Water Song : A Retelling Of "The Frog Prince"Book - 2006
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"He's got magic," Kid stated as if it was a well-known fact...
"He's told me as much," Emma said. "But do you believe it?"
"It's the only explanation that makes sense," Kid replied. "Who knows what goes on over in America?"
"I don't believe all Americans are as peculiar as Jack is," Emma stated firmly.
Kid grinned, amused at her lofty manner. "...you two are sweet for each other, aren't you?"
"Why would you say that?" Emma cried...
"I can tell by the way you are together," he said. "I have four older sisters. When one of them got all snappish and bossy with a fella, the way you are with Jack, it always meant she had a special liking for him. And, of course, anyone can see the way Jack looks at you."
"I snap at him because I find him incredibly annoying," Emma insisted.
"So you may think, but I only know what I've seen. First comes the bickering and snapping and then romance follows...To me it's all very mysterious."
"But you and Emma might have never met if it wasn't for the war," Kid pointed out. "So maybe some good came out of it, after all."
"I told you, she don't love me," Jack insisted.
"I don't know," Kid replied. "I think you're wrong."
"I guess I'm not the only idealist," he remarked seriously.
The comment made her smile wistfully. "We're some pair, eh?"
"Yeah, you right about that," he agreed, "a coulpa real dopes."
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