Rick Riordan

The Heroes of Olympus. Book 3. The Mark of Athena

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    anderswesthhas quoted4 years ago
    Yeah.” Percy smiled. “We’ve got a dam hole.”
    “What?” Piper asked.
    “Nothing,” he said. “Inside joke
    kimcamhas quoted4 years ago
    Who is Festus?”
    “My friend,” Leo said. “His name isn’t Sammy either, in case you’re wondering. Come on. I’ll introduce you.”
    Hhas quoted7 years ago
    At that moment, Annabeth forgave her ridiculous boyfriend for everything he’d ever done wrong. She wanted to throw her arms around him, but she commanded herself to stay cool.
    Lois Deborahhas quoted5 months ago
    “Percy, let me go,” she croaked. “You can’t pull me up.”

    His face was white with effort. She could see in his eyes that he knew it was hopeless.

    “Never,” he said.
    Lois Deborahhas quoted5 months ago
    Piper twisted the feather in her hair. “Like water leaking through a dam,” she suggested.

    “Yeah.” Percy smiled. “We’ve got a dam hole.”
    Lois Deborahhas quoted5 months ago
    Annabeth’s face felt hot. Oh, gods…Reyna had tried to make a move on Percy. That explained the tinge of bitterness, maybe even envy, in her words. Percy had turned her down for Annabeth.

    At that moment, Annabeth forgave her ridiculous boyfriend for everything he’d ever done wrong. She wanted to throw her arms around him, but she commanded herself to stay cool.
    Ulianahas quoted2 years ago
    She wanted to kiss him again so badly, but she managed to restrain herself
    Ulianahas quoted2 years ago
    Percy had the nerve to laugh. Suddenly the lump of heated emotions melted inside Annabeth.
    Ulianahas quoted2 years ago
    Percy smelled of ocean air. His lips were salty.
    Ulianahas quoted2 years ago
    Percy threw his arms around her. They kissed, and for a moment nothing else mattered. An asteroid could have hit the planet and wiped out all life, and Annabeth wouldn’t have cared.
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