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Major Meltdown: Dawson Creek #4 - Rodriguez, K.S.
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Major Meltdown: Dawson Creek #4 - Paperback

1999, ISBN: 0671024779

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[EAN: 9780671024772], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: Simon Spotlight Entertainment, United States, 01 March 1999], Product Description Based on the hit television show produced by Columbia TriStar Television. The temperature's rising. It's cold, dry, and boring in Capeside, but things heat up fast when Jen gets permission for Pacey, Dawson, and Joey to stay at her parents' empty Vermont ski chalet for the weekend. Pacey's ready to meet ski bunnies. Jen's wondering if her "thang" for Dawson is really over, Dawson is pining for Joey. And Joey.she's got her hands full with not one but two handsome ski hunks. Looks like they're all headed for a major meltdown. Joey, Dawson, Pacey, Jen. Four fifteen-year-olds ready to take on the world. They're learning about life, and learning how to love. Excerpt. Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. Chapter One "Brrr! It's like the Antarctic out there," Dawson Leery said as he stepped into the S.S. Ice House and slammed the door shut. He stamped his wet, booted feet by the door and shivered before he spotted his friends, Pacey Witter and Jen Lindley, waving him over to their table. It was easy to find them; the restaurant was empty on this freezing, wet, late Monday afternoon. "The iceman cometh," Pacey cracked when Dawson approached their table. "You look like you were just discovered by archaeologists and thawed out from an iceberg." Jen smiled, putting down her menu. "He's right. Did you swim over here or what?" "Practically," Dawson said as he sat down. "I can't wait until I get my license so I don't have to walk everywhere." "Can you say raincoat? How about umbrella? Repeat after me," Joey Potter chimed in as she swung by their table. "Um-brel-la." "Hey, Joe," Dawson said in what he hoped was a nonchalant tone, as he pulled off his drenched ski jacket. Usually he could take her chiding, but today it just annoyed him. Joey looked so beautiful and.dry.and.unobtainable in her chartreuse turtleneck and work apron. It seemed that every time he willed himself to get over her, he started to miss her all over again. Not that he didn't see her all the time. They were still friends. But things were different now, not like they used to be. The days of easy teasing, comfortable conversations, or her spending the night platonically in his bedroom were over. All of that changed when they started to get involved. And now that they weren't together anymore, it was hard to go backward and resume their lifelong friendship like nothing had happened. "What does one have to do to get served around here?" Dawson asked the room in general. "Hey!" Joey said. "I wouldn't try that tone of voice on the staff if I were you." Dawson slung his jacket on the back of an extra chair, in the process sending drops of water flying. Joey jumped back. "That's it -- special sauce for you!" she said, her tone half-annoyed, half-kidding. Dawson smiled a tight smile. "I'm hungry. Anyone want to split some fries?" He cocked an eyebrow in Pacey and Jen's direction. "Um -- " Pacey said uncomfortably, tugging at the collar of his unseasonable bowling shirt. "I think I'll get my own." Dawson laughed. "You don't think she's serious about the special sauce stuff, do you?" "Well." Pacey started, shooting Joey a cagey look. "I wouldn't worry about it, Pacey," Joey said as she pulled out her pad from her apron. "It's never bothered you before. I think you actually like the 'special sauce.'" Pacey's eyes widened in horror, while Dawson and Jen burst out laughing. "Why.what.what did I ever do?" Pacey stammered. "You exist. Your mere, vile presence automatically qualifies you for the chef's special. The chef, by the way, has a nasty flu bug today," Joey answered, deadpan. Then she poised her pen over the pad, and asked cheerfully, "Now, what would you guys like to order?" "Cheeseburger, fries, the usual," Dawson said. "I'll have the chicken fingers," Jen added. "With honey mustard -- no barbecue, please." Joey scribbled down their orders. "Okay. Pacey?" she asked politely. "What can I get you on this fine winter afternoon?" Pacey threw his menu dow

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Major Meltdown: Dawson Creek #4 - Paperback

1999, ISBN: 0671024779

ID: 1351337198

[EAN: 9780671024772], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: Simon Spotlight Entertainment, United States, 01 March 1999], Product Description Based on the hit television show produced by Columbia TriStar Television. The temperature's rising. It's cold, dry, and boring in Capeside, but things heat up fast when Jen gets permission for Pacey, Dawson, and Joey to stay at her parents' empty Vermont ski chalet for the weekend. Pacey's ready to meet ski bunnies. Jen's wondering if her "thang" for Dawson is really over, Dawson is pining for Joey. And Joey.she's got her hands full with not one but two handsome ski hunks. Looks like they're all headed for a major meltdown. Joey, Dawson, Pacey, Jen. Four fifteen-year-olds ready to take on the world. They're learning about life, and learning how to love. Excerpt. Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. Chapter One "Brrr! It's like the Antarctic out there," Dawson Leery said as he stepped into the S.S. Ice House and slammed the door shut. He stamped his wet, booted feet by the door and shivered before he spotted his friends, Pacey Witter and Jen Lindley, waving him over to their table. It was easy to find them; the restaurant was empty on this freezing, wet, late Monday afternoon. "The iceman cometh," Pacey cracked when Dawson approached their table. "You look like you were just discovered by archaeologists and thawed out from an iceberg." Jen smiled, putting down her menu. "He's right. Did you swim over here or what?" "Practically," Dawson said as he sat down. "I can't wait until I get my license so I don't have to walk everywhere." "Can you say raincoat? How about umbrella? Repeat after me," Joey Potter chimed in as she swung by their table. "Um-brel-la." "Hey, Joe," Dawson said in what he hoped was a nonchalant tone, as he pulled off his drenched ski jacket. Usually he could take her chiding, but today it just annoyed him. Joey looked so beautiful and.dry.and.unobtainable in her chartreuse turtleneck and work apron. It seemed that every time he willed himself to get over her, he started to miss her all over again. Not that he didn't see her all the time. They were still friends. But things were different now, not like they used to be. The days of easy teasing, comfortable conversations, or her spending the night platonically in his bedroom were over. All of that changed when they started to get involved. And now that they weren't together anymore, it was hard to go backward and resume their lifelong friendship like nothing had happened. "What does one have to do to get served around here?" Dawson asked the room in general. "Hey!" Joey said. "I wouldn't try that tone of voice on the staff if I were you." Dawson slung his jacket on the back of an extra chair, in the process sending drops of water flying. Joey jumped back. "That's it -- special sauce for you!" she said, her tone half-annoyed, half-kidding. Dawson smiled a tight smile. "I'm hungry. Anyone want to split some fries?" He cocked an eyebrow in Pacey and Jen's direction. "Um -- " Pacey said uncomfortably, tugging at the collar of his unseasonable bowling shirt. "I think I'll get my own." Dawson laughed. "You don't think she's serious about the special sauce stuff, do you?" "Well." Pacey started, shooting Joey a cagey look. "I wouldn't worry about it, Pacey," Joey said as she pulled out her pad from her apron. "It's never bothered you before. I think you actually like the 'special sauce.'" Pacey's eyes widened in horror, while Dawson and Jen burst out laughing. "Why.what.what did I ever do?" Pacey stammered. "You exist. Your mere, vile presence automatically qualifies you for the chef's special. The chef, by the way, has a nasty flu bug today," Joey answered, deadpan. Then she poised her pen over the pad, and asked cheerfully, "Now, what would you guys like to order?" "Cheeseburger, fries, the usual," Dawson said. "I'll have the chicken fingers," Jen added. "With honey mustard -- no barbecue, please." Joey scribbled down their orders. "Okay. Pacey?" she asked politely. "What can I get you on this fine winter afternoon?" Pacey threw his menu dow

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1999, ISBN: 0671024779

ID: 1351337198

[EAN: 9780671024772], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: Simon Spotlight Entertainment, United States, 01 March 1999], Product Description Based on the hit television show produced by Columbia TriStar Television. The temperature's rising. It's cold, dry, and boring in Capeside, but things heat up fast when Jen gets permission for Pacey, Dawson, and Joey to stay at her parents' empty Vermont ski chalet for the weekend. Pacey's ready to meet ski bunnies. Jen's wondering if her "thang" for Dawson is really over, Dawson is pining for Joey. And Joey.she's got her hands full with not one but two handsome ski hunks. Looks like they're all headed for a major meltdown. Joey, Dawson, Pacey, Jen. Four fifteen-year-olds ready to take on the world. They're learning about life, and learning how to love. Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. Chapter One "Brrr! It's like the Antarctic out there," Dawson Leery said as he stepped into the S.S. Ice House and slammed the door shut. He stamped his wet, booted feet by the door and shivered before he spotted his friends, Pacey Witter and Jen Lindley, waving him over to their table. It was easy to find them; the restaurant was empty on this freezing, wet, late Monday afternoon. "The iceman cometh," Pacey cracked when Dawson approached their table. "You look like you were just discovered by archaeologists and thawed out from an iceberg." Jen smiled, putting down her menu. "He's right. Did you swim over here or what?" "Practically," Dawson said as he sat down. "I can't wait until I get my license so I don't have to walk everywhere." "Can you say raincoat? How about umbrella? Repeat after me," Joey Potter chimed in as she swung by their table. "Um-brel-la." "Hey, Joe," Dawson said in what he hoped was a nonchalant tone, as he pulled off his drenched ski jacket. Usually he could take her chiding, but today it just annoyed him. Joey looked so beautiful and.dry.and.unobtainable in her chartreuse turtleneck and work apron. It seemed that every time he willed himself to get over her, he started to miss her all over again. Not that he didn't see her all the time. They were still friends. But things were different now, not like they used to be. The days of easy teasing, comfortable conversations, or her spending the night platonically in his bedroom were over. All of that changed when they started to get involved. And now that they weren't together anymore, it was hard to go backward and resume their lifelong friendship like nothing had happened. "What does one have to do to get served around here?" Dawson asked the room in general. "Hey!" Joey said. "I wouldn't try that tone of voice on the staff if I were you." Dawson slung his jacket on the back of an extra chair, in the process sending drops of water flying. Joey jumped back. "That's it -- special sauce for you!" she said, her tone half-annoyed, half-kidding. Dawson smiled a tight smile. "I'm hungry. Anyone want to split some fries?" He cocked an eyebrow in Pacey and Jen's direction. "Um -- " Pacey said uncomfortably, tugging at the collar of his unseasonable bowling shirt. "I think I'll get my own." Dawson laughed. "You don't think she's serious about the special sauce stuff, do you?" "Well." Pacey started, shooting Joey a cagey look. "I wouldn't worry about it, Pacey," Joey said as she pulled out her pad from her apron. "It's never bothered you before. I think you actually like the 'special sauce.'" Pacey's eyes widened in horror, while Dawson and Jen burst out laughing. "Why.what.what did I ever do?" Pacey stammered. "You exist. Your mere, vile presence automatically qualifies you for the chef's special. The chef, by the way, has a nasty flu bug today," Joey answered, deadpan. Then she poised her pen over the pad, and asked cheerfully, "Now, what would you guys like to order?" "Cheeseburger, fries, the usual," Dawson said. "I'll have the chicken fingers," Jen added. "With honey mustard -- no barbecue, please." Joey scribbled down their orders. "Okay. Pacey?" she asked

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