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BEAUTIFULLY WRITTEN BOOK,
This review is from: The Secret Supper Club (Paperback)
Twenty six year old Hannah Sugarman spends most of her days at the influential but deathly dull
Washington DC think tank where she works thinking up recipes, lusting over various food blogs and
thinking up extravagant meals.
All Hannah wants to do is cook, but her high flying academic parents do not believe that a catering
career is suitable for their daughter and they won't hear of her abandoning her post when they had to
pull a lot of favours in to secure the post for her in the first place.
Hannah gets dumped by her boyfriend who she absolutely adored and her world begins to implode at a
rate of knots and she has to move out of her beloved home.
Every cloud - Hannah moves into a basement flat complete with a landlord - Blake who happens to live
above Hannah in the house and slowly Hannah starts to get back on track with her life.
This is a fabulous read and Hannah is a great protagonist, feisty and vulnerable and very very
likeable and believable I rooted for her from the start and left me still thinking about the book
a long time afterwards.