Crown Duel Quotes

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Sherwood Smith
“A wager?" I repeated.
"Yes," he said, and gave me a slow smile, bright with challenge. ...
"Stake?" I asked cautiously. He was still smiling, an odd sort of smile, hard to define.
"A kiss." My first reaction was outrage, but then I remembered that I was on my way to Court, and that had to be the kind of thing they did at Court. And if I win I don't have to collect. I hesitated only a moment longer, lured by the thought of open sky, and speed, and winning.
"Done," I said.”
Sherwood Smith, , Crown Duel

Sherwood Smith
“So let me end with the wish that you find the same kind of happyiness, and laughter, and love, that I have found, and that you have the wisdon to make them last.”
Sherwood Smith, Court Duel

Sherwood Smith
“Because you showed one face to all the rest of the world, and another to me.”
Sherwood Smith, Crown Duel

Sherwood Smith
“One doesn't lose a self, like a pair of gloves or a pine. We learn and change, or we harden into stone.”
Sherwood Smith, Crown Duel

Sherwood Smith
“They're safe,'' he said. "And you're not made of glass". He swept me up in his arms.
I laughed. "And I'm not made of glass."
He carried me into our room and kicked the door shut behind us.”
Sherwood Smith, Court Duel

Sherwood Smith
“Maybe being so short has made me age slower, or something.”
Sherwood Smith