Alois| Asked by anonymous
“She looked out then, through the crowd, and saw Simon with the Lightwoods, looking at her across the empty space that separated them. It was the same way that Jace had looked at her at the manor. It was the one thread that bound these two boys that she loved so much, she thought, their one commonality: They both believed in her even when she didn’t believe in herself. ”
Declarations of love amuse me. Especially when unrequited.
Fictional boys who could get it; Jace Lightwood
"Family is not an important thing. It’s everything"