6+ quotes from Avoiding Responsibility by K.A. Linde

Quotes from Avoiding Responsibility

K.A. Linde ·  350 pages

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“We have such a long history that when I look into his eyes that's all I can see. I forget the stupidity of what we've done and who could get hurt. I just remember the man who loved me once”
― K.A. Linde, quote from Avoiding Responsibility


“I do want you Ramsey Bridges," she told him as a matter-of-fact.

"And you shall have me whenever you like.”
― K.A. Linde, quote from Avoiding Responsibility


“Lexi, it is for you. I'm working to make things better for you.”
― K.A. Linde, quote from Avoiding Responsibility


“I want to escape with you, Jack."
"I'll always be your escape, Lex.”
― K.A. Linde, quote from Avoiding Responsibility


“Do you want to just fuck me in front of all your friends? Because all you seem to be doing is fucking me over Ramsey.”
― K.A. Linde, quote from Avoiding Responsibility


“I would do anything I could to go back to that time when we could have been together and change the way I acted. I’d change it, because we were fated to be together however brief, however unbelievable, however painful, however flawed.”- Jack Howard”
― K.A. Linde, quote from Avoiding Responsibility


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K.A. Linde
Born place: in The United States
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