(Do not read this book unless you have read the first book Dear Library Girl by @pennyandpaper. This book is the sequel.) #81 in Short Story as of 11th April 2016
I love you. I wish I had told you before so I could see your face when I said it. I should have, because even though I have waited until now to say it, I've known it since the first day in the library when you tried to leave with that history book you forgot to check out. I've known it since I realized you were reading my books and I've known it since you left the letter on my table. Still have it, by the way. I love you, I love you, I love you. I always will. You've debunked my Romeo and Juliet theory - which now is pretty ridiculous - because I'm still sixteen and I am absolutely certain that I am absolutely in love with you.
I hope Gail doesn't think these books are library books and shelves them because they're mine and I wish you would keep them. They're my favorites, and I know some of them are yours too. Is it weird that I sprayed some perfume in them? I don't even wear perfume. You know that, though. I love you. You know that too, I hope.
Stay gold, Tyler. Parting in such sweet sorrow. God, I love you.
The Library Girl