Helen Hoang

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    Miranda Pérez Pérez Abreuhas quoted21 days ago
    She was better than sunlight and fresh air.
    Miranda Pérez Pérez Abreuhas quoted21 days ago
    he wondered what made a person a person. Was it something mystical like a soul? Something scientific like neural connections in the brain? Or something simpler like the ability to make someone miss you ten years after you’d died?
    Miranda Pérez Pérez Abreuhas quoted21 days ago
    It was official now. Esme was never going to sleep in this bed again.
    No more naked Esme welcoming him close, inside her body, crying his name as she clung to him. No more Esme weight draped over him like a sloth in a tree, warm and soft and perfect. No more Esme smiles at night, in the morning, and every time he looked at her.
    Miranda Pérez Pérez Abreuhas quoted21 days ago
    “I can kiss you like it’s the first time every time. I can—
    Miranda Pérez Pérez Abreuhas quoted21 days ago
    What had he done that she loved him? He’d do it a million more times.
    Miranda Pérez Pérez Abreuhas quoted21 days ago
    Esme facts went in a special place in his mind, never to be forgotten, and it bothered him how little he actually knew
    Miranda Pérez Pérez Abreuhas quoted22 days ago
    He felt the impression of lips on his neck.
    Did that count as a kiss?
    Miranda Pérez Pérez Abreuhas quoted22 days ago
    It was terrifying. It was wonderful.
    Miranda Pérez Pérez Abreuhas quoted22 days ago
    he couldn’t cry. She was supposed to be happy for the both of them because he didn’t know how.
    Miranda Pérez Pérez Abreuhas quoted22 days ago
    Sometimes, he worried she’d fall off. Other times, he hoped she’d fall off. So he’d have an excuse to tell her to come closer.
    Miranda Pérez Pérez Abreuhas quoted22 days ago
    He’d make a lucky girl even luckier someday, and they’d live a long, lucky life together. She hoped they experienced food poisoning at least once.
    Miranda Pérez Pérez Abreuhas quoted22 days ago
    Time to join the others as they said their final good-byes. No one seemed to understand it wasn’t good-bye unless Andy said it back.
    b0767492440has quoted3 months ago
    He might have rested his cheek against her forehead.
    Eysha Chandhas quoted5 months ago
    Her origins didn’t define her, but they were a part of her.
    shanhas quoted10 months ago
    My heart works in a different way, but it’s yours. You’re my one
    shanhas quoted10 months ago
    When she died, demons were going to torment her for eternity instead of letting her reincarnate.
    shanhas quoted10 months ago
    Do you have …” She glanced to the side as she searched for words. “A perfect woman in your mind? What is she like?”

    “She leaves me alone.”
    Soliloquios Literarioshas quotedlast year
    “Oh, no, no,” Cô Nga interrupted. “He’s not picky. He’s shy. And stubborn. He thinks he doesn’t want a family. He needs a girl who is more stubborn. You’d have to make him change his mind.”

    “How would I—”
    a out of contexthas quoted2 years ago
    no pressure? She made such a beautiful baby. It is a waste not to make more.”
    a out of contexthas quoted2 years ago
    Jade had been excited an hour ago, but now she occupied herself by reading from a chapter book with some manner of magical she-warrior on the cover. From time to time, Khai’s mom dug slices of peeled Asian pear from her purse and handed them to her, and Jade absently gobbled them down as her eyes scanned the words on the page at a greedy clip.
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