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we were young and naive still

Ya'aburnee means you bury me. (That is to say - I hope to die first, for I cannot go on without you.)
Almost - Anne Eliot When I reached the end of the book, the only thing I could think was: oh my god, FINALLY. It was that bad. The narrative style was boring and fake, a bit annoying, and the protagonist was frankly an unlikable bitch, not even funny most of the time. And the male lead -- yeah, he was cute and could be sweet, but he also wasn't particularly interesting. I felt the scenes dragged on with unimportant musings, and I disliked the fact the would-be rapist was left in peace to "become a better person," okay, get real. NO. JUST NO.
I hated most of it. The rest left me somewhat indifferent, except perhaps Kika, who was sweet and has a great name.