Kate Whittaker will never find a husband as long as she keeps shocking the town with her newfangled inventions.
Despite her lovely red-blond hair and exquisite looks, unconventional Kate Whittaker will never find a husband as long as she keeps shocking the town with her newfangled inventions. That is just fine with Kate—until she meets handsome Jonas Hunter, who dares to claim her inventions as his.
Jonas is stunned to discover that this infuriating woman is stealing his ideas. But his fury doesn’t work on her—it just makes Kate angry.
When Jonas tries to trick Kate into admitting she stole his idea, the ploy fails. When he attempts a little romance, it backfires—Jonas never meant to have his heart stolen. But love proves to be a very old invention—one that is made to be shared.
Reviews of Head Over Heels ...
Romantic Times …
A parade of inventions appear in Ms Brownley’s charming story, but none more interesting than the explosions these two characters create. This warm-hearted story will hold a special place on readers’ shelves.
Literary Times …
Once again Ms. Brownley succeeds in creating witty, touching characters! A clever, comical trip through the late 1800s. Charming and funny, touching in all the right places.
Paperback Forum …
Head Over Heels is rollicking good fun! Full of word play, and the antics of Hogs Head residents, Ms Brownley’s latest is romance and humor at its best.
Affaire de Coeur …
Margaret Brownley has gifted her readers with a rambunctious romp filled with clever dialect, deft characterizations and plenty of “explosive” action. For just the right blend and affection, humor and heart-warming romance, don’t miss this book!
Head Over Heels is a witty, humorous, thoroughly entertaining book. When these two absent-minded inventors meet, it’s more explosive than any experimental invention gone wrong. A must read, this book is full of laughter and love and will satisfy any reader.
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About the Author
So that’s what Margaret did. She now has more than twenty-five novels to her credit, is a New York Times bestselling author and Romance Writers of America RITA finalist—not bad for someone who flunked 8th grade English. Just don’t ask her to diagram a sentence.
Margaret can also be reached through Facebook and Twitter
If you liked Kate’s and Jonas’s story you might like some of Margaret’s other books available in both print and eBook from Thomas Nelson or where all fine books are sold.
Brides of Last Chance Ranch series
Dawn Comes Early
Waiting for Morning/Dec 2012
Look for Book #3 in 2013
Rocky Creek series
A Lady Like Sarah
A Suitor for Jenny
A Vision of Lucy
A Long Way Home
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Not believable but hey, its fiction. I didn't enjoy this one as much as the short story about the Nutcracker and the Texas Ranger. It was described as humorous but Aunt Hattie and her hearing was supposedly what was humorous. I was disappointed in this book. Doesn't mean I won't read more by ths writer. There was no porn and that is a definite plus!
Waste of time
The story is about two inventors, a cripled orphan, a hard-of-hearing aunt, and a lovable uncle. Filled with humor on every page, this is a fun love story to read! I highly recommend it.
The characters were hilarious. The plot intersting. And the background stories of the main characters were great. Love their inventions. Love the explosions. Love how two stubborn people fall in love. And I love the crazy town and their quirky residents. Hope the author comes out with a sequel. I cant get enough of this crazy town.