Georgina Quotes

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Richelle Mead
“Sometimes you wake up from a dream. Sometimes you wake up in a dream. And sometimes, every once in a while, you wake up in someone else's dream. ”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Blues

Richelle Mead
“Well, that depends, I suppose. I heard someone once say that men dance the same way they have sex. So, if you want everyone here to think you're the kind of guy who just sits around and—"
He stood up. "Let's dance.”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Blues

Richelle Mead
“Vampires. Honestly, they're like children sometimes. ”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Blues

Richelle Mead
“What hope is there?" I asked. "If even angels fall, what hope is there for the rest of us?”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Dreams

Richelle Mead
“I don't care," said Seth. "I would have done it. I would have sold my soul for you. You and me...I told you. Something's always going to keep us near each other...even if we aren't together.”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Heat

Richelle Mead
“How come when mortals want things, their only option is to make a deal with Hell and sell their soul? Why can’t they make deals with God in exchange for good behavior?"

It was another of those rare moments when I’d surprised Carter. I waited for the glib answer I’d mentioned to Seth, something along the lines of goodness being its own reward. The angel considered for several seconds. "Humans make those deals all the time," he said finally. "They just don’t make them with God."

"Then who are they making them with?" I exclaimed.

"Themselves.”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Heat

Richelle Mead
“Hey, if you'd wanted to avoid 'this,' you shouldn't have lured me last night. Now it's too late. You might as well avoid the long, drawn-out pain and get it over with quickly. Sort of like taking off a Band-Aid. Or cutting off a limb."

"Wow, who says there's no romance left in the world?”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Blues

Richelle Mead
“Longing surged up within me. I wanted it. Oh God, I wanted it. I didn't want to hear Jerome chastise me for my "all lowlifes, all the time" seduction policy. I wanted to come home and tell someone about my day. I wanted to go out dancing on the weekends. I wanted to take vacations together. I wanted someone to hold me when I was upset, when the ups and downs of the world pushed me too far.
I wanted someone to love. ”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Blues

Richelle Mead
“Statistics show that most mortals sell their souls for five reasons: sex, money, power, revenge, and love. In that order.”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Blues

Richelle Mead
“Aubrey, crouching on a nearby counter, watched me with squinty eyes, apparently pondering why anyone would willingly immerse themselves in water ever, let alone for extended periods of time. ”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Blues

Richelle Mead
“To Thetis,
Long overdue, I know, but every often the things we most desire come only after much patience and struggle. That is a human truth, I think. Even Peleus knew that.
-Seth”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Blues

Richelle Mead
“What were good and evil, really, but stupid categories? Stupid categories
that restricted people and punished or rewarded them based on how they responded to their own natures, natures they really didn't have any way to control.”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Blues

Richelle Mead
“Well," he said, clearly enjoying my confusion. "It was actually for two souls, since you and Seth were both saved. But even if it wasn't, it still would've been worth it. Do you know the price of one soul, Georgina? It's beyond rubies and diamonds, beyond any mortal reckoning. If it had taken me centuries, if it had taken a dozen more angels to help me, it all would have been worth it.”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Revealed

Lorelei James
“She’d rather be anonymous in a big city than infamous in a small town.”
Lorelei James, Kissin' Tell

Richelle Mead
“You remember our talk about purpose and meaning?" he asked me, the smile disappearing. "Well, I think this might be mine. I think this is what I was meant to do, Georgina.”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Revealed

Richelle Mead
“The [bowling] ball flew out jerkily, sailed about four feet, hit the lane with a loud crack, and then promptly entered the gutter. Roman walked up beside me, and we silently watched the ball complete its journey.

'Are you always that rough with balls?' he asked finally.

'Most men don't complain.”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Blues

Richelle Mead
“Well, if the excitement's over, I think I'll take a bath.'

'Wow. The harsh lifestyle of a succubus. I wish I had your job.'

'Hey, our side's always recruiting. You might need to be a little prettier to be an incubus, though. And a little more charming.'

'Untrue. Mortal women go for jerks. I see it all the time.'

'Touché.”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Blues

Elizabeth Hoyt
“Excuse me, but I believe you have my lady,” one of them said in a quiet, deep voice that sent veritable chills down George’s spine.

Harry.”
Elizabeth Hoyt, The Leopard Prince

Richelle Mead
“[High angel] Carter's fucked-up sense of humor in action.'


[The angel] Lucinda flushed deep crimson. 'How can you use such language so carelessly? You sound like you're… like you're in a locker room!"


I smoothed down my tank top. 'No way. I'd never wear this in a locker room.'


'Yeah, it isn't even in school colors,' said Peter.


I couldn't resist toying with the guardian. 'If i were in a locker room, i'd probably have on a short cheerleader skirt. And no underwear.'


Peter continued playing off me. 'And you'd do that one cheer, right? The one with your hands splayed against the shower wall and ass sticking out?'


'That's me,' i agreed. 'Always ready to take one for the team.'


Even Cody[, the other vampire] flushed at our crassness. Lucinda was practically purple.


'You–you two have no sense of decency! None at all.”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Blues

Suzanne Enoch
“You might at least acknowledge that I put my self in harm's way on your behalf, Evie' the deeper voice of Viscount Dare came from her other side.

Georgina stiffened. ' No you didn't. Go away now.'

'No, I didn't,' he repeated amiably, and nodded. ' Goodbye.'

'Wait!' Evelyn caught his arm. ' What do you mean, on my behalf?'

'I...ah...' He glanced over her head at his wife. 'I don't mean anything. I have a mental disability.”
Suzanne Enoch, London's Perfect Scoundrel

“Just as smiles often follow tears, the sun rose full and bright on the morning..”
Georgina Grey, Franklin's Folly

Richelle Mead
“It's a Christmas miracle. I had no tree. Now I have a forest.”
Richelle Mead, Succubus Dreams

Elizabeth Hoyt
“They were already out of her lands, and in another day Yorkshire would be behind them altogether. By the end of the week she'd be in London, resuming her life as if this trip had never happened. Three or four months from now, Harry, acting as her land steward, might write to ask if she wanted him to present his report on her lands in person. And she, having just returned from another soiree, might turn the letter over in her hand and muse, Harry Pye. Why, I once lay in his arms. I looked up into his illuminated face as he joined his flesh with mine, and I was alive. She might toss the letter on her desk and think, But that was so long ago now and in a different place. Perhaps it was only a dream.
She might think that.
George closed her eyes. Somehow she knew that there would never come a day when Harry Pye was not her first memory when she woke and her last thought as she drifted into sleep. She would remember him all the days of her life.
Remember and regret.”
Elizabeth Hoyt, The Leopard Prince

Elizabeth Hoyt
“They were already out of her lands, and in another day Yorkshire would be behind them altogether. By the end of the week she'd be in London, resuming her life as if this trip had never happened. Three or four months from now, Harry, acting as her land steward, might write to ask if she wanted him to present his report on her lands in person. And she, having just returned from another soiree, might turn the letter over in her hand and muse, Harry Pye. Why, I once lay in his arms. I looked up into his illuminated face as he joined his flesh with mine, and I was alive. She might toss the letter on her desk and think, But that was so long ago now and in a different place. Perhaps it was only a dream.

She might think that.

George closed her eyes. Somehow she knew that there would never come a day when Harry Pye was not her first memory when she woke and her last thought as she drifted into sleep. She would remember him all the days of her life.

Remember and regret.”
Elizabeth Hoyt, The Leopard Prince