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Josephine Angelini
“Made dinner," Helen told him in a flat voice.

"Did I do something wrong?" he asked tentatively.

"Of course not. Why would you ask that when I just cooked you dinner?"

"Because usually when a woman spends hours cooking a complicated meal and then just sits at the table with a pissed off look on her face, that means some guy somewhere did something really stupid," he said, still on edge.”
Josephine Angelini, Starcrossed

C.C. Hunter
“Taking a deep breath that smelled of rain, she was poised to move when a hand clasped her elbow. Memories of another hand grabbing her sent panic shooting through her veins.
She swung around.
"Whoa. You okay?" Lucas lightened his clasp around her arm.
Kylie caught her breath and stared up at the werewolf's blue eyes. "Yeah. You just...surprised me. You need to whistle when you come up on me.”
C.C. Hunter, Taken at Dusk

Eloise Jarvis McGraw
“You are both daring and unscrupulous, and you think fast. I have been looking for a person with those particular characteristics. Also I noticed you speak Babylonian.”
Eloise Jarvis McGraw, Mara, Daughter of the Nile

“My heart is strong,
I will not fail,
I won't be wronged,
I will prevail.”
Alexandra Lanc, Lyrics of the Heart

Lisa Marie Main
“If your going to be a jackass then do it outside of your home, as your home is supposed to be a place of love and safety, it's your sanctuary from the outside world. The only place where we can truly be accepted.”
Lisa Marie Main, Morning Light Coven

Jennifer Niven
“Too many people in this world think small is the best they can do. Not you, Libby Strout. You weren't born for small! You don't know how to do small! Small is not in you!”
Jennifer Niven, Holding Up the Universe

Natalia Jaster
“If she could explore and heal his injuries with her fingers, it would be another type of magic, her skin making contact with his. Putting her mind to it, Love would become familiar with his body. She would know him from top to bottom, from beginning to end.

Touching this boy would be the death, and life, of her.”
Natalia Jaster, Touch

Hannah Heath
“[Anger] gave him the soul to keep fighting no matter how many times the world seemed bent on destroying him. He may be a broken young man, but he would never be a defeated one”
Hannah Heath, Skies of Dripping Gold

Sally Green
“You've been away a long time. Were you lost?
I turn to him, my lips brushing against his hair as I mumble, I got fucking wounded, bloody lost, and climbed the shitting Eiger.”
Sally Green, Half Lost

Shawn Stewart Ruff
“Kids without dads are desperate and jealous. Those with dads can be uppity and sharp.”
Shawn Stewart Ruff, Finlater

Ron Koertge
“No wonder I want to be Robert Mitchum: big, strong, super-cool, with those Freon eyes of his. That's who I was pretending to be a minute ago - Robert Mitchum in Out of the Past. - Ben”
Ron Koertge, Now Playing: Stoner & Spaz II

Shawn Stewart Ruff
“See, you don't wanna be a Jew. Too much work--there's a lot of holidays but it's even more work. It's sanctioned oppression, it's God's tyranny.”
Shawn Stewart Ruff, Finlater

J.K. Ellem
“What do you read after the Hunger Games? Start the Octagon series for just 99c - Limited Time Only. For Sale on Amazon Kindle”
J.K. Ellem, Octagon: The Octagon Trilogy, Book 1

Tessa Emily Hall
“There's no better way to get to know a person than through their art.”
Tessa Emily Hall, Unwritten Melody

Hope Collier
“That's the thing about trust. It's like broken glass. You can put it back together, but the cracks are always visible--like scars that never fully heal.”
Hope Collier, Haven

Helen  Bell
“To be different is a lonely thing, and she has been lonely for such a long time. What she does frightens people, and she thinks, “Why shouldn't they be frightened? It's not normal: no one else does what I can do.”
Helen Bell, Shadowless: Book 1 of the Ilmaen Quartet

Brittney Joy
“The clouds behind the castle darkened and rolled, embracing the mountain and the white towers. And as the princess became more animated, the clouds rolled faster and faster. They twisted and deepened in color until a deafening crack sliced through the air.”
Brittney Joy, Over Ruled

“P. 294
He said quietly, “Just whisper it.”
I’d have to answer him and if not now, eventually. The truth would
remain the truth whether I ignored it or not...
Should I surrender to whatever this future would bring? I cringed
inwardly. When had reality seemed so unreal? After several moments,
I gave up and whispered, “You’re . . . T-R-I-T-O-N,
the Triton.”
I couldn’t say anything else, it seemed irreverent. He didn’t deny it, he
didn’t laugh, or scoff or make excuses...”
CL Sherman

D.B. Woodling
“(Dixie from Slices These Yankees are like hemorrhoids, but at least in Alabama when they come down, they eventually go on back up.”
D.B. Woodling, Slices

Tessa Emily Hall
“I can almost feel the wind beneath my wings; I can almost taste the thrill of flying away from this small town and never looking back.”
Tessa Emily Hall, Unwritten Melody

Sarah Rees Brennan
“I am Serene-Heart-in-the-Chaos-of-Battle. Keep a civil tongue in your head or lose it”
Sarah Rees Brennan, The Turn of the Story

Helen  Bell
“Renia, tell me: does the thought of dying scare you?’
He asked softly, and with such concern in his voice, that it all welled up in her at once and caught her by surprise.
‘Yes.’ Her voice broke, and the tears came. She could not stop them. ‘Is that what I must do, to save them?”
Helen Bell, Restoring the Light: Book 2 of the Ilmaen Quartet

Helen  Bell
“I'm sorry,’ she told him finally, because there was nothing else to say. His dazed expression slowly turned to a frown, but not of anger; it was a look nearer to disappointment.
‘No, ye're not.’ Penor spoke without anger or venom, in a voice of pure reason. ‘Ye're glad it weren't Kerin. Better any of us, just so long as it’s not Kerin.”
Helen Bell, Restoring the Light: Book 2 of the Ilmaen Quartet

Helen  Bell
“Will you be bringing that outspoken maid of yours?’
‘Tela? Yes. If I come.’
‘She makes me nervous. I can’t read her.’
‘Nor can I.’
‘Well of course not, if I can’t.’
‘But I trust her.’
Cedas' turn to misstep. He had heels on, to make him as tall as her, and she was in dance slippers. It hurt.
‘Not that far,’ she reassured him.”
Helen Bell, Playing a Dark Game - Book 3 of the Ilmaen Quartet

Helen  Bell
“Darona’s face bore the pinched, taut look and shadowed eyes of someone constantly in pain, but the lack of lines suggested she was younger than Jesral had first thought; middle-aged, fifty at the very most.
‘You make an uncommonly fine looking noblewoman, for a Mhrydaineg commoner.’
‘Thank you.’ Jesral was careful to keep all tone out of her voice. Darona gave her a shrewd stare, then a slight smile.
‘Self-control. Good. You must ignore me when I offend you unintentionally. They say that pain can make one waspish, but my brothers and son tell me there’s been no change in my manner. I was acid-tongued long before this set in,’ she held up a knotted hand, ‘and taking devil’s claw root has no effect on that. Rest assured, young woman, when I intend offence people are in no doubt about it.”
Helen Bell, Playing a Dark Game - Book 3 of the Ilmaen Quartet

Helen  Bell
“Vel took both of her hands and stepped backwards on to the gangplank. ‘No!’ she squealed, pulling him back on to the quay.
‘What?’
‘You might fall in, going backwards.’ His grip on her hands tightened enough to hurt. ‘Ow!’
‘I’m going up.’ He glowered at her. ‘I’m going backwards. I’m going now. Are you coming, or shall I tell the others to come and wave you goodbye?’
That earned him a glower in return. ‘You're a brute. I hate you and I’m only coming to keep Ren safe from you.”
Helen Bell, Shadowless: Book 1 of the Ilmaen Quartet

J.K. Ellem
“Every future has a price.”
J.K. Ellem, Infernum: The Octagon Trilogy, Book 2

Tessa Emily Hall
“It's as if Mom was expressing herself in a language other than English; a language that Grandma wouldn't be able to interpret simply by looking at the music notes.”
Tessa Emily Hall, Unwritten Melody

“My body is in a state of perpetual contradiction, alive with anticipation and simultaneously dead of all other emotion.”
Alex Morel, Survive

Cat Hellisen
“A strange moment when the world stayed exactly the same, and changed forever.”
Cat Hellisen, Beastkeeper

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