Books by Sarah-Kate Lynch

THE WEDDING BEES by Sarah-Kate Lynch
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 28, 2014

"There are too many points in the book that stretch the plot and characters from beyond believable to just plain silly."
A Southern beekeeper moves to Manhattan and causes quite a buzz in a honey-coated, hard-to-swallow romance. Read full book review >
DOLCI DI LOVE by Sarah-Kate Lynch
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 26, 2011

Even adultery can lead to happiness, suggests Lynch (House of Daughters, 2008, etc.) in her off-balance tale combining whimsy, sadness, tragedy and farce. When hyper-efficient wife and corporate hotshot Lily Turner discovers a photograph in her husband Daniel's closet revealing he has another family in Italy, she is forced to realize her 16-year-old marriage has been drained of magic by the unhappiness arising from her five miscarriages and a failed adoption. The daughter of an abusive alcoholic mother, Lily has also started drinking and, during a binge, books a flight to Rome to track Daniel down in the Tuscan village of Montevedova. Here she encounters Violetta and Luciana, the cantucci-baking founders of the Secret League of Widowed Darners, which matches up lonely hearts. Lily, earmarked for a handsome widower, is also befriended by Francesca, Daniel's illegitimate daughter who is going through an unhappy childhood similar to Lily's. Other parallels abound: pairs of sisters, melancholy men folk, adulterous offspring. In a credulity-expanding conclusion, Italian clichés are reasserted and broken hearts mended. Read full book review >
BLESSED ARE THE CHEESEMAKERS by Sarah-Kate Lynch
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 2, 2003

"Amusing in a Green Acres kind of way, but far too cute for comfort overall."
Cheesy US debut about a collection of misfits and losers who come together on a magical dairy farm in Ireland. Read full book review >