In a moment of brilliance, Kat Davies realizes she has the perfect solution to the roommate dilemma. She’ll just invite Rochelle and Conrad to move in with her and the other roommates. Rochelle’s parents (and Conrad’s grandparents) are just upstairs. It’s a win-win for everyone.
Or is? Kat is seriously starting to rethink her great idea. At least she thinks about it when she has nothing else to think about which isn’t all that often. She has time to think when she isn’t talking to Edesa about teaching a nutrition class, accompanying Estelle on a grocery store trip with some of the underprivileged women she mentors. Or when she’s volunteering at a local food pantry.
Oh and did I mention she is also working with the STEP program M-F mornings and working afternoons or evenings at the coffee shop?
Yes, Kat Davies has her hands full. But the romance that seems to be budding between Nick and Rochelle is consuming a lot of her thoughts. So are her own growing feelings for Nick.
You’ll have to read Come to the Table by Neta Jackson to see how the story turns out. Come to the Table is published by Thomas Nelson and is a SouledOut Sisters novel.
The book is wonderfully written. You will find yourself captivated from the first word and you’ll cry when you read the last one. You’ll laugh, cry, get angry, and be inspired while you read this book.
The only thing I didn’t like about the book, and it was almost so minor as to not even be noticed, I believe Biblically women are not to be pastors. Women should not stand up and preach. I firmly believe that God gave man that responsibility.
I give this book 5 turning pages!
(I received this book for free from Thomas Nelson for the purpose of review.)