Fiction - Novels
Grace Hendriks has led a pretty sheltered life. So when her sister Natalie begs her to take her place as a Rihanna impersonator at a club in Amsterdam, no alarm bells go off ... until she finds herself onstage with only a pole for support and her knickers in a knot.
Thrown into strip-club life, and forced to share an apartment with an exotic troupe of impersonating divas with Lady Gaga-sized egos, Grace has to learn some hard lessons fast. One: living with Marilyn Monroe and Madonna isn't easy. And two: transformations don't happen overnight - especially when your bra is determined to sabotage your dance routine.
Cape Town-based Paige Nick is an award-winning copywriter, Sunday Times columnist and author of the novels A Million Miles From Normal, This Way Up and Death By Carbs. She is also one-third of Helena S. Paige, a threesome of authors whose series of choose-your-own-adventure erotic novels has sold in twenty-one countries. Her collection of newspaper columns, Pens Behaving Badly, was published in 2015.
Publication date: 2016-06-01