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“A bond between souls is ancient - older than the planet.”
Dianna Hardy, The Witching Pen
“I’ll never let go of you again,” she whispered. “I swear it.”
Dianna Hardy, The Demon Bride
“How we take it for granted – those trivial conversations; those mundane moments that we think hold no meaning. We never realise how much we rely on the ordinariness of everyday life. When love is gone – when our entire world is gone – only then do we understand those moments are what we live for.”
Dianna Hardy, Cry Of The Wolf
“How can you lose me? You’ve owned me from the first moment I saw you.”
Dianna Hardy, Cry Of The Wolf
“We all have a sea inside us; can you hear it? Can you hear the ocean roaring?”
Dianna Hardy, Cry Of The Wolf
“To submit isn’t to be forced. It’s to yield to a force greater than your own, in order to become part of the whole.”
Dianna Hardy, Cry Of The Wolf
“God damn it, don’t you do this. You have no idea how badly I want you right now. I’d love nothing more than to bury myself inside you, and feel you lose yourself around me as you scream my name; the very idea of fucking the woman I love, finally, after ten thousand years – of having you feel just what it is you mean to me – is so hard to bear I’m all but fallen at your feet. But I’ll be damned if it happens here of all places. I’m not going to screw you in Hell, Mary. I gave in and took your blood, and God knows you have the power to bring me to my knees, but when I love-fuck you, I want to do it in my home. So do you think you could humour me just a little longer?”

She gaped at him. “Did you just say, ‘love-fuck’?”
Dianna Hardy, The Demon Bride
“The one thing you should never do to a woman, whether you make love to her or fuck her, is apologise straight after.”
Dianna Hardy, Cry Of The Wolf
“You chase off every man that’s ever been interested, and you do it without even trying.”
Dianna Hardy, Releasing The Wolf
“What am I to you?”

He brought his forehead to hers, staring into her, his eyes holding nothing but naked truth. “I’ve loved you for so long… You’re my downfall,” he whispered, his words breaking, “…and my fucking salvation.”
Dianna Hardy, The Demon Bride
“The hugest changes were the ones that could not be seen – that’s where the real apocalypse lay: in people’s hearts, their souls, their beings.”
Dianna Hardy, The Last Dragon
“I love your independence, I love that you don't swoon, I love that you'll fight me with your last breath if you think I'm wrong, and if I ever have to catch you, I swear I'll make sure you're standing on your feet as quickly as you can manage it.”
Dianna Hardy, The Sands Of Time
“Do you remember what we just did? Please tell me you remember what we just did."

She briefly toyed with the idea of lying and saying no, just to see the look on his face, but she'd had enough of having her brain played with – it wouldn't be too sporting to do the same to him. "Yes, I remember, and don't you think for one minute that just because you had me on my back screaming I was 'yours'," she waved four fingers in quotation marks in front of his face, "that it gives you any kind of ownership over me, because it doesn't."

He looked annoyed, then relieved, then he laughed. "Yeah, whatever, baby.”
Dianna Hardy, The Sands Of Time
“You ever had a hickey? I want to give you a hickey."
"Karl, we're not fourteen!"
"Don't bloody care. I was in love with you when I was fourteen -- your neck owes me a hickey."

(Karl & Elena)”
Dianna Hardy, The Witching Pen
“It may be our actions that define us, but it is our reaction that changes the course of things.”
Dianna Hardy, The Last Dragon
“He could have watched her all night. He could watch her for an eternity and still never be able to capture the essence of what it is that makes ‘love’.”
Dianna Hardy, Cry Of The Wolf
“As if reading her mind, he leaned into her again, pupils dark, irises glowing like a forest caught in the last rays of sun before dusk… “Do you want me to make you come?”

“Is that a trick question?”
Dianna Hardy, Cry Of The Wolf
“Every sacred mission, every hunt for hidden relics, every pilgrimage from one end of the earth to the other … I was looking for you.”
Dianna Hardy, The Demon Bride
“He never knew a single second could be expanded into something timeless and so archaic. It shook him to his core – there were no words for it.”
Dianna Hardy, The Sands Of Time
“I'm hoping you end up happily married to the man of your dreams and have a hoard of beautiful kids that'll keep you on your toes by turning your neighbours into various types of pond-life." He then shot her his signature grin. "But if it happens to be me, then I wouldn't say no."

(Karl to Elena in The Witching Pen)”
Dianna Hardy, The Witching Pen
“She waited for him with shallow breaths, head thrown back, eyes half closed, completely exposed in her trust of him, and it unravelled the last thread holding him together.”
Dianna Hardy, Cry Of The Wolf
“It’s only through the degradation of the soul that you can know who you really are; when all else is stripped away, leaving you bare.” Somehow, his black eyes darkened, the venom in his words more deadly than a viper’s bite. “Let me degrade you, Katherine.”
Dianna Hardy, The Last Dragon
“The thought of being whoever I want is a terrifying thing, because I have only ever been who everyone has wanted me to be.”
Dianna Hardy, Saving Eve
“God, no. I don’t want to tame her, I want to watch her. I just want to watch her be herself – it turns me on like nothing else.”
Dianna Hardy, The Spell of Summer
“’d be amazed at the grand tales the human brain will throw up to make sense of something nonsensical.”
Dianna Hardy, Cry Of The Wolf
“He called to her primal side; the ancient aspect of her animal self that wanted to submit. It wanted to submit to him; to sacrifice all of who she was at the altar of his maleness and lay herself bare for his taking.”
Dianna Hardy, Releasing The Wolf
“He took the pen and book from her and faltered.
“Just write anything – anything trivial that won't matter if it comes to pass.”
“Erm...” God, he was useless at this.

Elena's hair turned blue.

“I don't want blue hair! What the hell did you write that for?”
“It seemed trivial.”
“Blue hair – blue? That's trivial? What if I can't undo it?”
Karl stared at her blankly. His throat went dry. He felt like a total dickhead, but writing really wasn't his strong point, so he went for humour instead and flashed her a grin.
“I was going to write that all your clothes fall off, but figured you may have a problem with that. This was the second thing that came to mind.”

(Karl and Elena)”
Dianna Hardy, The Witching Pen
“I don't know what we're doing here – you and me … I don't know what we are or what we can be, but this doesn't have to be about that. This can just be about … a chance. Taking a chance.”
Dianna Hardy, Broken Lights
“Half naked, he drank her in with his eyes, imprinting this moment into his mind. This, he would take to his death – the woman that stirred him to life.”
Dianna Hardy, Cry Of The Wolf
“You're not allowed to have legs and not use them.
Dianna Hardy, Heart Of The Wolf

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