Little Fires Everywhere
A NovelLarge Print - 2017
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"Mom," Pearl said again. "Moody and I are just friends."
"But maybe someday you'll want to be more. I know how it goes—" Mia stopped. She didn't, she realized suddenly; she didn't know how it went, not at all. As a teenager she'd had plenty of friends, some of them boys—but none as close as the friendship between her daughter and Moody seemed to be....But she herself had never felt that way about anyone, not as a teenager, not in art school, not since. It occurred to her that except for her brother, when they were children, she'd never seen a man naked. More than that: she'd never touched anyone and felt that warmth, that electric tension at the nearness of someone else. The only thing that had given her that feeling had been art—and then, of course, Pearl. She had nothing useful to say about this, she thought, and then the silence billowed out between them.
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