Series: Road Trip Romance #1
thing he’s learned living in his close-knit community, it’s that they look out
for one another.With a life-threatening winter storm approaching, it’s no surprise Max is
concerned for the residents of his beloved small town. But it’s his new neighbor
that really has him worried. With the power out and temperatures plummeting,
Max does what any good neighbor would do. He offers her a place to stay.
Finding a decent man is hard enough. But for Eleanor Page it’s even
Because she’s a self-made billionaire. And that seems to be difficult for the
men she meets to handle.
So when her rugged, handsome neighbor shows up on her doorstep during a massive
storm, Eleanor is a bit shell-shocked. While she initially rejects his offer,
it’s isn’t long before she has no other option.
As the snow piles up outside and Max turns on the charm, Eleanor struggles to
share the truth about who she is.
But when tragedy strikes and Eleanor tips the scales, she wonders if she’s lost
her chance at love.
Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Stars
This starts off with a hilariously awkward meet-cute. Florida native Eleanor has no idea what to expect when she finds herself facing her first Maine snowstorm. Luckily, hot neighbor Max checks in on her and offers to help her ride out the storm. She’s had a crush on him since she moved in, but he has been so wrapped up in his own life, he barely noticed her. But once he does, his eyes are wide open.
Ella and Max fall hard and fast for one another during the blizzard, but will the secret she’s been keeping keep them apart once they emerge from their blissful cocoon?
Tip The Scales was a short and lighthearted read. There are some twists in the story, but it’s fairly angst-free and a shorter story that’s great to read on a binge. I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.
married mother of two boys residing in a small town in northeastern
Pennsylvania, where she graduated from Lafayette College in 2004 with two
degrees (one in English and one in Economics & Business). Following a brief
stint in the insurance and financial services industry, Evans realized the
career was not for her and went on to manage her husband’s performance
automotive business. She even drove the shop’s race cars! Looking for more
personal fulfillment after eleven years in the automotive industry, Andrea
decided to pursue her dream of becoming a writer.
to help administratively with her husband’s businesses, she spends most of her
time writing and homeschooling her two boys. When she finds scraps of spare
time, Evans enjoys reading, doing yoga, watching NY Rangers hockey, dancing,
and vacationing with her family. Andrea, her husband, and her children are
currently working on taking road trips to visit all 50 states (though, Alaska
and Hawaii might require flights).