JD Barrett Hachette
If Bridget Jones and Nine Proudman had a sister she would be Zoe Wylde. Zoe is a woman at the crossroads. 5yrs ago she fled her life as a concert harpist in London to return to her Bondi home. She still plays but now her audience is on the way out…literally. Her best friend is chasing a new love, her brother is chasing too much love and her father has been married far too many times. The best premise for a plot line I have read in a long time and a thoroughly engaging and often hilarious read without being outrageously unbelievable.