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Pocket Books, 2002 - Fiction - 224 pages
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LOVE IS NOT A GAME Slim is a working-class waitress who dreams of something better -- until one kiss changes her life. His name is Mitch. He's handsome and wealthy, and he promises to love her forever. They settle into an idyllic suburban home with a new baby girl as a picture-perfect family. But something is going on behind closed doors, and Slim soon realizes there's a price to be paid for living the good life. Mitch has set that price along with the rules. He's determined to keep his new family under control, even if it kills them. For Slim and her daughter, there's only one way out -- escape.
SELF-DEFENSE IS NOT MURDER But running is only the first step. Slim knows she's being followed. She knows she's not safe. She knows what she has to do. To save herself and her daughter, she must spend one last night alone, in the dark, with the man she fears most....

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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2002)

H.B. Gilmour is the author of more than twenty-five movie tie-in novelizations, including America's Sweethearts, One Fine Day, Clueless, and Fatal Attraction. A novelist, nonfiction writer, and children's book author, Ms. Gilmour lives in upstate New York.

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