QUOTE | FROM Cassandra Clare




I love you, Clary,' he said without looking at her. He was staring out into the church, at the row of lighted candles, their fold reflected in his eyes. 'More than I ever--' He broke off. 'God. More than I probably should. You know that, don't you?



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