When Californian Julie Juno crosses the Atlantic to fulfil a promise, romance is the last thing on her mind. Terrified of flying and grieving the death of her beloved foster mother, she isn’t exactly in the right frame of mind to meet her true love.MoreWhen Californian Julie Juno crosses the Atlantic to fulfil a promise, romance is the last thing on her mind. Terrified of flying and grieving the death of her beloved foster mother, she isn’t exactly in the right frame of mind to meet her true love.She thinks the tiny town of Penttharn in Cornwall will be quaint and unchallenging ¬– but she’s about to find that English village life can be as turbulent as the storm-tossed Atlantic.Gorgeous English airline pilot Captain Noah Arkless has just been jilted at the altar by his US bride.
Lovely American girls aren’t exactly top of his wish list. But he seemingly can’t shake off the wilting girl from the plane, who is heading to his home town to scatter the ashes of the only family she has ever known.Both Julie and Noah are adrift at sea. What they cannot tell is if their relationship will sail them into calm or is brewing up the perfect storm. She thinks he is the heart-broken lover on the rebound. He thinks she is a delicate bloom who won’t survive the Cornish climate.But what you see isn’t always what you get.As Julie prepares to scatter the ashes of the woman she thought of as her mother, she is engulfed by Noah’s exuberant family – and overwhelmed by his cold, demanding mother.
But despite it all, Julie finds that some strangers feel like family and the strangest place can start to feel like home……until Noah’s fiancé comes to win him back.In a world of second chances and thwarted expectations, where life is stranger and love sweeter than we can ever expect, Flying Upside Down is a delightful short novel about what it means to belong.Flying Upside Down is Marisa Hayworth’s second novel, and will delight fans of Nora Roberts and anyone that’s ever wished for a happy ending.Marisa Hayworth Romances: warmth, wit and wisdom.