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Richard Peck
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"Some people just concentrate on the present and let the future take care of itself." Chapter 1, p. 22.

"Romeo and Juliet in western Connecticut," she said. Chapter 2, p. 29.

"It's safer to stick to surface impressions - the way the firelight from the Lawver's hearth had played across her serene-looking face that Friday night." Chapter 3, p. 36.

"...He keeps me in one of two places. Half the time I'm on a pedestal. The other half, I'm in a closet." Chapter 4, p. 47.

"Romeo and Juliet in western Connecticut," she said. Chapter 2, p. 29.

"Gail, have you and Steve - I mean, are you and he - " Chapter 5, p. 56.

"It never happened, Gail." Chapter 5, p. 58.

"If there's anything that's worrying you, Gail, anything at all, you can tell me...You know, we single ladies have to stick together." Chapter 5, p. 58.

"Like men can't afford to fail." Chapter 6, p. 68.

"I just don't want you to...

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