Whatever You Do (Try Again, #2)

Whatever You Do (Try Again, #2)

by Stephanie Smith

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How do you trust someone who is everything you’re trying to avoid?

Harper Lindell is having a bad day. You know, if a bad day consists of getting fired from your cushy job and then catching your boyfriend red handed playing hide the salami.

Sick of meeting the same guys over and over, Harper decides to try her luck at Internet dating. How bad could it be? Right?

Tate Washington wasn’t looking to meet anyone. Still dealing with the consequences of his one serious relationship, all he’s interested in is revamping his family’s behind-the-times café.

He didn’t plan on seeing the beautiful receptionist from Argo again, walking into his life to use his café as a dating hub, and using him as a BFF.

Can Harper really trust Tate, who is everything she thinks she needs to steer clear of?

Can Tate wait while Harper works through her insecurities and fears?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151683906
Publisher: Stephanie Smith
Publication date: 01/13/2015
Series: Try Again , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

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Whatever You Do (Try Again, #2) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book
badkat17us More than 1 year ago
Harper is having the worst day of her life. First she gets fired from her job at Argo, and then she catches her boyfriend hiding his sausage in someone else. So she decides to go visit Brooke at her new gallery she opened with Saxon. She gets there at tells Brooke everything that happened from the time she woke up this morning till she got there. Brooke tells her that it is a sign that she should accept the job Brooke has been offering her for the last 6 months. So she does, Brooke tells her to take the rest of the week off and start fresh Monday. Harper has never had any luck in the boyfriend department they all seem to cheat on her. So she decides she is going to try online dating. At least then she can screen them first. During her week off Harper gets a lot done. She cleans her house, gets rid of all the left over take and creates her dating profile. Come Monday to goes to the gallery to start her new job working for Brooke, she also has her first date that night. She plans at her date at her favorite Italian coffee shop. When she arrives at the café for her first internet date she is greeted by Tate. Harper is attracted to Tate but she thinks he is just like all the other hot guys she has encountered, only interested in sex not settling down. Tate is attracted to Harper as well he calls her Daisy. He thinks so is too pretty to be dating online. He hasn’t had the best luck in the dating department either. He comes off different than he really is, he doesn’t want to get hurt again. Daisy quickly realizes the dates she is finding online aren’t any better than the ones she finds off line. They are different just not any better, dud after dud after dud. She continues to have the dates at the café where Tate works. He doesn’t understand why she won’t go out with him. She points out that he hasn’t actually asked her on a date just back to her apartment. So he asks her on a real date and she accepts. She finds herself very attracted to Tate but is afraid of getting hurt again. Will Harper take a chance on Tate? Will Tate be the one for Harper? Harper is so worried about getting hurt herself she forgets she isn’t the only one in this. She forgets that Tate could get hurt too? She is terribly insecure. Tate has been hurt in the past and his past is part of his future. He feels responsible for the girl in his past. I really liked this book. Harper and Tate are great characters. It was fun to hear more about Brooke and Saxon as well. Brooke and Saxon are so happy together. Brooke wants to help Harper find someone also. She is there for Harper as a sounding board. She helps her pick up the pieces and tells what she needs to hear when that is needed. In this book I felt more for Tate. No matter how hard he tried Harper still had doubts. They would be a great couple if Harper could just stop lumping him in with all the guys from her past. She needs to let he speak for himself. Harper really finds herself in this book. She grows up a lot and learns how to trust people. I can’t wait to read the next book in this series. I was given this book in return for an honest review.
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