Quotes from When Lightning Strikes

Meg Cabot ·  266 pages

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“You'll blow up a helicopter, but you won't go out with me? What is wrong with you?”
― Meg Cabot, quote from When Lightning Strikes

“I don't think he could ever be a serial killer. He's way too shy. That Ted Bundy guy, he was pretty outgoing , from what I heard.”
― Meg Cabot, quote from When Lightning Strikes

“I can't even tell you how good it felt to see him. It felt even better when he reached through the metal grate, wrapped his fingers around the front of my shirt, dragged me forward, and kissed me through the bars.
"Sorry" he said-only not looking to sorry, if you know what I mean.”
― Meg Cabot, quote from When Lightning Strikes

“hope springs eternal, even in the heart of a fat girl.”
― Meg Cabot, quote from When Lightning Strikes

“I went to bed all happy, thinking maybe a boy liked me. It's stupid that that's all it takes sometimes to make you happy.”
― Meg Cabot, quote from When Lightning Strikes

About the author

Meg Cabot
Born place: in Bloomington, Indiana, The United States
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