and sexy construction worker gifs
What You Do To Me, the 1st book in The Haneys series was a lovely read. Barbara Longley did an amazing job at grabbing my attention and getting me invested not only in the main couple but in the lova...
October 11, 2016
"All it takes is the right person to change someone's mind about getting seriously involved. Most of the time, it's not even a conscious choice. We fall into involvement before we realize what's happening, whether we want to or not."
This was just an alright read for me. It's not that...
April 23, 2017
2.5 Sweet Stars
ARC generously provided by Netgalley
What you do to me is one of those feel-good books that are perfect summer reads, when you're laying on the beach, not a care in the world but a double mohijto on the sand next to you.
It was really well written, the only style complaint being the...
April 10, 2017
Verdict: Ok, so I am definitely in the minority because this just was not my cup of tea. For the first time in a long time, I put the book down after only a couple of pages and had very little interest in picking back up again. Just something about the premise rubbed me the wrong way. So, Sam the...
February 06, 2018
God, I loved this book so freaking much!
What You Do to Me is another dual POV from Sam and Haley. Sam is a super good handy man, for both his job and his other job. Read the book and find out what I really mean because I'm trying not to spoil it! Then there's Haley, who is against love right now...
November 02, 2016
Sam Haney of Haney & Sons Construction got his hands full with ladies whenever he did what he do best, being a handyman who repaired and fixed houses. His reputation was made known after a lady sang her praises about his special touch over a radio program. Oh man, suddenly all women want to e...
November 07, 2016
3.5 Stars - 3 Flames
Well now. We've got ourselves a male slut who gets called out and "then" wants to do something about it. Did that get your attention? It should. It's not everyday we get to read about a man whoring it up and then realizing it might be a bit too much. Ok, ok, that's not EXACTL...
November 02, 2016
Shelly's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
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 fe...
April 10, 2017
I read a lot of bizarre tropes, but this one was my first.
A mother who wants to set up her own daughter with a biggest manwhore in town whose slutty ways are well known to everyone (thanks to the radio show)! He literally slept with almost every second woman in town.
A handyman who...
August 27, 2016
I would like to thank NetGalley and the publisher, Montlake Romance for an ARC of "What You Do to Me" by Barbara Longley. I found this book to be an entertaining and enjoyable read that I can recommend. The characters are likeable and had relatable flaws. The author uses subtle humor and shows gr...