Hello! This is going to be a quick post, just saying. I have reviews to work on and books to read, peoples! 🙂 Anyway, it is time for another That’s What HE Said Thursday post, a meme hosted by Chapter Break. Today I’m going to be featuring a quote from Miles, of Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover. I usually don’t feature books twice in a week (I used Ugly Love in this week’s Teaser Tuesday) but I am this time simply because this is the closest book to me at the moment, ha ha. (#Laziness) Anyway, on to it:
“I just don’t like being gone so much, especially knowing you’re right across the hall from where I live. It makes me want to be home all the time.”
What do you think of this little quote? Let me know in the comments below!
Got to go now, bookworms, so happy reading! Hopefully I’ll be back later with a review. 😉
Hi there! I’m back from my day outside yesterday celebrating Canada Day with a That’s What He Said Thursday post, a meme hosted by Chapter Break. Today I’ll be featuring Gideon de Villiers, from Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier!
“You have a mother?” Only when I said it did I realize what a silly question it was! For heaven’s sake!
Gideon raised one eyebrow. “What did you expect?” he asked, amused. “You thought I was an android put together by Uncle Falk and Mr. George?”
This isn’t a romantic quote or anything, it just kind of shows Gideon’s sense of humour and an interaction between Gideon and Gwyneth. 🙂
So that’s it for this very brief That’s What He Said Thursday post! Have a great Thursday!
Hello! Today is Thursday, which means a That’s What He Said Thursday post! (A meme hosted by Chapter Break.) Today I have a little conversation between Addison and Leo, from Wash Me Away by Wendy Owens. Now, usually I don’t use the same book for a meme twice in a week (I used this book for Teaser Tuesday), but I had this bookmarked, and it’s just so cute. So here it is:
“Call me Addy,” I offer.
“So informal. I do believe you might just be warming up to me.” He grins, and I think again he might be flirting. I see my uncle’s woody station wagon pull up.
I hop to my feet. “There’s my ride. I gotta go. How much do I owe you?”
“I got it. The conversation was well worth the price,” he answers, and my cheeks flush hot.
“What movie is that line from?” I question, hesitating for a moment, wishing my uncle had been late.
“No movie, only the truth,” Leo answers. “I’ll see you in class, Addy.”
Isn’t it just so cute? Their banter is just so much fun to read. Really liking this book so far, and I’m almost finished! 🙂
I’m kind of late for this, as it is almost midnight here in Canada (don’t ask what I’m doing up so late) but this is being posted a few minutes before midnight so it’s technically not Friday yet! Anyway, for this week’s That’s What He Said Thursday (a meme hosted by Chapter Break where you feature a quote from book boyfriend to his girl) I have a quote brought to you by Ryder from Proof of Forever by Lexa Hillyer. I recently finished this book and this quote is so cute! Here it is:
“It’s all right. I can’t even believe I told you. But you’re so… easy to talk to. And you’re singing my song, which is pretty sweet,” he says, turning to face her, his clouded expression softening into a smile.
-Ryder to Joy
There’s more to it of course, but it’s a bit long and I’m eager to go read sleep. 🙂 What do you think of this short, cute quote? Have you read this book? Planning to? Let me know in the comments below!
Aloha! Time for another That’s What He Said Thursday, a meme hosted by Chapter Break! I’m still reeling from Ignite Me’s amazingness (by Tahereh Mafi) and so here’s a quote brought to you by none other than Warner, one of the love interests in the story. (Whose review is coming soon!)
And I’ve fallen.
I’ve hit the ground. Gone right through it. Never in my life have I felt this. Nothing like this. I’ve felt shame and cowardice, weakness and strength. I’ve known terror and indifference, self-hate and general disgust. I’ve seen things that cannot be unseen.
And yet I’ve known nothing like this terrible, horrible, paralyzing feeling. I feel crippled. Desperate and out of control. And it keeps getting worse. Every day I feel sick. Empty and somehow aching.
Love is a heartless bastard.
-Warner, Destroy Me by Tahereh Mafi
The feels, the feels! Oh my god I just about died from the feels reading this book! Isn’t this just so heartbreaking?
Come on Warner, you can do this. If Tay-Tay can, so can you. ❤
What do you think of this quote/tidbit? Have you read the Shatter Me series or this book? What are your thoughts? Let me know in the comments below! Planning on reading the series? Also let me know! I’d love to hear from you. 🙂
Hiya there! It’s time for another That’s What He Said Thursday post, a meme hosted by Chapter Break. I am itching to feature a quote from Raffe, of none other than End of Days, the third book in the Penryn & the End of Days trilogy by Susan, but as I have already posted a Teaser Tuesday post with End of Days’s predecessor, World After (featuring a little convo between Penryn and Raffe), I have decided to feature instead another of my book boyfriends, Four from the Divergent trilogy (specifically, Insurgent). Check out this little piece:
“We’re all right, you know,’ he says quietly. ‘You and me. Okay?’ My chest aches, and I nod. ‘Nothing else is all right.’ His whisper tickles my cheek. ‘But we are.”
-Insurgent by Veronica Roth, Tris & Four
Aww!! So heart-warming, don’t you think? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below! ❤