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Conversations with Sapphire JBlue chats with Author Xyla Turner

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Always Right -Maxine

My sole business is based on enhancing the customer's experience. Therefore, when I walked into the small restaurant in London, expecting to get what I ordered. I was treated rudely by the waitress/owner and her arrogant son had the dirty nerve to come to his wretched mother's aid. I told them both where they could go and stormed out. 
It was only when it was time for me to come back to the states, did I see that I left my passport. 

The woman wrote a scathing review of my mum's restaurant, so I did what any dutiful son would do. Attempted to defend her honor. It didn't quite work with this woman. My only saving grace was that I had her passport, a name and even after she escaped to the states with not even a goodbye, the review gave me a reason to call upon her. 
She refused to take the review down, and I refused to stop calling her. Then I refused to let her go, which turned into my refusal for her to be claimed by another