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Mikael threw up his hands in mock surrender. "I give up." He laughed, a deep, hearty laugh she hadn't heard from him before. "I can't beat Velcro. You're hopelessly optimistic."
Her smile faded a little. "Not hopelessly. There are some things I'm not optimistic about at all."
He reached out and caressed her cheek with the back of his knuckles. "Even if I knew you for an eternity, I don't think I'd be able to unlock all your secrets."
She turned her face and planted a kiss on his palm. "If you knew me for eternity you would be bored."
"I doubt that," he said, his voice husky. "Tell me Allie, would you want to live forever?"
"I'd want more time than I've been given."
"What if it was all or nothing?"
"Then I'd take all."