Leslie Quotes

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Melissa Marr
“I need to check in with Seth before I--" he burrowed his face into the side of her neck, his breath almost painfully warm on her throat--"give in to my unconscionable desire to put my hands on you properly.”
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange

Melissa Marr
“-"You won't like me if I'm cruel."
-"I don't like you now."
-"We don't lie."
-"I'm mortal, Irial. I can lie all I want to.”
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange

Melissa Marr
“You're not weak at all. Wounded, but that's nothing to be ashamed of.”
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange

Melissa Marr
“He'd given her his vow: to take care of her, to keep her from hurt or pain, from wanting for anything. Her leaving didn't negate his promises; they weren't conditional.”
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange

Melissa Marr
“She wanted something she didn't have words for- peace, numbness, something.
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange

Melissa Marr
“-"Leslie? What are you doing?"
-"Choosing. I'm mine. Not anyone else's."
-"I'm still yours, though. That won't ever change, Shadow Girl.”
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange

Patricia Briggs
“I don’t think you’re supposed to be able to get at that information,” said Leslie.
“Don’t look,” said Goldstein, peering over Charles’s shoulder. “We don’t know anything about illegal hacking.” He whistled cheerily.”
Patricia Briggs, Fair Game

Melissa Marr
“It wasn't the tattoo that had changed her, had given her repossession of her body. It was her actions, her choices. It was finding the path when it looked like there weren't any paths to be found.”
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange

Patricia Briggs
“Taking out werewolves, I gather and surmise, is akin to taking out a SEAL team.”
Patricia Briggs, Fair Game

Melissa Marr
“I did survive. I still am. And it won't happen again.”
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange

Melissa Marr
“She might scream when the nightmares found her, but not by choice, not when she was awake.”
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange

Melissa Marr
“I didn't drown. I didn't break.”
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange

Melissa Marr
“If he took her into his arms, he would keep her. He wouldn't let her suffer the way the other mortals had when he'd left them. He would keep her, with his court's permission or without it. Irial wouldn't take her, and Keenan wouldn't stand between them.”
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange

Patricia Briggs
“What do you mean?” Leslie’s voice was cool, as if she questioned witches who were flat on their backs being threatened by werewolves every day.”
Patricia Briggs, Fair Game

Melissa Marr
“I'm still yours, though. That won't ever change, Shadow Girl.”
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange

Melissa Marr
“By every mortal standard, the worst faeries in the world were those in the Dark Court. They fed on the baser emotions; they engaged in activities that the other-also amoral-faery courts repudiated. They were also the only ones she truly trusted or understood.”
Melissa Marr, Faery Tales & Nightmares

Melissa Marr
“He held her gaze as he lowered his head toward her. He didn't kiss her though--just leaned kissably close and asked, "Will you let me take you in my arms... for a dance, Leslie?”
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange

Melissa Marr
“Whatever this fearlessness, this strength, this difference was, she was starting to like it.”
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange

Melissa Marr
“I'm not happy," she whispered. "I don't know what I am, but this isn't happiness.”
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange

Melissa Marr
“What is it doing to me? Will the darkness consume me?”
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange

Melissa Marr
“I've talked to Ash and if you take another mortal-”
“Are you threatening me, love?” He grinned at her.
“No. I'm telling you that I don't want you to replace me.”
His smile faded. “Well, then . . . and if I do?”
“Then Ash will work with the other one, the Winter Queen, and they’ll threaten you, hurt our-your-court. But here's the thing they don't get: I don't want you to be hurt. It would hurt me. If you let some other mortal channel that awfulness for you, that would hurt me. What they'll do to you when they find out, that will hurt me.”
“And?”
“And you promised me that you wouldn't let anyone hurt me.”
Melissa Marr, Ink Exchange