From One Hundred Years of Solitude. Chapter 14. Lovely book.
Meme felt the weight of his hand on her knee and she knew that they were both arriving at the other side of abandonment at that instant. “What shocks me about you” she said, smiling, “is that you always say exactly what you shouldn’t be saying”. She lost her mind over him. She could not sleep and she lost her appetite and sank so deeply into solitude that even her father became an annoyance.