The Juliet ClubeBook - 2008
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Doubt thou the stars are fire, doubt that the sun doth move, doubt the truth to be a liar, but never doubt--" "Stop it!" she said. "Honestly Giacomo, do you ever just say what you mean, without quoting all the time?" "Fine," he said, his own voice rising to match hers. "You are the most maddening girl I have ever known. No" --he corrected himself--"you are the most maddening person. I'm including everyone, male and female, that I have ever met in my entire life! You're irritating and argumentative. And so, of course," he finished with irritation, "you're the one I had to fall in love with." "You...what did you say?" He glared at her. "I said i love you." (Giacomo to Kate. Page 397/398. <3)
he leaned forward slightly and held her gaze. he said softly, "and then I'll whisper something to you. an endearment of some sort."
"I don't think that's necessary..."
"the sort," he continued,"to make a girl blush."
"really?" she said coolly. "and that would be...?" in answer he leaned forward and whispered in her ear.
and Kate blushed.
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