If Bridget Jones and Nina Proudman had a sister, she would be Zoe Wylde.
Zoe Wylde is a woman at a crossroads. Five years ago she fled her successful career 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.
It's complicated, and complication is something Zoe understands well. Her best friend is chasing a new love, her brother's chasing too much love and her father has been married far too many times. Compared to them she thought she was doing okay. She's met the guy she is sure is the one. He wooed her and has been sleeping with her for almost five years. It would all be perfect...if he wasn't married.
Zoe is learning that hearts, like harps, are capable of beautiful music if treated the right way and can be tricky to manoeuvre. She's over the old tune. But does Zoe have the courage to rewrite the song of her own life?