Under-achieving PA, Faye Bonsu, is on a mission to find love. A disastrous night out leaves pasta-fanatic Faye’s romantic dreams in tatters and underscores her alienation from her African heritage.
Leaving her cosy middle-class life in London’s leafy Hampstead to find out what she’s missing, Faye is whisked into the hectic social whirlpool of Ghana where she meets Sonny, the pretty-boy womaniser; Edwin, her host’s America-crazy boyfriend; Baaba, of the enormous hips and sardonic tongue; and handsome Rocky Asante, a cynical, career-obsessed banker with no time for women… until now.
In a world of food, fun and sun, Faye discovers that no matter how far you travel, you can’t find love until you find yourself.
Born in Ghana, Frances spent her early childhood between the USA, Austria and Ghana before settling in the UK.
In 2015 Frances' acclaimed first novel ‘From Pasta to Pigfoot’ was published by Jacaranda Books and selected by WH Smith Travel as one of the top 25 of its 100 Summer reads.
Frances was awarded a CBE by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in the 2020 New Year’s Honours List for services to the African community in the UK and in Africa.