Author(s): Sarah-Kate Lynch
When Sugar Wallace arrives in Manhattan with nothing but a beehive, a secret past and a taste for good manners, life starts to change for the dispirited occupants of 33 Flores Street. But as love wings its way into their hearts and homes, it flies away from Sugar herself, until a doorman without a door and a certain busy queen join forces in a sting to end all stings. It looks like love might be in the air once more ...but for how long? A novel about taking hold, letting go and the magic of honey.
As well as novels, Sarah-Kate Lynch writes two columns for NZ Woman’s Day, the country’s best-selling weekly magazine. One is about handbags, shoes and husbands (in that order) and the other is a travel page. She spends her time in Australia, Fiji, Canada, France, Turkey, Italy, Spain, the Cook Islands, Germany, China, Hong Kong and the US, especially - when the wind blows her in that direction - New York. She has a dog and a husband (in that order) somewhere on the wild west coast of New Zealand. If you see them, tell them she’ll be home soon. Probably.