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The Spell of Summer (Once Times Thrice, #1) The Spell of Summer by Dianna Hardy
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“God, no. I don’t want to tame her, I want to watch her. I just want to watch her be herself – it turns me on like nothing else.”
Dianna Hardy, The Spell of Summer
“We must be careful with our words – we’re like superheroes and words are like our super powers. Super powers should always be used to help others…”
Dianna Hardy, The Spell of Summer
“Don’t be sorry for the truth. A harsh truth is less damaging than a tender lie, and the worst lies are the ones we tell ourselves.”
Dianna Hardy, The Spell of Summer
“Then, things get hard, because once you know magic exists, you have to decide whether to be the bystander, or the magician … and we were all born to be magicians.”
Dianna Hardy, The Spell of Summer
“...today, I’m writing about the extraordinary; those ‘moments’ in life that reach us, and change us. Those moments take place all the time, really – it’s just that we’re taught not to notice. We’re taught that whims are for the foolish; that instinct and passion are more akin to fairy tales than reality; that they won’t get us very far, and everyone would laugh at us if they knew what we really held close to our hearts.

It’s a lie we allow ourselves, and it’s understandable.

But it’s simply not true.”
Dianna Hardy, The Spell of Summer
“None of us are ordinary – we just settle into ordinary lives.”
Dianna Hardy, The Spell of Summer
“I don’t think of faith as something you need to have in the world, or in some deity or religion or whatever; I think having faith is about trusting in yourself, and trusting that you’ll know what to do when life gets complicated. I’m not scared of complications. But I am scared of walking away from something I want with every fibre of my being, without even trying to have it.”
Dianna Hardy, The Spell of Summer
“Love finds you, not the other way around, and you can’t run from it.”
Dianna Hardy, The Spell of Summer