Adult Fiction Quotes

Quotes tagged as "adult-fiction" (showing 1-30 of 119)
Sarah J. Maas
“One second, he was in my mouth, my tongue flicking over the broad head of him; the next, his hands were on my waist and I flipped onto my front. He nudged my legs apart with his knees, spreading me as he gripped my hips, tugging them up, up before he sheathed himself deep in me with a single stroke.
I moaned into the pillow at every glorious inch of him, rising onto my forearms as my fingers grappled into the sheets.”
Sarah J. Maas, A Court of Mist and Fury

Sylvain Reynard
“If for some reason we get separated, I want you to wait for me. I’ll find you, I promise. - Gabriel Emerson”
Sylvain Reynard, Gabriel's Inferno

Jaye Frances
“All cats are gray in the dark. And besides, her actions have less to do with her, and everything to do with you.”
Jaye Frances, The Kure

Angelic Artiaga
“I don’t mind working, holding my ground intellectually, artistically; but as a woman, oh, God, as a woman I want to be dominated. I don’t mind being told to stand on my own feet, not to cling, be all that I am capable of doing, but I am going to be pursued, fucked, possessed by the will of a male at his time, his bidding.” …Anias Nin”
Angelic Artiaga, SINFULLICIOUS

Jaye Frances
“Ah yes, now you’re beginning to feel it. It’s so satisfying to see my best efforts coming to fruition. Undoubtedly one of the most gratifying rewards of my profession. It would warm my heart—if I had one.”
Jaye Frances, The Beach

Jaye Frances
“Oh, I don’t mean to infer that you’re not a great guy. I’m sure you’re the exception to the rule.”
Jaye Frances, The Cruise - All That Glitters

“He almost shouted, "What? You knew it all along?"
She smiled & said,"That was why I left the front door ajar, so that you could follow me in. You wanted to see me naked & I decided to let you. You see, at that time, I was as much in love with you as you were in love with me. And I decided to show you everything, to leave nothing to your imagination, because that was what you wanted & what I also wanted."[MMT]”
Nicholas Chong

R.L. Martinez
“Damn them all, my love. Your future is your own. Destiny is for the weak. The strong make their own futures, and you were born with a sword for a spine.”
R.L. Martinez, Beneath the Skin

“And thus, lost in her own thoughts,she let Bacchus do whatever he wished & she only sat up when he accidentally pressed too hard on her tender flesh."Oh! Sorry! I was only admiring the beauty of Nature!" Bacchus said when he noticed her grinning at him. "Let me wash myself first,Sir,if you wish to taste my Nectar,"she suggested.[MMT]”
Nicholas Chong

Barbara Casey
“Timothy grabbed his squealing, tearful wife and spun her around the room. Then he read the letter again just to be sure he hadn't misunderstood. He lightly brushed his fingers across the gold embossed letters KPH in the upper left-hand corner and then, overcome with emotion, covered his face with the letter. This was what he had been hoping for. All those years of rejections; the frustrations and self-doubt; the late nights of writing until five or six in the morning, only to have to stop and get ready to go to work exhausted; the stress on his marriage. Even the other employees where he worked had started kidding him, calling him "Mr. Shakespeare" to his face and making jokes about him behind his back. He was sick of being asked, "Have you gotten published yet?" The cost had been high; with each rejection letter, a new humiliation to suffer. It was all worth it now. This is what it had been about. Now he could say he was an author; and yes, dammit, he was published. His dream had finally come true.”
Barbara Casey, The House of Kane

“My mother sold my virginity for two thousand dollars when I was thirteen but my sister bought it back for three thousand dollars that she borrowed from the massage parlour.
My virginity was the only available asset that my mother had left, that she could sell.[MMT]”
Nicholas Chong

“And what a lovely body the young girl possessed! She was obviously proud of it herself & never seemed ashamed to display it. Iris Leong then decided that if she had a body like Phyllis`, she, too, would be proud to display it in all its glory.
All the cards now appeared to be stacked in the girl`s favour. She enjoyed orgasms all day long & yet never had to fear about losing her virginity. She thus had her cake & also ate it. She should be a model to all young girls, Iris decided.[MMT]”
Nicholas Chong

Barbara Casey
“Marla dug her fingernails into the palms of her hands as she watched the Coyotes struggle, without success, to make up the twelve-point deficit. It was hot in the arena, and the players were perspiring heavily. Neal was substituting often in order to give them water, but the heat was wearing them down, and the Cougars managed to outscore the Coyotes seventeen to two at the opening of the second half.”
Barbara Casey, The Coach's Wife

Barbara Casey
“Someone must be having a big party, Shyla thought as she turned into her neighborhood, the rhythmic salsa beat of Latin music was so loud.

A car she didn't recognize was parked in the middle of her driveway. She had to drive over the grass in order to get around it. She pushed the automatic opener to raise the garage door. Another car was parked where she normally parked, and it wasn't Carl's. It belonged to Pilar. Leaving her car where it was, she got out and went into the house through the back door from the garage.

Inside the house, the noise was almost deafening. Two young children were thrashing one another in the middle of the family room while some woman, presumably their mother, yelled at them in Spanish. The woman barely noticed Shyla.

Shyla went into the living room and could hear other voices and laughter coming from her bedroom. There, she found a young woman going through her jewelry box, and someone else holding up one of her bras. When they saw Shyla, they stopped laughing.

Pilar and another elderly woman were just coming down the stairs when Shyla went back into the living room.

"Shyla, why are you home?" Pilar asked, then shrugged.

Shyla could hardly hear her over the noise. "I live here," she said, too stunned to say anything else. She went back into the family room and turned off the compact disc player. There, on the floor, lay her great grandmother's china clock, broken.”
Barbara Casey, Shyla's Initiative: An Occult Romance

Barbara Casey
“Not everyone is meant to be a writer," Shyla said. "I do believe, however, that everyone has a story within them to be written.”
Barbara Casey, Shyla's Initiative: An Occult Romance

Barbara Casey
“From somewhere Marla heard a terrifying scream--her scream--and she lunged at Martin, hitting him in the chest. When she hit him once, she couldn't stop. All of those times he had hurt her, and all of those times she had lied for him, protecting him so no one would find out. After all, he was a professional man, a doctor. He could be ruined if something like that got out. The good, kind doctor. He took care of people. He took care of her. She was one of those pitiful, unfortunate people who seemed to always have accidents. Bruises on her face and body, cuts and abrasions. It was so nice she was married to such a good doctor. Everyone admired him--auch a wonderful man. But he didn't hurt them. Only her. And now, Gale.”
Barbara Casey, The Coach's Wife

Barbara Casey
“Look, Charlie," said Vince leaning back in his chair. "It's real simple. We will be four people--two men and two women--I figure it's better to have two women instead of three men and one woman so she'll have someone she can confide in and all. Women need that kind of thing. Anyway, we'll be four people--friends--housemates--equal partners. We'll be an alliance. We'll be just like family. And we'll help take care of one another. We'll have a nice home, each with our own private bedroom and bathroom, and a nice yard with flowers."

"And maybe a vegetable garden," added Charlie.

"That's it," grinned Vince.”
Barbara Casey, Just Like Family

Eve Masters
“Strange though, I never took you for a nympho.”
Eve Masters, She Is My Master

Barbara Casey
“Moving slightly beyond the shade of the seventh column, the old man carefully positioned the shopping cart so that its four wheels were perfectly aligned with the expansion cracks in the sidewalk. Then, one by one, he lined up all seven plastic bags in the cart so that they, too, were parallel to the cracks. The bags were important for they contained the sum of everything he owned. Next, he felt the inside pocket of his old jacket for his Bible. He knew all of the Old Testament by heart and most of the New Testament, but he needed to feel its physical presence. It was there.”
Barbara Casey, The House of Kane

Cherise Sinclair
“I'm a big man, sugar. When I come down on a woman, I want soft, not a bundle of sticks that I might break." - Logan”
Cherise Sinclair, Master of the Mountain

J.K. Ellem
“- He's young, good-looking and new in town. And He's got the local bullies in his sights. There's no justice here, but justice is coming...

NO JUSTICE, the addictive new adult thriller that everyone is talking about”
J.K. Ellem, No Justice

Barbara Casey
“Cora Thompson had two of them--cats, that is. Which was quite remarkable considering she had never owned a pet before. Growing up in the rural South as she had, Cora had been taught that if an animal couldn't work in a field or be slaughtered for food, then it was of no use. Certainly any domesticated animal such as a dog or a cat would only bring about the destruction of fine furniture, stained carpets, and the onset of disease, not to mention the foul odor. That's just the way it was.”
Barbara Casey, Just Like Family

Joseph C. Reyes
“I get better everyday, everyday I get better.”
Joseph C. Reyes, Private Sessions: and the Sweaty Sexy Stories Behind the Sprawling Walls of the World's Most Luxurious Gym

Piper Payne
“Life is a lie. We should fear it more than death. We live fearful of dying, terrified of the unknown … when, really, every truth is in our last breath.”
Piper Payne, White Lies

Lili Valente
“Bend over and lift your skirt, i'm going to show you what it's like to spend Christmas on the naughty list”
Lili Valente, Snowed in With the Boss

R.L. Martinez
“I’d rather give too much than not enough.”
R.L. Martinez, In the Blood

R.L. Martinez
“It’s a terrible thing to limp along the sides of a life you once ran through.”
R.L. Martinez, In the Blood

“The tide, you see, is a fickle thing: stealing in, sliding away, always, always turning. She comes when you're not looking, a silent, liquid thief, only to rush away again, retreating from the shore like a coward. She gives sometimes too, though in fleeting, unexpected moments, yielding up her treasures and her dead--but never, ever her secrets.”
Barbara Davis

R.L. Martinez
“Women always have a little more strength than they believe, even when lying on the ground at the seeming end of their endurance. Find that extra strength and push.”
R.L. Martinez, Beneath the Skin

R.L. Martinez
“Her armor appears fragile –
a delicate shell of silk and perfume.
Life's troubles seem to find each chink.
But try to touch that smooth shield
and you will see it crumble in your hands.
As the dust dissipates, you find she is gone.”
R.L. Martinez, Wild Horses Don't Stop at Whoa: Poems and Stories

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