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384 pages, Kindle Edition
First published February 26, 2019
“Delilah . . .” he said softly, suddenly. And her name almost sounded like a song.
“I think that the reason the world contains people like you and people like me is so that I can keep you safe should your kindness land on people who do not deserve it."
“The pillow was fluffy and the fire most warm.”
“I’ve little use for fires that aren’t warm, myself,” Tristan said.
He allowed her space in which to be herself. He did not assume that what she had to say could possibly have no merit, because she was a woman.
“I love you because here you are standing patiently, and you are waiting for me to speak because you want to hear what I have to say because what I say and think matters to you. Because you have a tender heart, whether you know it or not, and a magnificently tough hide. Because your soul is fathoms deep and you speak in poetry and you don’t even know it."