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  • #1
    Gena Showalter
    “The lamp tipped over, nailing Kane in the head.
    Sabin shook his head. The man was a walking disaster Literally. Whenever Kane stepped into a room, things went to hell pretty quickly. Sabin expected the ceiling to cave in any moment. And yea, it had happened before.”
    Gena Showalter, The Darkest Night

  • #2
    “Conall checked his watch. Again. Soon his personal wet fantasy would be here. He wondered if it would be inappropriate to tackle her in the hallway as soon as she arrived and drag her up to his bedroom. Probably. Damn human etiquette.”
    Shelly Laurenston, Go Fetch!

  • #3
    “Before Van realized it, he was walking her back toward her stairs. He didn't stop kissing her, he wouldn't. The last thing he wanted was for her to change her mind. He managed to get her to the upstairs hallway before she pulled her mouth away. "What are you doing?" she panted out.
    "Taking you to your bed."
    "Forget it."
    And Van, if he were a crying man, would be sobbing. Until uptight Irene Conridge added, "The wall. Use the Wall.”
    Shelly Laurenston, When He Was Bad

  • #4
    “I'm not a whore, Dee-Ann. You can't just come here to use and abuse me before going on your merry way. Unless, of course, you're naked.”
    Shelly Laurenston, Big Bad Beast

  • #5
    “Zach shoveled another spoonful of Fruit Loops cereal with milk into his mouth. “It is not possible!”
    “How do you know? Just because there’s no proof to prove it, there’s no proof to disprove it either.”
    “You’re trying to make me crazy, aren’t you?”
    “Not at all.” Sara put her bowl down. “I’m just saying there could be bunny shifters.”
    “There are no bunny shifters!”
    Shaking her head she accused, “You’re a bunny bigot.”
    Zach threw his spoon back in the near-empty bowl. “And there is no such thing as bunny bigots.”
    Shelly Laurenston, Pack Challenge
    tags: humor

  • #6
    “Gwen hates me,” she reminded him.

    “Don’t be narcissistic. She hates everyone.”
    Shelly Laurenston, Big Bad Beast

  • #7
    “Understand?”
    “Sure.”
    “Good.”
    “’Cause I always love a challenge.”
    He’d caught her with that when she was halfway in the cab. With one foot in and the other still braced against the curb, she stared at him. “What challenge?”
    “You’re challenging me to get you back into my life.”
    “No, I’m not.”
    “Your exact words were ‘I challenge you, Bobby Ray Smith, to get me back into your life.’”
    “I never said that.”
    “That’s what I heard.” The beauty of wolf hearing. You heard only what you wanted to, made up what was never said but should have been, and the rest meant little or nothing.”
    Shelly Laurenston, The Beast in Him

  • #8
    Kristen Ashley
    “I haven’t been avoiding you,”

    “You’re lying. The last time we were both at dinner, you got up in the middle of Mom’s fajita presentation and said you forgot to feed your cat.”

    Uh-oh.

    “So?”

    “You don’t have a cat.”
    Kristen Ashley, Rock Chick

  • #9
    Kristen Ashley
    “He put the knuckles of his fist to the table, leaned toward Niles and spoke quietly, cuttingly, in his rough, gravelly voice.

    “Fucked her last night, man, and this morning. Five times. Five. It was like she hadn’t been touched in a decade. So fuckin’ sweet. Damn,” he taunted, his eyes locked on Niles. “You’ve had her, you gotta know, not enough money in the world’s worth that.”
    Kristen Ashley, The Gamble

  • #10
    Kristen Ashley
    “Okay,” I started, “perhaps at this juncture we should discuss our
    relationship.”
    “Clue in again, Gwen, the reason our relationship is the way it is, is
    so I don’t ever have to waste my fuckin’ time doin’ stupid-ass shit
    like discussing it.”
    Oh boy. Now I was getting really angry.”
    Kristen Ashley, Mystery Man

  • #11
    Nalini Singh
    “Should've thought of that before you told my ex-girlfriend I eat live kittens for breakfast."

    A tiny twinge of guilt. Then the cat wondered what Riley would think of her last successful "shoo-away." "Who knew she'd believe me?" [Mercy responded.]

    "Oh no? When you 'accidentally' opened the cupboard to expose my 'kitten cage' full of the poor, sad kitties I was going to snack on?" A raised eyebrow. "Wasn't the cage next to my special 'kitten defurring' tools?"

    "They were obviously fake."

    Bas just stared at her.”
    Nalini Singh, Branded by Fire

  • #12
    Nalini Singh
    “I’ll need a sparring partner.”

    “Karate?” Those completely human-seeming eyes brightened in interest.

    “Katana.”

    “Hot damn. Let’s do it.”

    Lucas coughed. “If you two have stopped flirting, we have business to discuss.”

    Indigo grinned but stayed silent. Mercy wasn’t so reticent. “So that’s what it takes to get into Dorian’s pants. I’ll let the sentinel-chasers know.”

    Her packmate’s growl only widened her smirk.”
    Nalini Singh, Caressed by Ice

  • #13
    Nalini Singh
    “Be gentle with him, Mercy. He's got a heart as big as Texas— he'll die for you without blinking. But he doesn't expect anyone to do the same for him.”
    Nalini Singh, Branded by Fire

  • #14
    Nalini Singh
    “God, you’re sexy when you talk Psy.”
    Nalini Singh, Caressed by Ice

  • #15
    Nalini Singh
    “She got to me."

    "It happens to the best of us."

    "Yeah? Who gets to you?" He was so strong that sometimes she worried. Everyone needed to bend a little, even a panther responsible for the lives of his entire pack.

    "That damn wolf. He sent you a present last week."

    Sascha smiled at the thought of Hawke's flirting. The SnowDancer alpha did it only to jerk Lucas's chain. "I never saw any present. What was it?"

    "How the hell should I know? I stomped on it and threw it into the deepest crevice I could find." He smirked. "Then I called him to ask how Sienna was doing."

    She burst out laughing. "Wicked, wicked man.”
    Nalini Singh, Hostage to Pleasure

  • #16
    Nalini Singh
    “You should sit,” Lucas said, and he wasn't talking to Mercy.

    Sascha stared at him. “I didn't realize pregnancy of four weeks' duration made me incapable of standing upright.”

    “It makes me incapable of reason.”
    Nalini Singh, Branded by Fire

  • #17
    Nalini Singh
    “Dorian’s going to love this.”

    She glared. “I swear to God, you tell him, and I’ll” — what the hell could you threaten an alpha with?—“I’ll tell Hawke you want to go on daily bonding runs with him.”
    Nalini Singh, Branded by Fire

  • #18
    Nalini Singh
    “Judd figured he must have done something right along the way. How else could a rebel arrow have earned the right to call this amazing woman his own? Even if it was a mistake, too damn bad. He was never giving her up.”
    Nalini Singh, Caressed by Ice

  • #19
    Nalini Singh
    “You're walking funny," Lucy said, a shit-eating grin on her face. Five days of out of this world sex with a starving man could do that to a girl.

    "You're just jealous." Brenna pushed through the door into DarkRiver's business HQ.

    Lucy made a mournful face. "Yes, I am. Goddamn but your man is hot. And he smiles at you! I've seen him do it, even if no one believes me.”
    Nalini Singh, Caressed by Ice

  • #20
    Nalini Singh
    “You said I could pet you as long as I liked.”
    “Didn't say I wouldn't try to fuck you in the middle of the petting.”
    Her eyes snapped up to meet his. “That's feline logic. You're a wolf.”
    “I'm learning from the best.”
    Nalini Singh, Branded by Fire

  • #21
    R.L. Mathewson
    “It wasn’t like he was purposely being an asshole. It just came naturally to him.”
    R.L. Mathewson, Playing for Keeps

  • #22
    R.L. Mathewson
    “How dare you touch my cookies, you bastard!” Jason said in utter disgust before popping the cookie into his mouth and heading back to his house.
    “Damn those looked good, too,” Brad grumbled.
    Haley sighed. “Don’t worry I have a second plate on my counter.” The words were barely out of her mouth when Jason abruptly changed course and headed towards her house.
    “Well, there was,” she said, watching Jason walk into her house like he owned it. A minute later he walked out of her house, carrying both plates and the gallon of milk she had in her fridge. He headed back to his house, but not before he glared at Brad. “You cookie thieving bastard,” they heard him mutter.
    Brad rolled his eyes, chuckling. “And people wonder how I lost weight rooming with him in college.”
    R.L. Mathewson, Playing for Keeps

  • #23
    “Are you in great physical pain, or is that your thinking expression?”
    G.A. Aiken, What a Dragon Should Know

  • #24
    Judith McNaught
    “If you would take one step forward, darling, you could cry in my arms. And while you do, I'll tell you how sorry I am for everything I've done -" Unable to wait, Ian caught her, pulling her tightly against him. "And when I'm finished," he whispered hoarsely as she wrapped her arms around him and wept brokenly, "you can help me find a way to forgive myself."
    Tortured by her tears, he clasped her tighter and rubbed his jaw against her temple, his voice a ravaged whisper: "I'm sorry," he told her. He cupped her face between his palms, tipping it up and gazing into her eyes, his thumbs moving over her wet cheeks. "I'm sorry." Slowly, he bent his head, covering her mouth with his. "I'm so damned sorry.”
    Judith McNaught, Almost Heaven

  • #25
    Judith McNaught
    “The groom always smiles proudly because he's convinced he's accomplished something quite wonderful. The bride smiles because she's been able to convince him of it.”
    Judith McNaught, A Kingdom of Dreams

  • #26
    Judith McNaught
    “What are you looking at?" Jordan demanded finally, watching
    her.

    "A dragon." When he looked bewildered she lifted her arm and pointed to the sky in the southeast. "Right there—that cloud—what do you see when you look at it?"

    "A fat cloud."

    Alexandra rolled her eyes at him. "What else do you see?"

    He was quiet for a moment studying the sky. "Five more fat clouds
    and three thin ones.”
    Judith McNaught, Something Wonderful

  • #27
    Zannie Adams
    “Admit it. You just had sex,” Alice hissed.

    Cali’s jaw dropped open. “That’s none of your business,” she replied in outrage, “and how the hell did you know?”

    Alice shook her head “You’re glowing orgasmically. It’s disgustingly sweet. And Kent looks ridiculously relaxed and possessive.”

    Brushing her best friend away and flushing a little, Cali pretended to look for her salad tongs. “Mind your own business.”

    “Fine,” Alice grumbled. “Don’t tell me all the dirty details.” She paused for a beat. Then added, “It was rear entry, wasn’t it?”

    Cali almost strangled on her shock and indignation. “It was not.”

    Alice chuckled maliciously. “Don’t lie to me. He has that macho glint in his eyes. I’d know that look anywhere. I’m an anthropologist, remember? And mating rituals are one of my specialties.”
    Zannie Adams, Renaissance

  • #28
    Kristen Ashley
    “Don’t try me,” Lucian warned in my head.
    “Kiss my concubine ass,” I returned in his.”
    Kristen Ashley, Until the Sun Falls from the Sky

  • #29
    Kristen Ashley
    “I whispered, “Can we kick the aunties out right now?”
    I saw the flash of his smug smile before he buried his face in my neck and muttered, “You’re adorable.”
    I wasn’t trying to be adorable. I was trying to get laid.
    “No, seriously.”
    Kristen Ashley, Until the Sun Falls from the Sky

  • #30
    Judith McNaught
    “You can't outwit fate by standing on the sidelines placing little sidebets about the outcome of life. either you wade in and risk everything you have to play the game or you don't play at all. and if u don't play u can't win.”
    Judith McNaught, Paradise



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