Sex, Lies, Declassified - Eva Mazza's second Stellenbosch-based romp has arrived
Out of the stable of maverick publisher Melinda Ferguson's new imprint deal with NB Publishers comes another sure-fire hit.
Best-selling author Eva Mazza has released the sequel to her 2019 smash-hit Sex, Lies and Stellenbosch - which lifted the lid on the lives of the wealthy wine farmers of Stellenbosch.
Sex, Lies, Declassified is the follow-up and promises even more sex and sizzling scandal than the first book.
CapeTalk's Pippa Hudson caught up with Mazza to get the low down on her sophomore offering.
It's purely a flight of fiction, but there is one incident that is inspired by a story I did hear...Eva Mazza, Author - Sex, Lies, Declassified
Mazza says she was delighted by the response to the first book:
I was so pleasantly surprised, but it's a good story, it's a fun story, it's people's escape.Eva Mazza, Author - Sex, Lies, Declassified
Mazza says a third book in the series is planned and says that it's likely the bad boy husband of protagonist Jen will meet his match:
Do men ever get their comeuppance, particularly white men? But, he will, most probably...Eva Mazza, Author - Sex, Lies, Declassified
Listen to the full conversation below:
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