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  • I tried, I actually tried to force myself back into being in love with her, but-1 couldn’t understand it, but it just wouldn’t work.

    Tour de Force

  • How about being in love with THE WRONG GUY who is 1,200 miles away, un/self/underemployed, and living with another woman?

    Hit Reply

  • Jealousy is natural to persons of her nation, and perhaps she had a greater affection for me than she even imagined herself; at least the report of my being in love gave her so much uneasiness, that I thought myself entirely ruined with her; however I came into favour again by virtue of submissions, false oaths, and assiduity; but I should not have been able to have deceived her long, had not Madam de Themines's change disengaged me from her against my will; she convinced me she no longer loved me, and I was so thoroughly satisfied of it, that I was obliged to give her no further uneasiness, but to let her be quiet.

    The Princess of Cleves

  • Feuerstein was so absorbed in his impending "act" that he barely noted how pretty she was and how utterly in love -- what was there remarkable in a woman being in love with him?

    The Fortune Hunter

  • We spoke on the phone, met on odd weekends, and every time I saw him, I wanted it all backthe feeling of truly being in love with him.

    Make Your Life Prime Time

  • "Fear not, Madam," replied Monsieur de Cleves, "I know the world too well to be ignorant that a woman's having a husband does not hinder people from being in love with her; such lovers may be the objects of one's hatred, but we are not to complain of it; once again, Madam, I conjure you to tell me what I so much desire to know."

    The Princess of Cleves

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