For the Noble Causes character, see Elizabeth Donnelly-Noble.
I don't remember why it all went so wrong. I mean, I do remember. I remember what I did. I just don't remember why anymore. This—you and me—this feels so right. It just seems stupid—so stupid—that we had it before, and we let it go.
—Elizabeth Noble in The Way We Were
Could I have loved you better? Maybe. If that's true, then I'm sorry. Could I have loved you more? I don't think it's possible.
—Elizabeth Noble in Things I Want My Daughters to Know
And there you go—I was alone, without love, for eight years. And it took me about twenty minutes—over a cappuccino and an egg salad sandwich—to fall in love with him.
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