My rom-com novella, “Second Fiddle”, is out in the wild, published in Sweet Songs of Summer: An Anthology, packed with nine sweet short romance reads.
If you fancy a trip to a South African game reserve, then “Second Fiddle” is for you. Bursting with antics and wildlife, it’s a super fun romp set at a wedding in the bush, with wild shenanigans and a meet-cute I doubt you’ve ever seen before…let’s just say showering with a baboon ain’t a good idea! It’s also got gorgeous violinists, safari tents under the stars, elephants in water holes, and of course, a feel-good, heartwarming ending I just know you’ll love.
The anthology is only available in e-book for three months, from May 20 to August 20, 2021, so grab your copy now from your favourite Amazon store.
And here’s a peek at what “Second Fiddle” is about:
Intern Sophie James is one weekend and one glamorous safari wedding in the South African bush away from becoming a permanent member of the Star Weddings team. All she needs to do is not mess up.
But booking a wedding string quartet that turns up minus a first violinist would definitely count as messing up. A problem which could easily be solved, since Sophie knows her way around a violin. Except a long time ago, she packed away her instrument for a very good reason, and no way is she going to step in now, not even if it means the end of her fledgling career.
So it’s a good thing she finds herself in the right place at the right time to rescue the delectable—and heaven-sent—violinist Nate Holt from a baboon that’s holding him captive in his shower, giving her all the leverage she needs to twist his talented arm to play for the quartet.
Which should be problem solved for Sophie, if life wasn’t so determined to force her to confront what happened all those years ago. Once she finds out who Nate really is, will she be able to put aside past failures and future fears, to take hold of a present she didn’t even know she wanted?