Table for Two

Table for Two

by Dara Girard

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Overview

After a disastrous weight-loss program and devastating divorce, self-help author and teacher Cassie Graham calls it quits—on diets and on men. So, when she meets reclusive restaurant owner Drake Henson—a man with gorgeous eyes, a sexy grin and a large appetite for food—Cassie knows exactly what to do. Run for cover.

Drake knows all about running. After years of distancing himself from his past and the challenges of raising his two younger siblings on the streets of DC, he enrolls in one of Cassie’s classes to improve his social skills. But when he meets Cassie, she turns his world upside down.

For the first time in his life, Drake gets his first taste of true desire. Now, he must find a way to win Cassie’s trust and convince her that only the size of her heart matters.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781949764154
Publisher: ILORI Press Books, LLC
Publication date: 09/27/2018
Series: A Henson Series Novel
Pages: 372
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.83(d)

About the Author

Dara Girard is the bestselling author of more than thirty novels including "Gaining Interest", "Careless Rapture" and "Honest Betrayal".

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Table for Two 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous 4 months ago
excellent+story+line+read+it%0Athree+times
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Aliska More than 1 year ago
Couldn't put this book down. The only regret I have with reading it is that there isn't a sequel. Loved the read.
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Nook_AddictPL More than 1 year ago
Did not expect the drama in the end. Was a good read.
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Stephanie Biggurs More than 1 year ago
I loved Drake! This author is quickly becoming one of my favorites!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Oh. My. Goodness. Drake was THE man. He was rough around the edges, socially unpolished, and took the 'whatever' attitude to a new level, but his brotherly love for his siblings and his don't-stop-get-it-get-it love for Cassie made him softer. He went after that which he wanted...including a woman with a dogged dermination that was admirable. I liked the fact that he could cook, but I loved the fact that he knew how to turn a woman on mentally, bring out the serious mack in the bedroom, and show the beast to anyone who threatened what he considered his. What completely won me over was his passionate defense of Cassie, and how he refused to tolerate any derogatory remarks about her from anyone, including herself. His remark that she deserved better [than what she was getting from various people] and that he would make sure that she got it, demonstrated that he not only loved her but respected her as well. The setdown he gave one of admirers was textbook, but the what-for he delivered to her parents practically ad me cheering aloud and doing an end zone dance. 'Go Drake!' One of my favorite parts was when one of the characters revealed to Cassie that she could not recognize when people loved her. It was important because it is a fault that numerous people have, and they frequently realize wtoo late that someone thought that they were wonderful. Sure, Cassie had serious issues with her weight, and Drake had serious issues with his past,which occupied a fair amount of space in the book, but that is life. The characters had real life issues that they had been dealing with for a large part of their lives and you cannot sum that up in a hundred pages. This book had everything: a man defending his woman; a woman fighting for her man; a couple fighting for their inner peace and their future,and humor. This book is a keeper. I thoroughly enjoyed it and eagerly await Ms. Girard's next book
Guest More than 1 year ago
Well, this book was ok. I think it could have been better. The author played the characters around. I did not like how the woman tried to use the man. I forgot their names. It to me could have been better.