Maxon: A Fictional Narrative

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“Aspen,” I said as I finished packing to go back to the palace. “How do you feel about me?” “What do you mean?” He asked, avoiding eye contact. “I mean how do you feel about,” I hesitated, “Us?” He looked at the ground as if not wanting to let me down. “I thought I loved you. You’re beautiful and kind, I mean, what’s not to love about you?” Our eyes met. “But then I saw the way you and Maxon look at each other and I knew I couldn’t compete. Especially because we couldn’t see each other any more, I mean you are in the competition for Maxon. I was worried that I was going to lose you, but I realized that I had already lost you.” He looked deep into my eyes, but I broke the stare. “What do you mean you thought you loved me?” I asked. “I mean, I did love you, and I still do, but in a different way.” Aspen took a breath, “I love you like you’re my sister. I don’t want to leave you, see anything bad happen to you, and I want to know that you'll always be there for me. However, I love someone else.” I was jealous but relieved. How could he love someone besides me? I finally asked, “Who?” “One of your maids… Lucy.” I supposed that was good. I was surprisingly perfectly fine with him loving Lucy... As long as it wasn’t Celeste. That cleared up a lot of my problems. I could…show more content…
Break it a thousand times if you like. It was only ever yours to break anyway.”(The One 295). This quote explains every act that Maxon did for America. Maxon loved America so much. No matter what America said or did he still loved her. America was opposed to this at the beginning of the series because she didn’t want anything to do with Maxon. But as the story went on, America started to fall in love with Maxon. She fell in love with Maxon more and more through the rebel attacks and Maxon and America came to know each other through the Caste System. If Kiera Cass never added the rebels or the Caste System, Maxon and America would not have had a happily ever after in the
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