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Not settle and has a little trouble making up her mind But it's about to get really complicated for the ueen of ComplicationsThe BillNot only is Dan coming back as her new boss and engaged to someone else but persistent Ex Boyfriend #3 Hugh's back too with a vengeance And suddenly there's a lot on her tray than even the most able food service professional could safely handle. I like the way The Waitress written by Melissa Nathan is written in Following the format like a menu in a restaurant With appetizers main courses desserts and of course don t forget there is the bill These subcategories are separated from her life For instance the main courses are what the protagonist Katie s ideals are such as her idea of romance is a goodbye kiss However the bill which she needs to pay up are her ex eager to find her Nathan ended with the novel nicely The mood she sets up for the reader at the end The sound of cheering drowned out her crying Nathan 367 She uses imagery to create the mood sounding cheerful to cover the protagonist s sadness Canu Cynnar it's about to get really complicated for the ueen of ComplicationsThe BillNot only La bondad de los extraños is Dan coming back as her new boss and engaged to someone else but persistent Ex Boyfriend #3 Hugh's back too with a vengeance And suddenly there's a lot on her tray than even the most able food service professional could safely handle. I like the way The Waitress written by Melissa Nathan Willy the Wizard is written Off-side in Following the format like a menu Esclava Medieval: La Sumisión retorcida en Placer por un Matrimonio de Conveniencia (Novela Romántica y Erótica en Español: Fantasía nº 1) (Spanish Edition) in a restaurant With appetizers main courses desserts and of course don t forget there Enséñame más is the bill These subcategories are separated from her life For Wonder (The Books of Marvella, instance the main courses are what the protagonist Katie s Chicago Billionaires - Contemporary Romance Series Boxed Set ideals are such as her The Valhalla Prophecy (Nina Wilde & Eddie Chase idea of romance The Tunnel is a goodbye kiss However the bill which she needs to pay up are her ex eager to find her Nathan ended with the novel nicely The mood she sets up for the reader at the end The sound of cheering drowned out her crying Nathan 367 She uses Secretos del Cosmos imagery to create the mood sounding cheerful to cover the protagonist s sadness

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The AppetizerKatie has lofty career aspirations that seem to change almost hourly writer film director teacher educational psychiatrist In the meantime she's waiting tables and waiting for Mr Right to arrive out of the blue which seems unlikely considering her romantic track record is as pitiful as her job historyThe Main CourseStill a girl can dream even when she's rushing a. This book is about a 20 something year old who refuses to grow up and wonders aimlessly through life doing a job she doesn t really like and can t decide what to do for her rest of her life Turns out she really did love her shitty waitressing job and it only took a promotion and a hot boss to realise it inspiring

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Hot plate of linguini over to the nasty customer at table six So when gorgeous sensitive perfect Dan Crichton asks her out Katie's over the moon But once again commitment phobia rears its ugly head and dinner turns into the Great First Date Disaster and Katie's ideal romance is over before the goodnight kissThe Just DessertsThings are tough when a woman wants it all and will. This is the story of Katie Simmonds a twenty something who is figuring out what she wants to be when she grows up I like finding yourself stories and so thought I might like this one Instead halfway through the 500 page book I felt like I was still waiting for it to startIn the last hundred pages Katie s friend Sukie tells her that Katie is always handed everything and doesn t have to do anything to earn it This criticism is most definitely not unfounded The scene works well and would have worked better a few hundred pages earlier The last hundred pages show Katie attempting to buy a cafe in her parents village only to be immediately cosmically rewarded by being able to buy the cafe she really wanted the one she already worked for in London and having her love interest Dan break his engagement and pour his heart out to herThe theme of the book is supposed to be that taking risks is better than standing ar


About the Author: Melissa Nathan

Melissa Jane Nathan 13 June 1968 – 7 April 2006 was a journalist and UK author of popular chick lit novels in the early 2000sWhen working on Persuading Annie 2001 Nathan was diagnosed with breast cancer She refused to let the illness dominate her life and in public anyway was unfailingly positive She had no time for most journalism written by cancer sufferers self indulgent dirges



10 thoughts on “The Waitress

  1. says:

    This book is about a 20 something year old who refuses to grow up and wonders aimlessly through life doing a job she doesn't really like and can't decide what to do for her rest of her life Turns out she really did love her shitty waitressing job and it only took a promotion and a hot boss to realise it inspiring

  2. says:

    I am not uite sure what to say about this book I enjoyed the book but found it tough to get going It isn't the best chick lit option out there but it had some good ualities that kept me reading until the end I think the best part was the last few pages which helped tie it all togetherit is OK to take your time to figure out what you want to do in life the journey is just as important as the destination

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    When

  4. says:

    “I I think I know what I want to be when I grow up”Katie took up waitressing after college as something to do until she was sure of her dream job The problem was that she couldn’t make up her mind and just

  5. says:

    This is the story of Katie Simmonds a twenty something who is figuring out what she wants to be when she grows up I like finding yourself stories and so thought I might like this one Instead halfway through the 500 page boo

  6. says:

    after reading the learning curve by melissa nathan i thot tht any book wud b bettr thn this bukbut unfortunately this buk was evn worsethe only

  7. says:

    I like the way The Waitress written by Melissa Nathan is written in Following the format like a menu in a restaurant With appetizers main courses desserts and of course don’t forget there is the bill These subcategories are separated from her life For instance the main courses are what the protagonist Katie’s ideals are such as her idea of romance is a goodbye kiss However the bill which she needs to pay up are he

  8. says:

    Perfecti just love Melissa Nathan's style Getting to know something about everyone in the book You always find a way of identifying w

  9. says:

    A great laugh out loud book It was my first English book I ever read being from Germany and it was witty enough to keep me reading even when I got stuck on a word now or then I had a lot of fun liked the charact

  10. says:

    This book was really just a filler to read over the Christmas break I didn't develop any empathy for the characters so really didn't care what happened to them All in all it was a pretty predictable story

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