“Virtue! Is that all you’re worried about? The woman’s on trial for murder!”
Grace Davenport is either the unluckiest woman alive–or a killer. When
her third husband is found dead, she is arrested for his murder.
Attorney Brock Daniels isn’t interested in the case–until he meets his beautiful client. Only a miracle will prove her innocence, but the joining of two lonely hearts may be their saving grace.
It all started with an ad in a mail-order bride catalogue . . .
Mary-Jo has traveled halfway across the country to meet her match, arriving just in time for his funeral. Returning home seems like her only option until her would-be brother-in-law proposes a more daring idea.
THEY WERE FROM OPPOSITE WORLDS…
Libby Summerfield can’t wait to get out of Deadman’s Gulch—a lawless mining town filled with gunfights, brawls, and uncivilized mountain men—men like Logan St. John. Stranded there with a new baby, the pretty widow tries to make the best of it. But she vows to return to the refinement of Boston as soon as the weather clears and the stage resumes its run. Maybe then her heart would stop quickening at the thought of Logan’s gentle touch.
…AND IN AN IMPOSSIBLE SITUATION
Logan St. John knows Deadman’s Gulch is no place for a woman—especially one who single-handedly turns him into a church-going family man. Of all the crazy things! The sooner she and her precious baby leave for Boston the better. But how could he stand to lose this spirited woman who tamed this wild western town—and melted his heart of stone forever?
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.
A feisty widow; a dashing outlaw—something’s definitely afoot.
Beautiful Maggie Turner was the soul of respectability, determined to earn an honest living for herself and her town children in rough and tumble nineteenth century California.
Dominick Sanders was shrouded in mystery, known to Maggie as the notorious Kissing Bandit—a man who kissed the women in the stages he robbed! It was enough to make Maggie’s blood boil—and heart pound faster.
But now these two are thrown together in a mock marriage designed to deceive the world. Maggie has no choice but to play along—or else risk losing everything she’s ever worked for, including the man she has no business loving.
RT Book Review …
There is nothing like a good laugh combined with a captivating read to brighten the day and Margaret Brownley’s High Button Shoes is the perfect pick-me-up.
This book is sheer delight. This amusing, yet poignant tale evokes the atmosphere of the West, the hardships faced by single women, and the joys, pleasures and most of all, dangers of falling in love. Readers will be enchanted by Ms. Brownley’s imaginative love story and find themselves smiling with glee as Maggie and Dominick play out their masquerade.
RT Kiss in Shining Knight Award (K.I.S.S) …
If a sense of humor combined with a bit of arrogance and sensitivity is your ideal man than you’ll love Margaret Brownley’s Dominick Sanders in High Button Shoes.