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1. "And maybe I was a little intense. But not as much as the princess who marched into that court in a very unprofessional pair of jeans and a T-shirt, looking like she had gone to hell and back--and was about to drag the rest of us back there with her, just like I kinda planned to do.I knew it in a split second--and everybody else knew it too, even old Fabio--that we weren't just seeing a princess standing there in a pair of jeans and boots.We were all getting our first glimpse of the next queen."
Author: Beth Fantaskey
2. "Alexandra practically took Steven's head off once because he borrowed one of my Playboys. Yet every summer, there's The Bitch laying out on the beach with her Fabio-covered soft porn.Yeah, I said, "porn." That's what it is.And it's not even good porn: "He moved his trunk-like manhood toward the weeping petals of her womanly center."
Author: Emma Chase
3. "Fabio kept asking me out, but I knew we'd never get his ego through the door."
Author: Lorna Luft
4. "She emptied herself of Fabio and of herself, of all the useless efforts she had made to get where she was and find nothing there. With detached curiosity she observed the rebirth of her weaknesses, her obsessions. This time she would let them decide, since she hadn't been able to do anything anyway. Against certain parts of yourself you remain powerless, she said to herself, as she regressed pleasurably to the time when she was a girl."
Author: Paolo Giordano
5. "Se vaciaba de Fabio y de sí misma, de todos los esfuerzos inútiles que había hecho para llegar ahí y descubrir que nada había conseguido."
Author: Paolo Giordano
6. "Ah, man. (Talon)What? (Wulf)Friggin' Fabio alert. (Talon)Hey, you're not too far from the mark either, blondie. (Wulf)Bite me, Viking. (Talon)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon

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