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Room Service

3.38  ·  Rating Details ·  98 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Maid service was something she required...

Jet-setter Katya Morgan believes that love comes in gilt-wrapped packages tied with neat red bows. So when her father disinherits her, her first priority is to get her money and her cushy life back. Meanwhile, having no way to pay the enormous bill she racked up at the Royal Palmetto Hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona, poses a slight pro
Paperback, 336 pages
Published May 18th 2003 by St. Martin's Paperbacks
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Jennifer Wardrip
Nov 06, 2012 Jennifer Wardrip rated it really liked it
Katya Morgan was raised to believe that money equals love. Sent away to baording school upon the death of her mother at age 10, her father has always been absent in every way but one. He's always provided her with every material possession that money can buy. And when he dies and disinherits her, even having her stepmother Jillian take back everything that his money ever paid for, Katya is not only devasted, but broke. When sexy Alex Sheridan, the general manager of the premier Royal Palmetto ...more
Heather in FL
I am so very confused, lol. The blurb associated with this book is nothing like what I read, but I'm glad someone else who reviewed it read the same story as I did.

Katya Morgan's father has just died. She's been coddled since she was young, at least in terms of money. Her mother died when she was ten, and she looks so much like her mom that her heartbroken father can't deal and sends her away. She thinks it's because she cried over her mother's death, and that's what she believes for many, many
I was listening to but have stopped to listen to Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie. I was expecting Room Service to be more of a light, funny chick lit type novel. So far, it's not. It's been rather sad.
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