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The Second Chance Supper Club by Nicole Meier

Nicole Meier has written a great story about working through life’s obstacles and coming through them stronger than you were before. A book about trying even when it’s hard and making it work for the sake of family. Very well done!-Green Gables Book Reviews

Julia is living the life she’s dreamed of. She has an amazing fiance, the career she has dreamed of and she’s got all she’s ever wanted. Except it has cost her a price. When her parents died, she lost not only them but her best friend, her sister, Ginny.

Ginny left her career as a chef in New York and has had to start over. She’s resilient and is doing her best to make a living. Even more difficult, though, is her relationship with her daughter, Olive. Ginny is a single Mom and things haven’t been going well with Olive for a while now. It doesn’t help that Ginny and Olive work together at Ginny’s secret in-her-home supper club.

When Julia takes a huge risk live on the air at work, things do not turn out well for her and her career. The only person she wants to turn to is Ginny. Julia makes a big decision. Will Ginny accept Julia when she shows up at her door?

When Julia shows up, it is the worst possible time. Guests are waiting and Olive and Ginny have just had an argument and Olive left. Ginny, shocked, welcomes Julia in and puts her to work. There will be time to talk tomorrow.

When tomorrow comes, can they work through their differences and start to heal their relationship or are their wounds too deep to repair?

Thank you to NetGalley for this book to read and review.

  1. Print Length: 267 pages

  2. Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1542041562

  3. Publisher: Lake Union Publishing (September 10, 2019)

  4. Publication Date: September 10, 2019

  5. Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC


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