What happens when you take famous author Sir Andrew Anderson, who is suspicious he has found the child he fathered eighteen years ago; his assistant, Izzy Smart, who is now in a relationship with Tim Pointer, star saxophone player from Talent UK; and four of Tim's friends who are also dating? Smiles. That's what happens.
Tim is wanting to record his debut album but is seeking answers to his backstage collapse as well as finding out what his sister, Alice, is getting involved with. Joel Wright and Alan Proctor are both in the early stages of relationships with twins, Amie and Hannah French who are also dealing with the fallout of their mother's death. Joel is also trying to come to terms with the flash of recognition Sir Andrew gave him after the memorial concert. Why would a famous, depression-busting author recognise him?
And what of Hayden Smart, Sir Andrew's best friend, will-writer and father to Izzy? Hayden also has his suspicions and has his two finest paralegals on the case. Can they shed any light on why Sir Andrew believes he has a long-lost brother? And is Sir Andrew considering life after Dorothy?
All of the questions are answered with smiles aplenty as the lives and loves in Huntingham continue to develop in this second instalment of the 'Smile' series.
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About the Author
He's currently writing the 'Smile' series, with 'Smiles' being the second novel. Future books 'Smiled', 'Smiler' and 'Smilers' are in the pipeline.
Scott has a fascination with people's life stories, having found the highs and lows in his own life to be very closely tied together. He has believed for a long while that life has its own way of bringing people back down to earth when they're at their highest, but also giving them a lift when it's most needed. He wanted to put some of these concepts in print to finally realise a dream originating when he was child to have a book published and to leave something on the planet when he eventually passes on for his children to say 'My dad wrote that'.