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Average rating: 4.33 · 6 ratings · 5 reviews · 1 distinct work · Similar authors
First, to Dream of Love
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“Heaven dwells in hearts, Eliza, not in lands, as does hell – it dwells in hearts.”
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“She smiled, pretending to be unaware like every child, but she knew. Children know things even if they can’t explain them in words.”
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“You’re safe now,” he said, again. “I will not allow anybody to hurt you. I give you my word.”
Eliza nodded. “I know.”
Father Leo nearly dropped his bible. The priest recognized Eliza, her blonde hair and sweet voice. Yes, this had to be the princess – there was no mistaking it.”
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“When you are five, you know your age down to the month. Even in your twenties, you know how old you are. I'm twenty-three you say, or maybe twenty-seven. But then in your thirties, something strange starts to happen. It is a mere hiccup at first, an instant of hesitation. How old are you? Oh, I'm--you start confidently, but then you stop. You were going to say thirty-three, but you are not. You're thirty-five. And then you're bothered, because you wonder if this is the beginning of the end. It is, of course, but it's decades before you admit it.”
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“I just can't. I'm married. I made my bed and now I have to lie in it.”
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“Life is so often unfair and painful and love is hard to find and you have to take it whenever and wherever you can get it, no matter how brief it is or how it ends.”
Jenna Blum, Those Who Save Us

“If she were Catholic, she could kneel, kneel and bow her head inside a church with brilliant stained-glass windows and streaks of golden light falling over her. Yes, oh yes, she would kneel and stretch out her arms, holding to her Amy and Dottie and Bev.”
Elizabeth Strout, Amy and Isabelle

“Paranormal romance gives me the opportunity to explore love outside of its traditional boundaries. Common themes are hunger and uncontrollable desires, but I like to push further into wounds that cannot be healed and the way love can still find its way into the cracks of a fractured soul.”
Stephanie Draven

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