The second in the Souled Out Sister’s series, Come to the Table by Neta Jackson follows the lives of members of the “Souled Out” community church – particularly roommates Kat, Bree, Nick, Rochelle (and her son Conny).
Kat – a new Christian – feels led to share the knowledge she has about food and nutrition with the poor in her community, but must look to others in her church to give legs (and practical wisdom) to her ideas. Along the way, a Kat/Nick/Rochelle love triangle develops.
This Three’s Company-goes-to-church-and-falls-in-love story was a quick, fun read (I started late Friday and have also read a couple of other books yesterday and today) if predicable.
I had a bit of trouble jumping into the story, but that’s probably due to reading this book 2 without ever having read the first. Once I got to know the character dynamics, I had no trouble following along with the story.
Bottom line: Borrow it from the library or a friend.
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