The Sunday Potluck Club (The Sunday Potluck Club, #1)

The Sunday Potluck Club (The Sunday Potluck Club, #1) New Friends Can Be Found In Unexpected Places For Bridget And Amy, That Place Was The Cancer Ward Of An Anchorage Hospital Now, As Each Struggles To Overcome Loss, They Lean On Each Other For Support Sharing Suppers, Laughter And TearsBridget And Amy Aren T About To Let Hardship Knock Them Down Bridget Plans To Return To Her Veterinarian School Studies, Amy To Her Position As A Second Grade Teacher But Neither Feels Quite Ready And So The Sunday Potluck Club Is Born, A Way For Bridget, Amy, And Other Women Who Have Lost A Loved One To Find Solace And Understanding Savoring Favorite Dishes While Sharing Memories And The Comfort Of Connection, The Members Of The Sunday Potluck Club Nourish Body And SoulAs Weeks Go By And The Group Grows In Unforeseen Ways, Both Bridget And Amy Are Inspired To Find Greater Purpose Amy Reaches Out To A Student Whose Father Bravely Faces His Own Struggle Bridget Volunteers At The Local Animal Shelter, Rehabilitating Dogs Whose Unconditional Love Will Bring Others A Chance To Heal And With The Help Of A Very Special Man, Amy Is Realizing That There S Always Room At The Table For Love And Rekindled Joy

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  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • The Sunday Potluck Club (The Sunday Potluck Club, #1)
  • Melissa Storm
  • 14 August 2018
  • 9781496726643

10 thoughts on “The Sunday Potluck Club (The Sunday Potluck Club, #1)

  1. says:

    This preview about two friends who meet on a cancer ward portends a real winner, one I look forward to reading in full when it becomes available Bridget is in vet school, Amy a second grade teacher They bond with other grieving women as members of the Sunday Potluck Club, sharing food, tears, laughter, and hope I can t wait to see how their stories unfold 5 5 Pub Date 31 Mar 2020.Thanks to Melissa Storm, Kensington Books and NetGalley for the review copy Opinions are mine TheSundayPotluckClub NetGalley

  2. says:

    What a way to meet a new friend.at a cancer ward at a Anchorage Hospital.However you meet friends in unexpected places and Bridget and Amy are embarking on this new journey of healing and discovery after hardships together.Why notThey are members after all of this club for those who ve lost loved ones and perhaps it could lead to something truly lovelyor loving You know they say you find love when you least expect it too so maybe this Valentines Day Adoption in which the idea of a Date a Rescue Dog isn t all going to the dogsA nice light and fun read for the Summer 2019

  3. says:

    I read an excerpt of this book and it left me wanting I liked the humor intertwined in the text, and the friendships were amazing It feels like the start of an engaging novel.I look forward to the full book.

  4. says:

    When it is hot as heck outside and there is nothing cool to do but reading as everything else makes you end up a sweaty mess, it is the perfect day for a speed reader.I received a temporary digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do .A recipe for living New friends can be found in unexpected places For Bridget and Amy, that place was the cancer ward of an Anchorage hospital Now, as each struggles to overcome loss, they lean on each other for support sharing suppers, laughter and tears Bridget and Amy aren t about to let hardship knock them down Bridget plans to return to her veterinarian school studies, Amy to her position as a second grade teacher but neither feels quite ready And so the Sunday Potluck Club is born, a way for Bridget, Amy, and other women who have lost a loved one to find solace and understanding Savouring favourite dishes while sharing memories and the comfort of connection, the members of the Sunday Potluck Club nourish body and soul As weeks go by and the group grows in unforeseen ways, both Bridget and Amy are inspired to find a greater purpose Amy reaches out to a student whose father bravely faces his own struggle Bridget volunteers at the local animal shelter, rehabilitating dogs whose unconditional love will bring others a chance to heal And with the help of two special men, Bridget and Amy are realizing that there s always room at the table for love and rekindled joy .HOW CAN YOU ONLY GIVE ME AN EXCEPT OF AN INCREDIBLE BOOK I am almost purple from apoplexy I love the characters, I love the premise and I am insanely upset that I have no idea if any of these women are still alive Are there recipes Are there unforeseen circumstances I FEEL ROBBED How can I rate and review a book based on a few pages 1 star for the premise1 star for the characters1 star for the food aspect1 star for the greater purpose angle5 stars, maybe, in total, when if I get the whole book to read.

  5. says:

    Dang it I want to read the rest of this book NOW The four friends are each already so interesting, I want to get to know them better The scrapbooker had such an interesting way to help deal with the death of her mother What about Any the mysterious Trent who rear ended her I want to read .

  6. says:

    I enjoyed the pre view read I received through Netgalley Meeting new friends as adults can be hard to do for anyone meeting on a cancer ward must be even However, this is so well written with humor and warmth.

  7. says:

    Sunday Potluck Club by Melissa Storm a fair three star read I only had the first few chapters of this one, so it may get better, and I really hope it does as it shows promise, it just didn t deliver yet Four friends in this story are all interesting and bring something to it, getting of their stories may make this a better read.

  8. says:

    This was an excerpt graciously provided by the publisher via netgalley and I can not wait to read the rest.

  9. says:

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for the advance copy excerpt in exchange for an honest review.The Sunday Potluck Club is about a group of friends in Alaska who met under the worst kind of circumstances each had a parent in the cancer ward of the hospital During their time in the hospital, they all found one another and built friendships over their shared experiences.The main character, Amy, is the motherly and level headed one of the group Which is why it is so hard for the other women to see that she is not handling her life without her mother well Not only is she trying to adapt to this new life, when she finally returns to work as a teacher she is met by a student who won t speak and then on her way home she gets into a car accident Will Amy s luck turnaround Will she ever see the handsome stranger from the car accident again Will we find out the story behind the troubled student I enjoyed how well thought out the characters were and how the story highlighted the difficult topic of loosing a parent Just from the first few chapters I can tell that this story will have great depth and heart and romance Amy was written in a way that you can connect with her even if you haven t been in her exact situation You can feel the different emotions she must be going through and I found myself rooting for her even by only reading this excerpt The only thing I am disappointed about is how I have to wait until 2020 to find out what happens

  10. says:

    received the first 59 pages from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review The first few chapters of this book were such a teaser and I am seriously SO excited to read the whole book once it s released This book is the story of four friends who meet in the oncology ward of a hospital in Anchorage, Alaska, all the primary caretakers of parents who are battling cancer The book starts with the funeral of Bridget s mother, the last death Amy s mother has already passed as well as Hazel s father The fourth and final friend, Nichole, was lucky enough to have her father s illness slip into remission The book discusses grief and friendship in such an eloquent way and I quickly became attached to the characters and their individual stories as well as how they could help one another to grow and deal with their individual losses.The first few chapters have so much potential and I am eager to learn what happens to the four friends I will definitely be picking up a full copy when Sunday Night Potluck Club is released.

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