Althea Quotes

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Patrice Kindl
“Let us agree that we are marrying so we can go on quarreling in the greatest comfort and convenience.

Oh, please, Althea, look at me. Do say yes.”
Patrice Kindl, Keeping the Castle

Trisha Leigh
“The truth hurts, sometimes, I suppose. But that doesn`t mean it shouldn`t be known.”
Trisha Leigh, Summer Ruins

Trisha Leigh
“What good does it do you to love?”
Trisha Leigh, Summer Ruins

Pamela Morsi
“He pulled her close and kissed her. Happiness and joy settled around them like a warm cloak. And gentleness spurred passion. His kiss deepened and a soft, low moan eased out of his throat.
He wiggled on the bed beneath her, letting her feel the resurgence of his passion inside her.
"I'm ready to do it again," he said plainly.
"You can't do it twice," she answered, giggling.
"Why not?"
"You just can't," Althea told him. "Men do it one time and then they rest up for a day or two."
"I think I'm rested up enough," he told her.
"Jesse, I know what I'm talking about," she said with confidence. "I was married for over two years. And I know all about it. You can't be ready to do it again."
He proved her wrong.”
Pamela Morsi, Simple Jess

Pamela Morsi
“Jesse squeezed her breasts ardently. "I just love your round parts, Miss Althea. They are just about the best things I ever felt in my life."
He proved his enthusiasm for them by kneading, manipulating, and caressing until Althea was standing on her tiptoes, every muscle in her body straining to give him better access.
"Oh, Miss Althea," he said finally, removing his hands from her body. "This is the most fun I ever had in my life."
He was breathing as if he'd just run up the mountain, pulling Granny Piggott on the skid.”
Pamela Morsi, Simple Jess

Robin Hobb
“She is, Althea thought uneasily, what I pretend to be: a woman who does not let her sex deter her from living as she pleases.”
Robin Hobb, Ship of Destiny

Patrice Kindl
“I love you, Althea—you are so beautiful,” murmured the young man into my ear.

Well, I was willing enough. I looked up at him from under my eyelashes. “I love you too,” I confessed. I averted my gaze and added privately, “You are so rich.”

Unfortunately, I apparently said this aloud, if just barely, and his hearing was sharper than one would expect, given his other attributes.”
Patrice Kindl