Brunch at Ruby’s was one of the most engaging books I read in 2019. From page one I was caught up in the lives of Debra, Maxine and Renee. This book was so good I messed around and missed my train stop on my way to work! Definitely looking forward to reading the other books in this series in 2020.
If you haven’t read any of DL White’s books please download one today. I promise you will not be disappointed.
Three Friends. One City. Waiting to Exhale in the “A.”
Brunch at Ruby’s is warm, funny southern women’s fiction about three friends who live in Atlanta and everything that happens before, after, and during their monthly brunch at Ruby’s Soul Food Cafe. But it’s also about finding and keeping love, lifelong friendships with women who are like sisters and the bonds between them that bend but don’t break.
Debra Macklin is the envy of her friends. She has it all: a successful career, a long marriage and a happy child, but she’s hiding an explosive secret that could not only shatter her perfect image, but destroy her marriage and career.
Maxine Donovan is a self made success, having overcome her past to live the life she deserves to live, but despite all she earns and owns, she’s on a constant quest for Mr. Right. Handsome, aloof Malcolm Brooks might just be The One, but when Malcolm’ s attention turns toward her friend instead, Maxine is willing to risk a strong bond to fight for him.
Renee Gladwell left a handsome boyfriend to return to Atlanta and nurse her father and Gladwell Books to health. Four years later she’s still struggling with his Alzheimer’s diagnosis and a bookstore that is in no shape to sell. Renee is in limbo,caring for a man who is slowly forgetting his past. When she meets Malcolm Brooks, her life brightens, but is love ever worth risking a friendship?