Books by Sarah Pekkanen

THINGS YOU WON'T SAY by Sarah Pekkanen
Released: May 26, 2015

"Pekkanen reliably builds strong, interesting characters, but here, a plot too important for melodrama fails them."
A timely topic—the police shooting of a Hispanic youth—from a bestselling writer better known for domestic dramas. Read full book review >
CATCHING AIR by Sarah Pekkanen
Released: May 6, 2014

"A likable, if lesser, effort from Pekkanen."
Pekkanen, having written a number of popular, character-driven novels, returns to comfortable terrain by focusing on two couples running a Vermont bed-and-breakfast. Read full book review >
THE BEST OF US by Sarah Pekkanen
Released: April 9, 2013

"Another tale of female friendships conquering all, wrapped in luxury and faux danger."
To celebrate her billionaire husband's 35th birthday, Pauline has arranged the party of a lifetime. With his best friends from college (and their spouses) at a no-expenses-spared resort in Jamaica, what could possibly go wrong? Read full book review >
THESE GIRLS by Sarah Pekkanen
Released: April 10, 2012

"An entertaining but not very memorable take on modern love and life in the Big Apple.
Pekkanen's (Skipping a Beat, 2011, etc.) latest showcases her penchant for exploring relationships wrapped in big-city trappings. Read full book review >
SKIPPING A BEAT by Sarah Pekkanen
Released: Feb. 22, 2011

"A tragic turn of events redirects what could have been a predictable romance into a drama on the fragility of love and marriage."
A two-hanky weepy in which a 30-something woman must choose between her vast wealth and a husband she hasn't really loved in years. Read full book review >
THE OPPOSITE OF ME by Sarah Pekkanen
Released: March 9, 2010

"Pekkanen's involving debut could do without the melodramatic plot twist, but it's an honest examination of the limits we place on ourselves, with well-drawn female characters."
An unemployed New Yorker moves back to her parent's house and finds her hopes for a fresh start complicated by a strained relationship with her gorgeous twin. Read full book review >