Turning Tables by Heather & Rose MacDowell

April 29, 2008 at 8:51 am Leave a comment

A fun piece of chick-lit which takes you behind the scenes of waiting tables at an exclusive restaurant.

After Erin is downsized from her job as marketing exec, she can’t find something else so out of desperation (and through family connections) she gets a job as a server at one of Manhatten’s top new restaurants. So there’s plenty of fun as Erin tries to prove herself as a server and finds a little love along the way (will it be in the kitchen with the cute sous chef or out on the floor with a handsome guest?).

A fun quick read that I enjoyed.

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