This was a really good read. Yes, it was somewhat cheesy, but cheese goes good with bread. Ha!
A story of a woman, Lois, whose life makes a big change when she moves from Michigan to San Francisco to work at a tech company coding programs for robots. The new company sounds like a Google workplace with free food and beds which keep the employees there way after hours.
Lois has no friends other than those few at work and spends most of her time at the company. She finds a menu for a new restaurant, a whole in the wall, and starts ordering from them. It ends up that she orders from them so much that the brother who own it call her "Number one Eater".
Then the brothers Visa expires and they give Lois a going away present. Their starter for the Sourdough bread that they made.
This makes a big change in Lois' life and all for the better. A little sappy towards the end - yes, this is the cheesy part - but a very enjoyable read.
And yes, I looked it up, there is a "Lois Club". I didn't find any Debbie clubs, however. Ha!
Thanks to Farrar, Straus and Giroux and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.