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Inside this Book – ANDREA WOLKOWICZ REALIZED almost immediately that she’d made a mistake. She’d worn her bright blue Escada dress because she looked so good in it. And it gave her confidence. Confidence was something she was going to need in this next round of interviews. She was on her sixth month of job hunting. So far, she’d been unable to convince any local business that five years of helping an international corporation give away money meant she was more than qualified to help a small company make some. The designer dress was a serious miscalculation. Miss Kepper, the person who did the hiring at Guthrie Foods, had given only a cursory glance at her résumé, but she’d looked Andi up and down as if she were the prized beef contender at the county fair. And it didn’t seem to Andi that her interest was fashion. The puny, dour woman with a bad haircut was wearing a gray suit so many years out of style that its gigantic shoulder pads would have put the female cast of Dallas to shame. And her shoes, flats in basic black, looked more like something that would be worn in the gym than in the office. Andi was explaining herself, with a mix of understatement and Midwest modesty. She had a graduate degree from one of the nation’s top business schools. She’d done an internship on the Miracle Mile. And she’d walked away from a successful career as a corporate contributions professional for a Fortune 500 company in Chicago. The question Miss Kepper rightly ought to ask, Andi thought, was: Why would such a dynamic professional with a bright future possibly be interested in a crummy part-time job like this? Miss Kepper did not, of course, ask that question.
Inside this book –The Bikini Car Wash PDF Book by Pamela Morsi – ANDI’S BROW WAS covered with sweat, her T-shirt was smeared with grease and her hands now sported a number of minor burns as she sat the bubbling casserole in the middle of the kitchen table. She had never been much of a cook, but how could she be? Andi had been her father’s daughter. She’d spent all her after-school time helping him out at work. Jelly was the one who had stayed home with Mom. Now that it was too late, Andi really wanted to be able to feed the family the way they’d always been fed. She wanted to cook. How hard could it be? she’d asked herself. She’d explored her mother’s recipe box and found it to be full of unhelpful secrets, like “dash of complement spices” and “cook to cloudy.” She was determined to fix at least a few of the dishes that were her mother’s specialties. And this was one of them. “Dinner!” she called out. She got no immediate response. With a long- suffering sigh she went down the basement stairs. When they were still kids, her mother had sectioned out the laundry area from a place she called the rumpus room. With its worn furniture, television and Ping-Pong table, it was still the most likely spot to find members of her family any time of the day or night.
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- Full Book Name – The Bikini Car Wash
- Author of this Book – Pamela Morsi
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Fiction, Novel, Romance, Contemporary
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