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“An image of Sydney’s face appeared in my mind’s eye, calm and lovely. I believe in you. My anxiety faded. I took a deep breath and met the gazes of all those watching me in this room. Who was I to do this?

I was Adrian Ivashkov. And I was about to kick some ass.”

The Fiery Heart snippet (x)

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“I’ll just love you whether you want me to or not…. I just mean, I don’t care if you say we can’t be together. I don’t care if you think I’m the most evil, unnatural creature walking the earth. You can think whatever you want, do whatever you want. I’m going to just go on loving you, even if it’s hopeless.”

The Indigo Spell, chapter 2 (x)

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Day 3 of Chrisney week
Christian helps Sydney learn how to control her fire powers

"So I hear you like to play with fire…"

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"What’s fun about "Bloodlines" is it’s a different kind of strength we’re seeing in a young woman […] Sydney is quieter. It’s an intellectual strength, and I think that’s important to show, too. There’s a lot of ways to assert yourself and be a strong person." - Richelle Mead

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“When is the moment Adrian knows he has feelings for Sydney?” Answer: right here. Love hits people in different ways. I’m not entirely on board with love at first sight, but I do think you can meet a person and just be struck by them in a way that makes you take note and recognize that THIS is no ordinary person…But enough stuff’s gone down now, and Adrian is savvy enough about his own heart to finally realize what Sydney’s become to him. Sydney’s perhaps a bit harder to get than even he would like, but she’s treated him like no one else ever has. As we’ve established before, Sydney believes in him and trusts him. She’s made huge sacrifices for him, not simply as favors or because he’s so cute and charming.” (x)

Countdown to The Indigo Spell: Favorite Sydrian Scenes

↳ 9) The moment Adrian knows he has feelings for Sydney

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"This scene does, however, represent major, major advancements for Adrian. First, he apologizes and takes responsibility for his silliness. This isn’t a behavior we’ve seen from him in either series. He usually either refuses to acknowledge he’s doing anything wrong or is just forgiven because of his charm. Here, he grows up a little and is rewarded with what is clearly a new experience for him: someone believing in him." (x)

Countdown to The Indigo Spell: Favorite Sydrian Scenes

↳ 10) The first time Sydney believes in Adrian

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I put my hands on my hips and turned towards him. This seemed to amuse him more. “Adrian, we’re focusing on Jill here. This isn’t about you personal entertainment.”
“Not true,” he said, green eyes sparkling. “Everything’s about my personal entertainment. The world is my stage. Keep it up- you’re becoming a star performer in the show.”
Lee glanced between us with a comically helpless look. “Do you guys want to be alone?”
I flushed. “Sorry.” Adrian made no apologies, of course. 

Countdown to The Indigo Spell: Favorite Sydrian Scenes

↳ 13) Their first “flirty” encounter

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"Sydney and Adrian breaking into some rich person’s backyard was a scene added at the last minute in this book. It has no real part of a major plot, except to give us more chance to build the rapport between Adrian and Sydney. He lets himself suffer in the sun in order to let her enjoy her little poolside break, and we also get to see her relax and be at peace. This isn’t something that happens a lot to Sydney—and the fact that Adrian is one of the few people we see it happen with in her life is important." (x)

Countdown to The Indigo Spell: Favorite Sydrian Scenes

↳ 6) The poolside visit