Patricia Briggs Quotes

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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
“Leslie had learned two valuable things about the fae that day. They were powerful and charming -- and they ate children and puppies.”
Patricia Briggs, Fair Game

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
“Even after all this time, I keep forgetting that heroes can be found in unlikely places and persons -- like mechanics who can turn into coyotes.”
Patricia Briggs, Blood Bound

Patricia Briggs
“You’re a dead man,” Kyle said. “Warren doesn’t take kindly to people who hurt me.”
Patricia Briggs, Frost Burned

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
“Vampire politics make the very complicated dance of manners that is werewolf protocol look like the Hokey Pokey.”
Patricia Briggs, Frost Burned

Patricia Briggs
“The best way for me to protect you is to encourage you to be able to protect yourself.”
Patricia Briggs, Hunting Ground

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

Patricia Briggs
“Wolf," she said. "Married is wonderful, married is lovely. But I loved you before that, and you were mine before that. Only you for me—only me for you. That's how it was before our marriage." The smile fell away and left her pale and determined. "That's how it was when I found you in that pit trap all those years ago—I knew as soon as I first saw your eyes. But then, I've known all my life what love is. It took you, who had nothing to compare it to, rather longer to figure out, to understand what is between us. But even when you did not understand or recognize it—it was always love.”
Patricia Briggs, Wolfsbane