Hi, Fedora is cool, as for me i choose it ten years ago.
Maybe this guide can help you https://averagelinuxuser.com/dual-boot-arch-linux-with-linux/
Or you can simply install Fedora Linux on the second drive and use laptop boot menu (something like f11 and f12 usually). Two drives with two independent boot loaders.
Do not forget to backup all data from drive, where you want to install fedora.
And remember, fedora is not best choice for users, who have a bit of experience and who want more stability and no one bug. This OS has new features, but often different count of bugs.
If you want to try Fedora, simplest way is using of VirtualBox, Gnome Boxes or other VM.