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The Potluck Club--Trouble's Brewing (The Potluck Club Book #2) - A Novel - cover

The Potluck Club--Trouble's Brewing (The Potluck Club Book #2) - A Novel

Eva Marie Everson, Linda Evans Shepherd

Publisher: Revell

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Six women. More problems. New secrets. The Potluck Club is back with a yummy casserole of characters, hilarity, and adventure in Summit View, Colorado!Club leader Evie continues to find newcomer Lisa Leann too tough to swallow, especially since the former Texan's new advice column causes rumors to rise faster than her famous instant-yeast cinnamon rolls. When one member stirs things up with a new 'do and a new outlook on life, the girls find themselves in a pickle as gossip takes over the group, a long-awaited romance doesn't go as planned, and the past comes back to haunt the club's youngest member. Seasoned with loads of faith, forgiveness, and friendship, The Potluck Club--Trouble's Brewing gives readers the tasty next serving of friendship fiction that they've hungered for since the debut of this zestful, popular series.
Available since: 06/01/2006.

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