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Top Customer Reviews
The book dives straight in with the first meal at Eve's home, and I enjoyed that there wasn't too much setting up and it got straight into the action. Instead, Bratley choses to tell the backstory between Joe and Eve deciding to take part in the supper club, and then Eve and Ethan's relationship through little flashback throughout the first few chapters, and it was fun to read. It flitted back and forth rather easily, and I loved how I was left in suspense in parts because something would happen, and then it would jump back to another flashback, and I'd be left wondering what happened, which was fantastic! The book is written in the first person from Eve's point of view, so the flashback type of narrative works really well, and it really allows us to get into the mind of Eve and understand her reactions and why she does what she does in the book.
The dinner party part of the book was really fun to read. The book is split into 4 parts - one for each of the dinner parties and the story with Eve, Ethan and Joe progresses around these.Read more ›
Eve's world was completely shattered three years ago when boyfriend Ethan disappeared out of her life with no reason or explanation. After a long time of hurt, her heart was finally repaired and she got together with childhood friend Joe who she is very comfortable with, very happy with and who loves her with all his heart.
Joe is a freelance journalist and when an article was due to be written about a Saturday Supper Club experience and one of the contestants dropped out Joe asks Eve whether she would stand in. She reluctantly agrees and is the first to host the guests. When her doorbell rings she is totally and utterly gobsmacked when the person standing on her doorstep is her long lost love Ethan!
After taking in the knowledge that he has reappeared in her life, Eve wants an explanation from Ethan. But is the Supper Club the right place to get it?
This book was absolutely tremendous and I really could not put it down. Eve and her sister Daisy lost their mom when both children were young girls and the way that writer Amy Batley writes about their emotions is outstanding. Having lost my own darling mom, not at an early age but later in life, I sat and sobbed when Amy described how Eve had been sat at her moms bedside as she was taken from them. They also cared so much about their dad who was trying to keep himself together and tried then to bring them up the best way a single dad possibly can. That all hit home I can tell you!Read more ›
You can find more of my reviews on my book blog Confessions of a Book Geek!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The writing is good and the story pretty good but the protagonist is unlikable and self involved- wasn't that interested in how the story endedPublished 7 months ago by Sarah Yates
Great, speedy delivery. As described. Recommended seller, will buy again from this sellerPublished 16 months ago by Mrs. R. Garfield
I was hoping for more of a Maeve Binchy approach to the four diners in the Saturday Supper Club but that didn't happen. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Closet Romantic
Good story kept my interest through out the book. Would read another book by this author. Enjoyed the story line.Published on 23 April 2015 by Mrs. K. Millar
I read this book in three days and I could not put it down. It is one of those books that you don't have to think a lot about so it is what I call light reading. Read morePublished on 25 Jan. 2015 by S. Wilson
It took me less than a week to read this book and I really enjoyed it. It avoids the obvious cliches I often find in chick lit type reads and I did actually like the characters... Read morePublished on 25 Jan. 2015 by Anna McIver
I like to read all genres of books including chick lit. I must say though that this is the first book I have not been able to finish. Read morePublished on 29 Sept. 2014 by Book lover