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I carry on walking.
There are a few people out and about, and every time I see a dog before its owner I jolt with anticipation. I turn right into a grassy field and make my way along a stone track lined with wild flowers. The sea is visible up ahead — shimmering dark blue in the hazy evening sunlight — and I pause for a moment to breathe in the fresh air.
God, he was gorgeous. I pass through a gate and then the path narrows and becomes rockier and steeper, leading me downwards between tall gorse hedges.
In front of me is a grassy slope which seems to roll away to a sudden stop. To my left, more rolling hills jut away at the cliff edge. No wonder Mum chose Dorset as a destination — she should come here to paint. A big, black, shaggy-haired dog bounds past me, coming from the direction of the gorse walkway.
He runs towards the cliff edge and I tense up, but then he turns around and comes my way. Out of curiosity I glance behind to look for his owner and then. I must be psychic or something, because there he is! My stomach swirls with Amazonian-sized butterflies as he approaches. Joe shakes his head with amusement and then Dyson launches himself at me and knocks me backwards.
His face breaks into a grin as he looks at me directly. Then he collapses down on the grass next to me and I nearly have a heart attack. Dyson is a funny name for a dog. I feel tongue-tied. His eyes are so dark. He rests back on his elbows. We used to have a pub in Lyme Regis. You move around a lot. East Finchley.
Do you know it? I tell him this. Which way are you going? I blush, but he elbows me jokily.
I unzip my waterproof to let some air in — the exercise has warmed me up, too. We walk side by side as we navigate the rocky path.
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I return to our conversation. Why would you want to leave? Dyson runs ahead and we soon catch up to see him trying to drag an impossibly large stick out from underneath a tree.
He drops it and growls at it before barking at Joe and wagging his tail.
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Go on! Dyson wants that one. With a crack, the wood snaps in half. I watch, smiling, as he throws it a hefty distance into the field and a deliriously delighted Dyson bounds after it.
I found him roaming the beach when we lived in Cornwall. He followed me home and I made the mistake of feeding him. My dad nearly kicked off when he found out I was giving him leftovers from the pub kitchen.
Waste not, want not, right? He laughs and leans back against the cream-painted wooden gate. My nerves swiftly return.
I might put in something about Big Brother, just to trick you. To the pub tomorrow night? See you tomorrow. He leaps away from the gate and then recovers by reaching over and undoing the latch. He looks amused as his mother — a heavy-set woman with frizzy, dyed-blonde hair, heavy eye make-up and an orange tan — reads the next question. He laughs and carries on pulling a pint. Happy now? Mum worked and I sat around trying, but failing, to get into my university reading.
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All I could think about was seeing Joe again. Do you want another on my way back? Wait until you get to the question about Pop Idol.
We can catch the bus to Swanage and then take the train to Corfe Castle. I want to take the train. Mum returns with a fresh round. Joe quickly averts his gaze, but his mother gives me a cold, hard stare.
Joe rushes over to join us. And look. Even I know that! She even got the extra point by knowing the title! He looks panicked. That scene was so sad.
The story carries on s He was wearing black jeans and a black indie rock star t-shirt. The story carries on six months later with Alice in Cambridge and people mistake her heartbreak for her being a shy girl. Jessie is a new lease of life for Alice and encourages her to punt in her time away from University. Emily is also a very nice friend to have alongside her childhood friend Lizzy. One day she meets ''the foreigner'' who she later calls ''the German'' before finding out his name Lukas.
A cold compress will never be the same to me again. Overnight she seems to put Joe out of her mind. Lukas's University sounds like Hogwarts. Jesse really does have Lukas right and Lukas starts to become more controlling over the Christmas period.
It's annoying how she really wanted to study Mandarin but chooses German because of Lukas. Lukas always seems disappointed in something like her choice of dress, houses and her friends.
The next stage of the book is Seventeen months later and Lukas continues to get on my nerves i can't warm to him and i still really liked Jessie. Jessie is trying to find Joe for Alice but isn't having too much luck. Lukas and Alice do get married but i doubted that saying yes would be a goodbye to Joe. At her wedding Alice tired to believe the old Alice with Joe was dead with Lukas saying ''If you ever try to contact him again, our marriage is over'' The next section is several years later three and a half to be exact.
Alice is a teacher and is really good at her job. One of the pupils mentions Joe on one of his movies this makes Alice think of Joe again. Good reference I love it when one of the teacher mentions Johnny Jefferson marrying a girl recently. I loved Meg and Johnny With Lukas in German for a while she has the chance to meet Joe again thanks to Lizzy who gave a studio her details after mentioning Joe never stopped loving his first love Alice when questioned about women.It was true love for me and it's a special part in the book I'll always remember.
Poor Alice!! I return to our conversation. Also remove everything in this list from your library. My face continues to burn as I bury it in my hands.