Audrey Quotes

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“the truth will set u free but first it will piss u off”
Albert Borris, Crash Into Me

Ilona Andrews
“This man was a rogue, not because circumstances forced him to be a criminal but because he was born that way. He was probably conning his mother out of her milk the moment he could grin. He'd charm the clothes off a virgin in twenty minutes. And if the poor fool took him home, he'd drink her dad under the table, beguile her mother, charm her grandparents, and treat the girl to a night she'd never forget. In the morning, her dad would be sick with alcohol poisoning, the good silver would be missing together with the family car, and in a month, both the former virgin and her mother would be expecting.”
Ilona Andrews, Fate's Edge

Kimberly Lauren
“I’d do it all over again, knowing that you were going to be there at the end. I’d walk through the sadness and the loneliness all over again for you.”
Kimberly Lauren, Beautiful Broken Mess

Robin Benway
“How would you like to star in your very own commercial?"
"I'd rather swim in battery acid.”
Robin Benway, Audrey, Wait!

Bethany Frenette
“I glowered back up at him. "Did you need something?"
He didn't move. "Where are you going?"
"To plot your downfall," I snapped. I bent to retrieve my bag and then sneaked beneath his arm. It wasn't the most dignified exit, but it worked.”
Bethany Frenette, Dark Star

Ilona Andrews
“You're right, my problems are the biggest problems ever," George said. "No, honestly, it's horrible to be me. I'm rich, talented, and I make girls cry."
"How do you make girls cry, exactly?"
George turned to her. His blue eyes widened. His lovely face took on a forlorn, deeply troubled expression. He leaned forward, and, in a theatrical whisper, said, "My past is tragic. I wouldn't want to burden you with it. It's a pain I must suffer alone. In the rain. In silence.”
Ilona Andrews, Fate's Edge

Ilona Andrews
“At the door, Audrey called, "Are you coming?"
"No, just breathing hard, love." He glanced at her and was rewarded by an outraged glare, followed by, "Oh, my God!”
Ilona Andrews, Fate's Edge

Ilona Andrews
“Ask a man how much a dollar is worth, and he'll tell you, 'Almost nothing.' Try to take a dollar away from him, and you'll get yourself a fight.”
Ilona Andrews, Fate's Edge

Ilona Andrews
“Stealers, keepers.”
Ilona Andrews, Fate's Edge

Ilona Andrews
“Did I hurt you in the parking lot?"
"No, m'lady. I fell, so I could put a tracker on your car."
Great.”
Ilona Andrews, Fate's Edge

Ilona Andrews
“Just stay close to us. If we get in trouble, we'll kill everything.”
Ilona Andrews, Fate's Edge

Ilona Andrews
“The only way to make sure that the Hand didn't get to you would have been to kill your brother. I could've done it, but I didn't. I just gave him some drugs."
"You gave an addict in rehab drugs, and you want credit for it?"
"Of course it sounds bad when you put it that way.”
Ilona Andrews, Fate's Edge

Ilona Andrews
“Oh, I don't know. I might grow on you."
She furrowed her pretty eyebrows. "Like a cancer?"
"Like a favorite vice.”
Ilona Andrews, Fate's Edge

Ilona Andrews
“Audrey turned to him, a sly little spark hiding in her eyes. "THe only man who gets to call me'love' would be waking up next to me after a very, very fun night.
Fun night. Oh yes.
"Guess what?" She leaned closer. "You will never be that man.”
Ilona Andrews, Fate's Edge

Ilona Andrews
“This doesn't mean you're getting a discount."
Audrey heaved a mock sigh. "Oh well. I guess I'll have to ply you with sexual favors, then."
Gnome choked on the soup. "I'm old enough to be your grandfather!"
Audrey winked at him, gathering the empty bags. "But you're not.”
Ilona Andrews, Fate's Edge

Ilona Andrews
“And I meant to tell you: that was a one-in-a-thousand shot."
She raised her hand. "Don't."
"It was awesome," George confirmed.
"It really was," Jack said. "His head exploded.”
Ilona Andrews, Fate's Edge

Bethany Frenette
“You're Gideon's friend."
I laughed. Gideon's friend, of course. "Only because his mother pays me to hang out with him."
"Can she pay me?" Elspeth asked.
Iris, moving into the room, rolled her eyes at her sister.”
Bethany Frenette, Dark Star

Ilona Andrews
“When walking into the lair of the dragon after robbing his hoard, the least you could do is hold you head high [...]”
Ilona Andrews, Fate's Edge

Audrey Dry
“La memoria es como libro en el cual se escribe toda nuestra vida. Algunas veces deseamos cerrarlo y olvidarlo para no recordar todos los escabrosos detalles, y otras veces deseamos abrirlo y observarlo detenidamente, queriendo volver a sentir lo mismo que sentimos en aquel momento.”
Audrey Dry, Sin mirar atrás

Ilona Andrews
“Kaldar smiled at her. Now there was a work of art. If she were just a girl and he were just a man, and they met at a party, that smile would've guaranteed him a date. The man was hot. There was no doubt. But right now, all it would get him was a solid punch in those even teeth.
Audrey laughed. "Aren't you sweet? Tell me, do girls usually throw their panties at you when you do that?"
He grinned wider, and she glimpsed the funny evil spark in his eyes. "Do men throw money when you do your little Southern belle?”
Ilona Andrews, Fate's Edge

Ilona Andrews
“That's all right," she told him. "I can manage. I can sleep outside just fine."
Four pairs of eyes looked at her with a distinctly male skepticism.”
Ilona Andrews, Fate's Edge

Ilona Andrews
“Because you are the one. You are better than me in some things, and I am better than you in others...I don’t mind being a bit like you. I hope you don’t mind being a bit like me.”
Ilona Andrews, Fate's Edge

Neal Shusterman
“I'm against solutions that are worse than the problem. Like old women who want their hair dyed the color of shoe polish to hide the gray.”
neal shusterman, UnSouled

Audrey Dry
“—¿Cómo una persona puede sentirse sola cuando está rodeada de gente? —le pregunté.
—Supongo que en eso consiste la soledad —me respondió—. En aislarte cuando se supone que tienes que sentirte rodeada.”
Audrey Dry, Sin mirar atrás

Holly Bourne
“Shit, I'm sorry. I'm so sorry," I yelped.
Harry was rubbing his jaw. "What was that?"
My keys were in my fingers, my back was to him. I fumbled with the lock. I had to get out of here. Oh my God, I'd tried to kiss him and ended up headbutting him. Like a freaking.. WWE wrestler.
"I don't know what happend. I'm sorry. I have to go. Thanks for... everything...sorry."
The door opend. I couldn't get through it quickly enough. What was wrong with me? Seriously, what was I doing? I HEADBUTTED HIM.”
Holly Bourne, It Only Happens in the Movies

Audrey Dry
“Y, entonces, en ese instante que tan solo dura un segundo, el cerebro se encarga de abrir la cerradura del cofre en el cual guardas todo lo que aprecias. Cede de tal manera que la tapa se abre y todo lo que hay en el interior sale de forma tan rápida y tan fugaz que no puedes detenerlo.”
Audrey Dry, Sin mirar atrás

Toni Aleo
“Hello, sex on legs”
Toni Aleo, Falling for the Backup

Jason Medina
“Manhattan is basically this island in New York, where all the cool stuff is located.”
Jason Medina, The Diary of Audrey Malone Frayer

Audrey Dry
“La vida es como una vela prendida. Todos cuando nacemos llevamos una con nuestro nombre reflejado en ella. La única diferencia entre unos y otros es que hay personas que traen una pequeña vela, como la de un cumpleaños, y otros traen consigo un cirio, como los que colocan en las iglesias. Unas, desgraciadamente, se consumen antes que otras, pero todas acaban apagándose.”
Audrey Dry, Sin mirar atrás

Audrey Dry
“Pienso que cada uno es como un libro, con una sinopsis diferente y una portada distinta. Cada libro está en su estantería correspondiente y en su balda adecuada junto con otros libros similares. Yo, en cambio, soy un libro solitario, abandonado en un estante olvidado.”
Audrey Dry, Sin mirar atrás

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