Mercedes Thompson Quotes

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Patricia Briggs
“It's only fair to warn you that you sealed your fate tonight. When you knew you were in trouble, you came to me. That makes twice, Mercy, and twice is almost as good as a declaration. You are mine now.... Ben says you might run. If you do, I will find you and bring you back. Every time you run, Mercy. I won't force you, but. .. No more excuses, Mercy. You are mine, and I am keeping you.”
Patricia Briggs, Iron Kissed

Patricia Briggs
“Bran was the only person I knew who could use words like "blackguard" and make them sound like swear words-but then he could have said "bunny rabbit" in that tone of voice and weaken my spine with the same shiver of fear.”
Patricia Briggs, Moon Called

Patricia Briggs
“I don't break; I bounce.”
Patricia Briggs, River Marked

Patricia Briggs
“Hey, Adam,” I said.
I thought you’d want to know that Warren and Darryl made it out of the vampire den alive.”
I sucked in my breath. “You didn’t actually agree to their meeting on Marsilia’s grounds?”
He laughed. “No, it just sounded better than saying they made it out of Denny’s alive. It might not be romantic, but it’s open all night and set in the middle of a brightly lit parking lot with no dark places for skulking parties to ambush from.”
Patricia Briggs, Bone Crossed

Patricia Briggs
“Mine. He was mine, and not even death would take him from me—not if I could help it.”
Patricia Briggs, River Marked

Patricia Briggs
“Zee said, grumpily, “Liebling, this is not a good idea.”
“Zee,” I told him, “I am completely out of good ideas and am doing my best with the bad ones I have left.”
Patricia Briggs, Frost Burned

Patricia Briggs
“Yes,” I told him. “I think the guy playing the Pirate King was awesome.”

He stopped where he was.

“What?” I asked, frowning at the big smile on his face.

“I didn’t say I liked the Pirate King,” he told me.

“Oh.” I closed my eyes—and there he was. A warm, edgy presence right on the edge of my perception. When I opened my eyes, he was standing right in front of me.
“Cool,” I told him. “You’re back.”

He kissed me leisurely. When he was finished, I was more than ready to head home. Fast.

“You make me laugh,” he told me seriously.”
Patricia Briggs, Bone Crossed

Patricia Briggs
“She hit us,” the woman shrieked. That was the gist of it anyway. There were a lot of unladylike words that began with “F,” with various “C” words thrown in for leavening.

“Ben’s better,” I murmured. “He’s more creative when he swears.”
“He does it in that English accent, which is too cool.”
Patricia Briggs, Frost Burned

Patricia Briggs
“Usually the people I do know are sufficient to spawn any number of nightmares without inventing any.”
Patricia Briggs, River Marked

Patricia Briggs
“I thought you were dead.
Stupid. As if I'd die without taking you with me.”
Patricia Briggs, Silver Borne

Patricia Briggs
“That is the freakiest thing that ever happened to me.” I nodded toward the mess. “And if you knew my life, you’d realize just how freaky that is.”
Patricia Briggs, Frost Burned

Patricia Briggs
“I don't like lies," said Bran, and I knew I'd failed to keep the pain of his revelation from my face. "Not even lies of omission. Hard truths can be dealt with, triumphed over, but lies will destroy your soul.”
Patricia Briggs, Moon Called

Patricia Briggs
“Not that I'd really been planning on keeping the attack secret; it had just been an option I'd wanted to keep open if I could.”
Patricia Briggs, River Marked

Patricia Briggs
“All Adam needed was an answer, and 'no' would have worked just as well to set the pack back in order. I agreed because...because he's Adam. Mine, whispered a voice in my head, but I was pretty sure it was my own voice.”
Patricia Briggs, Silver Borne

Patricia Briggs
“I borrowed a hammer and the garage and disposed of both phones. I was pretty sure that I could have just pulled the batteries, but pretty sure wasn’t good enough, so I used a hammer.”
Patricia Briggs, Frost Burned

Patricia Briggs
“Fourteen preteen girls, a tableful of werewolves—there were certain monstrous similarities.”
Patricia Briggs, Silver Borne

Patricia Briggs
“Kyle took in a breath. “While you were doing freaky stuff with Adam—as fine as he is—did you figure out where he is?”
I shook my head, and he sighed. “That’s good.”
I raised my eyebrow. He grinned, tiredly. “That would have been useful, Mercy. And having something freaky and useful would have been too good and sent the spirits of evil gods on our tail.”
I stared at him.”
Patricia Briggs