Fat Fridays by Judith Keim. Published by Lake Union

It’s so stereotypical it’s almost laughable, almost. Sukie’s husband has been cheating on her with Sukie’s toned and gorgeous Pilates instructor. It’s the talk of the small Southern town where they live, and feeling humiliated, Sukie burrow in at home rather than face the gossip and innuendo. That’s when her neighbor, Betsy invites her to Fat Fridays, a weekly gathering of women who eat whatever they want at a local diner. No calorie counting, no talk of dieting. Instead they talk about their lives, the good, the bad and the ugly. These women are facing a lot of issues from the mundane, like losing a few pounds, to spousal abuse. Perhaps some of the issues could have been handled with more gravity, but all in all this was an enjoyable read about the sisterhood of women

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