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The Second Chance Supper Club

The Second Chance Supper Club

Escrito por Nicole Meier

Narrado por Amy McFadden y Hillary Huber


The Second Chance Supper Club

Escrito por Nicole Meier

Narrado por Amy McFadden y Hillary Huber

valoraciones:
3.5/5 (6 valoraciones)
Longitud:
8 horas
Publicado:
Sep 10, 2019
ISBN:
9781978672437
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descripción

Two estranged sisters reunite in an emotional novel of family, forgiveness, lost hope, and new beginnings.

They had a forever bond, until a sudden tragedy thrust them apart. Now, each at a crossroad in her own life, two sisters' paths are about to intersect.

Broadcast journalist Julia Frank has it all: a career, an ambitious fiancé, and the hard-won respect of her peers. Until a ruinous decision destroys her reputation, puts her job at risk, and sends her reeling toward the only soul left to turn to: her estranged sister, Ginny.

The owner of a clandestine supper club hidden in the Arizona desert, Ginny Frank has a lot on her plate. The last thing she wants is more drama-or the burden of nursing her younger sister's wounded ego. But family is family. Besides, Ginny can use the help in more ways than one, and she's going to make sure Julia pulls her weight.

As a tenuous reunion reopens old wounds, Julia and Ginny have no choice but to confront the pain and betrayals of the past. Will working to keep the secret supper club running be just what they need to find common ground and a path toward forgiveness, or will the increasing stress push them even further apart?

Publicado:
Sep 10, 2019
ISBN:
9781978672437
Formato:
Audiolibro

Sobre el autor

Nicole Meier is a native Southern Californian who pulled up roots and moved to the Pacific Northwest. She works as a freelance travel and lifestyle writer for several Oregon publications. When she’s not working, she’s fulfilling her wanderlust and writing about it at HaveToteWillTravel.com. She lives in Oregon with her husband and three children.


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  • (4/5)
    I absolutely love to read books about sisters. I am lucky enough to have two wonderful sisters and unlike the sisters in this book, we have always been very close. The two sisters in this novel have been estranged for over three years and have to work very hard to re-establish their sister relationship.Ginny is the oldest sister. She was on her way to becoming a famous chef in NYC but when their parents died in an accident, she went home to Arizona to clean out and sell the house and decided to stay. Ginny is stressed to the max with the struggles in her life. Julia is a broadcast journalist in NYC. She is put on leave after a major error on the show and decides that its time to go home to Arizona. She needs some time away from the hustle of the city to figure out what she wants to do with her life.Julia shows up on Ginny's doorstep without warning after three years of no communication between them and after the initial shock, they try to let go of their anger and become sisters again but it's difficult for both of them to let go of their anger at each other. Will working to keep the secret supper club running be just what they need to find common ground and a path toward forgiveness, or will the increasing stress push them even further apart? Thanks to the publisher for a copy of this book to read and review. All opinions are my own.
  • (5/5)
    Nicole Meier, Author of  "The Second Chance Supper Club" has written an emotional, captivating, intriguing, and thought-provoking novel. I love the way the author vividly describes and writes about her characters, landscape, markets, florists and food. I appreciate the comparison of city vs. country life. The Genres for this story are Fiction and Women's Fiction. The author describes her dramatic cast of characters as complex and complicated. The theme of this book is sisters, mothers and daughters, forgiveness, and acceptance.Younger sister Julia Frank seems to have it all together, she appears on a Television Morning show as a journalist and has a wealthy, motivated fiance. Julia appears to be polished and works very hard and is respected. With the pressure of her ratings, she mentions something live without thinking it through. Julia finds herself on "leave" from her job and doesn't know where to go. Just knowing she has to get away for a few days, she decides to leave the city and head for Arizona, where her older sister Ginny lives with her daughter.Ginny and Julia have not seen each other in several years after a tragedy caused their estrangement. Ginny has her own problems. Ginny is a chef and barely makes ends meet, by having "discreet" supper clubs in her house, where she prepares and serves the food to a discriminating culinary and appreciative clientele.  This might not be the perfect timing for a reunion for the two sisters. Or maybe it is just the right time.I appreciate that the author discusses the importance of family, friends, support, forgiveness, love, and hope. I would highly recommend this thought-provoking and emotional novel to those readers who enjoy family drama, and women's fiction.