Spice up your life with the second novel from the author of THE FRIDAY NIGHT KNITTING CLUB.
The ingredients: Why can't Gus find time to organise her own birthday party? Because shes too busy sorting out the problems of her friends and family; it seems everyone is facing a career challenge or a romantic dilemma.
The recipe: A series of Sunday suppers (televised, of course) that show real people making real food. And over delicious dishes, relaxed chat and a few bottles of wine, her guests find they have nourished their souls as well as tempting their tastebuds.
Comfort food. A celebration of life itself.
Beautifully written with a fantastic cast of women . . . worth taking a duvet day for . . . you won't want to put this down - Heat on THE FRIDAY NIGHT KNITTING CLUB
Have a tissue box ready for this emotional rollercoaster of a book - She on THE FRIDAY NIGHT KNITTING CLUB
The fluffy escapism of this right-on read is bound to hook you in - Eve on THE FRIDAY NIGHT KNITTING CLUB
I opened Comfort Food on Saturday afternoon and finally closed it with a contented sigh on Sunday evening. In the meantime I'd been completely taken over by Gus, her family and friends. - Bookbag
Yummy romp - Good Housekeeping