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Working With It

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Morgan Pottinger is counting the days until graduation. Her plans are to leave small town Kentucky and never look back. As she starts her senior year at Persimmon College, she finds herself the object of Nate Stevenson’s affections. Despite her spaz-like tendencies, Nate makes it clear he wants her. Morgan cannot resist the sexy, intelligent guy that keeps her on her toes ...more
Published June 22nd 2017 by Cass Alexander
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I see London, I see France…What is the most embarrassing thing you have ever faced? Who saw the event? For Morgan, let’s just say that short of toilet paper on her shoes, this was probably one of the worst things ever to happen and it is witnessed by none other than Nate Stevenson, school Brainiac, boy genius and total hottie. Oh yes, her senior year at Persimmon College is off and running.
For Morgan, her senior year at Persimmon was it, the last hurrah and her ticket out of her small town home
Rebecca Austin
Jun 21, 2017 rated it really liked it
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Morgan Pottinger is attending the school Persimmon with hopes of doing a semester abroad in Italy. She is kind of dating her high school boyfriend Alex Sandford but it's one of those relationships when they are home together they are dating and while they are off at school they aren't. Morgan is also a bit of a klutz and can't help but walk into walls and other hilarious things that keep the laughs going.

Nathaniel Stevenson is the future valedictorian and extremely good looking. Morgan is shock
Reckless Readers
Jun 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I think I finished this in less than three hours. I could be mistaken because I was so engrossed in the Morgan drama that I wasn't able to be pulled out of this book! It's such an easy read that before you know it, it's the END! Gah I feel greedy, I wanted more! It was nice that the male lead was the smart one for once and not just the girl. It definitely does have it's advantages. Morgan and Nate are hilarious together and you never know if she's going to make you laugh or run into something! I ...more
This book is a hot mess of fun and I enjoyed every minute of this story. I didn't realize until I started that this is part of a series, and while the characters from the earlier books are in this story, you can still read this as a standalone and not feel lost.

Morgan is that one person we've all known at some point in our lives: lovable, sweet, quirky, maybe not that coordinated, but has a heart of gold. She's also got one helluva a moral compass, which is the reason why she's not crossing boun
Ari Meghlen
Apr 09, 2018 rated it really liked it
This is the third book in the Persimmon series and this couple are definitely the best in my opinion. From Morgan's klutz-y ways and drama-filled life, to Nate's constant overthinking and teasing.

Of the three Persimmon books, I think the male protagonist in this book is the best. While still a little 'alpha-male'-ish, he is a sweet guy. Their budding romance shows as friends building into more which always pulls a little more at my heart strings.

The pair are both already dating others when they
R.J. Groves
Aug 12, 2017 rated it it was amazing
"Working With It" is the third book in the Persimmon series and also my favourite :) Nate and Morgan are destined to be together, but due to the very important fact of each of them being in another relationship, they have to tame their desires. Well, it was easy enough for Nate to become single, but the seemingly endless stream of complications for Morgan and her breakup attempts had me both laughing and frustrated along with her. This book didn't take me too long to read - mostly because I just ...more
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Cass Alexander is the pen name of a Southern born and bred public school teacher. Her brother, who insists she address him as, The Prince of Darkness, gave her the nom de plume after warning Cass that her book’s content may scar her sons for life.

She’s a connoisseur of fine humor, hilarious insults, and all things chocolate, preferably dark (like her humor). Oh, and wine. Let’s not forget the wine
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