Dante’s Girl (The Paradise Diaries) by Courtney Cole


Dante's Girl

What a cute, lovey and totally fluffy book. Just my style

Reece has spent every summer with her father in London. Every summer,except this one. Reece is going to learn about herself, her strength, love and acceptance. Being from Kansas is ok but not “You’re not in Kansas anymore, Toto,” On her way to London the volcanic ash is spreading and wreaks havoc on the airport. A fellow passenger (and hottie Dante Giliberti, who just happens to be the beautiful, sophisticated son of the Prime Minister of a Mediterranean paradise) offers her a way out of the airport. It is a life changing moment.

Her summer shapes up to be the best one EVER!! For Reece, without a doubt, just wants to be Dante’s girl.

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Some quotes:

Highlight Loc. 150-51 | Added on Sunday, October 28, 2012, 09:39 PM

And it so makes sense that Apollo is in first class. He smells like a beautiful sunrise in a wooded meadow. Oh, my gosh. What is wrong with me? Where did that come from? I am totally being as corny as an erectile dysfunction commercial.
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Dante’s Girl (The Paradise Diaries) (Courtney Cole )
– Highlight Loc. 156-58 | Added on Sunday, October 28, 2012, 09:40 PM

Yeah, right. I like flying almost as much as I like having dental work. Or having my fingernails pulled out one by one. Or having paper cuts sliced onto my legs and then lemon juice poured onto them. Just about that much.

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