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First Frost (Waverley Family, #2) First Frost by Sarah Addison Allen
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“It looked like the world was covered in a cobbler crust of brown sugar and cinnamon.”
Sarah Addison Allen, First Frost
“I was just telling Claire about a guy I met in bread class. I hate him, but he could be my soul mate.”
Sarah Addison Allen, First Frost
“Sometimes its necessary to embrace the magic, to find out what's real in life, and in one's own heart.”
Sarah Addison Allen, First Frost
“Oh, please. Everyone in this town always says that, like you have to be born here to understand things. I understand plenty. You're only as weird as you want to be.”
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“The Waverley sisters hadn't been close as children, but they were as thick as thieves now, the way adult siblings often are, the moment they realize that family is actually a choice.”
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“She finally understood that, no matter how hard you try, you can't make someone love you. You can't stop them from making the wrong decision. There's no magic for that.”
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“Was it really that simple? Choosing a life? ...
Maybe you don't fall in love. Maybe you jump.
Maybe, just maybe, it's all a choice.
(Josh Matteson)”
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“The apple tree in the background, just barely visible, was stretching a single limb out to her, as if wanting to be in the photo with her.”
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“On the day the tree bloomed in the fall, when its white apple blossoms fell and covered the ground like snow, it was tradition for the Waverleys to gather in the garden like survivors of some great catastrophe, hugging one another, laughing as they touched faces and arms, making sure they were all okay, grateful to have gotten through it.”
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“Some of Bay's fondest memories were of lying under the apple tree in the summer while Claire gardened and the apple tree tossed apples at her like a dog trying to coax its owner into playing catch.”
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“First frost meant letting go, so it was always reason to celebrate.”
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“My favorite quote for First Frost is, They give their hearts away too easily and get distracted by silver-eyed strangers.”
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“The neighborhood homeowners always knew when she ran by, because they suddenly felt the desire to organize their sock drawers and finally replace those burned out light-bulbs they'd been meaning to.”
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“It had taken her a long time to realize that a prison sometimes isn't a prison at all. Sometimes, it's simply a door you assume is locked because you've never tried to open it.”
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“So I told him his bread was ugly, and he called me a dough diva. A dough diva. Of all the nerve! We're going out on Saturday.”
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“Something was about to happen.”
Sarah Addison Allen, First Frost
“I Have Not Yet Begun to Procrastinate" which was the quote on Bay's shirt from "First Frost”
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“They give their hearts too easily.”
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“And everyone still swore the rose candies made them think of their first loves.”
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“She couldn't change who she was, and she no longer wanted to, even if she could. She knew that who you are is a stone set deep inside you. You can spend all your life trying to dig that stone out, or you can build around it. Your choice.”
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“A breeze flew through, picking up some leaves and swirling them around, the sound like fluttering pages in a quiet library.”
Sarah Addison Allen, First Frost
“First frost meant letting go, so it was always a reason to celebrate.”
Sarah Addison Allen, First Frost
“She'd wanted the attention, she'd wanted more people to know her gift, as if the more people who knew, the more real it would be.”
Sarah Addison Allen, First Frost
“I have not yet begun to procrastinate.”
Sarah Addison Allen, First Frost
“Motherhood is hard enough without judgement from others who don't know the whole story.”
Sarah Addison Allen, First Frost
“Claire Waverley has started a successful new venture, Waverley’s Candies. Though her handcrafted confections—rose to recall lost love, lavender to promote happiness and lemon verbena to soothe throats and minds—are singularly effective, the business of selling them is costing her the everyday joys of her family, and her belief in her own precious gifts.”
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“they give their hearts away”
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“She wished she had known back then. Known that happiness isn't a point in time you leave behind. It's what's ahead of you. Every single day.”
Sarah Addison Allen, First Frost
“It was lemon verbena day, so the house was filled with a sweet-tart scent that conjured images of picnic blankets and white clouds shaped like true-love hearts.”
Sarah Addison Allen, First Frost
“She would read a book hundreds of times, carrying it with her until the pages were torn and the covers were falling off, then she'd paste the covers to the ceiling where she could stare at them, like remembering a good dream.”
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