Crush: 26 Real-life Tales of First Love by Andrea N. RichesinReaders will fall head over heels for this nostalgic and irreverent collection.
Twenty-six bestselling authors return to the teenage bedrooms, school hallways and college dorms of their youth to share passionate essays of love lost and found and lessons learned along the way. Whether heartbreaking or hilarious, their soul-baring honesty reminds us to keep reaching for true love wherever we can find it and for as long as it takes. Their intimate reflections will fascinate and move any reader who remembers her first love.
First feelings are always special, new, unexplored, coupled with childish innocence and a pure vision of the world. It was long time ago, at the village of my grandparents. I was 7-year-old boy and parents brought me to grandma for the whole summer. We lived nearby and grandmothers often visited each other. The first time I saw her, I decided that she was the most perfect human being on the earth.
In Romeo and Juliet, Romeo meets Juliet for the first time and immediately falls in love with her, and fortunately, so Juliet also falls in love with Romeo. Love could make our lives become wonderful because it could make me get closer to others, make us have goals to achieve and make our lives full of moving. First, love could make us get closer. I felt like I was separated from my classmates because they had been good friends. You can either live or die in most cases, while expressing fatigue, depression or some kind of anxiety that will either make the best or the worst of a situation.
It was more romantic and emotionally uplifting than any other experience I had ever been through. The object of my affection reciprocated that love instantly, and since that day, we have never fought, never been apart, and never been unfaithful. It started one brilliant October day. The bright New England foliage fell like large, fluttery raindrops as I coasted down the road that lead to the elementary school, and the gravel crunched. My first love Young First love is always unforgettable and even more if it was a loss. There is no such thing as planning to fall in love with someone in specific but there is a way to control how emotionally attached you get with someone.