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332 pages, Paperback
First published July 2, 2020
It helps a little when she gets to her own room. [...] She wants to run in and dive beneath her crisp white covers, gather up all her clothes and accessories and vital beauty products, but it would take time they just don’t have.
She darts in and grabs a lipstick anyway, and when Dilton frowns she flips him off. “This is important,” she says. “Stop devaluing femininity because you think it equates to weakness, Dilton.”
Maybe it wasn’t anybody at all—perhaps it was only a deer that she hit.
Please, Jesus and god and mother Meghan Markle, let it have been a deer.