Unlikely in Love

by Susan Mac Nicol

Unlikely in Love - Susan Mac Nicol
Editions:Kindle: $ 0.99 USD
Pages: 42

A series of short, sweet stories about how one finds love in the most unlikely of places.

Stories include Banana Appeal, Dear Davey and Benchpressed.



Gus and Davey from 'Dear Davey'

Gus waved a Coke-smeared hand in a no-problem gesture while Becca glared over at me.

“You,” she spluttered. “What the hell do you have against poor Gus?”

My eyes widened innocently. “What on earth could you possibly mean?”

“That poor man,” Becca hissed. “He always seems to bear the brunt of your antics.”

“What antics?” I squawked. “He’s always in the wrong place at the wrong time, that’s all.”

I picked up my multi-coloured penis stress doodah—it was surprisingly solid—and lobbed it at her. It went sailing past her head and cubicle, and ended up smacking poor Gus on the back of the head. He’d just taken a sip of his drink and I winced as the tin rattled against his teeth.


About the Author

The official stuff 

Susan writes steamy, sexy and fun contemporary romance stories, some suspenseful, some gritty and dark and hopefully always entertaining. She’s also Editor in Chief at Divine Magazine, an online LGBTQ e-zine and a member of The Society of Authors, the Writers Guild of Great Britain, and the Authors Guild in the US.

Susan is also an award-winning script writer, with scripts based on two of her own published works. Sight Unseen has garnered no less than five awards to date and her TV pilot, Reel Life, based on her debut novel, Cassandra by Starlight, was also a winner at the Oaxaca Film Fest.

The ‘unofficial’ stuff…

She loves going to the theatre, live music concerts (especially if it’s her man crush Adam Lambert) walks in the countryside, a good G and T, lazing away afternoons reading a good book, and watching re-runs of Silent Witness.

Her chequered past includes stories like being mistaken for a prostitute in the city of Johannesburg, being chased by a rhino on a dusty Kenyan road, getting kicked out of a youth club for being a ‘bad influence’ (she encourages free thinking) and having an aunt who was engaged to Cliff Richard