Penryn And Raffe Quotes

Quotes tagged as "penryn-and-raffe" (showing 1-18 of 18)
Susan Ee
“A little weird? That was freakin' Bizarroville."
He pauses and looks back at me.
"Are you speaking English?”
Susan Ee, Angelfall

Susan Ee
“It's about time you showed some sense. You should be afraid."
"I'm shivering because I'm freezing."
"You're cute when you're afraid."
I give him a dirty look. "Yeah, you're cute when you're afraid too."
"You mean I'm devastatingly handsome when I'm not afraid. Because you've never seen me afraid.”
Susan Ee, World After

Susan Ee
“You're not Fallen are you?"
"From everything I've heard, that would just make me more sexy to you Daughters of Men. What is it that you all see in bad boys?”
Susan Ee, World After

Susan Ee
“Raffe looks over at the bloody knife in my hand. "If I still had any doubts that it was you, that would do it.”
Susan Ee, World After

Susan Ee
“NO!" Raffe grips me as if he can bind my soul to my body. An upside-down view of the doorway shows up in my field of vision. Smoke waft through it.
Although the pain obscures Raffe's warmth, I feel the presure of his hug, the rocking of our bodies back and forth as he repeats the word, "No.”
Susan Ee, Angelfall

Susan Ee
“We walk for about an hour before Raffe whispers, “Does moping actually help humans feel better?”
“I’m not moping,” I whisper back.
“Of course you’re not. A girl like you, spending time with a warrior demigod like me. What’s to mope about? Leaving a wheelchair behind couldn’t possibly show up on the radar compared to that.”
I nearly stumble over a fallen branch. “You have got to be kidding me.”
“I never kid about my warrior demigod status.”
“Oh. My. God.” I lower my voice, having forgotten to whisper. “You are nothing but a bird with an attitude. Okay, so you have a few muscles, I’ll grant you that. But you know, a bird is nothing but a barely evolved lizard. That’s what you are.”
He chuckles. “Evolution.” He leans over as if telling me a secret. “I’ll have you know that I’ve been this perfect since the beginning of time.” He is so close that his breath caresses my ear.
“Oh, please. Your giant head is getting too big for this forest. Pretty soon, you’re going to get stuck trying to walk between two trees. And then, I’ll have to rescue you.” I give him a weary look. “Again.”
I pick up my pace, trying to discourage the smart comeback that I’m sure will come.
But it doesn’t. Could he be letting me have the last say?
When I look back, Raffe has a smug grin on his face. That’s when I realize I’ve been manipulated into feeling better. I stubbornly try to resist but it’s already too late.”
Susan Ee, Angelfall

Susan Ee
“Penryn? Who are you talking to?” My mother sounds almost frantic now.
“Just my own personal demon, Mom. Don’t worry. He’s just a little weakling.”
Weak or not, we both know he could have killed me if that’s what he wanted. I won’t give him the satisfaction of knowing I was scared, though.
“Oh.” She sounds calm suddenly, as if that explained everything. “Okay. Don’t underestimate them. And don’t make them promises you can’t keep.” I can tell by her fading voice as she says this that she’s reassured and walking away.
The baffled look the angel shoots at the door makes me chuckle. He glances my way, giving me a you’re-weirder-than-your-mom look.”
Susan Ee, Angelfall

Susan Ee
“My hand stays out with the offered food long enough to make the moment awkward. "Don't you want it?" I ask.
"That depends on why you're giving it to me."
I shrug. "Sometimes, as we're stumbling along in the dark, we hit something good.”
Susan Ee, Angelfall

Susan Ee
“Raffe looks over at the bloody knife in my
hand. “If I still had any doubts that it was
you, that would do it.” He gestures toward
my opponent rolling on the ground with his
hands cradling his package.
“He should have been polite and just let
us by,” I say.
“Way to teach him some respect. I always
wanted to meet a girl who fights dirty,” says
Raffe.
“There’s no such thing as dirty fighting in
self-defense.”
He huffs. “I don’t know whether to make
fun of him or to respect you.”
“Come on, that one’s easy.”
He grins at me. There’s something in his
eyes that makes my insides melt a little, like
something deep inside us is communicating
without me being fully aware of it.”
Susan Ee, World After

Susan Ee
“What are you doing?’
‘What?’ Ugh. I suck at this.
‘Are you batting your lashes at me?’
‘What, me? No, of course not. What . . . spell it.’
He squints his eyes suspiciously at me. ‘This is awkward.’
‘Yes, it is.’
‘You’re not going to make this easy on me, are you?’
‘You’d lose all respect for me if I did.’
‘I’d make an exception for you.”
Susan Ee, End of Days

Susan Ee
“Oh? We're not all freakish repulsive animals who sully your reputation?"
"No, I was right about all that.”
Susan Ee, End of Days

Susan Ee
“Hey, I don’t call the shots,” he says. “If I was good at marketing, I’d spin you an empty story that sounds profound. But the truth is that we’re all just stumbling around in the dark. Sometimes we hit something terrible.”
“That’s it? It can’t be as random as that.” I don’t know what I want to hear, but that’s not it.
“It’s always as random as that.”
He sounds more like a seasoned soldier than any angel I’ve ever heard of. One thing’s for sure—I’m not going to get a lot of answers out of him.
My hand stays out with the offered food long enough to make the moment awkward. “Don’t you want it?” I ask.
“That depends on why you’re giving it to me.”
I shrug. “Sometimes, as we’re stumbling along in the dark, we hit something good.”
Susan Ee, Angelfall

Susan Ee
“How good is your hearing?'
'What?'
'Haha' I say dryly”
Susan Ee, Angelfall

Susan Ee
“What's with all the cheering over the apocalypse, anyway? Oh, yay, we get to kill poor helpless humans."
"The excitement over the apocalypse had nothing to do with humans."
"Could have fooled me."
"Humans are incidental."
"Killing and destroying an entire species is incidental?" I can't help but sound like I'm accusing him (Raffe), even though I know he wasn't part of the plan to wipe us out.
Or at least, I think he wasn't personally involved, but I don't really know that, do I?
"Your people have been doing it to all kinds of species."
"That's not the same."
"Why not?”
Susan Ee, World After

Susan Ee
“My Watchers have helped me realize that angelic rules are for angels. Without our wings, we can never be fully accepted back into the fold. There will always be talk of taking a newly Fallen’s wings and transplanting them onto us. Angels are perfect. Even with transplanted wings, we’ll never again be perfect. You accept me just the way I am, regardless of whether or not I even have wings. Even when I had my demon wings, you’ve never looked at me with pity. You’ve never wavered in your loyalty. That’s who you are – my brave, loyal, lovable Daughter of Man.”
Susan Ee, End of Days

Susan Ee
“Put it on. Look as good as you can. It's our ticket in." Maybe he did have clubbing in mind.
"You're not going to go home with some drunken college girl, are you?"
"What?"
"Never mind.”
Susan Ee, Angelfall

Susan Ee
“Bir ara durdu, merdivenlerin tırabzanına yaslandı, beni göğsüne bastırdı.''Neden sana söylediğimde kaçmadın ki?' diye fısıldadı saçlarıma doğru.''Daha en başından ölümüne sadakatinin yol açacağını biliyordum.Ama bunun, bana olan sadakatinin olacağı aklıma gelmemişti.”
Susan Ee, Angelfall

Susan Ee
“Şşş.'' Parmak uçlarını yanaklarımda gezdirip yüzümü okşadı.''Meraklanma ben buradayım.''Gözlerinde derin bir elemle bana bakıyordu.Sanki söylemek istediği çok şey varmış ama artık iş işten geçmiş gibi.
Yüzünü okşamak, her şeyin yoluna gireceğini söylemek istiyordum.Her şeyin düzeleceğini.
Keşke öyle olsaydı her şey.”
Susan Ee, Angelfall