Hey, (mood) readers!
Mondays are always hectic, so here’s a short post. I’d like to start this weekly thing where I’ll post favorite quotes from books that I have read.
For this Monday, September 30th, here’s my entry.
“I don’t want just a night or a week or a month with you. I want you all the time. I like you better than calculus, and math is the only thing that unites the universe.”
“If you can’t stand being with a woman who’s more successful than you, then leave her alone. She’s better off without you. If you actually love her, then know the value of that love and make it a promise. That is the only thing she needs from you.”
“She could change her actions, change her words, change her appearance, but she couldn’t change the root of herself. At her core, she would always be autistic. People called it a disorder, but it didn’t feel like one. To her, it was simply the way she was.”
“How did one not obsess over something wonderful? How did one like something a reasonable amount?”
Are you familiar with these quotes?
I have read this book last year and it was one of my faves!
The quotes are from:
The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang
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Have you read The Kiss Quotient? What did you think about this contemporary romance? Let me know in the comments!