- Publisher: LOL 26 1986/91 (1986)
- ASIN: B009DCYZ4S
- Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
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Lessons Learned Paperback – 1986
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Excerpt from the back of the book:
"An expert in the kitchen-and the bedroom-Carlo Franconi was more than willing to teach publicist Juliet Trent the secrets to his success. Juliet never combined business with pleasure, yet she was captivated by Carlo's outrageous boldness and charm.
But twenty-one days on tour with the world's sexiest chef was enough to stir any woman's emotions!"
I object to the publishers not saying that it's a reprint.
I'm really really tired of it.
I suppose that expecting loyalty to the reading public is a pipe dream.
Time to hit up congressmen and women, and senators. We need laws requiring disclosure. It's the only way.
It definitely did not let me down. it was just as great as Summer Desserts! I myself worked for a true Northern Italian Chef and her character, Carlo Franconi, reminded me sooo much of him. It was such a fun enjoyable read. I truely loved it!
Hopefully One day, I will get swept off my feet by the one true person who will accept the nature of the Culinary business just like Carlo and Summer has.
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