Actually, Say What You Will is one we both read and liked.
What She Saw is very good, Gerard will be reading this one too!
What was your favorite read in July?
It was then he realized just how sad and how futile his journey was to be. She was sending him in the direction of his own death and she could see it in no other way and she could do nothing else than send him off.
But she looked like Alisha and it brought back a wave of guilt, shame, and lethal rage. And when the thug kicked the girl hard enough to send her flying, Nate barely resisted drawing his weapon and charging down the hill to what would likely have been his certain death.From page 16 of Stone Cold by C. J. Box.
What would Kathryn's reaction be at seeing him like this? And what had the past months been like for her, not knowing where he was?From page 7 (Location 108 on Kindle) of Rekindled by Tamera Alexander.
I want you to apply because I want someone who will talk to me honestly about things. You're the only person who ever has.From page 27 of Say What You Will--They Told Each Other everything--Except what Matters Most by Cammie McGovern. (We both read and liked this--see our review.)
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Her father lifts her, holds her to his narrow chest.
"It's so big," she whispers.
"You can do this, Marie."
I almost cannot contain--the rage and the tenderness together like a boiling weather front. I stand beside her and breathe. The two of us just stand there.From page 32 of The Painter by Peter Heller. (Gave up on this one due to the awful language and crude content.)
Instinct whispered that if she could only screw up the courage to pry open her eyes, she would see the world hurtling past with the breathless rush of a roller coaster. But that kind of courage had deserted her.