Item description for Secrets In The Sauce (Potluck Catering Club V1) by Linda Evans Shepherd & Eva Marie Everson...
Overview In Summit View, Colorado, the women of the Potluck Club have decided on a bold move. They're launching a catering business that's a lot like them: saucy, spicy, and well-seasoned. But will personal secrets cause the business to crumble before it gets offthe ground? As the women focus on their new venture they will have to deal with a steamy past that threatens a marriage, the scalding truth about those they thought they knew, and the outrageous situations that come out of an unexpected--and revealing--trip back home.
Publishers Description The women of the Potluck Club have decided on a bold move. They're launching a catering business that's a lot like them: saucy, spicy, and well-seasoned. But will personal secrets cause the business to crumble before it gets off the ground? As the women focus on their new venture they will have to deal with a steamy past that threatens a marriage, the scalding truth about those they thought they knew, and the outrageous situations that come out of an unexpected--and revealing--trip back home. Readers will be delighted to see that the ladies of Summit View, Colorado, haven't left the kitchen--they've merely turned up the heat on their most delectable adventure to date.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 5.4" Height: 1" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2008
Publisher Baker Publishing Group
Series Potluck Catering Club
Series Number 1
ISBN 0800732081 ISBN13 9780800732080
Availability 0 units.
More About Linda Evans Shepherd & Eva Marie Everson
Linda Evans Shepherd is an award-winning author, a successful speaker, and a radio personality. The president of Right to the Heart Ministries, she is the author of When You Don't Know What to Pray and Experiencing God's Presence. She lives in Colorado. For more, visit www.sheppro.com.
Linda Evans Shepherd currently resides in Longmont, in the state of Colorado. Linda Evans Shepherd was born in 1957.
Reviews - What do customers think about Secrets In The Sauce (Potluck Catering Club V1)?
Potluck Fan May 20, 2010
I love the Potluck Club series. They are easy to read and hard to put down. I've read them all. Can't wait for the next one to come out.
Good light reading Feb 28, 2010
I bought the whole series (Pot Luck Ladies & Catering ones) not so much for the writing but I liked the characters & I had to find what happenened to them. I loaned this to a friend & she felt the same way. Wondering if there will be more in the future because there are still a few loose ends...
Finally books for the Mature Woman May 23, 2009
The Potluck Club and The Potluck Catering Club are great! There is finally someone writing Christian fiction for and about mature women. The situations are real. The characters are not perfect, have secrets, made and make mistakes just like you and me. They love and care for one another and for their families the same as the readers do. It is such fun to follow their lives. Here's hoping for a new title soon!
They're baaaaack! Nov 6, 2008
The Potluck Club is back and better than ever! They've decided to take their culinary talents, join forces and start up a catering business to serve the town of Summit View. What better way to have fellowship than to serve delicious foods with your best friends to those who love your home cooking? However secrets from the ladies' past start to come back and haunt them. When trying to hide their lurid past from each other, it only starts to tear each woman apart from the inside. Will they learn to trust each other to help them out or will the business fall apart before it barely gets up off the ground?
This book is like comfort food. You know you're going to enjoy the book even before you open the cover. I was so happy to see that one of my favorite series was continuing. I was also happy that the story just adds on, nothing out of the ordinary has changed in Summit View. Everyone gets along a lot better in these books. It's really nice to see the group come together without too much bickering. Any characters that seemed annoying in the first series have toned down a lot are and are more likable. Lisa Leann finally has moments where she cannot be in control. It was refreshing to see her not acting like a know it all for a change. I really hope that Lizzie's story is expanded more in future books. I feel like something needs to be done for her situation as no one is helping her out and it's getting to be a downward spiral. I, myself, have no trouble with the multiple story lines and points of view. Each character is unique and has such an interesting story line that I never got lost. The only thing I didn't like was the way Donna was treated by her half sister and by her boyfriend's mother. How much negativity and snubbing can one person take? Also what's funny is that in the past series I complained that there was too much of Clay and that he took away from the series. Now in this one, he's barely in it at all and I want him back! As always, there are some wonderful recipes from dishes mentioned in the book added for your reading and tasting pleasure. I even tried out a couple of the recipes in the back of the book. The Texas Hash was super easy to make and delicious. I have had requests to make it again (thank you Lisa Leann!) I can't wait for the next book in the series. I love these ladies and I'm so glad they're back!
he Potluck Club crowd decides to become professional caterers Sep 3, 2008
In Summit View, Colorado following the wedding of Evangeline and Vernon catered by the Potluck Club members, the women believe they have proven how good they are as everyone enjoyed the food. They decide to open up a catering business.
They find success preparing meals for galas. However, while their cooking and catering are proving triumphant, each has personal issues to face. One of the members turns to alcohol; another's torrid ancient history affair surfaces; a third just lost her beloved parent; and finally a fourth must choose between two lovers. They turn to one another for solace.
The Potluck Club crowd decides to become professional caterers at a time when each of the members have personal issues. The rotating lead never gets deep into anyone's particular woes so their problems are minimized; almost trivialized. Still fans of the series will enjoy the latest optimistic entry as the Potluck Club turns professional.