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Balancing Acts: Chalet Girls

(Chalet Girls #1)

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There's one hot dish that Melissa, the resort's new chef, wants. But getting to this top-ranked skier isn't so simple. Meanwhile, Melissa's own past threatens to throw her life-and her heart-off course. Known for her fast skiing and lifestyle, small-town Colorado girl Harley has snagged the coveted job of hostess. What she wants is to catch the eye of world-class skier Jam ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published October 2nd 2007 by NAL Trade
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Reviewed by Randstostipher "tallnlankyrn" Nguyen for TeensReadToo.com

It's one winter vacation three girls will never forget, even if they may want to.

First there's Harley, who quickly packed her bags to get away from her life, which basically took place in a trailer, so she can have a little fun and excitement. With a bad attitude, Harley doesn't really care about her job, even if it is the top job that everyone wants -- hostess. It helps to have good looks. Harley can't believe her luck, even
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really intense and i liked it, but it was extremely hard to follow. hopefully the second one is better :P i'm really captivated though :)
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