Lincoln Ladies

Lincoln Ladies Kate Kavanagh is happy raising her daughter until the girl transfers to New York for a fantastic job and moves in with her philandering father Madeline Stein is a single Mom whose job defines her so w

  • Title: Lincoln Ladies
  • Author: Suzy Duffy
  • ISBN: 9781612132730
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kate Kavanagh is happy raising her daughter until the girl transfers to New York for a fantastic job and moves in with her philandering father.Madeline Stein is a single Mom whose job defines her so when she loses it, Maddy needs to find something or someone else for fun.Portia Kavanagh hits New York with a bang but when she bites the Big Apple, it bites back The threKate Kavanagh is happy raising her daughter until the girl transfers to New York for a fantastic job and moves in with her philandering father.Madeline Stein is a single Mom whose job defines her so when she loses it, Maddy needs to find something or someone else for fun.Portia Kavanagh hits New York with a bang but when she bites the Big Apple, it bites back The three girls find themselves in the very romantic hills of Tuscany where blue skies, rich wine and charming Italians bring a whole new set of problems which they have to maneuver with the grace and style of a Lincoln Lady With ups and downs than a Florentine fairground, the women survive love, loss and fresh pasta by laughing at life and using a doggie bag Come on an adventure and enjoy the ride with the lovely Lincoln Ladies.

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    About " Suzy Duffy "

  • Suzy Duffy

    Suzy Duffy is an International and 1 bestselling author Her New England Trilogy of books are Wellesley Wives, Newton Neighbors Lincoln Ladies.She has been published in German, Norwegian and was a guest speaker at the Sydney Writers Festival on how to write Romantic Comedy What the readers say I had wondered who would be filling Maeve Binchy s shoes EXCELLENT Highly Recommended Escapism of the highest order and I would absolutely recommend it to anyone cannot wait to hear reminded me of Marian Keyes or Maeve Binchy, it was much than a sweet girlie story.I can t wait for the next one in the trilogy What the critics stay Duffy isn t just a good writer, she s a darn good storyteller, too a rare combination The story is much sophisticated than a run of the mill romantic comedy, although it can certainly be considered part of the RomCom genre We highly recommend this book The story isn t just entertaining there is much to be learned from following the highs and lows of these women from Wellesley Duffy carefully weaves a well written story, Jacqueline Parrish Anokhi Media anokhimagazine online excl It s an amazing book that had me laughing, crying and hoping for the best right along with these amazing, strong and passionate women Happy reading.

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  • Suzy’s latest book, “The Lincoln Ladies” continues the theme of relationships, of family, of loss, of hope. Kate Kavanagh is seemingly happy watching her daughter grow up into a beautiful and independent girl. She sees her of to the train station as she heads to New York for a new job where she will be staying with her father. Of course, things don’t pan out exactly as planned.Meanwhile Kate needs to tend to her best friend, Madeline Stein - a single Mom whose has just lost her job. Alth [...]


  • Lincoln Ladies is a breath of fresh air. It is charming, witty, humorous, and it will make you laugh out loud as well as drop a tear or two. Kate and Maddy, best friends and next door neighbors, help each other through rough times by getting each other to become tougher. Kate is going through daughter withdrawal. Portia leaves her mom and Lincoln, Massachusetts behind to pursue a chef career in New York City. Maddy has a delightful 8-year-old daughter, whose father wants no part of their lives. [...]


  • This is the third book in Suzy Duffy's New England series and to my mind is the best so far. I really enjoyed the first of the series, Wellesley Wives, and found it hilarious and at times even laugh out loud funny. Lincoln Ladies was a more enjoyable read for me, though, because it is a heart-warming story about love, friendship and the often challenging phases of parenting, particularly when dealing with the empty-nest syndrome and struggling through single mother challenges. Whilst it is a tal [...]


  • I loved this book! It featured three main female characters and they were all different and had different lives and stories to follow. And yet all of their lives intersected as well. I felt like I could relate to all of them and have known someone like them in my own life. I was entertained by their antics and couldn't wait to find out what happened to each of them. The book moved through by switching from character to character and sometimes, this is hard to follow, but it was not in this case. [...]


  • I'm a huge fan of Suzy Duffy and her brand of chick-lit. This one started off a bit slow - I have to admit I was more interested in Portia's storyline than the other Lincoln Ladies in the beginning - but once Kate and Maddy started to break out and taste life, and then travel to Italy, I absolutely devoured the pages and couldn't put it down. This is the end of the New England trilogy but I hope it won't be the last book from Suzy.


  • This very funny story made me cry. Letting go is never easy. These women do it with humor and grace. Love Suzy Duffy's way with words


  • Suzy Duffy’s New England Trilogy is like the entertaining version of The Real Housewives franchise. There’s a couple of middle aged housewives who are facing the proverbial fork in the road. One is usually a stay-at-home wife while, then there’s the best friend who is corporate powerhouse, then the of-age daughter(s) who is going through life changes that can be challenging to cope with. All three books are women’s stories which we can all relate to in some ways.It is romantic installmen [...]


  • I was eagerly awaiting this book, the conclusion of Suzy Duffy's New England Trilogy. I'd read the first 2 books (Wellesley Wives & Newton Neighbors) and absolutely loved both of them. Was curious to find out how Ms. Duffy would finish it all up in this book.I was a tad disappointed, because Lincoln Ladies - for lack of a better word - kinda dragged at the start and this runs the risk of making you rather bored with the characters and giving up on the book. While I know there should be expos [...]



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