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The Dead-Tossed Waves (The Forest of Hands and Teeth #2) Blood Trade (Jane Yellowrock #6)

She placed her hands on my arms in a soft touch, then met my eyes. Charlie, I’m so sorry for your loss.

I’m still working, Molly told her.Sadie smiled and squeezed her hand. Just take it easy, okay?

The Silver Chair (The Chronicles of Narnia #4)

No worries, I’m fine, Molly said and then the two women exchanged a long look.Lucas did his best to read it, but even having a sister and his mom, he was most definitely not fluent in Women Speak. He knew people sometimes saw Molly as a fragile little flower, but in his mind she wasn’t fragile like a flower at all. Not even close. She was fragile like . . . a bomb.I just pushed myself a little too hard in the gym this morning, that’s all, Molly said.

Slammed (Slammed #1)

You need to come do yoga with me sometime, Elle said.Maybe, Molly said. If it’s cold yoga and I get to wear sweatpants and just lie on the floor.

Elle laughed. Sweats are a cry for help.

Hey, there’s no reason a cry for help can’t be comfortable. ’Night, guys. Molly walked off and Lucas followed, feeling all the eyes following them. But Molly didn’t seem to give it a second thought.‘Emily?’ he said, half off the stool to go to her, his eyes scanning the crowd for the source.

‘But where can we see a crocodile?’ demanded the voice, English and clear, and Robbie saw it came from a young woman in a red and orange sundress. She stood with a group of other young people with several empty pitchers of beer on the high table in front of them. She had dark curly hair and hoop earrings, red lipstick, nose and cheeks stained pink from the sun. As he watched, she tossed her head and grinned in a way that he knew. ‘Or OK, are they alligators? What’s the difference, anyway?’It was a bad idea. He picked up his bourbon and walked over to her table anyway. ‘Paulina?’ he said.

Ruthless (Pretty Little Liars #10)

She was still half-laughing from her conversation, and he saw her take him in. She was drunk enough and he was sober enough so that he could almost read her thoughts: He’s a bit old, but cute . . . why not?‘Oh, hi,’ she said, moderating her smile to a flirtatious one. ‘Have we met?’

‘Are you Emily’s sister? Emily Greaves?’‘Yes! Yes, we’re on holiday together in Miami Beach. Do you know my sister? And why did you call me Paulina?’

‘Polly. I’m sorry. You asked me to call you Paulina once.’‘We’ve met?’ She scrunched up her nose and eyes in an exaggeration of remembering.

‘A couple of times, though you were much younger. I’m Robert Brandon.’She frowned, and then she remembered and her eyes got wide and angry. ‘Wait. You’re Robert? You’re that Robert? I thought you looked familiar.’

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