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Tipping the Waitress With Diamonds
Sienna knocked on the doors of her aunt's restaurant looking for advice. She’s been promoted at the restaurant where she works, but if she accepts, she’ll have to work with the head chef—her ex-fiancé. But her aunt doesn’t answer the door, Brett Cameron does. He was her first love and is now a famous chef. She blushes like a teenager when he greets her warmly tells her that he has come to try to help her aunt with the restaurant...and that he could use Sienna’s help.
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* Reviews translated are reviews posted on "Romance Library", our local Japanese Harlequin digital comics website. On this website, we translated those reviews into multi-languages with auto-translating machine.
Good review but I
Heroine hero story was bad, but I respond to the ex-fiance of the heroine quite digestion in the lower my rating. Broke up, why carry all by yourself?
After all, it's pride? And I see where ex-fiance ran the various popular chefs you know. But I think I'm trying to put up with now.
Attraction the two processes is polite and good. Was a nice story ♪ disgusting if you say one, the original hero wanted say throw and he great (laughs), the heroine is helpful in a very nice person.
It was nice
Calm was a very nice story. It is a good book.
Very nice love story
It was surprising that read do not expect masterpieces! This is the adult hero or heroine both hardships overcome on their own. Sends a heartfelt blessings and happy going on the past two.
I love you very much! Really! Story is inspiring a wonderful story, of course, matching pictures and flow so far. I really love. The tighter the heart is painful.