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282 pages, Paperback
First published May 15, 2013
I’m homeless, jobless, and broke. But at least I’m not scared and at least I’m not broken and at least I’m not letting people who know nothing about me dictate who I am.
I’d rather spend the rest of my life alone and lonely than give up my freedom again.
“I don’t want you to stop, Ronin. I don’t want to take it slow or change direction. I just want you to go. Please.”
If I wanted to change my life then I’d have to do it myself. Because no one was coming to protect me, or save me, or heal me. There was just me.
'...because my eyes look like someone got carried away with the special effects in a sci-fi movie.'
If there is one thing in life i can count on, is that eventually, no matter how freaking nice that rug is under your feet, someone always pulls it out from under you eventually.
If I wanted to change my life then I'd have to do it myself. Because no one was coming to protect me, or save me, or heal me.
“Ronin Flynn, you might undo me.”
“I'm already undone, Gidge. I'm just hoping you'll stick around long enough to put me back together.”
I'm not sure what's going to happen. Maybe we make it, maybe we don't, but if there's one thing I've learned, it's to appreciate the good when it happens. And having this man accept and want me the way I am right now is a good thing, and it's happening right this second. So I'm gonna enjoy it.