Elixir by Hilary Duff
"I giggled again, and we pulled into a gas station market. Sage wrapped his arm around my shoulders and I leaned against his chest as we walked in step into the store; he held my hand as I cruised the tiny aisles; he stood behind me and rubbed my shoulders as we paid." PG. 242
Angel of Darkness by Cynthia Eden
He stepped toward her. "I wanted more," he said again. "I didn't even realize it at first, but with every soul, I just-- wanted more."
Wanting. Didn't he realize that was a form of feeling? Maybe the other angels hadn't felt any emotions, but he had, and they'd driven him to the edge. PG. 206
The Help by Kathryn Stockett
"On my drive home, I want to kick myself. For thinking I could just waltz in and demand answers. For thinking she'd stop feeling like the maid just because we were at her house, because she wasn't wearing a uniform. I look over at my notebook on the white leather seat. Besides where she grew up, I've gotten a total of twelve words. And four of them are Yes, Ma'am and No Ma'am."
~ The Help by Kathyrn Stockett, pg. 171