Melissa Quotes

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Kresley Cole
“And all he wants is to throw a rager in your sugar mill?" Then she frowned. "Wow. That sounded raunchy.”
Kresley Cole, Poison Princess

“You don’t fucking get it, do you, Sparks?” Out of sheer frustration, Ben thwacked the wall with his hand. Hard. So hard his palm stung. “I love you. I am so goddamned, madly in love with you, I can’t see straight.” Ben’s voice resonated through the offices, echoed in his own ears. “You’re the first thing I think about in the morning and the last thing I imagine before I fall asleep. I dream about you. Every single night. I live to see you, at the office, at home, anywhere. I just need to see your face. Hold your body. Touch your skin. I need you, Mel. More than I need air. You can’t walk away from me. You can’t love someone else.” He gulped in a breath and almost choked on the emotion clogging his throat, so when he spoke again his voice was scratchy, and much, much softer. “I screwed up. I made you choose. And I’m sorry. So desperately, pathetically sorry for that. But I can’t let you go. I can’t let him have you, because you’re mine. You were made for me, like I was made for you. We’re two peas in a pod, sweetness. We’re the same, you and I. We’re meant to be together.”
Jess Dee, Office Affair

Kresley Cole
“Mel exhaled. "Why are you forcing me into the voice-of-reason role? You know that never works out for us.”
Kresley Cole, Poison Princess

Addison Moore
“Eat my food or die."
"If I eat your food I WILL die." He belches before reaching in the fridge for a soda. "Yeah, whatever. Gimme something to commit a slow suicide with.”
Addison Moore, Toxic Part One

“Have you ever wondered what happened to every wish made upon a star…. every long
forgotten daydream…… every nightmare without an ending?” she asked, before stopping and standing behind
him. “Amaisia collects them and keeps them here.”
Lloyd Poast, Blink

“Ás vezes... não há alternativas. O destino complica as coisas contra nossa vontade e precisamos encarar as mudanças. Isso está além de nosso controle.”
Keila Gon, Cores de Outono