I’ve gotta be the best me before I can be the best “me” for you.

It was what everyone always said. Not good enough. But when the words passed Daniel’s lips, they sounded important, even somehow true and relevant, not vague and dismissive the way the phrase had always sounded to her in the past. “Well, then,” she said in a quiet voice, who is?” Daniel put his hands on his hips. He laughed to himself for a long time. “I don’t know,” he said finally. “That’s a terrific question.” Not exactly the answer Luce was looking for. “It’s not like it’s that hard,” she said, stuffing her hands into her pockets because she wanted to reach out for him. “To be good enough for me.” Daniel’s eyes looked like they were falling, all the violet that had been in them a moment before turned a deep, dark gray. “Yes,” he said. “Yes, it is. Lauren Kate

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