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Review: The Saturday Night Supper Club

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Review: The Saturday Night Supper Club

The Saturday Night Supper Club by Carla Laureano
Reviewed by: Jill Hart
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Tyndale
Publication Date: Feb 6, 2018

I have loved every one of Laureano’s books and I couldn’t wait to dig in to this first book in her new series. Having followed Laureano on social media for a long time, I knew she was a foodie and that her knowledge would make this book realistic and enjoyable.

She certainly didn’t disappoint!  I loved the characters, the writing is superb, and it kept me turning pages long into the night. I finished The Saturday Night Supper Club in basically one sitting and loved every page. I can’t wait for the next book in the series!

ABOUT THE BOOK:

Denver chef Rachel Bishop has accomplished everything she’s dreamed and some things she never dared hope, like winning a James Beard award and heading up her own fine-dining restaurant. But when a targeted smear campaign causes her to be pushed out of the business by her partners, she vows to do whatever it takes to get her life back … even if that means joining forces with the man who inadvertently set the disaster in motion.

Essayist Alex Kanin never imagined his pointed editorial would go viral. Ironically, his attempt to highlight the pitfalls of online criticism has the opposite effect: it revives his own flagging career by destroying that of a perfect stranger. Plagued by guilt-fueled writer’s block, Alex vows to do whatever he can to repair the damage. He just doesn’t expect his interest in the beautiful chef to turn personal.

Alex agrees to help rebuild Rachel’s tarnished image by offering his connections and his home to host an exclusive pop-up dinner party targeted to Denver’s most influential citizens: the Saturday Night Supper Club. As they work together to make the project a success, Rachel begins to realize Alex is not the unfeeling opportunist she once thought he was, and that perhaps there’s life–and love–outside the pressure-cooker of her chosen career. But can she give up her lifelong goals without losing her identity as well?

Rated: PG13 – Sweet, Clean romance.

Reviewer’s copy was provided by the Publisher. Thank you!

 

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