Young Widows' Supper Club
by IJ Sarlon
Beth is too young to be a widow. As she begins to lose both patience and hope, Beth is swept up in a group of other young widows who aren't content to sit in a circle and eat stale cookies and talk about their sadness. The women begin to form new and profound friendships over vibrant meals, lots of wine, and the kind of laughter that comes from the heart.