At Your Service (mix)

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?

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By Carol (Methuen, MA) · ★★★★★ · October 04, 2014
Jen Malone wove a great plot with fantastic voice. I was impressed by her use of many similies tied into the setting of the book, New York City. (ex: "..she's all lit up like the crystal ball that drops in Times Square on New Year's Eve.") The book is tightly written and a fun read. Kids will lov... ...more
By Ms. · ★★★★☆ · November 14, 2014
Chloe loves living in the St. Michele hotel in New York City, where her father is the concierge. She also likes helping out, and is made a junior concierge by the owner, Mr. Buttercup, so that she can help with the younger guests. She manages to make even the brattiest children happy by schedulin... ...more
By Melanie (South Orange, NJ) · ★★★★★ · February 05, 2014
Thirteen-year-old Chloe Turner wants nothing more than to follow in Dad’s footsteps as a respected concierge in a posh NYC hotel. After all, living at a hotel is heaven, and perks like free concert tickets and all-access passes to boutiques, restaurants, and attractions aren’t too shabby either.

W... ...more
By Lisa (Fairfax, VA) · ★★★★★ · March 17, 2014
I love me a funny book, mostly because writing funny is so hard...and so wonderful to read.

I loved AT YOUR SERVICE even more. Chloe is a junior concierge, working at the hotel where she lives. She's charged with a royal trio of siblings... and then one gets away.

This book. OH I loved this book. F... ...more
By Katie (Albuquerque, NM) · ★★★★★ · August 18, 2014
I really liked it. i absolutely loved the romance/anoyance combonation!Alex and Chloe were my favorie charicters.My favorite part in the entire book, was when Alex kissses Chloe in the wax museum.It was an awesome book and i would love to read it again. ...more
By Ronni (Camden, ME) · ★★★★★ · August 28, 2014
My 12-year-old daughter raved about this book! Jen Malone did a fantastic job conveying the thoughts and feelings of Chloe, the daughter of a concierge at a high-end Manhattan hotel. Desperate to follow in her dad's footsteps, Chloe will do whatever is necessary to shine as a concierge in her own... ...more
By Tara (Boulder, CO) · ★★★★★ · January 27, 2014
This book is such a fun, sweet love letter to New York City. I think that kids who live there, kids who have just visited, and kids who dream about going someday will adore it equally.

Speaking of dreaming, Chloe Turner pretty much has a dream job for a 13-year old as junior concierge, escorting y... ...more
By Cindy · ★★★★★ · September 21, 2014
My 9 year old daughter read this book and loved it. Some nights we would only be able to read a chapter or 2 and she would beg me to keep going. (as would her younger sister) I would say she was a bit young to be reading it, She had trouble with some of the reading so it was a read aloud with Mom... ...more