Katherine: How would you describe yourself?
Drew: Musical, down-to-earth, friendly, ambitious, and a lover of puns.
Katherine: What is your most important goal in life?
Drew: When I was younger, it was to become a well-known recording artist, but now that I’m living that dream, my goal now is to be able to live a more balanced life with the people I love around me.
Katherine: Who is the one person you respect and trust?
Drew: There are many people I respect and trust. My parents of course, they’ve supported me throughout my whole life and career, but also my manager who’s helped me navigate my life as a singer, songwriter, and performer. He’s been there since the beginning and I have a ton of trust and respect for him.
Katherine: What is your greatest fear?
Drew: I had a weird dream when I first came back to Tarrin’s Bay, and I think it represented my worst fear: that I’d get to the end of my life and wouldn’t have shared it with a special someone. My guitar is my constant companion, but I realised I wanted more in my life.
Katherine: What is your greatest hope?
Drew: That my music will live on long after I’ve gone, and that disadvantaged kids around the world will be able to experience the joy and healing power of music, which is what my charity, Star Sounds, aims to achieve.
Katherine: What is the biggest obstacle you’ve overcome?
Drew: I think, never getting caught up in the glamorous, exciting, yet destructive side of the industry that can be enticing and tempting to a young musician with the world at their feet. Having good people in my life has kept me grounded and enabled me to have a long, successful career without letting the success and fame get out of control.
Katherine: Who is the love of your life?
Drew: My guitar. Kidding! Well, not totally, my guitar is like my third limb. But as for humans, there happens to be a very special woman who’s helped me reconnect with my origins and made me feel things I never thought I ever would. J
Katherine: Do you remember when you first met Chrissie?
Drew: How could I forget? She asked if I was Drew, even though she knew full well who I was! It was cute. 😉
Katherine: What was the one thing you had to overcome to win her?
Drew: Hey, you’ll have to read February or Forever to find out if I do!
Katherine: What was the sweetest romantic gesture you ever did for her?
Drew: Wrote her a song and sang it to her on a warm, moonlit, February night on the verandah of her beach house. It was called (surprise surprise): February or Forever.
Katherine: If Chrissie could describe you in one word what would it be?
Drew: Hot. Haha! Okay, seriously, I asked her and she said: ‘amazing’. Aww. I might have to write her another song now. 😉
ABOUT THE BOOK
In this heartwarming coastal romance, Escape bestselling author Juliet Madison asks, what if your favourite celebrity fell in love with you?
Yoga teacher and single mother, Chrissie Burns has a plan: move into the rundown beach house left to her by her deceased aunt, renovate it, sell it, and move on. The scene of a terrible accident years ago, the house needs to get out of Chrissie’s hands as soon as possible.
But Tarrin’s Bay, where the house stands, has more to offer than bad memories. The town is lovely, the people friendly, and even Chrissie’s young son finds friends and begins coming out of his shell. Employed at Serendipity Retreat as a yoga instructor, Chrissie is shocked to be given the role of private teacher to Drew Williams, Australia’s top singer/songwriter for the month.
Relationships between instructors and clients are strictly forbidden, but Drew draws happiness out of Chrissie with his down-to-earth nature and sense of humour. Days of stretching and bending may bring Chrissie unexpected peace and strength, but she knows that this interlude must end, and there’s no pose or position to aid her when Drew walks away and leaves her broken-hearted.
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