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Tipping The Waitress With Diamonds (The Fun Factor #1)

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Take one hot chef...The world's finest chef, Brett Cameron, has a tough choice to make. Carry on with his new restaurant dream or answer a plea for help and return to where it all began....

Add a sweet, stressed waitress...

Sienna Rossi is out of her depth trying to rescue her aunt's bistro. The dishwasher's leaking, there's sauce in her hair and the frying pan's just caught
Paperback, 184 pages
Published May 11th 2010 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2010)
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WTF was that?

I nearly through this across the room multiple times while I was reading it, but the most infuriating moment was this line;

"My dad told me that she had dyslexia a few years ago, but I didn't really give it any thought. She's my aunt Maria and that's the only thing that matters."

Seriously, have you just been told you're aunt was a bank robber? They treat dyslexia as if it's some sort of disease in this book which bothers me even more since I would be suprised with I was mildly dyslex
I didn't really like this book. The plot line was pretty boring.
I really tried to read it but It just didn't grab my attention.
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Nina Harrington grew up in rural Northumberland, England, within walking distance of both heather moorland, and wonderful wild sandy beaches.

She decided aged eleven, that her dream job was to be a librarian because then she could read all of the books in the public library whenever she wanted!

Many years later she took the bold decision to take a career break from working in the pharmaceutical ind
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