Amanda Quotes

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Nicholas Sparks
“Dawson, she knew, had saved Alan's life- but in the end, he'd saved Jared's as well. And for her that meant...everything. 'I gave you the best of me,' he'd told her once, and with every beat of her son's heart, she knew he'd done exactly that.”
Nicholas Sparks, The Best of Me

Tom Robbins
“Although the surface of our planet is two-thirds water, we call it the Earth. We say we are earthlings, not waterlings. Our blood is closer to seawater than our bones to soil, but that's no matter. The sea is the cradle we all rocked out of, but it's to dust that we go. From the time that water invented us, we began to seek out dirt. The further we separate ourselves from the dirt, the further we separate ourselves from ourselves. Alienation is a disease of the unsoiled.”
Tom Robbins, Another Roadside Attraction

Sherrilyn Kenyon
“Her heart pounded as the door lifted and Hunter got out dressed in faded jeans, a gray and black v-neck sweater, and a black leather jacket, the man was drop-dead stunning.

And that deadly stagger of his made her weak in the knees. "Oh baby," she heard Tammy whisper as he came around the car.

Hunter stopped in front of Amanda and raked a hungry look over her body. "Hi, luscious," he said in that deep, evocative voice. "Sorry I'm late."

Before Amanda knew what he was doing, he pulled her into his arms and gave her a sizzling hot kiss. Her body burned in response to his tongue tasting hers as he fisted his hands against her back. Then, he dipped down and picked her up in his arms.

"Hunter!" she gasped as he carried her effortlessly toward the car.

He gave her that devilish tight-lipped smile. His midnight eyes were warm and alive with humor and hunger. With the toe of his boot, he opened the passenger-side door and set her inside. He retrieved her briefcase and purse from the sidewalk where she had dropped them and handed them to her. Then, he turned and gave a knowing smile to Cliff. "You really have to love a woman who lives to see you naked.”
Sherrilyn Kenyon, Night Pleasures

Lisa Kleypas
“He took his mouth from hers and stared down at her with eyes so dark they no longer looked blue. “Amanda, do you trust me?”

“Of course not,” she said. “I don’t know the first thing about you.”

Laughter rustled from his chest. “Sensible woman.”
Lisa Kleypas, Suddenly You

Ridley Pearson
“I'm a big girl, Finn.”
Ridley Pearson, Disney After Dark

Sherrilyn Kenyon
“Tabitha was always trying unorthodox ways to set her up with guys. Although, to be fair to her sister, Tabitha didn't usually knock the guy unconscious before she forced them together.

Still, with Tabitha there was a first time for just about anything. And extreme blind-dating was very vintage T.”
Sherrilyn Kenyon, Night Pleasures

Lisa Kleypas
“Rather than argue, Amanda smiled at him. “And then what will you do while your son or daughter is in charge of your store and your companies?”

“I’ll spend my days and nights pleasing you,” he said. “It’s a challenging occupation, after all.” He laughed and dodged as she went to swat his attractive backside.”
Lisa Kleypas, Suddenly You

Lisa Kleypas
“It has to be now,” he insisted, a flick of amusement in his voice. He nudged his burgeoning loins against her. “After all, you can’t allow me to go around like this all day.”

“From what I’ve learned so far, this is your natural condition,” came her pert reply.”
Lisa Kleypas, Suddenly You

Lisa Kleypas
“Sweet,” he whispered, and stole a kiss from her lips. “Sweet… let me stay with you a little longer.”

-Jack to Amanda”
Lisa Kleypas, Suddenly You

Lisa Kleypas
“His expression was infused with lust and adoration as he lowered his head to kiss her throat, his tongue venturing into the little spaces between the diamonds and round opals. “Why can’t you see yourself as I see you?”

-Jack to Amanda”
Lisa Kleypas, Suddenly You

Julia Quinn
“I can’t help but think that if she was going to kill herself, she might as well have done it earlier. Perhaps when I was a toddler. Or better yet, an infant. It certainly would have made my life easier. I asked my uncle Hugh (who is not really my uncle, but he is married to the stepsister of my current mother’s brother’s wife and he lives quite closeand he’s a vicar) if I would be going to hell for such a thought. He said no, that frankly, it made a lot of sense to him. I do think I prefer his parish to my own.”
Julia Quinn, To Sir Phillip, With Love: The 2nd Epilogue

Wendy Mass
“Mom said it’s too violent for me. I would argue, but after being terrified by a SpongeBob balloon, I’m pretty sure she’s right.”
Wendy Mass, 11 Birthdays

Jason Medina
“I wish I were a bird. I’d fly all the way up to the clouds and look down on this place, and then I’d go far away and never come back.”
Jason Medina, No Hope for the Hopeless at Kings Park

Jason Medina
“By the time she awoke she couldn’t even remember if she had a dream or a nightmare. There had only been a deathlike peace.”
Jason Medina, No Hope for the Hopeless at Kings Park

Jason Medina
“There’s one last reason why none of us ever tries to escape. There are a few of us who just don’t have anywhere else to go.”
Jason Medina, No Hope for the Hopeless at Kings Park

Jay McLean
“Stupid Fucking Logan Fucking Matthews”
Jay McLean, More Than Her
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Sherrilyn Kenyon
“So, you're the infamous Acheron."
A smile played across his devastatingly handsome face. "Lord and master of the great barbarian horde that roams the night.”
Sherrilyn Kenyon, Night Pleasures

Jason Medina
“For a while she cried silently until she tired herself out and the overwhelming feeling of sleepiness overcame her. The room around her was fairly silent, although she wasn’t the only one crying herself to sleep. It was quite common at places like this to hear cries in the dark. There were so many saddened and lonesome souls around her. It was usually at night when they were reminded of just how sad and lonely they actually were.”
Jason Medina, No Hope for the Hopeless at Kings Park

Lauren McLaughlin
“Then I bring my lips very gently to hers and--without biting--let the whole world disappear into the dark magic of her mouth.”
Lauren McLaughlin, Cycler

Bonnie Dee
“He waited a few more seconds, hoping her tight jaw would unclench and she’d ask him to stay, but she sat staring down the empty track.
There was nothing for him to do but walk away. The drum of his boot heels as he left Amanda and Lydia behind sounded like the clang of the
door slamming shut on his prison cell in Lexington. Each step away from
them felt like a year added to his sentence.
Spence only walked about a hundred yards before he stopped. His chest ached so much he could hardly draw breath. He couldn’t do this.
He looked back over his shoulder at Amanda sitting on the bench. She held Lydia on her lap facing her, resting against her arms and looking up into her face. They were involved in an intimate, one-sided conversation.
He stood and stared. He couldn’t leave them, but Amanda had made it clear she didn’t want him. God, he would give anything if he could go
back and change the way they’d met. But how could he have done things
differently and still have met Amanda? If he hadn’t pretended to be Travis Baxter that day at the station, she never would’ve spoken to him at all. Spence couldn’t regret what he’d done nor could he condone it. It was a double-edged sword.”
Bonnie Dee, Perfecting Amanda

Sagara Lux
“I suoi occhi mi spogliavano lenti e spietati. Sgretolavano le maschere e le ragioni di cui mi ero vestita per non cedergli.”
Sagara Lux, Di carne e di piombo

Jason Medina
“Now to tell ya about our fellow inmates. Pay attention because there are a bunch of us an’ we each have a story.”
Jason Medina, No Hope for the Hopeless at Kings Park

Jason Medina
“We just wanted to see whose dick was in yer mouth. Call it curiosity.”
Jason Medina, No Hope for the Hopeless at Kings Park

Jason Medina
“He saw her eyes staring back at him. Those deep blue eyes, which seemed so much older than the body they inhabited. Her eyes were locked with his. There was a connection between them. He saw her pain and he felt it, too. He wanted to cry for her.”
Jason Medina, No Hope for the Hopeless at Kings Park

Tom Robbins
“She thought of the things that lovely young women usually think about when they are relaxing in treetops and unhampered by underwear.”
Tom Robbins, Another Roadside Attraction

Sherrilyn Kenyon
“Just take deep breaths and believe in the impossible”
Sherrilyn Kenyon, Night Play

Jason Medina
“By dinnertime, Amanda had managed to pick off all of her red nail polish purely out of habit. She was disappointed and silently cursed at herself when she remembered not having anymore to put on. She stared at her fingernails for about twenty minutes for lack of something better to do.”
Jason Medina, No Hope for the Hopeless at Kings Park

Jason Medina
“Amanda had way too much time to think being at the hospital without any friends. She didn’t want to dwell on her thoughts for too long lest the wrong ones might emerge. She was hoping to forget what happened to her.”
Jason Medina, No Hope for the Hopeless at Kings Park

Amanda Quick
“You have no idea of what you are doing to me,” he warned.
She smiled. “Are you trying to frighten me? Because it is not working.”
“No, I can see that. Just as well because it is too late.”
“For you or for me?”
“For me,” he said. “I am lost.”
“That makes two of us.”
“Then I am not lost, after all. You have found me.”
Amanda Quick, Crystal Gardens

“If you find it difficult to get along with your boss, try to reason with him and talk through your differences. If that doesn't work, drive him to suicide and take over the company.”
Anthony Rubino Jr., Life Lessons from Melrose Place

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