A bucolic frolic in drag…
Roz and Jamie have moved to leafy Suffolk from London in search of a quiet life so it is a surprise to find that the village is embarking on its riotous annual drag competition.
Fuelled by large quantities of alcohol and ubiquitous community spirit, they soon find themselves caught up in a battle for the identity of the village itself.
Meanwhile, in San Francisco, Drew is fighting his own battle to save his club and the livelihoods of his closest friends. Though they seem worlds apart, it soon becomes clear that appearances are not everything and that sometimes human connections can surprise us.
A heartwarming, generous – and drunken – debut taking ‘romance’ to entirely new places.
‘This is like an edgy Jilly Cooper - lots of eccentric characters and a lot of fun!’
'Truly terrific...I love this book'
High jinks and high heels...Imagine The Archers in drag, with a huge heart and lots of laughs'