LET ME SERVE YOU

LET ME SERVE YOU

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by Toye Lawson Brown
     
 
Leighton Hall was a successful Private Wealth Investor in New York. Having left Chicago after graduating high school she vowed never to return home for more than a visit. Sixteen years later, after leaving her Wall Street job, she is back in Chicago and running her brother's restaurant. Faced with hiring a new chef and through a mutual friend, is introduced to

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Leighton Hall was a successful Private Wealth Investor in New York. Having left Chicago after graduating high school she vowed never to return home for more than a visit. Sixteen years later, after leaving her Wall Street job, she is back in Chicago and running her brother's restaurant. Faced with hiring a new chef and through a mutual friend, is introduced to Charles Andrews, a talented chef hailing for Ontario, Canada.

Charlie is hiding a few secrets of his own, but vows to stick around Chicago after meeting Leighton. Although she is charming and friendly, he notices she is very withdrawn. He is made aware why the beautiful woman, with the sad eyes, refuses to take a chance at happiness. Charlie makes it his goal to show her all men aren't dogs and can be trusted. Will Leighton let her guard down long enough to take the challenge, is his only question.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015305432
Publisher:
BooksbyToye
Publication date:
09/07/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
345,519
File size:
171 KB

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LET ME SERVE YOU 3.2 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 9 reviews.
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I started this book two weeks ago, and still haven't been motivated to get back to it.
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I liked this book a lot; it makes you feel sad, humiliating, happy and want to cry all at once. Nice plot, only problem, grammar issues. Overall really liked the book.