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Sarah Dessen

Just Listen

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To find the truth youve got to be willing to hear it.When shes modeling, Annabel is the picture of perfection.But her real life is far from perfect.Fortunately, shes got Owen. Hes intense, music-obsessed, and dedicated to always telling the truth.And most of all, hes determined to make Annabel happy… This is young adult fiction at its best. School Library JournalAlso by Sarah Dessen:Along for the RideDreamlandKeeping the MoonLock and KeyThe Moon and MoreSomeone Like YouThat SummerThis LullabyThe Truth About ForeverWhat Happened to Goodbye
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  • aidashared an impression3 years ago
    👍Worth reading


  • b3471078518has quoted4 years ago
    Thinking this, I looked down at my thumb, slipping off the thick silver ring there to read these same words. It was too big for any of my fingers, and I’d had to wrap some tape on it so it would fit, but it was just fine for now while I was still figuring out what I wanted on the one Rolly had promised me. Until then, Owen had said I could hold on to his, if only to remind me that it’s always good to know your options.
  • b3471078518has quoted4 years ago
    I leaned closer to him, pressing my lips to his ear. “Shhh,” I said.

    He started to say something else—of course—but stopped as I slid my hand over to his, locking his fingers in mine. It wasn’t over. Eventually, he’d make his point, or at least argue it into submission. But for now, the chords were building overhead, the chorus starting up again. So I moved closer to Owen, leaning my head on his shoulder to listen, as we settled into the sunlight coming through the window beside us. It was bright and warm, catching the ring on my thumb as Owen reached for it, spinning it slowly, slowly, as the song played on.
  • b3471078518has quoted4 years ago
    He smiled at me, and I smiled back, then stepped closer, turning my face up to meet his. As he leaned down to kiss me, I closed my eyes and saw not the flat black of the dark but something else. Something brighter, closer to light, shining small but ever steady. More than enough to go on as a part of me pushed up and out, finally, to meet it there.

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