Slippery Slopes [NOOK Book]


Romances are questioned and friendships tested in the second installment of the Chalet Girls series
At Europe?s hottest ski resort, life is never drama free. This time, the Chalet Girls?Melissa, Harley, and Lily (a.k.a. Dove)?find their bond with one another on the line. Melissa?s feelings are split between two guys, and Lily?s heart is still with her boyfriend on the faraway island of Nevis. When Harley gets a chance to go to that very locale and learns secrets about Lily, ...
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Slippery Slopes

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Romances are questioned and friendships tested in the second installment of the Chalet Girls series
At Europe’s hottest ski resort, life is never drama free. This time, the Chalet Girls—Melissa, Harley, and Lily (a.k.a. Dove)—find their bond with one another on the line. Melissa’s feelings are split between two guys, and Lily’s heart is still with her boyfriend on the faraway island of Nevis. When Harley gets a chance to go to that very locale and learns secrets about Lily, the limits of the girls’ trust are put to the test. As the holiday season approaches, the work gets tougher—and relationships get chillier—at Les Trois Alpes.   
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781480452299
  • Publisher: Open Road Media
  • Publication date: 11/12/2013
  • Series: Chalet Girls , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 200
  • Age range: 12 years
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Emily Franklin

Emily Franklin is the author of Liner Notes and a story collection, The Girls’ Almanac. She is also the author or coauthor of over a dozen young adult books including The Half-Life of Planets (nominated for YALSA’s Best Book of the Year) and Tessa Masterson Will Go to Prom (named to the 2013 Rainbow List). A former chef, she wrote the cookbook-memoir Too Many Cooks: Kitchen Adventures with 1 Mom, 4 Kids, and 102 Recipes to chronicle a year in the life of new foods, family meals, and heartache around the table. Her fiction and essays have appeared in the Boston Globe, Monkeybicycle, the Mississippi Review, Post Road Magazine, Carve Magazine, and Word Riot, as well as on National Public Radio, among others. Her recipes have been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers, and on many food websites. She lives with her husband, four kids, and one-hundred-sixty-pound dog outside of Boston.
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  • Posted November 15, 2008

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    Reviewed by Randstostipher "tallnlankyrn" Nguyen for

    In the first CHALET GIRLS novel, Melissa, Harley, and Dove were just getting to know each other, getting used to their new living arrangements and trying to find comfort with their job positions, all the while trying to fit in some room for a little fun. The girls are back, this time with their friendship on the line. <BR/><BR/>Can they handle any more secrets, when they involve betrayal? <BR/><BR/>Melissa went from having her heart set on one guy, JMB, to having it split between JMB and Gabe, who aren't even talking to her right now. With the thought that she is done with boys, Melissa knows that her idea will never stick, especially since she gets a queasy feeling when she sees JMB and Gabe flirting with other girls. <BR/><BR/>Dove is facing the same situation. Her heart is definitely for her boyfriend, William, who is all the way on the Island of Nevis. But then part of that heart goes to Max, who Dove just so happens to meet at Les Trois. It's a good thing that William and Max do not know each other and live in different parts of the world. The only way out for Dove is to escape her problems -- that is, if she could. <BR/><BR/>Harley is leaving Les Trois and going to the Island of Nevis, the same Island where Dove's boyfriend lives. Dove isn't so sure if she could trust Harley with her boyfriend there, but what's the coincidence of them meeting? While meeting new boys, and a special someone, Harley finds secrets from Dove's past and tries everything to keep in touch with Melissa and Dove. If only they would answer, but can they even trust her? <BR/><BR/>It's Holiday Week at Les Trois, and while things get chillier, the girls' love lives are getting steamier. This is one installment you do not want to miss.

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