372pp., paperback, London, 2022
The friendship between three Anglo-Nigerian women is threatened when a fourth woman joins their group.
"Utterly winning ... brings to mind Sex and the City but feels more modern, more real. When I closed Nikki May's delicious, hilarious novel, I felt I was returning to joy. I knew it was time to call my friends ... time to get into some good wahala of my own." Amanda Eyre Ward, author of The Jetsetters and The Lifeguards
Nikki May was born in Bristol, UK, raised in Lagos, Nigeria, and lives in Dorset, UK. Wahala is her debut novel.