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By Emily Franklin

There is one sizzling dish that Melissa, the resort's new chef, desires. yet attending to this top-ranked skier isn't really so basic. in the meantime, Melissa's personal earlier threatens to throw her life-and her heart-off direction.

Known for her speedy snowboarding and way of life, small-town Colorado woman Harley has snagged the coveted activity of hostess. What she desires is to trap the attention of world-class skier James. Can she get spotted between ecu A-listers?

Former society woman Lily, a.k.a. Dove, does not brain cleansing up after site visitors, in view that it really is bringing in much-needed greenbacks. quickly she will purchase her personal price ticket to the island lodge the place her surfer overwhelm awaits-as lengthy as she will hold her mystery. The Chalet women are in for one scorching winter-as lengthy as they work out easy methods to squeeze a few paintings into all of the fun...

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I’m not so sure. . ” Dove looks around the kitchen. ” She doesn’t want to step on Melissa’s toes. “Not to say you need my help . ” Melissa waits. “Okay, so the muffins look nice . . but plain. So—you can do a couple of things. ” Dove mimes her words using one muffin as the example. “Then you stick it under the broiler for about twenty seconds—less, even. ” Dove remembers eating them by the fireside while wrapped in a blanket, next to William, and instantly feels a tug in her stomach. ” Melissa watches Dove pluck a warm muffin from the tray and slice off its top.

Her wide mouth and full lips slide into a frown, her eyes hinting at tears. ” The wind seeps into the cracks, chilling the room and reminding Harley of where she really longs to be—outside on the slopes, with nothing but the sound of skis on snow and the wind rushing by her cold face. She wants to be there right at this moment, with— “You’ll be okay, seriously,” Dove says, pulling Harley back to the present. “All you have to do is . ” Harley does each action as she says it. “I know—smile, say what the judges—I mean the people—want to hear, and look them directly in the eye.

Melissa watches her. ” Dove’s grin spreads wide across her face. “Smile. Big. ” Melissa asks the question into the dark as Harley comes in. ” Harley slides out of her jeans, boots, and sweater and slips into the top bunk. The mattress is thin and lumpy; she winces, not because of the discomfort but because the feeling reminds her of home. I might be the only person out tonight who came home alone, she thinks, glad she’s finally in bed. “The point of going out is to stay out, right? ” “The point is, we were sleeping—after working hard all night,” Dove says, her English accent muffled by her pillow.

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