Friday, January 12, 2018

BOOK REVIEW: The Saturday Night Supper Club


Another great book by Carla Laureano! I love her books, as you can see. 
Carla does a wonderful job of blending a great story line, unforgettable characters, saucy romance, and mouth watering food into each of her great books! I have to admit that I'm addicted to her books, and read them over and over again. This one is no different. I found myself able to connect with her characters and enjoy both the vulnerable and teasing sides of them that make them so realistic. There is also a thought provoking moral dilemma that had me wondering what I would do in the same situation.

Rachel Bishop wants to be celebrated for her ability to cook amazing food- which has nothing to do with the fact she's a woman. When Alex Kanin writes an editorial that leads to the downfall of Rachel's career, he has a choice to make. The story unfolds and takes Rachel down a road of finding herself, learning to trust, and maybe even to love.

True to Carla's form, this is a clean read with just enough romance to make it steamy, a bit of faith, and a large serving of culinary delights. If you love to cook, you'll be looking up recipes after reading this delightful book! I started back up our Supper Club as soon as I finished reading this delightful book! I'm looking forward to the next book in the series, and to rereading this one a few times a year.