How Much I Love

How Much I Love

Marcus flew up to see me every other month, made sure we talked every day and said all the right things about supporting my dreams and loving me enough to let me spread my wings. After he suddenly married someone else, though, ...

Author: Marie Force

Publisher: HTJB, Inc.

ISBN: 9781952793097

Category: Fiction

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Wyatt My name is Wyatt Blake. I'm a cardiothoracic surgeon in Phoenix. When I was 17, I had a heart transplant that saved my life. That's not something I tell just anyone, because I hate being defined by the illness that ruled the first half of my life. The average life expectancy for a transplant patient is 11 years. I'm 34, and in case math isn't your thing, that puts me about six years past my expiration date when I spend a weekend at my buddy Jason's wedding in Miami and meet the sexiest bridesmaid in the history of sexy bridesmaids. Dee Giordino. She's sweet, kind, loving and drop-dead gorgeous. I love every minute I spend with her. We had so much fun together at the wedding, and when I invited her back to my room after, we had the best night I've ever had with anyone. And now I can't stop thinking about her or texting her or wishing our one-night stand could somehow be more, even though "more" isn't in my vocabulary. When Jason tells me there's an opening in my specialty at his hospital, I come running back to Miami to interview for the job. And to see Dee again, even though I know that's completely unfair to her. In light of my situation, I've become the king of the one-night stand. It wouldn't be fair to drag someone else into my reality when my future is so uncertain. But Dee, she's different from the beginning, and maybe, just maybe, I might have to break all my rules for her... Fair or not.
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A Blind Man Can See How Much I Love You

A Blind Man Can See How Much I Love You

Amy Bloom. Contents A Blind Man Qan SQQ How Much I Loye You Rowing m ECIQH LIONEL AND IULIA Night Eision Light into Dark Stars at Elbow and Foot Hold Tight The Qatgg Are Closing The Story A Blind Man Can See How Much [Love You Jane.

Author: Amy Bloom

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781447235521

Category: Fiction

Page: 192

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In these stories we meet more of Amy Bloom's irresistible characters: a woman recovering from cancer while her best friend and husband face their loneliness and a new friendship; a mother coming to know that her wonderful little girl is a boy; a man and his stepmother in a complicated dance of memory, anger and forgiveness. These are stories on the frontiers of emotions, stories about the uncertain gestures of love, the betrayals of the flesh and the surprises of the heart. 'Connectedness, or the lack of it, is the theme of nearly all the stories . . . They are small masterpieces' Sunday Times 'Amy Bloom gets more meaning into individual sentences than most authors manage in whole books' New Yorker 'Any new book by Amy Bloom is a cause for celebration and this fabulously titled collection of stories is no exception... Bloom, already hailed as one of the best short story writers of her generation, is wickedly knowing with the sort of perfectly paced writing which can blow the reader away with the tiniest detail' The Times
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How Much You Love Me

How Much You Love Me

How many love rivals did she have? She always felt that not revealing her marriage was the right choice, otherwise, she would definitely die from spittle. "Tomorrow, I will go abroad. Pay more attention to your safety while in Rong City ...

Author: , Zhenyinfang

Publisher: Funstory

ISBN: 9781648572098

Category: Fiction

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I don't know how much love there is
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Hymen s pr ludia or Love s master piece Being that so much admir d romance intitled Cleopatra In twelve parts Written originally in French by Gautier de Costes de la Calpren de and now elegantly render d into English by Robert Loveday

Hymen s pr  ludia  or  Love s master piece  Being that so much admir d romance intitled Cleopatra  In twelve parts  Written originally in French  by Gautier de Costes de la Calpren  de   and now elegantly render d into English  by Robert Loveday

By this , Sir , answered ' l , you may judge , how much that Love difpleases the Gods , seeing they punith you for it with so excream a Rigour ; and if you would appease them , and render them inore favourable to you , you must rid ...

Author: Gautier de COSTES DE LA CALPRENÈDE

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ISBN: BL:A0023839267

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Love s labour s lost Much ado about nothing Merchant of Venice

Love s labour s lost  Much ado about nothing  Merchant of Venice

How many be commanded , that command ? How much low peasantry would then be glean'd From the true seed of honour ? 1 and how much honour Pick'd from the chaff and ruin of the times , To be new varnish'd ?? Well , but to my choice : Who ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: UOM:39015081459169

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The Works of William Shakespeare Much ado about nothing Love s labour s lost Midsummer night s dream Merchant of Venice As you like it

The Works of William Shakespeare  Much ado about nothing  Love s labour s lost  Midsummer night s dream  Merchant of Venice  As you like it

But soft ! how many months Do you desire ? [ To Ant . ] Rest you fair , good signior ; Your worship was the last man in our mouths . Ant . Shylock , although I neither lend nor borrow , By taking nor by giving of excess , Yet , to ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924064953239

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The Works of William Shakespeare Much ado about nothing Love s labour s lost A midsummer night s dream The merchant of Venice As you like it

The Works of William Shakespeare  Much ado about nothing  Love s labour s lost  A midsummer night s dream  The merchant of Venice  As you like it

But soft ! how many months Do you desire ? [ To Ant . ] Rest you fair , good signior ; Your worship was the last man in our mouths . Ant . Shylock , although I neither lend nor borrow , By taking nor by giving of excess , Yet , to ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: OXFORD:N12114944

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Comedy of errors Much ado about nothing Love s labour s lost Midsummer night s dream Merchant of Venice

Comedy of errors  Much ado about nothing  Love s labour s lost  Midsummer night s dream  Merchant of Venice

I will not choose what many men desire , Because I will not jumps with common spirits , And rank me with the barbarous multitudes . Why , then to thee , thou silver treasure - house ; Tell me once more what title thou dost bear : Who ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: HARVARD:HWDQYG

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