Her eyes met Cain’s, golden hued from amber rings to buttercup yellow at the pupils. Those eyes were the most intoxicating weapons ever used on a man. A Pixie’s eyes.
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Her writing, whether sad or joyful is as powerful as anybody’s but with a heartwarming factor that puts a smile on your face even in the most troubled times. I’m not sure how she pulls that off but perhaps because there is a purity in her writing that can’t help but resonate with every reader.  – @Neelt2001

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