Let's have a taste, shall we?
However, she had read many books in which plain girls who start out plain blossom into great beauties, and almost as many in which girls who stay plain are loved all the more for their warm hearts and good common sense. Penelope was confident that one fate or the other would be hers eventually, and so she tried not to give the matter too much thought. -- pg 141, The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place: Book 1: The Mysterious Howling by Maryrose Wood
Arson abandoned his turbulent thoughts and left them on autopilot, not caring if they crash-landed or wound up somewhere in oblivion. He swallowed hard, succumbing to the fevers of a lonely heart, unquenchable and always longing. -- pg 150, Arson by Estevan Vega
Huh, it's funny...the quotes that came out of each book this week sound like they apply more to the opposite book....interesting.