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  • #1
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “Cookie?" he offered, holding a cookie full of chocolate chips.
    Upset tummy or not, there was no way I could refuse that. "Sure."
    His lips tipped up one side and he leaned toward me, his mouth inches from mine. "Come and get it."
    Come and get...? Daemon placed half the cookie between those full, totally kissable lips.
    Oh, holy alien babies everywhere...”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Onyx

  • #2
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “Swimming was the last thing I wanted to do. Drowning him? Maybe.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Obsidian

  • #3
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    Holy Hawt Chemisty, Batman!
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Obsidian
    tags: lesa

  • #4
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “Oh, yeah.” Carissa nodded. “They were googley-eyed in class on Friday. It was pretty steamy, the whole ‘I’m
    screwing you with my eyes’ thing they had going on.” I choked on my drink. “That was not what we were doing. We were talking!”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Obsidian

  • #5
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “A slow, wry smile teased Daemon’s lips. "Simmer down, Kitten, before I have to get you a ball of yarn to play with."

    Annoyance flared deep inside me. "Don’t start with me, jerk-face.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Opal

  • #6
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “I bet you think things through, right? Accept candy
    from strangers and get into vans with a sign that reads free Kittens?”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Obsidian

  • #7
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “I didn't eat all of it."

    "Oh, so it ate itself?" Dee shrieked so loudly I thought I heard the rafters in the ceiling shake. "Did the spoon ate it? Oh wait, I know. The carton ate it."

    "Actually, I think the freezer ate it.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Obsidian

  • #8
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “I hate you and your freaky alien powers.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Obsidian

  • #9
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “I have the feeling we just made a deal with the devil, and he's going to come back and want our first-born child or something."

    Daemon waggled his brows. "You want kids? Because you know, practice makes--"

    "Shut up." I shook my head and started walking.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Opal

  • #10
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “You haven't been smiling much. I missed it, so I decided to reward you for doing it." "Reward me?" I laughed. "God, only you would think kissing someone is a reward." "You know it is. My lips change lives, baby.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Opal

  • #11
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “I understood books. I did not understand boys—especially alien boys.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Onyx

  • #12
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “Dogeared pages were Antichrist of book lovers everywhere.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Onyx

  • #13
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “I want to marry you because I'm in love with you, Kat. I will always be in love with you. That's not going to change today or two weeks from now. I will be just as in love with you in twenty years as I am today.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Origin

  • #14
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “There was a pause, then his lips stretched into a smile. "You're right."
    Hell froze over. Pigs were flying. "Come again?"
    "You're right. I should have checked in at some point. I'm sorry."
    The world was flat. I didn't know what to say. According to Daemon, he was right about 99 percent of the time. Wow.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Opal

  • #15
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “I was always able to lose myself in reading. Books were a necessary escape I always gladly jumped into headfirst.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Obsidian

  • #16
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “He’s like a suicidal Energizer bunny.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Opal

  • #17
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “So I was thinking, there're eighty-six thousand, four hundred seconds in a day, right? There're one thousand, four hundred and forty minutes in a day...There're one hundred and sixty-eight hours in a week. Around eighty-seven hundred and then some hours in a year, and you know what?...I want to spend every second, every minute, every hour with you...I want a year's worth of seconds and minutes with you. I want a decade's worth of hours, so many that I can't add them up.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Origin

  • #18
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “Air punched out of my lungs. I held her tight, and I knew right then I would burn down the whole universe for her if I had to. I would do anything to keep her safe. Kill. Heal. Die. Anything. Because she was my everything.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Onyx

  • #19
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “My brain was telling me this was a bad idea and I told my brain to shut the fuck up, because it rarely told me anything helpful.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Wait for You

  • #20
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “Doesn’t he own a shirt?” I asked, grabbing a spade. “Unfortunately, I don’t think so. Not even in the winter. He’s always running around half-dressed.” She groaned. “Its disturbing that I have to see so much of his…skin. Yuck.” Yuck for her. And hot damn for me.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Obsidian

  • #21
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “There's only one thing I want."
    "And that is?"
    "I want to see Kat."
    Nancy's smile didn't fade. "And what are you willing to do to accomplish that?"
    "Anything," I said without hesitation, and I meant it. "I will do anything, but I want to see Kat first and I want to see her now.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Origin

  • #22
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “You are a terrible liar. You do want this. Just as badly as I do.”
    My mouth opened, but no words came out.
    “You want this as badly as you want to go to ALA this winter.”
    Now my jaw was on the floor. “You don’t even know what ALA is!”
    “American Library Association midwinter event,” he said, grinning proudly. “Saw you obsessing over it on your blog before you got sick. I’m pretty sure you said you’d give up your firstborn child to go.”
    Yeah, I kind of did say that.
    Daemon eyes flashed. “Anyway, back to the whole you wanting me part.”
    I shook my head, dumbfounded.
    “You do want me.”
    Taking a deep breath, I struggled with my temper… and my amusement. “You are way too confident.”
    “I’m confident enough to wager a bet.”
    “You can’t be serious.”
    He grinned. “I bet that by New Year’s Day, you will have admitted that you’re madly, deeply, and irrevocably—”
    “Wow. Want to throw another adverb out there?” My cheeks were burning.
    “How about irresistibly?”
    I rolled my eyes and muttered, “I’m surprised you know what an adverb is.”
    “Stop distracting me, Kitten. Back to my bet—by New Year’s Day, you’ll have admitted that you’re madly, deeply, irrevocably, and irresistibly in love with me.”
    Stunned, I choked on my laugh.
    “And that you dream about me.” He released my arm and folded his, cocking an eyebrow. “I bet you’ll even admit that. Probably even show me your notebook with my name circled in hearts—”
    “Oh, for the love of God…”
    Daemon winked. “It’s on.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Onyx

  • #23
    Amy Plum
    “Besides the alternate universe offered by a book, the quiet space of a museum was my favorite place to go. My mom said I was an escapist at heart . . . that I preferred imaginary worlds to the real one. It’s true that I’ve always been able to yank myself out of this world and plunge myself into another.”
    Amy Plum, Die for Me

  • #24
    Amy Plum
    “I spent the rest of the day in someone else's story. The rare moments that I put the book down, my own pain returned in burning stabs.”
    Amy Plum, Die for Me

  • #25
    Amy Plum
    “Though I'm a big believer in gender equality, chivalry scores high in my book.”
    Amy Plum, Die for Me

  • #26
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “Thanks,” I muttered and added under my breath, “Douchebag.”

    He laughed, deep and throaty. “Now that’s not very ladylike, Kittycat.”

    I whipped around. “Don’t ever call me that,” I snapped.

    “It’s better than calling someone a douchebag, isn’t it?” He pushed out the door. “This has been a stimulating visit. I’ll cherish it for a long time to come.”

    Okay. That was it. “You know, you’re right. How wrong of me to call you a douchebag. Because a douchebag is too nice of a word for you,” I said, smiling sweetly. “You’re a dickhead.”

    “A dickhead?” he repeated. “How charming.”

    I flipped him off.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Obsidian

  • #27
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “Daemon: I checked out your blog.
    Katy: Stalking me again, I see. Do I need to get a restraining order?
    Daemon: In your dreams, Kitten. Oh wait, I'm already starring in those, aren't I?
    Katy: Nightmares, Daemon. Nightmares.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Obsidian

  • #28
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “The day my internet was hooked up was better than having a hot guy check out my butt and ask for my phone number.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Obsidian
    tags: katy

  • #29
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “So the dickhead had a name. Daemon—seemed fitting. And of course his sister would be as attractive as him. Why not? Welcome to West
    Virginia, the land of lost models.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Obsidian
    tags: katy

  • #30
    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    “You don't look like an alien!' It seemed important to point that out.

    He arched a brow. 'And what do aliens look like?'

    'Not...not like you,' I sputtered. 'They aren't gorgeous--'

    'You think I'm gorgeous?' He smiled.”
    Jennifer L. Armentrout, Obsidian



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