Quotes About Mary Balogh

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Mary Balogh
“She was not sorry. And if it was the wine telling her that, then she would tell the wine the same thing tomorrow. She was not sorry.”
Mary Balogh, Slightly Wicked

Mary Balogh
“It was now twenty minutes past four in the morning, allowing for the fact that the clock in the library of his town house was four minutes slow, as it had been for as far back as he could remember.
He eyed it with a frown of concentration. Now that he came to think about it, he must have it set right one of these days.Why should a clock be forced to go throught its entire existence four minutes behind the rest of the world? It was not logical.The trouble was though, that if the clock were suddenly right, he would be forever confused and arriving four minutes early -- or did he mena late? -- for meals and various other appointments. That would agitate his servants and cause consternation in the kitchen.
It was probably better to leave the clock as it was.”
Mary Balogh, Then Comes Seduction

Mary Balogh
“You are my flesh and blood and I have always doted on you, but right now I would have to say you deserve a haughty, ruined chit for your own and she deserves you.”
Mary Balogh, A Matter of Class

Mary Balogh
“Well,' Frederick had said, 'I will see what can be arranged, Archie. But I will not have the girl frightened or compromised.'

'You sound like a grandfather who has raised fifteen daughters and is now starting on his granddaughters, Freddie,' Lord Archibald had said. 'It is most disconcerting.”
Mary Balogh, Dancing with Clara

Mary Balogh
“His friend laughed. 'You missed your calling, Freddie,' he said. 'You should have been one of the aforementioned clergy. Is this what marriage does to you? One shudders at the very idea.”
Mary Balogh, Dancing with Clara

Mary Balogh
“I am still not used to being the possessor of such a grand title. I believe I shall have to start wearing a purple satin turban and carrying a lorgnette.”
Mary Balogh, Dancing with Clara

Mary Balogh
“Either way, he was always staring into a bottomless pit, or into a whirlpool that forever sucked him inexorably inward to its vortex.”
Mary Balogh, Dancing with Clara

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