Blake Quotes

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Laurell K. Hamilton
“Sticks and stones will break your bones, but failure will get you killed.”
Laurell K. Hamilton, Narcissus in Chains

Laurell K. Hamilton
“Sometimes you fight what you are, and sometimes you give in to it. And some nights you just don’t want to fight yourself anymore, so you pick someone else to fight.”
Laurell K. Hamilton, Incubus Dreams

Laurell K. Hamilton
“You look wonderful", Jason said.
"No compliments, Jason. I'm uncomfortable enough in the lingerie."
"Then by all means take it off.”
Laurell K. Hamilton, Narcissus in Chains

Wendy Higgins
“Girl, all you have to do is say the word, and Mr. Lusty McLust a Lot here will be happy to whisper some dirty nothings in your ear.”
Wendy Higgins, Sweet Peril

Abigail Roux
“He’s the kind of man who if you gave him a gun and told him he had two choices—“shoot one of your dogs or shoot yourself in the head”—he’d put the gun to his ear and pull the trigger.”
“Hell, Jules, you’d do the same thing if someone did that to you and your goddamned cats,” Blake said in amusement.
“No,” Julian murmured with a shake of his head. “No, there’s a third option. People like us, we’re third-option people. We take the gun, stuff it in the person’s mouth, and eliminate the problem. Walk off into the sunset with our kitty.”
Abigail Roux, Warrior's Cross

Laurell K. Hamilton
“I looked at Micah, who shrugged. I looked at Rafael, who shook his head. Nice that none of us knew why he was undressing.”
Laurell K. Hamilton, Narcissus in Chains

Debra Anastasia
“Don't tie your success to anything other than what's inside you”
Debra Anastasia, Poughkeepsie

Wendy Higgins
“Blake got up after some time, claiming he was sweating because of Kaidan, the human furnace.”
Wendy Higgins, Sweet Peril

Susane Colasanti
“All I know is, if we don't eat soon I'm going to chew off a limb. And I can't guarentee it'll be mine.”
Susane Colasanti, Something Like Fate
tags: blake

Debra Anastasia
“Beckett's probably the hardest man there is to love," Blake said. "He does life wrong for all the right reasons.”
Debra Anastasia, Poughkeepsie

Debra Anastasia
“Oh my God! I'm engaged! I'm marrying Cole!"

"What?!" Livia squeezed her sister hard. "Let me see. When did this happen? Did you tell Dad? When is it going to be? How did he propose?"

The men stopped their congratulatory handshake to stare at the speed-talking ladies.

"Last night, not yet, four weeks from today, naked!" Kyle blurted in response

The girls became a moving, jumping circle of hug.

"Cole, you popped the question in your birthday suit?" Blake teased.

Cole put his face in his hands. "Did not think she would share that bit of information.”
Debra Anastasia, Poughkeepsie

Laurell K. Hamilton
“I knew what was like to finally be seduced by the thing you hunted. Mine just happened to be a more traditional seduction. Okay, at least I was still among the living.”
Laurell K. Hamilton, Incubus Dreams

Wendy Higgins
“We got hungry around three in the morning, and ordered a ton of pizza from an all-night pizza place. Afterward, Blake talked a guy into letting him borrow his skateboard, and he once again entertained all of us. If it had wheels, Blake could work it.
“Is he your boyfriend?” a girl behind me asked.
I turned to the group of girls watching Blake. They were all coifed and beautiful in their bikinis, not having gone in the water. My wet hair was pulled back in a ponytail by this point and I was wrapped in a towel. “No, he’s my boyfriend’s best friend. We’re watching his place while he’s . . . out of town.”
A pang of fear jabbed me when I thought about Kai.
“What’s your name?” asked a brunette with glossy lips.
“Anna.” I smiled.
“Hey. I’m Jenny,” she said. “This is Daniela and Tara.”
“Hey,” I said to them.
“So, your boyfriend lives here?” asked the blonde, Daniela. She had a cool accent—something European.
“Yes,” I answered, pointing up to his apartment.
The girls all shared looks, raising their sculpted eyebrows.
“Wait,” said Jenny. “Is he that guy in the band?”
The third girl, named Tara, gasped. “The drummer?” When I nodded, they shared awed looks.
“Oh my gawd, don’t get mad at me for saying this,” said Jenny, “but he’s a total piece of eye candy.” Her friends all laughed.
“Yum drum,” whispered Tara, and Daniela playfully shoved her.
Jenny got serious. “But don’t worry. He, like, never comes out or talks to anyone. Now we know why.” She winked at me. “You are so adorable. Where are you from?”
This was met with a round of awwws. “Hey, you’re a Southern girl,” said Tara. “You should like this.”
She held out a bottle of bourbon and I felt a tug toward it. My fingers reached out.
“Maybe just one drink,” I said.
Daniela grinned and turned up the music.
Fifteen minutes and three shots later I’d dropped my towel and was dancing with the girls and telling them how much I loved them, while they drunkenly swore to sabotage the efforts of any girl who tried to talk to my man.”
Wendy Higgins, Sweet Peril

Debra Anastasia
“As Blake leaned down to accept her hug she whispered, “Remember when you and Livia tried to hog the spotlight at my wedding? Just when you and Livia get to the good part, Cole and I are going to have porno sex right there.”
She pointed discreetly at the spot to Blake’s right, and he couldn’t help but laugh.”
Debra Anastasia, Poughkeepsie

Maurice Sendak
“Sendak is in search of what he calls a "yummy death". William Blake set the standard, jumping up from his death bed at the last minute to start singing. "A happy death," says Sendak. "It can be done." He lifts his eyebrows to two peaks. "If you're William Blake and totally crazy.”
Maurice Sendak

Debra Anastasia
“But Blake infused hope in his music. Love was the only song he knew how to play.”
Debra Anastasia, Poughkeepsie

Debra Anastasia
“Listening to him play was like discovering an eagle in the wild. It was tumblingly bewitching. She could feel and hear genius she knew it.”
Debra Anastasia, Poughkeepsie

William Blake
“The following Discourse [on art, by Sir Joshua Reynolds] is particularly Interesting to Blockheads as it endeavours to prove that There is No such thing as Inspiration & that any Man of a plain Understanding may by Thieving from Others become a Mich Angelo.”
William Blake

“It's an important part of knight training - sweeping maidens off their feet.”
Katie M. John

Jay McLean
“You need to give me a break. I’m an eighteen-year-old girl, and you’re my first boyfriend . . . and you just happen to be stupidly hot. So what if I get petty and jealous?” She shrugged. “I’m allowed. I bet if a guy looked at me like that, you’d probably feel the same.”

I let her words sink in before speaking. “A, if a guy looked at you in any way, I’d probably beat his ass. B, I didn’t know I was your boyfriend.”

Her eyes went wide. “I just assumed—”

“Good,” I interrupted. “Assume away, girlfriend.”
Jay McLean, Where the Road Takes Me

Jennifer L. Armentrout
“Daemon had spoken to Blake earlier in the day; the entire conversation had gone down between the two without fists being thrown and I missed it.”
Jennifer L. Armentrout, Opal

James Joyce
“To say that a great genius is mad, while at the same time recognizing his artistic merit, is no better than to say he is rheumatic or diabetic.”
James Joyce

A.E.  Kirk
“Aurora!” Dad came running out.
“Over here.”
“We’re going to head home.” Dad leaned against a post at the bottom of the steps. “Hey, guys. What’re you talking about?”
I smiled. “Just…girl stuff.”
“Tampons,” Blake blurted.
My jaw dropped. Dad’s eyes went wide. “Well, that’s…very…uh…” He backed a few steps. Glanced over his shoulder. “I’ll just…um…Gemma!” And he was sprinting toward the building.
“Blake!” we all snapped.
“Sorry, I panicked.”
“Aurora,” Ayden said. “You’d better—before your mom—”
“Yep.” I raced down the steps. “Dad, he was kidding!”
A.E. Kirk, Demons at Deadnight

William Blake
“Each man is haunted until his humanity awakens.”
William Blake

Leanne Hall
“Blake peers around Amelia's shoulder. "He looks like Sleeping Beauty."
"Don't ever say that to his face," says Wolfboy."Actually, do. If he wakes up, promise me you'll say that to his face.”
Leanne Hall, Queen of the Night

Laurell K. Hamilton
“Anita: Sen neden yoruldun ?
Jason: Bütün kulübe seks ve büyü saçtın şimdi neden yorulduğumu mu soruyorsun ? Çok cilveliymişsin.”
Laurell K. Hamilton, Narcissus in Chains

Laurell K. Hamilton
“Orospu çocuğu kan emicilerle çıkmaya başladığından beri bana hiç bir konuda tüm gerçeği anlattığına inanmıyorum Anita'
'Politik olarak doğrusunu söylemek gerekirse,senin o orospu çocuğu kan emici dediğin vampir, ST Louis'nin Şehir Efendisi Dolp'
'O seninde efendinmi Anita?'
'Şehir Efendisinin insan hizmetkarımısın?”
Laurell K. Hamilton, Danse Macabre

“Who we are and who we need to be to survive are very different things.”
Bellamy Blake

Catherine Bybee
“«Siamo un vero casino, io e te» disse lei, dall’altra stanza.
«Ah, sì? Perché?»
«I nostri padri ci hanno rovinato. Il tuo ti dà ancora ordini dalla tomba, il mio non mi permette di fidarmi di nessun uomo che entra nella mia vita.»”
Catherine Bybee, Wife by Wednesday

Carlos J. Eguren
“—Esta vez no, pimpollo.
Arqueé una ceja. Puede que Blake tuviese razón en su obsesión, pero…
—¿Pimpollo? —repetí.
—¿No ha sonado tan épico como pensaba?
—Ni de lejos.”
Carlos J. Eguren, Devon Crawford y los Guardianes del Infinito

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