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Lou could imagine Rich hiding within. She closed her eyes, letting her mind wander, search, and finally focus on him. Hurry up, Rich, she thought. Feeling the tug of connection, a thrill of anticipation ran up her spine. Lou didn't let herself nudge events often, but she did it today. -- Danika Stone
That, my dear Liv, was confidence. Talk to someone. Make jokes with them. Seem interested in what they are saying even if they're dull as mud." He shrugged. "Anyone... anyone at all, can be glamoured if you know how. -- Danika Stone
This advice from a college freshman carrying a cane?"
"It's a walking stick, I'll have you know."
"Hardly. It's fashion. -- Danika Stone
Liv grabbed the cookie nearest her and broke it open.
"It's up to you to make your happy ending."
Liv stared at it a moment, rereading the words. Did it mean life? Because if it did, then Liv disagreed. Sometimes life was downright unfair. Bad things happened to good people. -- Danika Stone
Thursday afternoon, the dark clouds closed in, and by Friday morning a heavy rain was falling. The mountain peaks were hazy sentinels, disappearing into misty fog that clung to the valley. -- Danika Stone
Cole didn't see her for the rest of the weekend, and he was glad.
She wasn't in class on Monday either. That made it easier.
Tuesday she was still missing. -- Danika Stone
It was Red Rock Canyon. One of the most beautiful places in Waterton... in the Rockies, for that matter. And it was there, waiting for him to find it. As long as he was willing to look for it. -- Danika Stone
I'm very cute, you know. And I'm not sure you've heard, but I have five thousand pounds a year. I've taken a place in Boulder for the season. Miss Dashwood and her sister will vouch for my parentage. -- Danika Stone
What's the point?" her father muttered brokenly the day of the funeral. In the last months his shoulders had curled like an autumn leaf.
"The point is that we're not alive unless we also die," Louise said. -- Danika Stone
You can do it now. You can't say you've never dated, because you have. A lot of people, actually." Xander's gave her a mischievous grin. "You've leveled up, dearest. You're an expert on dating compared to Liv of six months ago. -- Danika Stone
Just stop worrying about it," she said quietly. "Just let the stone be what it wants to be. You can't control everything, you know. -- Danika Stone
Ready for a selfie, m'lady? -- Danika Stone
Fries and fortune... The perfect combination. -- Danika Stone
Everyone puts them on a pedestal, but we shouldn't. Acting is a service industry, as much as waiting tables. An actor works for us, not the other way around. -- Danika Stone
Cosplay. Why you just said the magic word! -- Danika Stone
Relax, Xander. It's only two lines."
He closed his eyes and leaned into her, his arms wrapping her back. "But it's still lines in a real film, and if I mess it up-"
"They'll have you do it again. And again... and again." Liv laughed. "No big deal. Life is full of second chances. -- Danika Stone
Alright. I'm over on the dark side. You'd better have the cookies I've been promised. -- Danika Stone
Xander stood at the end of the bed, hands on hips, the jacket she'd helped him sew thrown open, a gold-threaded waistcoat glimmering underneath. He was the Regency hero today, but she didn't feel like being saved. -- Danika Stone
He couldn't be more than forty-five, but Murray Miles was stooped, old before his time. The mountains of Alberta had the ability to bend those who lived here.
That, or it broke them. -- Danika Stone
Make a wish," Oliver said, gesturing to the upturned cup, "and turn it clockwise three times. -- Danika Stone
Cole felt like he'd stumbled into some arcane Templar practise, his sense of ease disappearing the moment the cups were pulled from the shelf. -- Danika Stone
Lou stood at the kitchen sink, her eyes unfocused on her hazy reflection in the window. Outside the sky was fading from steely blue to indigo. The mountain range beyond was a solid sheet of black, cut out by a child's sloppy scissors. -- Danika Stone
It's not 1950. A girl can ask a guy out if she wants. -- Danika Stone
If you're trying to figure out why something's not working," Old Lou had explained, "just focus on the things that do work. Move through those things first and eventually you'll find the one part that's stuck. -- Danika Stone
She scanned the Starveil posts, her mood darkening. Spartan had been a part of her life since elementary school. Losing him felt like having a piece of herself torn away. No amount of fix-it fics or alternate universes could change the fact her one true character had died. -- Danika Stone
Liv had made it to Dragon Con. She had people to stay with and money in her pocket. Now all she needed to do was meet Spartan and she could die happy. -- Danika Stone
For a long time, they sat without speaking. The air outside was filled with the lilting sound of sparrows, the buzz of traffic on Main Street, and under that the faint lapping of waves on the lakeshore. Lou smiled. It wasn't the same, but it was better.
And better, Lou thought, is a start. -- Danika Stone
Trapped on a school bus for an hour each morning and each evening, she devoured book after book. She explored a hundred worlds, indifferent to her peers and the passing of the universe. -- Danika Stone
She stared at the surface of her coffee, swirling in her mug. Tiny universes rose and fell in the liquid depths as the moment dragged out into uncomfortable territory. Oh god! her mind screamed. (God didn't answer.) -- Danika Stone
Sometimes you have to wait out the night," she said quietly "Morning always comes. -- Danika Stone
Ava turned to the side, staring out into the dark. In profile, her face was suddenly tired and sad, and Cole felt the urge to wrap himself around her. To protect her from whatever was dragging her down. -- Danika Stone
The uneasy expression returned and his mouth twisted scornfully. She waited, certain he was going to say something. Lou'd heard it too many times before: a woman doing a man's work. She'd already decided how she was going to cut him down if he did. Instead, he said nothing. -- Danika Stone
She'd just thrown gasoline on the fire. Now it was up to fandom to keep it burning. -- Danika Stone
It made sense, Amanda decided. People thrived on the misfortunes of others: her mother was the perfect example of that. Can't see a car accident, she thought, for wanting to climb inside and join in. -- Danika Stone
Hormones, it seemed, we're making a much-delayed appearance in her life.
Liv was horrified. -- Danika Stone
It's going to happen whether you like it or not," he said quietly.
The top of the book dropped to display Susan's wrinkled gaze. "What's that?"
"Change," Rich said. "It's inevitable. -- Danika Stone
Sometimes," she whispered, her lips brushing his cheek, "you need to be lost in order to be found. -- Danika Stone
She was all about the present. Paint and blood and lust. The now. -- Danika Stone
The name, like an incantation, was on her lips. -- Danika Stone
I think sometimes in artwork or writing or music, you discover something that just needs to be created. It's not even something that you want to create... You're just pulled into it like an instrument. Like you're part of a bigger plan. -- Danika Stone
Dating' stressful. I'd have to dress up. -- Danika Stone