Together at the Table is an endearing story of love, family, and food. The third in its series, Together at the Table depicts Juliet, a young restaurant owner in Portland making delectable dishes with her close family and friends, finding out family facts that were unknown to her, getting heartbroken and falling in love again, and grieving over her beloved mother.
Together at the Table was not the first story I had read about Juliet, but it was far more enjoyable. The story line was good, the characters more alive than ever, and I could almost taste the mouthwatering dishes they put together. Something I really liked in the book was that there were recipes at the end of most of the chapters (not that I tried any. I'm a busy gal!). A perfect summer read to help you relax, laugh, cry, and start cooking!
I received a copy of Together a the Table by Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest opinion.