A Table For Two

A Table For Two

by Janet Albert

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BN ID: 2940012412188
Publisher: Regal Crest Enterprises, LLC
Publication date: 02/10/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 431,885
File size: 304 KB

About the Author

Janet Albert was born and raised in Johnson City, New York. A nurse and teacher by profession, she lived and worked in Philadelphia for many years before escaping to a place of quiet solitude in the scenic mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania with her partner and yes, the obligatory two cats. Besides writing, she enjoys reading, traveling, cooking, taking rides in the country and anything having to do with nature.

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Table for Two 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Sage320 More than 1 year ago
Ridley Kelsen is excited about starting the school year at a new location, especially since her best friend Laurie already teaches there. Her social life hasn't worked out very well, but reuniting with Laurie and her partner Karen will open up her circle of friends. One of the people they introduce her to is Dana De Marco, the owner and chief chef at a trendy new restaurant in Philadelphia. Dana's heart was broken by a lover who betrayed her, one that she still thinks she loves, so she's not interested in anything but friendship from anyone. Ridley falls in love with Dana the first time she sees her, but Dana has to overcome her past if they are going to have a future. Nothing seems certain, especially when Dana announces that she is going back to Chicago to meet with the woman who hurt her. Ridley has to face the fact that she may lose the only woman she's ever loved. A Table for Two is a routine romance. The women meet, deal with obstacles and the story follows the usual progression. The book is difficult to become engaged with because the characters are somewhat flat and unusually naïve for people of their ages. The book also has a number of mistakes that an editor should have picked up. This is a passable story and anyone looking for a book to pass the afternoon with will probably enjoy it.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sweet story!
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Rue2 More than 1 year ago
Highly recommended