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In Your Dreams (Blue Heron #4) Forever Too Far (Too Far #3)

I moved my hands in small circles, easing the knots as I found them. His body slowly started to relax under my touch.

"Well . . . you're here now," I said dubiously. My heart ached with longing, but I wasn't about to show him any vulnerability. I couldn't—not after what happened last time. It was already too much. "I kind of thought you'd said everything you needed to say."He flinched. "I did a lot of stupid things when we were together," he said quietly. There was pain behind his eyes as he looked at me, but he didn't break away. "I'm sorry. I know I fucked up. The things I'm about to tell you don't come easy. So I'm going to need you to just listen for a minute. Okay?"

Night World : The Chosen (Night World #5)

I pressed my lips closed tight, a renewed frustration coiling up in my chest. After the way Jax and I had ended, I wasn't sure what he had left to say. Questions flooded my mind. Didn't it make him crazy when he saw me? Would he hallucinate, or freeze up? Why come here and take the risk?I gave him a curt nod and stepped aside. He walked slowly into my apartment and stopped, as if not sure if he was welcome any further. Standing there, he took a deep breath and closed his eyes. When he opened them again, he started to speak in a low, strained voice."I know this is selfish but I need you. Every day without you is like trying to breathe underwater. I'm drowning, Riley. I know I said it was impossible for us to be together, but . . . I want to give us a chance. Tell me we can make this work."

Gregor and the Marks of Secret (Underland Chronicles #4)

I stood there, reeling. I'd never expected so much emotion to come at once from Jax. It was a good speech. For some girls, maybe it would have been enough. But not me. I couldn't let him back into my heart, because I couldn't stop thinking about how hard he'd pushed me away.So I pushed back. "You know, that's what I was about to do, that day at the festival. I was about to tell you we could make it work. And instead of talking to me, you tried to push me away with some silicon-enhanced bimbo."

"I deserve that," he said quietly, looking stung. "I know that was crazy."

"And stupid. And childish."‘Really?’ said Issy, sipping the bitter dregs of the catering-jar ‘beverage’.

‘Oh God yes, this is luxury compared to what you used to get.’‘I’ll take your word for it,’ said Issy. She was glad to feel that at least there wasn’t any residual awkwardness. Even though there probably ought to be; he didn’t really deserve her being nice to him, she thought. She didn’t ask about Darny. Too personal. ‘Now, I need to know … do I have any money?’

Nash (Marked Men #4)

‘Well, that depends,’ said Austin, stirring in four sugars. When he spotted Issy staring at this, he poked his tongue out at her and put another one in. Sometimes, with Issy, he just couldn’t help himself.‘You are such a peculiar banking adviser,’ sighed Issy.

‘No I’m not. The other ones play golf, can you imagine? How weird is that? Golf!’‘Depends on what?’ said Issy.

‘The money? It depends what you want to do with it. Are you planning on packing it all in and retiring to South America?’‘No. So I was just pointing out, you know. Not that.’

‘OK,’ said Issy. ‘Actually, I was wondering … can I go shopping?’Issy had moved her personal accounts to Austin’s branch shortly after the shop opened; as she was funding so much of the café herself, it seemed to make sense to have everything under the same roof. It felt odd that Austin should know so many personal things about the state of her bank account, when they’d seemed to somehow agree that they weren’t going to get any more personal with one another.

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