A princess without a crown.



"How did this person—someone I’d imagined would be my polar opposite—always seem to find the things that would make me the happiest?"
-Kiera Cass, The Elite (via imyessa)

(via mydearamerica)


"No scolding from a tutor, no lashing from my father, no isolation in my youth has ever hurt me so much as you separating yourself from me."
-Prince Maxon (The One by Kiera Cass)

(Source: wishy-washy-cheenee, via mydearamerica)


"I love you.” he said simply. “I should have told you a long time ago. Maybe we could have avoided so many stupid mistakes if I had. Then again,” he added, beginning to smile, “sometimes I think it was all those obstacles that made me love you so deeply."
-Maxon to America, The One (via chinguchanggu)

(via mydearamerica)


"She was looking at our fingers and not into my eyes, and thank goodness for that. If she were, she’d have seen how absolutely floored I was the first time I finally, truly saw her. The clouds moved at just the right moment, fully lighting her face by the moon. As if it weren’t enough that she was willing to stand up to me and cleary unafraid to be herself, she was dazzlingly beautiful.

Underneath thick lashes were eyes blue as ice, something cool to balance out the flames in her hair. Her cheeks were smooth and slightly blushed from crying. And her lips, soft and pink, slightly parted as she studied our hands.

I felt a strange flutter in my chest, like the glow of a fireplace or the warmth of the afternoon. It stayed there for a moment, playing with my pulse.

I mentally chastised myself. How typical to become so infatuated with the first girl I was ever allowed to actually have any sort of feelings for."
-the first time Prince Maxon looked at America Singer, The Prince by Keira Cass (via herpointsofview)

(via mydearamerica)