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Rainbow Rowell

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Варяmembuat kutipan7 tahun yang lalu
It had gotten easier to write on paper, though Cath still missed her keyboard.… “I need to cut and paste,” she’d say to Nick. “Next time,” he’d say, “bring scissors.”
Варяmembuat kutipan7 tahun yang lalu
“I feel sorry for you, and I’m going to be your friend.” “I don’t want to be your friend,” Cath said as sternly as she could. “I like that we’re not friends.” “Me, too,” Reagan said. “I’m sorry you ruined it by being so pathetic.”
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And her hair’s so blond, it’s flashing at you. It’s burning out your retinas one fucking cone at a time.
Варяmembuat kutipan7 tahun yang lalu
“You look like you need some fresh air.” “Me?” Cath gagged on her pot roast sandwich. “You look like you need fresh DNA.”
Zayna Rifaathmembuat kutipan11 hari yang lalu
“What do you put in your hair to make it stick up like that?” she asked.

He laughed and did it again. “Nothing.”

“Nothing? Something—”

“I think it does that because I don’t wash it.…”

She grimaced. “Ever?”

“Every month or so, maybe.”

Cath wrinkled her nose and shook her head. “That’s disgusting.”

“No, it isn’t. I still rinse it.”

“Still disgusting.”

“It’s perfectly clean,” he said. He leaned toward her, and his hair touched

her arm. This room was too small. “Smell it.”

She sat back. “I’m not smelling your hair.”

“Well, I’ll smell it.” He pulled a piece down his long forehead; it came to

the bridge of his nose. “It smells like freshly mown clover.”

“I don’t think you mow clover.”

“Can you imagine how sweet it would smell if you did?” Levi sat back,

which was a relief—until he picked up her pillow and started rubbing his head

into it.

“Oh, God,” she said, “stop. That’s such a violation.”

Levi laughed, and she tried to grab her pillow from him.
Zayna Rifaathmembuat kutipanbulan lalu
Are you on drugs?”

“No.”

“Maybe you should be
Zayna Rifaathmembuat kutipan2 bulan yang lalu
You can’t take back texts. If you come off all moody and melancholy in a text, it just sits there in your phone, reminding you of what a drag you are
Piniwwwmembuat kutipan6 bulan yang lalu
(She was pretty good with treachery, too.
Claudia López Moramembuat kutipantahun lalu
“You must be Cather,” the boy said, grinning and holding out his hand.
Claudia López Moramembuat kutipantahun lalu
ou must be Cather,” the boy said, grinning and holding out his hand.
interferencia destructivamembuat kutipan2 tahun yang lalu
“Why is everybody blond?” Cath asked. “And why are they all white?”
Divina Sethimembuat kutipan2 tahun yang lalu
soon as she’d won him over. The conversion was her favorite part. “That moment,” she told Cath, “when you realize that a guy’s looking at you differently—that you’re taking up more space in his field of vision. That moment when you know he can’t see past you anymore
Divina Sethimembuat kutipan2 tahun yang lalu
would say.
“He’s an end table,” Wren would answer.
“He’s always there for me.”
“… to set magazines on.”
“Would you rather I dated someone like Jesse? So we can both stay up crying every weekend?”
“I would rather you dated someone you’d actually like to kiss.”
“I’ve kissed Abel.”
“Oh, Cath, stop. You’re making my brain throw up.”
“We’ve been dating for three years. He’s my boyfriend.”
“You have stronger feelings for Baz and Simon.”
“Duh, they’re Baz and Simon, like that’s even fair—I like Abel. He’s steady.”
“You just keep describing an end table.…”
Wren had
luminámembuat kutipan2 tahun yang lalu
“when you realize that a guy’s looking at you differently—that you’re taking up more space in his field of vision. That moment when you know he can’t see past you anymore.”
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The problem with playing hide-and-seek with your sister is that sometimes she gets bored and stops looking for you.
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That was the beauty in stacking up words—they got cheaper, the more you had of them
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Cath leapt into the next big puddle, soaking Wren up to her thighs. Wren jumped and screamed, and it was totally worth it. Cath’s feet were already soaked.
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“No. Are you jealous?”
“No.” He shook his head, like he was shaking something off; then he turned to her and smiled. “Do you want me to be?” He raised an eyebrow. “I can throw a big tantrum if you like that sort of thing.”
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She thought about walking away and leaving him here to deal with Reagan and Wren, who were difficult and unpleasant a lot of the time even if they liked you.
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Cath liked routines. She felt flushed with serotonin.
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