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Laurann Dohner
“You are ours and he should have known not to touch you."

"I'm yours? I thought you hated me."

Kit stepped out of the bathroom. "We don't hate you. You're our pet."

"Kit!" Rusty shook her head. "Don't say that. You'll offend her."

Kit shrugged "She is. She's so little and cute. She yaps around trying to please like... What are they called? A Yorkie?"

Rusty sighed. "We decided she's more similar to a cute little poodle with her long blonde hair." She flashed a smile at Ellie. "Don't take it offensively please. We enjoy having you around and you amuse us to no end.”
Laurann Dohner, Fury

Paulo Coelho
“No matter what he does, every person on earth plays a central role in the history of the world. And normally he doesn't know it.”
Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist

Clay Aiken
“The message I'll share...is that inclusion is extremely important for kids with and without disabilities.”
Clay Aiken

Clay Aiken
“The only reason people go to bars is to get drunk and have sex. To me, bars are what hell is like.”
Clay Aiken, Learning to Sing: Hearing the Music in Your Life

Clay Aiken
“I never want to produce anything that a family could not enjoy together. I never want to create art that would embarrass my own children later.”
Clay Aiken, Learning to Sing: Hearing the Music in Your Life

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