The Sunday Wife

The Sunday Wife

Book - 2002
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Married for 20 years to the Reverend Benjamin Lynch, a handsome, ambitious minister of the prestigious Methodist church, Dean Lynch has never quite adjusted her temperament to the demands of the role of a Sunday wife. When her husband is assigned to a larger and more demanding community in the Florida panhandle, Dean becomes fast friends with Augusta Holderfield, a woman whose good looks and extravagant habits immediately entrance her. As their friendship evolves, Augusta challenges Dean to break free from her traditional role as the preacher's wife. Just as Dean is questioning everything she has always valued, a tragedy occurs, providing the catalyst for change in ways she never could have imagined.

Baker & Taylor
A compelling debut novel follows minister's wife Dean Lynch, who, even after twenty years, has struggled to cope with the demands of being a Sunday wife, whose friendship with the lively, beautiful Augusta Holderfield challenges her to break free from her traditional role as the preacher's wife and transforms her life. 150,000 first printing.

Baker
& Taylor

Follows minister's wife Dean Lynch, who, even after twenty years, has struggled to cope with the demands of being a Sunday wife, and whose friendship with the lively beautiful Augusta Holderfield transforms her life.

Publisher: New York : Hyperion, c2002
ISBN: 9780786869053
0786869054
Branch Call Number: FIC King
Characteristics: 389 p.

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