Bewitched Quotes

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“Oh, he did look like a deity – the perfect balance of danger and charm, he was at the same time fascinating and inaccessible, distant because of his demonstrated flawlessness, and possessing such strength of character that he was dismaying and at the same time utterly attractive in an enticing and forbidden way.”
Simona Panova, Nightmarish Sacrifice

Alanea Alder
“He's doing a sniffing thing! I've already been through this; it's how I got stuck with Aiden!! Meryn yelled”
Alanea Alder, My Guardian

Jayde Scott
“But just to make sure, I went down to the library, switched on the computer and typed ‘vampire vs. werewolf fight winner’ into the Google search browser.
The machine whirred for zero point twenty-three seconds before it came up with some four million results. Obviously, I wasn’t the only nutter interested in this stuff. I clicked on the first link and groaned. Over sixty per cent thought a werewolf would kick a vamp’s ass any time. Dammit!”
Jayde Scott, Dead And Beyond

Andrew Lang
“...she has been bewitched by a wicked sorceress, and will not regain her beauty until she is my wife.'
'Does she say so? Well if you believe that you may drink cold water and think it bacon'.”
Andrew Lang, The Red Fairy Book

Richelle E. Goodrich
“To love her was to taste sweet surrender. For had she not entered his life, he would have sought the wonders of both Heaven and Earth. But she surpassed them all and, by her pleasing nature, stayed him.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Smile Anyway: Quotes, Verse, and Grumblings for Every Day of the Year

Lita Burke
“Lanith? Don’t bewitch the Church boys. Their disappointment is a mess to untangle when they follow you home.”
Lita Burke, Wrath, Prequel to Tredan's Bane

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“What insanity propels me to incessantly invest in a world that never ceases to fail me? And what ignorance bewitches me so thoroughly that it keeps me from investing in a God who never ceases to be unfailing?”
Craig D. Lounsbrough, Flecks of Gold on a Path of Stone: Simple Truths for Profound Living

Kelly Moran
“As it was, she never wanted to leave her bed because it meant seeing him when she fell asleep.”
Kelly Moran, Bewitched

Kelly Moran
“Considering she’d conjured him, she supposed he should be drool-worthy. After all, he was the closest thing to a long term relationship she’d ever had, despite him totally being a figment.”
Kelly Moran, Bewitched

Lynda Colucci
“Sharon, you have bewitched me, body and soul. I don't wish to be parted from you, from this day forward.”
Lynda Colucci, I'm Here for You My Goddess

Avijeet Das
“Writing had become a constant partner. She had become my muse. The moments of my madness made me crave her. She was the reason that I never felt alone. She never let me feel lonely. She enticed me in my days. She allured me in my nights. She bewitched me in myriad unknown ways!”
Avijeet Das

Jane Austen
“For a few moments, her imagination and her heart were bewitched.”
Jane Austen, Persuasion

Virginia'dele Smith
“Since the moment I saw you, I’ve been bewitched. You’re like a magnet that I’m drawn to by a force of nature. My North Star.”
Virginia'dele Smith, Grocery Girl

Emilia Hart
“Bewitched. Everything she knew about witches came from books, and none of it was good. The witch who ate Hansel and Gretel, for instance. The three witches in Macbeth, raising the wind and the seas. But what about the witch in "The Robber Bridegroom"? She had helped the heroine escape.”
Emilia Hart, Weyward

Augusten Burroughs
“By the late '60s society was no longer afraid of witches, because people no longer believed in them. They were already worshipping the newfangled office computers and LED watches. Therefore, TV executives could create sexy witches and mischievious witches, not to mention male witches they called warlocks and put them in front of the nation.
Except it seemed that people really did believe in witches, which was a little bit spooky and threatening, so the cute witches also had to be made powerless. Even though every rational person knew witches weren't real, a primal, tiny voice asked, Were they?”
Augusten Burroughs, Toil & Trouble