“Saturday Night Supper Club” by Carla Laureano, book review
Rachel is the top chef and part owner is one of Denver’s most popular restaurants. She is so happy with the daily hard word because she knows that every patron enjoys a high quality meal. Her staff is loyal to her and the mission of Paisley. But her dream is crushed with false reports on social media. All she has worked for is gone.
Now she is lost. Who is a chef without a restaurant?
Alex, the author of the original article that started Rachel’s problems, comes to apologize. His intent is sincere, and then when he meets Rachel in person, he is smitten. In an effort to make amends, he offers to host a dinner or two for some of his wealthy and influential friends, in order to help her find a new partner. Through planning these Saturday Night Supper Clubs, they become friends and maybe more.
This was a high energy quick moving book. It will definitely appeal to foodies and those in the food service industry, as she uses a lot of terms that belong to this industry. I enjoyed the book and would be interested in reading more by this author.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher, Tyndale House. All opinions expressed are my own.