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546 pages, Kindle Edition
First published March 5, 2013
"Everyone eventually falls for the two of you together. You're meant to be."
"Kellan Kyle, you are the love of my life. You have my heart from now until the end of forever."
"Whatever happens from here on out, I want you to know that I don't regret anything. Being with you, loving you, experiencing this with you... it's all been worth it, and we'll get through this together. We're a team. It's us against the world."
"Us against the world? That sounds like wonderful odds."
"It's better than no odds at all."
"I knew going into this that a story about us was also going to be a story about the two of you. And it should be. He was a big part of your life, and I'm okay with your history. It made you who you are. And I happen to be in love with who you are."
"Our lives are crazy. When moments to remember happen, you have to pause a second to appreciate them. Otherwise none of this is worth it. And getting married to you is definitely a moment to remember."
"I didn't think it was possible, but I'm pretty sure I love you even more. How you see me... I never thought anyone would ever..."
"That's because you don't see yourself as clearly as I see you."
You'll never know how incredible you are to me, how desperately I love you. I would do it all over again if I needed to. I'd go back to the beginning for you.
"My soul. My better half. My reason for being. Nothing in my life would ever fill me with as much joy and peace as Kellan did."
He need more and more of me. he would always want me near him. i would always be first in his eyes. We were a good match. A perfect match. Soul mates.
Passion, friendship, love, loyalty, trust... if you found the right person... you really could have it all
He unwaveringly met my eyes. "I love you, too, Kiera, Just you. You're my always."
On Kiera's tattoo: "Eyes shining, he murmured, 'You know that's permanent, right?'
Smiling, I reattached the gauze and told him, 'You know you're permanent, right?'"
"Hardly anybody actually gives birth on their due date, Anna."
Groaning, she muttered, "then why the hell is it called a due date? It should be called an estimated date of delivery."
Controlling my smile, I told her, "Well, no matter what it's called, the baby decides when to arrive, and regardless of what you have to say on the matter, it looks like Maximus wants to be born today."
Anna simpered and pointed at the coloful sea of M&Ms resting at the edge of the toppled bow. "But my chocolate..."
A crowd of girls hovered around him like cats circling an open can of tuna.
“I love you. I would do it all over again if I needed to. I’d go back to the beginning for you.”