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13+ quotes from Tempest by Julie Cross

Quotes from Tempest

Julie Cross ·  352 pages

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“Nothing went exactly right. And yet it was perfect.”
― Julie Cross, quote from Tempest

“Today, Jackson and Holly are in love. Tomorrow, she will lie dying in his arms. Yesterday, he must undo it all....”
― Julie Cross, quote from Tempest

“Pensé que dijiste que no estabas enojada.”

Ella palmeó con las manos sobre sus ojos y apretó con fuerza. “Yo estaba enojada. Tiempo pasado.”
“¿Significa que podemos tener sexo de reconciliación?”

― Julie Cross, quote from Tempest

“Ella puso mi mano a su alrededor, luego murmuró algo incoherente pero sonó como,
"Dime un secreto"...

...."Estoy loco por ti”
― Julie Cross, quote from Tempest

“Me incliné hacia ella y la besé, presionando mi cuerpo al de ella. Ella sabía muy bien, como fresas y menta. Sus brazos fueron de contra la pared a alrededor de mi cuello, tirando de mí aún más cerca. Sus dedos estaban en mi cabello, sus labios moviéndose a través de mi mejilla, su corazón latiendo con fuerza. Quería arrancar nuestra ropa y dejar que ella se arrastrara por todo mi cuerpo.”
― Julie Cross, quote from Tempest

“Tengo que decirte algo.”

Oh-oh. Aquí viene el discurso de los amigos.

“Oh, ¿sí?”

Sus ojos azul claro miraron a los míos. “Feliz cumpleaños, Jackson.”
― Julie Cross, quote from Tempest

“Su suave risa resonó a través de mis oídos, y tuve el repentino impulso de echármela al hombro y salir corriendo de aquí. Asegurándome de que nunca le ocurriera nada malo. Respiré e intenté concentrarme a pesar del dolor que sentía por dentro. Ella no me conocía. Sabía que no me conocería, pero aun así se sentía como una patada en el estómago.”
― Julie Cross, quote from Tempest

“Observé su cara atentamente mientras le desabotonaba los vaqueros, y tiraba de ellos desde abajo, arrastrándola hasta el final de la cama, se rió muy fuerte, restándole algo de tensión al ambiente....

.....Me rozó el cuello con los labios y deslizó una mano dentro de mi camisa. Un momento después, la mayoría de nuestra ropa estaba por el suelo, Holly encima de mí y mis manos por todo su cuerpo.”
― Julie Cross, quote from Tempest

“My greatest fear is saying I" I love you", even if its true. Im scare to say it because it sounds so final, like a goodbye. But im not saying goodbye, not ever. Maybe you could just try to stay longer, for me, because I don't know if I can be me without you.”
― Julie Cross, quote from Tempest

“Abbiamo riso di nuovo e siamo andati avanti così tutta la notte. Holly era seduta al bancone della cucina, ad ascoltare le mie battute, mentre io preparavo delle uova strapazzate. Era bellissima, avvolta nel mio accappatoio blu, con i capelli bagnati e le guance ancora rosse. Ora che ci ripensavo, avrei potuto prolungare quel momento per settimane ed essere felicissimo. Forse anche per mesi. Niente è andato per il verso giusto. Eppure è stato perfetto..”
― Julie Cross, quote from Tempest

“Ho fatto un respiro debole e profondo e mi sono imposto di non piangere più. «Va
bene, Courtney. Adesso puoi dormire. Va bene. Niente più dolore.»
«Grazie» ha sussurrato.”
― Julie Cross, quote from Tempest

“«Detesto quando mi fai piangere.»
«Piangi quanto vuoi, l’importante è che tu sia felice.»
«Sono felice» ha detto.
E lo ero anch’io. Nonostante tutto.”
― Julie Cross, quote from Tempest

“«Dimmi un segreto.»
«Sono pazzo di te.»”
― Julie Cross, quote from Tempest

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Julie Cross
Born place: in Germany
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