[PDF/EBOOK] The Sunday Potluck Club ☆ Melissa Storm



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  1. says:

    This is the first book in the Sunday Potluck Club series This book is about a group of women that made a friendship while they where taking care of their parents that had cancer This book take place after all but one of the group of women's parents has passed away The women meet every sunday to help each other get through loosing their parent During this book we follow one of the women through out this book We follow Amy that has only lo

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    I received a free excerpt of The Sunday Potluck Club #1 by Melissa Storm from NetGalley for my honest reviewI didn't realize it was just an exc

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    Love Love LOVED The Sunday Potluck Club And by the way this review is about the entire book and not just an excerpt which was previously publishedFour very different women with distinct personalities forge a friendship with one another after meeting on a cancer ward They are the survivors who with one exception have lost a

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    Thanks once again to Sweetreads Box for putting yet another new authorbook on my radar This was a heartwarming read I'm loo

  5. says:

    This preview about two friends who meet on a cancer ward portends a real winner one I look forward to reading in

  6. says:

    Sunday Potluck Club by Melissa Storm was a lovely womens fiction book regarding friendship grief and learning to move forward after the loss of a loved one Amy Bridget Hazel and Nicole bonded after meeting at an Anchorage hospital while their

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    I am rounding this up from 35 The Sunday Potluck Club really had the potential to be a downer Its the story of 4 friends who have lost parents and have formed a form of support group and friendship through their loss The first 50 pages are pretty heavy in that grief and loss and the main characters sad state of mind following the loss of her mom and rightly so But it really turned from heavy to uplifting when

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    In the end i got to figure out this is an excerpt of the novel But i'll review it anywayIt was an easy read but i didn't get time to i

  9. says:

    I liked the concept of The Sunday Potluck Club by Melissa Storm than I liked the book But I did finish it It just felt ru

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    The Sunday Potluck Club by Melissa Storm is a book of friendship grief love unconditional love of animals and healing The beginning of the story is a little depressing but the tone soon changes This is a story about people struggling with their grief which can be overwhelming Amy Bridget and Hazel became friends after meeting in

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Econd grade teacher but neither feels uite 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 bo. 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 55 Pub Date 31 Mar 2020Thanks to Melissa Storm Kensington Books and NetGalley for the review copy Opinions are mine TheSundayPotluckClub NetGalley

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Th 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. I am rounding this up from 35 The Sunday Potluck Club really had the potential to be a downer Its the story of 4 friends who have lost parents and have formed a form of support group and friendship through their loss The first 50 pages are pretty heavy in that grief and loss and the main characters sad state of mind following the loss of her mom and rightly so But it really turned from heavy to uplifting when Amy started to move through her grief and her friends did too We get to see the friends each figure out their grief in their own way and especially watch Amy as she grants herself permission to move forward and be happy This is very well set up to be a series around each friend The lower star rating for me is because I am not sure I am attached enough to keep going It was a good fast heartwarming read but maybe not a series I will hang out in

Free download Í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free å Melissa Storm

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 s. Love Love LOVED The Sunday Potluck Club And by the way this review is about the entire book and not just an excerpt which was previously publishedFour very different women with distinct personalities forge a friendship with one another after meeting on a cancer ward They are the survivors who with one exception have lost a loved one to cancer Amy who the story primarily revolves around Bridget whose mother has just died Nicole whose father is in remission and Hazel who lost her mother before the others Each are grieving and coping with their loss as well as survivor s guilt in their own uniue way Told from Amy s point of view we get to know each woman s strength s and their flaws as they encourage one another through difficult times When Amy meets a man whose daughter is in her classroom and who also is coping with loss she finally begins to see that there can be life after monumental lossThe Sunday Potluck Club talks a lot about death grief and coping with loss but never in a heavy way Yes it is realistic to the point that you hurt for some of the women and there were times that I wanted to slap a few of them but overall it was a beautiful story of friendship and overcoming challenges At its heart it is a well crafted love story between friends as well as possible romantic interests It s a book about life not death It also is the first in a new series so each woman will have their story told I cannot wait for the next one