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8+ quotes from Bender by Stacy Borel

Quotes from Bender

Stacy Borel ·  315 pages

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“There’s no such thing as repayment or scorecards in friendship. If you need me, tell me, and I’ll be there no matter what.”
― Stacy Borel, quote from Bender


“Because with that one look, I knew you were the girl who could ruin me.”
― Stacy Borel, quote from Bender


“I don’t look like the other girls, Camden.” “I know. That’s what makes you perfect.” And just like that, he melted me.”
― Stacy Borel, quote from Bender


“A girl like you should never cry unless it’s tears of happiness.”
― Stacy Borel, quote from Bender


“There’s no such thing as repayment or scorecards in friendship.”
― Stacy Borel, quote from Bender


“I let a few seconds pass by. “I am sure that Macie and Dodger won’t judge you for your eccentric musical tastes. In fact I’m sure they’d sing right along with…AAAAAHHHH!” I screamed as his fingers came down and wiggled against my armpits. I was laughing so hard tears were streaming from my eyes. “Stop, stop, stop!” “Say it.” His voice was gruff but playful. He stopped moving. Taking a deep breath I sang, “Near, far, wherever you are…”
― Stacy Borel, quote from Bender


“You’re mine. Tell me you’re mine.” He wants to talk? Like right now?”
― Stacy Borel, quote from Bender


“My words came out as barely a whisper. I heard”
― Stacy Borel, quote from Bender


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Stacy Borel
Born place: The United States
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