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Bloody Fabulous: Stories of Fantasy and Fashion Fifty Shades Freed (Fifty Shades #3)

They aren’t contagious. And if you think a few splotches on your skin are going to stop me from touching you with my magic healing hands after what we did last night, think again.

Or they could be waiting to murder us in our sleep.I’m serious, I tell him.

The Claw of the Conciliator (The Book of the New Sun #2)

What do you want me to do about it, Zorie?He doesn’t have to be so grumpy. I’m not sure.Well, when you think of something, let me know.

The Ex Games (The Ex Games #1)

I blow out a long breath.Still hearing you, he says.

Are you sure there aren’t any tiny holes in this cave?

What are you talking about?I couldn’t imagine what it was like to be him, to have something you were so passionate about that you actually needed to make yourself take a break from it. I didn’t have any particular passion. I just knew that it wasn’t my family’s passion. It wasn’t books.

What instruments? I asked him.What are the six that you play?

Reparation (The Kane Trilogy #3)

A trio of girls from school came in the door. I didn’t know who they were by name, but I’d seen them in the halls. They were seniors, I was pretty sure. They laughed and joked with one another, paying no attention to Sam or me. The tallest one gravitated toward the new fiction while the other two hovered around the bargain section, picking up books and laughing about them.Piano, Sam said. That was my first one. I started in second grade. And then, let’s see . . . He put out his thumb, to start counting, and then with each instrument another finger went up. Guitar—electric and acoustic but I count that as one still—plus bass, too—electric and acoustic, which I also think counts as one even though they really are totally different.

So five so far but you’re saying that’s really only three.Sam laughed. Right. And then drums, a bit. That’s my weakest. I just sort of dabble but I’m getting better. And then trumpet and trombone. I just recently bought a harmonica, too, just to see how fast I can pick it up. It’s going well so far.

So seven, I said.Yeah, but I mean, the harmonica doesn’t count either, not yet at least.

In that moment, I wished my parents had made me pick up an instrument when I was in second grade. It seemed like it was almost too late now. That’s how easy it is to tell yourself it’s too late for something. I started doing it at the age of fourteen.Is it like languages? I asked him. Olive grew up speaking English and Korean and she says it’s easy for her to pick up other languages now.

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