Jaguars Quotes

Quotes tagged as "jaguars" (showing 1-11 of 11)
Lisa Kessler
“He rested his head on top of mine and whispered, "I'm warning you now. I'm a horrible patient."
I smiled in spite of myself and pulled back. "Of course you are. That's why you're a doctor.”
Lisa Kessler, Harvest Moon

Lisa Kessler
“The wolf demands her mate. But the woman loathes the man.”
Lisa Kessler, New Moon

Lisa Kessler
“I could shoot you in the foot."
"Please do. At least then I wouldn't have to endure this sock humiliation any longer.”
Lisa Kessler, New Moon

Lisa Kessler
“You should've mentioned you were bringing a beautiful woman. I would've combed my hair.”
Lisa Kessler, New Moon

Lisa Kessler
“You're glowing." He chuckled, taming his hair. "Forgive me for being proud instead of embarrassed.”
Lisa Kessler, New Moon

Lisa Kessler
“There isn't another person I'd be more willing to walk into hell with than you.”
Lisa Kessler, New Moon

Lisa Kessler
“I never saw true beauty till this night.”
Lisa Kessler, New Moon

Lisa Kessler
“I never dreamed redemption would be this good.”
Lisa Kessler, New Moon

Lisa Kessler
“He brought up both hands to hold my face. "I would die for you, Isabelle."
"No." I shook my head. "Live for me.”
Lisa Kessler, New Moon

Lisa Kessler
“She heated parts of me I hadn't realized were lost.
And I wanted more.”
Lisa Kessler, New Moon

Sharman Apt Russell
“Now she could smell what the jaguar could smell, odors deeper and richer than anything she had experienced before, layers of smell she could read like Fray Tomás had read the words in her father’s book: the wet decay of leaves, the death fear of a mouse, the poisonous cloy of datura, water and mud and insects, the wind carrying the smell of other animals, the wind itself, and the girl, of course, always the girl with her juicy flesh. The girl smelled incredibly good. Should the jaguar do this? Should Teresa eat herself?”
Sharman Apt Russell, Teresa of the New World