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Easy (Contours of the Heart, #1) Easy by Tammara Webber
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“Love is not the absence of logic
but logic examined and recalculated
heated and curved to fit
inside the contours of the heart”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“Choosing to be with you, isn't a difficult decision, Jacqueline...It's easy. Incredibly easy.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“I wanted to tell you that I just--I miss you. And maybe that sounds ridiculous--like we barely know each other, but between the emails and texts and... everything else, I felt like we did. Like we do. and I miss--I don't know how else to say it--I miss both of you.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“You're full of contradictions, Ms. Wallace."
I looked up at him and arched a brow. "I'm a girl. That's part of the job description, Mr. Maxfield.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“The truth was, he now belonged only to my past, and it was time I begin to accept it, as much as it hurt to do so.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“The night we met—I'm not like that guy." His jaw was rigid.
"I know tha—" He placed a finger over my lips, his expression softening.
"So I don't want you to feel pressured. Or overpowered. But I do, absolutely, want to kiss you right now. Badly.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“Unfortunately, the coughing drew her attention. "Are you dying or something?" she asked, affecting a perfect sneer as I shook my head. "Well, hacking up a lung out in public isn't all that attractive--just sayin'."

My face flamed, but then Benji leaned up and spoke around me. "Um, giving half the class an exhaustive summary every Monday morning--in lurid detail--of how much of an alcoholic skank you are? Isn't all that attractive either. Just sayin'.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“As for being somewhere you're not supposed to be--Maybe you're here for a reason, or there is no reason.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“If someone had asked, "How does this compare to kissing Kennedy?" I would have answered, "Who?”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“People rarely said what they thought, or revealed how they felt. No one was honest.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“Lucas: I wanted to talk to you after class, but you disappeared.

Me: I have another class right after. One of those profs who stops talking, stares at you and waits until you get to your seat if you're late.

Lucas: I would probably just walk to my seat even slower. ;)”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“He stuck the pencil over his ear, looking unconvinced. "Mmm. What position would you be the most comfortable for you?"

I couldn't say aloud the answers that popped into my head at that question, but the flush that spread across my face like wildfire gave me away. He caught his lower lip in his teeth, and I was sure it was to contain a laugh. Most comfortable position? What about with my head stuck under a pillow?”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“sometimes, how a situation is perceived carries more weight than the reality of the matter.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“Bonus: I now knew what Erin meant by lickable abs.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“Ugh! Erin. You have a one-track mind."

She smiled deviously. "I prefer to think of it as target-driven.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“Sisters in solidarity and all that shit.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“His earlier hesitation gone, he removed the last scraps of fabric we were wearing, fixed the condom in place, kissed me fiercely and rocked into me.

Had this been Kennedy, it would have been over in a few minutes.

My last coherent thought, as Lucas took his time kissing and touching every part of me he could reach and my body arched into his, was Oh... so this is what all the fuss is about.
Tammara Webber, Easy
“I took a breath and blurted everything out before I was too chickenshit to say any of it. “I wanted to tell you that I just—I miss you. And maybe
that sounds ridiculous—like we barely know each other, but between the emails and texts and… everything else, I felt like we did. Like we do. And I
miss—I don’t know how else to say it—I miss both of you.”
He swallowed, closing his eyes and inhaling slowly. I knew he would be all rational and do-the-right-thing and he would push me away again,
and I was determined not to give him that chance. But then his eyes flashed open and he said, “Fuck it,” pushing me against the door, slamming his
forearms on either side of my head and kissing me more forcefully than I’d ever been kissed”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“He brushed my tears from my face. "How did I find you?”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“We talked--recent history only--and Lucas relayed the story of how Francis came to be his roommate. "He showed up at the door one night, demanding to be let in. Napped on the sofa for an hour, then demanded to be let out. It turned into a nightly ritual, with him staying longer and longer, until at some point I realized he'd moved in. He's basically the most brazen squatter ever.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“His hands reached for me, gripping my hipbones and pulling me forward. he stared down at me, his voice low. "There are some things I will make time for, Jacqueline.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“What I can't do anywhere is be with you.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“I noticed you the first week. Not just because of how pretty you are, though of course, that played into it. It was the way you lean onto your elbows when you 're listening in class, when something catches your interest. And when you laugh, it's never to get attention, it's just-laughter. The way you obssevively tuck your hair behind your ear on the left side, but let the right side fall down like a screen. And when you 're bored, you tap your foot soundlessly and move your fingers on the desktop like you 're playing an instrument. I wanted to sketch you.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“Please touch me. I need you to touch me.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“Choosing to be with you isn't a difficult decision, Jacqueline," he breathed, pulling back one final time to stare into my eyes. "It's easy. Incredibly easy.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“His jaw clenched. "Okay, so I guess trying to let you down easy was a bad idea--"

"This is your idea of letting me down easy? Breaking up with me so you can screw other girls? Without feeling guilty? Are you serious?"

"As a heart attack."

The last thing I thought before I picked up my econ textbook and hurled it at him: How can he use such a piece-of-shit cliche in a moment like this?”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“So when do we get to the junk-kicking?”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“A word of advice, though. This won't be the last time you have to deal with something in life that throws you off your game. In future courses, as well as in the real world--such as it is--professors and employers won't always be accommodating. We all have to--what's my daughter's terminology--suck it up and deal?”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“The way he kissed me felt like a brand. Like he was tattooing himself under my skin.”
Tammara Webber, Easy
“He took one of my hands in his, and I brought the other to his face, wondering how his eyes could look like chipped ice and still warm me to my core.”
Tammara Webber, Easy

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