This week I'm using a book I've been reading for months now. Sometimes you just encounter a book you really like, but because you seem to always run out of time you never get to finish it. But I sort of like the prolonged happiness of reading this book. It's The Well of Loneliness by Radclyffe Hall. Hall was a fascinating person, I highly recommend Googling her!
'She spoke wildly, scarcely knowing what she said; she only knew that she needed this woman with a need so intense, that worthy or unworthy, Angela was all that counted at the moment.' p.167I think we can all agree that sounds pretty intense. I don't think I've ever loved anyone that passionately and it sounds rather terrifying if I'm honest! But I do love the way the sentence is completely constructed around wanting Angela. There is literally no way of avoiding her in this sentence.
So, what are you teasing with? Leave a link in the comments and I'll drop by :)