The next book I chose to review for Thomas Nelson’s book review group, Book Sneeze, was “Come to the Table” by Neta Jackson. I had read another series by Jackson previously (the House of Hope series), and really enjoyed it. Because of that, I was curious about reading this book. Neta Jackson has a way of drawing her readers in from the start, and making you want to continue reading the book, and the series! This book is the second in a new series, called The SouledOut Sisters series. I hadn’t read the first book, but Jackson makes sure to weave in little details throughout that catch you up to speed on the characters, and things that has happened to them in previous books. I thought this book was an excellent work of Christian fiction, and I look forward to reading others in the series. The main character is a young woman, just out of college. The story has Biblical aspects all throughout, a romantic storyline, conflict, and everything you would want to keep you interested in the book! I appreciate that the story is realistic without being too graphic in areas of life that we know exist, but may not want to read about in a Christian story.