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Come to the Table (A SouledOut Sisters Novel Book 2) by [Jackson, Neta]
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Fans of Jackson’s Yada Yada Prayer Group books will love the newest in her SouledOut Sisters series. Kat Davies, always impulsive, is trying to figure out how her passion for food and her new Christian faith can come together. Add to the mix two part-time jobs; Rochelle, her new roommate; Rochelle’s little boy, Cony; and a burgeoning interest in her other housemate, Nick, and Kat certainly has her hands full. Nick, meanwhile, is adjusting to his new pastoral intern role at the SouledOut church. He is spending much of his free time with Cony, and Rochelle is also strongly attracted to him. As Kat and Nick dance around their mutual interest, their lives become more intertwined when Kat is inspired to start a food pantry at their church. Come to the Table is full of Jackson’s signature blend of wit and heart. Her characters are totally relatable, and both fans and new readers will enjoy the perspective of this new generation of Chicagoans seeking faith and direction. --Carolyn Richard

About the Author

Neta Jackson's award-winning Yada books have sold more than 800,000 copies and are spawning prayer groups across the country. Neta and her husband, Dave, are an award-winning writing team, best known for the Trailblazer Books—a 40-volume series of historical fiction with 1.5 million in sales—and Hero Tales: A Family Treasury of True Stories from the Lives of Christian Heroes (vols 1-4). They live in the Chicago area. Twitter: @ DaveNetaJackson Facebook: DaveNetaJackson

Product Details

  • File Size: 1033 KB
  • Print Length: 398 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: B00FDYT13A
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson (December 10, 2012)
  • Publication Date: December 10, 2012
  • Sold by: HarperCollins Christian Publishing
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009M9OVZU
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #326,387 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
I was so excited to learn that the newest installment of Neta Jackson's SouledOut Sisters Series, Come to the Table was going to be available on Thomas Nelson Publishing's Booksneeze Blogger program! I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

Neta Jackson has a way of creating flawed, real characters that the reader can relate to. The characters are all from extremely different backgrounds, and have to overcome bias and misconceptions in order to become successful. The faith displayed in the characters is both heartwarming and inspiring. I always finish these books feeling like I am a little bit renewed in my faith and hungering for the Word. This book was no different, and I am so glad that I requested it! Highly recommended!
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By Shashasha on November 21, 2012
Format: Paperback
I love the Yada Yada books and the SouledOut Sisters books! This one did not disappoint! I love seeing Kat and Avis's relationship change as the books go on and I love the stories and the characters! Kat seems like a genuinely good peson but a bit overzealous. And I love Kat and Nick's relationship and I am so curious to see how it continues to blossom over the next few books!
I loved this book and read it in one sitting. If you loved Stand by Me or the Yada Yada books, you will love this one! It's so fun to see where the characters form Yada Yada have ended up!!
I got this book for free from Booksneeze in exchange for an honest review.
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I have been reading the Yada Yada series since it was just one book. Now it is a series of 7 books with multiple spin-offs. I was thrilled for the opportunity to read this latest installment of the series.

One of the reasons I wanted to read this book was because I really did not like the character of Kat who appeared in Stand By Me, the first book in the SoulOut Sisters series. She really annoyed me which does not usually happen as I read a book. I know it is fiction, but the portrayal of a college age girl who thinks she knows everything and is not teachable really bothered me. She also seems quite spoiled especially in her quest to teach people how to eat right, yet she does not understand the financial investment of healthy food. In this book, she does learn a few things and develops into a like able person. She discovers that helping people is more than just telling them to eat right. So I think that Kat redeemed herself by the end of the book, and I am still a fan of Neta Jackson's writing.

Thomas Nelson provided me a free copy of this book in exchange for this review which I freely give.
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I have read every one of Ms. Jackson's Yada Yada series books, including her husband's two co-ordinating "brothers" books.

This book was another good one in the series, if you are a fan. I have to agree that the main character, Kat, kind of rubbed me the wrong way a little. As a fan of the series, and liking the other characters, I still enjoyed the book.
Kat HAS been brought up in a wealthy, priveleged family, and is still a new Christian. I would think it would be hard for someone that has never been exposed to hardship to grasp what people that live that way go through. So, I feel like there is a reason for the "attitude" that some are perceiving. She is being educated though. She is learning and growing in her faith, and she is learning compassion for others and how to help others - not HER way, but the way that GOD wants her.

There is a budding romance between Kat and her friend/roommate Nick. They both have growing feeling for each other, but are too scared to reveal them. And Rochelle's presence in the house complicates things when she starts to view Nick as good "daddy material" for her son.

We also get to see more of Josh and Edesa Baxter, and learn a little more about them - (probably my favorite part of the books!) and see how Edesa guides Kat in her journey. Edesa becomes somewhat of a "big sister/mentor" to Kat, helping to open her eyes and to slow down and make sure her plans are God-approved before running ahead of Him to implement her own plans.

While this isn't my favorite off-shoot of the Yada Yada books, I still enjoyed getting to know the characters, and seeing my old favorites interact with them. I'm hoping Ms. Jackson plans to give us more!
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Another great book by Neta Jackson. A lot of the same characters as the Yada Yada Prayer Group. I never tire of these books. If you liked the others you will love this book. I can already see a few spin offs possible from this book.
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In the second installment of the "Souled Out" series, Neta Jackson's novel Come To The Table is a continuation of the story of Kat Davies. She dreams of helping the less fortunate learn to cook and make healthy food choices in urban Chicago neighborhood.

Armed with her vast knowledge of healthy eating, and dumpster diving, Kat sets out to teach women how to live healthy and eat right on a budget. She runs into some obstacles with her methods, and the people she thought would be her best supporters are her biggest hurdles in the beginning. Her heart is in the right place, but she must overcome some of her "prejudices" in order to succeed with her mission.

I have to admit that this was an interesting story. While I do believe that the main character Kat did have a right heart, she came across as just plain snobby and very unlikable. I did not like her attitude and her "come uppance". She was portrayed to be a healthy young woman who makes the right decisions when it comes to eating, but many times, she was just rude about it.

She asked a young mother and her son to come live with them, and her ignorance about the young woman's medical condition and unwillingness to ask directly about it made this character get under my skin even more. I have never experienced this before, and thought maybe I just didn't know the girl that well. I actually got the first book in the series Stand By Me just to see if I could learn more about Kat and maybe even understand her.

Nope, not gonna happen. She was just as snobby and unlikable in the first book. To have a main character turn me off this much was a first.

I think that this book, and the series, were well written, with a good story line and moral ending. But, the main character just rubbed me the wrong way totally. I hope that the next book will find this young woman a little bit more in touch with the people around her.
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