A dress store owner who thinks big. A fallen soap opera star who's out of luck. Second chance love is a spectator sport…
Pin-up clothing store owner Madeline Evans always spends her July 4th on the beach writing down her goals. As she perfects her life improvement plan, she keeps an eye out for her fantasy man. Every year, she watches her almost-prom-date-turned-famous-actor jog along the same beach where she writes her resolutions. But she never expected to actually have to talk to him…
Cal Greyson's acting career just took a sharp turn for the worse. After losing his bid to star in a blockbuster flick, his steady job at a soap opera is cut short in the most embarrassing way possible. It's the cherry on the sundae when he falls down during his annual jog through his hometown beach. As the onlookers start recording with their smartphones, he's rescued by the most surprising person imaginable…
The former high school classmates hide out in Madeline's house until the coast is clear. As they revisit the past, a little white lie Madeline spread about Cal in her youth may keep them from fantasizing about their future…
Head Over Heels is a standalone romantic comedy set in the Sanctuary series. If you like pulse-pounding chemistry, silly hijinks, and true-to-life characters, then you'll love Evie Snow's second chance story.
About the Author
Evie Snow is the pseudonym for a globe-trotting writing team working towards their very own Happily Ever After:
Best-selling author Georgina Penney does the actual writing and reads far too many books.
Her husband, Tony Johnson (AKA The Kraken) helps out with plot wrangling and is in charge of caffeine distribution.
Franky, their surly cat also helps by running the complaints department from his hiding place under the coffee table.
When not writing warm and funny contemporary romance, Georgina and Tony can currently be found roaming the wilds of England & Scotland, hiking valiantly from café to tea shop in a never-ending quest to find the perfect scone.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Very short but very funny story about Cal and Madeline (and her crazy family too). Loved it!