Quotes from Losing Me Finding You

Natalie Ward ·  391 pages

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“There are a million reasons why I love you. A million reasons that all begin with the amazing woman you are and end with the type of man you make me want to be.”
― Natalie Ward, quote from Losing Me Finding You


“Time is… too slow for those who wait, too swift for those who fear, too long for those who grieve, too short for those who rejoice, but for those who love… time is eternity. Henry van Dyke.”
― Natalie Ward, quote from Losing Me Finding You


“I have been in love with you since I was six years old, Evie. You are my best friend, the love of my life, and the greatest thing that’s ever happened to me.”
― Natalie Ward, quote from Losing Me Finding You


“I can’t bear the thought of not being with you, Eva,” he says, making my tears fall harder. “I don’t ever want to lose you.” “I’ll always find you,” I choke out. “I promise I’ll always find you.”
― Natalie Ward, quote from Losing Me Finding You


“Hey, baby,” he says, his voice a whisper. “Miss me?”
― Natalie Ward, quote from Losing Me Finding You



“It’s too late,” I tell him, even as my heart is shattering inside my chest at the idea of not seeing him again. “It’s never too late, Eva, I promise. I’ll wait for you, baby, please, just let me explain.” I’m shaking my head at him as a truck passes in front of us and the last thing I hear is, “Evie, I love you, remember that please.” And then the truck has gone and so has Ben. Well, I have.”
― Natalie Ward, quote from Losing Me Finding You


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