This was a very fun, giddy-romantic read with the right serving of suspense, humor and cuteness in it.
I loved the way Linda Kage wrote her characters. They felt very real, with all their quirks and flaws, and you just can’t help but love them (the characters like Reese, Mason, Sarah, etc, okay? not the creepy stalkers or the disgusting cougars).
I don’t understand why some people would force their affections on someone who is still emotionally vulnerable (e.g. getting over a break-up) then gets pissed off, acting as if they were led on, when you say you don’t want a relationship right now and your responses to their previous gestures were clearly platonic.
I love the way he runs his hand through his hair, constantly messing it up one moment, smoothing it the next. One time, I tried counting how many times he does that in one hour, I lost count after twenty. (He does that running-hand-through-hair thing A LOT more when he’s singing.) I like it better though when I’m the one running my fingers through his hair. “It’s practically a crime for a guy to have hair this smooth and silky!” I’d say, as I pull him down for a kiss. “Well you can arrest me anytime, so long as I get kisses like these as punishment.” He’d tease.
That annoying moment when a friend has planted that annoying idea in your head and now you can’t help but over think on what might happen… it’s like I both want and don’t want it back in my life, and I’m not sure how I’ll handle the situation IF EVER it transpires.
Ugh, it took me ages to get over this, now here we f*cking go again. Damn it.
that moment when I remembered that I once broke things off with a guy I dated by comparing him to a pair of shoes gathering mold in the closet
but he turned out to be a two-timing asshole anyway so fuck yeah