BOOK BY: Carla Laureano

What an enjoyable experience reading this final instalment is, but a depressing feeling once completed that another fantastic series is ended. Now I have to search for another funny, compelling, and page-turning series that compares to the impressive Supper Club series by Carla Laureano.

I don’t think I’ve read a trilogy quite like this one before. Each book is so well written and not one book is better than the other, at least in my humble opinion. There are funny scenes and predicaments in each novel and other scenes that pull at your heart and may be the cause for a few leaky eyes. I didn’t really find any “cheese-factor” (except perhaps during the scenes where cheese played a role in meal preparation *wink). There’s an organic feel to everything about this series and I can’t say enough good things about Ms. Laureano’s latest series.

photo source: Christian Book

My one negative comment is this, it’s really upsetting this series is finished!


This third, and sniff – final book follows Ana Sanchez, the last of the female trio of friends to find love. Her story is really compelling and the ethical, if not moral dilemma Ana faces early on in the story would have many people on edge, and quite unsure of what to do.

Bryan Shaw’s character has always been likeable and I was so happy to see how his story meshed with Ana’s. The challenges he faces and the major life overhaul is something to be commended, even if he is a fictional character.

Just a warning to any of you unfamiliar with this series: Must Have Goodies To Munch On and Coffee To Drink While Reading. It’s true. You can quote me on that.

I enjoyed this book immensely and highly recommend it to any of my reader friends who enjoy a well-rounded story, sprinkled with (a healthy dose) of romance.

Thanks to Carla Laureano for inviting me to be a part of her Reader Room and launch team.