The Cookbook Club


I received a free ebook of this title from NetGalley in exchange for a fair review.

When I saw the title of this, and the author, I knew I wanted to read it.  I collect cookbooks and I have read and enjoyed other books by Beth Harbison.  This one did not disappoint.

Three very different women, each finding themselves at a crossroads in their lives for very different reasons, come together at a cookbook club.  Margo was just dumped by her husband and is in the throes of a divorce.  Aja is unexpectedly pregnant and not in a relationship with the father at this point. Trista has left behind her law career and done a complete life about face by opening a bar.   The novel follows each of the women as they face their personal challenges.  I appreciated that this was not ridiculously sweet or sassy; the characters had more of a realistic feel to them.  

Good women’s fiction read exploring themes of friendship, second chances, and family.


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