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The Clockmaker's Daughter by Kate Morton P. 235

Where had they all gone? It seemed impossible that it could all just end like that. Impossible that so many young men's hopes and dreams and bodies could be buried in the earth and the earth remained unchanged. Such an almighty transfer of energy and matter must surely have affected the world's balance at an essential - an elemental - level: all those people who had once been, suddenly gone."

Bellewether by Susanna Kearsley p 37

Three months on, it still felt as though some vital organ inside me had been ripped away and the wound stitched up badly, the edges too ragged to heal; but I hid that wound under my everyday clothing, and because I looked, on the outside, the same as I always had, nobody saw I was no longer whole.

The Phantom Tree  by Nicola Cornick p.317

"You are my soul's star." he whispered against my lips. "You know it. Since the beginning of time and beyond the end of it."

Promised by Leah Garriot P. 235

"What good was the future if it contained only the prison of the past."

Promised By Leah Garriot P. 243

"Yet no matter how far I walked, I was unable to walk away from the pain of loving things that were now forever lost to me."

Forget Me Not Sarah M. Eden P.181

It didn't do to set one's heart on people when all people did was leave."

Secrets and Suitors by Joanna Barker

"Perhaps that was why I clung so desperately to those I loved. I knew how very rare love could be and could not bear to lose what I already had."

Secrets and Suitors By Joanna Barker

"Not having him these past months made me realize I had missed more than his company, his humor, and his friendship. He was my confidant, my ally in everything."

Miss Adeline's Match by Joanna Barker

"Why is it, then, that every time I think I have made any sort of progress in my life, there is always a new trial, a new obstacle to tear away what I have built?"

The Ace of Hearts by Ashtyn Newbold P. 255 "

My heart has been yours since the moment you helped me discover I still had one."

The Duke's Second Chance by Jen Geigle Johnson P. 20 "

Some souls match. When the great carpenter created them, He cut them from the same pattern. And, if they meet, they will always feel like they belong together."

The Midnight Library by Matt Haig P.171 

"You can have everything and feel nothing."

                                                                   The Midnight Library by Matt Haig P. 179. 

                     "And we spend so much time wishing our lives were different, comparing ourselves to other people and to                          other versions of ourselves, when really most lives contain degrees of good and bad.".

Destiny is not a matter of chance; it is a matter of choice. William Jennings Bryan

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