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Grades 4 - 8Grades 4 - 6n/a5.351608
Chloe loves working as a junior concierge at an exclusive NYC hotel—but when three royal kids come to stay, her hospitality is put to the ultimate test!

Chloe Turner has pretty much the BEST life. She gets to live in the super fancy Hotel St. Michele. New York City is her hometown. And her dad, Mitchell Turner, concierge extraordinaire, is teaching her all the secrets of the business so she can follow in his footsteps. After helping him out with a particularly difficult kid client, Chloe is appointed the official junior concierge, tending to the hotel’s smallest, though sometimes most demanding, guests.

Her new position comes with tons of perks like cupcake parties, backstage passes to concerts, and even private fittings with the hippest clothing designers. But Chloe hasn’t faced her toughest challenge yet. When three young royals (including a real-life PRINCE!) come to stay, Chloe’s determined to prove once and for all just how good she is at her job. Except the trip is a total disaster—especially when the youngest royal disappears. Now it’s up to Chloe to save the day. Can she find the missing princess before it becomes international news?
Paperback, 272 pages
Published on August 26, 2014 by Aladdin
ISBN-10: 1481402838
ISBN-13: 9781481402835
2 Book Reviews
  • ramonakitty
    ramonakittyover 1 year44 stars
    This a great book. It is about a girl named Chloe who is a junior concierge at the hotel that her dad works at in NYC, but when three young royals come to stay, things get out of hand. They lose the youngest royal (Ingrid) who is nine years old in New York City. Read this book to figure out if they find her.
    • namers
      namersover 6 years44 starsFeatured
      At Your Service is an amazing read. I enjoyed it, because is very well written, with an interesting plot and creative characters. I don't usually like to read mysteries, but I couldn't put At Your Service down. I loved how random trivia facts and "hotel speak" were incorporated throughout. Jen Malone (the author) came to a book club that I had for At Your Service. I learned a lot about the writing process and how At Your Service came to be. I would highly recommend this book.