That Slippery Slope ePub download
by Kate Langdon
- ISBN: 1869504984
- ISBN13: 978-1869504984
- ePub: 1924 kb | FB2: 1827 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Contemporary
- Publisher: HarperCollins New Zealand (April 8, 2004)
- Pages: 320
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 733
- Format: rtf mobi txt lit
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DOVE shouts while trying to balance a tray with eight pints of Stella Artois on one hand while gripping a magnum of champagne in the other. Charlie grins at her. Dressed in a black unitard that zips. up the back, Charlie’s outfit leaves little to the imagination. With cheeks flushed from the fireside heat, she leans over the bar and yells to Dove. While you were off doing God knows what, I think I might have reached my goal. Charlie gives a meaningful glance up to the chalet’s balcony, where James rests on his elbows, looking down at the growing party scene.