Firefighters Quotes

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Kate Meader
“Watching him walk over, Alex mused that Eli Cooper was the sort of man who knew how to use his physicality. Beneath his handmade shirts and tailored suits, a street fighter hummed through every loose-limbed motion. But that impression did not extend to his face, which was structurally perfect. Skyscraper-high cheekbones. Superhero jaw. A mouth that should have a government warning. There were no signs of past trouble with a jealous husband or an abandoned girlfriend. No one had ever broken his nose. No one had busted his lip.

Strange, because her first instinct on seeing him was to roundhouse kick him into the next millennium.”
Kate Meader, Playing with Fire

Jane Cousins
“She’d been seconds away from kissing the man… no, throttling him, for his sheer audacity.  “You expect me to bat my eyes and thrust my tits into some hairy creature’s face and then run away like a giggling simpleton?”
“They only have the one eye under all that hair, and their eyesight is notoriously bad, so you can probably just keep your… tits where they are. ”
Jane Cousins, To Vex A Valkyrie

Kate Meader
“She should pull away, even though she had begged for it with her smart mouth. She should punish him for every crime he’d perpetrated. For being too good-looking, too sexy, too everything. But the kiss was like him—just too damn good. Warm and brutal, providing answers to questions she never knew she had. He teased with his tongue along the seam of her mouth, seeking that last nudge of acceptance as if it was his God-given right.

She parted her lips, and like a predator hinged on her threshold, he took.”
Kate Meader, Playing with Fire

Kate Meader
“Who needs the fairy tale when crazy, messy, sexy reality with the woman I adore is a million times better?”
Kate Meader, Playing with Fire

Kate Meader
“They’re a slow-moving lot, reporters. Slothlike. Weighed down by all that righteous indignation about the freedom of the press and the public’s right to know, not to mention the liquid lunches they see as their constant due. Go out now and you’re playing right into their grasping, ink-stained hands.” He cocked an ear to the door. “I’m doing my best to protect your reputation here. It wouldn’t do to have a serving wench caught in a compromising position with the lord of the manor.”

“You don’t have the cleavage to make a good serving wench, Eli.”
Kate Meader, Playing with Fire

Kate Meader
“He was the hottest guy she had ever
seen, so out of her league they hadn’t invented his league yet. It was like Future League of Hot Guys We Can’t Place Because They’re Too Fucking Hot.”
Kate Meader, Playing with Fire

Charlie LeDuff
“I was shown mold, leaking pipes, exposed asbestos insulation, broken toilets, cracked floors, malfunctioning heating units, feces bubbling up from the sewer pipes in the basements. I had seen better government buildings in the slums of Tijuana. Neven and the boys from 23 told me it was bad but what I was seeing was worse than the Baghdad fire department, which actually got more than one hundred fifty million dollars from the United States government, while Detroit got zero.”
Charlie LeDuff, Detroit: An American Autopsy

Kate Meader
“She pushed him back to the desk, poking his chest.
“I may punch you, bite you, crush your nuts between my thighs. It’s going to be the best hate sex I’ve ever had. And your survival is not my first concern.”
Kate Meader, Playing with Fire

Kate Meader
“You always have my attention. When you're in the room, you're my sun.”
Kate Meader, Rekindle the Flame

Kate Meader
“Find 'em hot, leave 'em wet," he murmured.
"Well known firefighter maxim.”
Kate Meader, Rekindle the Flame

Kate Meader
“Falling in love with you was the easiest thing I’ve ever done. Falling is easy. Staying that way is hard. But I’ve been choosing hard all my life, so why the hell would the life I make with the woman who completes me be any different? I love you like a madman. You’re the air I breathe, my next heartbeat, and I’m never letting go.”
Kate Meader, Sparking the Fire

Kate Meader
“His anger seemed out of proportion to the crime. Men. Give them an orgasm and they want...well, probably more orgasms.”
Kate Meader, Rekindle the Flame

Kate Meader
“The only good deed I’ll be doing tonight is for the angels.”
“The angels?”
“Haven’t you heard? Every time I make you come, an angel gets his wings.”
Brady dropped his smoky gaze to Gage’s mouth for a beat. “We really need to leave. Now.”
Kate Meader, Melting Point

Kate Meader
“She leaned in, a tip she had read today on HuffPo’s Love & Sex section. Boobs out, smile wide, voice low.

Being sexy was exhausting.”
Kate Meader, Playing with Fire

Kate Meader
“Knowing what she did to him made her feel powerful, just as knowing what he did to her made her feel weak.”
Kate Meader, Playing with Fire

“What?” The corner of his mouth turned up, his white teeth gleaming in the light.
“Just thinking how hot you are.”
He scoffed and playfully rolled his eyes. “Thanks—but aren’t all firefighters hot? I mean, we do basically live in fire.”
Shaye Evans, Seduction Squad

Kate Meader
“Trying’s good. Trying’s sexy,” Gage murmured against Brady’s ear. “Now try telling me what you need.”
Kate Meader, Melting Point

“I’ve wanted to do that since you saved me.” -Lockland”
Shaye Evans, Seduction Squad

“Lie on your stomach,” I ordered between kisses.
He pulled away. “Why?”
“Just do it.”
Shaye Evans, Seduction Squad

Kate Meader
“He was perfectly formed, all steel flesh, so beautiful naked that it simply hurt to look at him. But she suspected it would hurt more when she no longer could.”
Kate Meader, Rekindle the Flame

Kate Meader
“Pucker up, Hollywood. By the time I’m finished with you, the neighbors are gonna need a cigarette.”
Kate Meader, Sparking the Fire

Kate Meader
“That’s right, baby. Scratch me up. Make your mark. I wanna look at my body later and know who I belong to.”
Kate Meader, Sparking the Fire

Jennifer Bernard
“Sean lay back and listened, watching her with a smile playing over his mouth.

"it's a really good thing I don't have self-esteem issues," he told her when her spasms of hilarity started to die down. "Also, it's a good thing I hear your sex sound first, You have no grounds to ridicule me, woman.”
Jennifer Bernard, Set the Night on Fire

Jennifer Bernard
“I never should have come back to Jupiter Point. I've ruined everything for Evie."

"That's not true," Suzanne said impatiently. "My cousin's a lot happier since you got here. Regular sex will do that for you."

Josh snorted coffee though his nose, then clapped a hand to his face with a moan of agony. "You should really warn a guy before tossing the word'sex' out there."

"Sorry, big guy. I'll be more careful with your delicate sensibilities from now on," Suzanne teased.”
Jennifer Bernard, Set the Night on Fire

Jennifer Bernard
“Suddenly energized, she jumped to her feet and bounced up and down on the couch. Clean clothes went flying off the pile. Maybe she should feel bad because she'd just seen what a huge flaw she'd uncovered in herself. But she didn't.

She felt free and alive. Up to now, she hadn't really been living. Not fully and completely. That had to change. Immediately.

"What are you doing? I'm hearing weird sounds."

"I'm pulling a Tom Cruise. And I;m also waving a bra around. HUnter, this is amazing? YOu've changed everything. We should have talked like this long ago."

"You're freaking me out, sis. Do I need to call someone?”
Jennifer Bernard, Set the Night on Fire

Jennifer Bernard
“How long do you have to stay and socialize?"

"Well, I still have to butter up the president of the Jupiter Point Business Coalition."

"I do hope you mean literally."

His eyes darkened with desire and he pulled her tighter against him. "As you wish, milady.”
Jennifer Bernard, Set the Night on Fire

Kate Meader
“I’m cheerful because the alternative is to see obstacles everywhere and expect people will hurt you. I choose to live in full color. I choose to say hey there to the hotties, fuck off to the haters, tell lovers how I want it, and people how it shall be.”
Kate Meader, Melting Point

“I understand that what you're doing when you call 911--it sounds so perfunctory--is announcing to strangers that you are losing the battle. I no longer have the strength, I no longer have the answers, the trouble is winning, and won't you please come help"?”
Michael Perry

Jason Medina
“The apocalyptic firefighters chopped away mercilessly at the infected, until none were left.”
Jason Medina, The Manhattanville Incident: An Undead Novel

“Great…” He sighed. “Where’s the boy? And you shouldn’t be here,” he murmured, glancing over his shoulder at Sam. “I heard Chief’s alert.”
“Safe, outside—where do you think I’d go?” I smiled. It was just like Lockland to be selfless and think of the boy’s welfare instead of his own. I shook my head, knowing Lock would expect me to respect his wishes, to keep myself safe, but his safety meant more to me than my own well-being.
“Remember, it’s you and me until the end,” I murmured, choking. I never thought words could be so hard to speak. “You made that promise. I’m keeping it.”
Shaye Evans, Seduction Squad

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