“You're mad.” Her glare is so damn cute. “What do you think, Alec? Of course I'm mad.” She puts down her mug, probably so hot chocolate doesn't get thrown anywhere. “Not only did someone who's practically a stranger think to give me a ...
... my mom would send a note to school so my absence was excused. Now, the school e-mails telling us to keep our kids at home so they don't get sick. Mom would be crazy about her grandchildren . . . And her daughter-in-law ... And . .
Loving her was fraught with complications, but he couldn't help himself. Although it broke all the rules about getting involved during an investigation, and totally defied logic, he didn't care. He was crazy about her.
The previous question asked you to look at Myrtle Wilson's attitude towards her husband and her attraction towards another man, Tom. You will have seen that her ... I never was any more crazy about him than I was about that man there.