Ben could date anyone he wants, but he only has eyes for the new girl — sarcastic free-spirit, Ani. Luckily for Ben, Ani wants him too. She’s everything Ben could ever imagine. Everything he could ever want.
But that all changes after the party. The one Ben misses. The one Ani goes to... read more
“You guys need to quit reading all those parenting books. All this 'quality time' isn't good for us. It's giving us a very distorted view of the 'average American family' and you know we'll just have unrealistic expectations about our future wives and ultimately end up as divorced alcoholics who spend thousands of dollars in therapy because our parents created an 'unattainable ideal.'”Beez
“Ben...that's more words than you've said to us in two months. I'm delighted to see our 'nefarious plan' to include you in this family is working. We'll see you at the Marion Street Grill at six.”Beez's Mom
“The walls were painted orange and there were giant pillows in all colors thrown around the room. I'd apparently walked inside a bag of Skittles.”Beez's thoughts
“Obviously. Next time, take a longer shower. Or put some lotion on. You're too chemically to kiss.”Ani
“It's sort of this symbol to remind me how we're all connected. How something that one person does can change the outcome for so many people. For good or bad.”Ani
“I don't care what they think. I make my own decisions about people.”Ani
“The starkness of the truth sat between us and I wondered if Ani understood all that it meant.”Beez's thoughts
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