A farmboy and a techie meet up on tour. They couldn't be more different. But together, they're hotter than an overclocked computer chip.
Nerdy computer scientist Sam didn't mean to bring her dog to her mother's stuffy fundraiser. Okay, she may have needed the excuse to get back to her research, but she doesn't mean for Bilbo Baggins to escape. And she *really* doesn't count on a sexy lumberjack rescuing him from a socialite's stiletto heel.
Flannel-wearing fantasy writer Niall is bewitched. The owner of the dog he's just rescued has a special kind of magic - ethereal beauty plus a brilliant mind. Niall falls faster than a tree in an enchanted forest, especially after his writer's block disappears.
Thrown together on a joint book tour, it doesn't take long for Niall and Sam's red-hot chemistry to ignite. But Sam has a secret, one that'll rip apart everything Niall values. One that will chop down their budding relationship and might blue-screen her dreams, too.
Trip Me Up is an opposites-attract, road-trip romantic comedy featuring a geeky heroine, a sexy, farmboy writer, and a limelight-stealing dog. It can be read as a standalone and is the third book in the Synergy series.
Trip Me Up
Interesting Story Line. Liked the 2 main characters. The way it changed and emotions started to change. Writers, story Lines, friends, families, being children, remembering. Wow fun trying to keep up, did loose some but caught up later. Thank you for such an interesting Book.
The Power of Nonverbal Communication
Sam and Niall were full of unspoken feelings and volumes within each mutual glance but Sam’s silence about truth which threatened her doctoral degree was a quiet roar within her. An engrossing story with a well deserved happy ending.
Between a Rock and a Hard Place
This was a well written story about a woman who basically sells out and is put between a rock and a hard place not realizing it would end up hurting the man she falls in love with and all those she cares about. When I was reading the story, I kept asking myself “what would I do?” in the same situation. I liked the creativity of the plot and scenario.