The first book in her new "Supper Club" series, this tells the story of recently disgraced Chef Rachel Bishop. Even after receiving the coveted James Beard Award and successfully opening her own restaurant, Rachel apparently does not have enough cache to survive the social media storm that hits her in the wake of a true misunderstanding.
Alex Kanin inadvertently triggered Rachel's storm, and although it was never his attempt to damage anyone's reputation - quite the opposite, in fact - he has decided to track her down to make it right. They decide to create the Saturday Night Supper Club; Rachel's vision and expertise, with Alex's connections. Alex never dreamed that he will find Rachel to be so much more than he ever imagined, and he just may be falling in love with her. Rachel is equally intrigued by Alex but has some serious relational baggage to deal with, not to mention the reinvention of her career. Will these two independent and successful-in-their-own-right individuals learn how to create something even better than a pop up restaurant - together?
I was provided a copy of this book by Tyndale House Publishers in exchange for my honest opinion.