Sophie Jordan

Foreplay: The Ivy Chronicles

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    After all, who said learning had to be boring?
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    Even if I wanted to, it wasn’t in me to save anyone. I could barely save myself.
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    “But sometimes the thing you want isn’t what you really need.”
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    Looking to hone your wiles
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    the
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    tinkhas quoted6 years ago
    “We’re going to Disney World for New Year’s?”
    He nodded and I screamed. Just like every kid in those commercials, I freaked. Throwing my arms around his neck, I hugged him in a death squeeze.
    Pulling back, I rained kisses all over his face. “How . . . why . . . ?”
    “I remember you telling me about the Montgomerys going all the time and that you had never been. You had that poster in your room, and it just felt like something you really wanted to do.”
    tinkhas quoted6 years ago
    “I know. I want that. It took me so long to figure that out, but I know now. You are the safest thing I’ll ever find.”
    tinkhas quoted6 years ago
    “I thought you were gone, Pepper. It was bad enough to lose you the first time, but to lose you like that? I couldn’t have dealt with that.”
    tinkhas quoted6 years ago
    You can’t even see it. I’m the safest thing you’ll ever find.
    tinkhas quoted6 years ago
    We all make choices. Everything that happens is a result of those choices.
    tinkhas quoted6 years ago
    Reece: Hey. Home yet?
    I smiled, ridiculously happy that he was still communicating with me. After last night, I wasn’t so sure.
    Me: Yes. Got back couple hours ago
    Reece: I want to see you
    No mincing words. I hesitated, resisting the immediate urge to type “yes.” I needed to consider this. Use logic instead of wild impulse, which seemed to be my only setting when it came to him.
    The screen went dark. The phone buzzed again in my hand, a new message from Reece lighting up the screen.
    Reece: Open the door
    tinkhas quoted6 years ago
    I held him through the night. And he held me back, tucking my head beneath his chin.. His arms surrounded me and kept me close to his overly warm body. Almost like I was some kind of lifeline. I felt the moment his fever broke around one in the morning. Confident that he was on the mend, I finally relaxed and fell asleep.
    tinkhas quoted6 years ago
    Because you’re like candy in my mouth.
    tinkhas quoted6 years ago
    I just wanted to see him. I didn’t need him to see me. Actually I didn’t want him to notice me at all. Seeing him was some kind of deep, compulsory desire that I had to feed.
    tinkhas quoted6 years ago
    No one ever stayed.
    tinkhas quoted6 years ago
    Yeah. I was just me. Hopeless me.
    tinkhas quoted6 years ago
    “But sometimes the thing you want isn’t what you really need.”
    tinkhas quoted6 years ago
    He looked as good as ever if my memory served. Better. A body made for sin and a face that was too masculine to be beautiful, but the sight of it did something to me. Made me feel boneless and trembly all over.
    tinkhas quoted6 years ago
    The plan was for him to fall in love with me. That was the dream. That’s what happened in romance novels.
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