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336 pages, Kindle Edition
First published September 6, 2016
Letting Georgia go was the hardest thing he’d ever had to do. And he’d only been able to manage it because he was sure it would help her be happy again.
“So I told him that after such a sad, scary year, I needed a clean break, that I wanted to start fresh in college. And that there was no reason to drag it out. That it was just going to hurt more later.”
Becca cringed. “What did he do?”
Georgia swallowed hard, and the wine she’d drunk seemed to turn to acid in her stomach. “He got all teared up. But he said, ‘It’s not what I want. But I understand.’ And then he went home.”
He’d dated quite a few women in college, but he’d never gotten to know any of them as well as he’d known her, had he? He’d never felt the same connection, or shared so much in common with anyone else.
You and I don't have one-night stands. We have forever night stands."
He inhaled, and the familiar fruity smell of her shampoo misted his already hazy mind. Slowly, she lifted her chin, her nose tracing a line up his cheek. Then their lips found each other's effortlessly, like magnets realigning.
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“You and I don’t have one-night stands. We have forever-night stands.”
“I need you, Leo.” Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, she was going to kill him. “I’m yours anytime you need me,” he whispered.
“You and I don’t have one-night stands. We have forever night stands.”
❝You and I don't have one-night stands. We have forever night stands.❞
❝You're mine, Georgia Worthington ... I spent six years trying to get over you, and it didn't take. Our time is now.❞
Becca snapped her fingers, ❝Stay with me, babe. Don't let the hottie who stole your virginity send you into Zombieland.❞
"When I was eighteen, something terrible happened to me. After I was raped, this was how I learned to feel confident again.”The scene during which the disclosure occurred does little to justify how absurd it felt to me. I understand that it was likely included to signify character development, but it wasn't believable.
“I think we could have saved ourselves a lot of pain if we’d talked it through.”
"You are the most clueless human alive, you know that? Half these guys are in love with you"Georgia even goes so far as to tell someone who approached her "I’m pretty clueless sometimes". Again, this is another thing that's present in so many characterizations, it drives me insane.