'Twas the Night after Christmas Quotes

Rate this book
Clear rating
'Twas the Night after Christmas (Hellions of Halstead Hall, #6; The Duke's Men, #0.5) 'Twas the Night after Christmas by Sabrina Jeffries
2,420 ratings, 3.97 average rating, 328 reviews
Open Preview
'Twas the Night after Christmas Quotes (showing 1-6 of 6)
“If you’ve learned anything from your parents, it ought to be this—love works only when it’s mutual. Otherwise, eventually it becomes exactly what you call it—a meaningless word. For both parties.”
Sabrina Jeffries, 'Twas the Night after Christmas
“I can promise that even having an imperfect one who loves you is better than having none at all.”
Sabrina Jeffries, 'Twas the Night after Christmas
“Believing in love isn’t like believing in flying reindeer. It’s like believing in rain. Or summer. Or Christmas. Love is real and steady and absolutely essential to any kind of life. Not believing in it doesn’t make it any less so.”
Sabrina Jeffries, 'Twas the Night after Christmas
“God, but he was sick of missives. Letters where what people resorted to when they didnt want to lie to your face. When they wanted to pretend they weren't ripping your heart out.”
Sabrina Jeffries, 'Twas the Night after Christmas
“I’m suggesting that you let someone inside that empty room you call a heart. Whether you make her your wife or your mistress, a man’s bed is decidedly warmer if there’s a fire burning in something other than his cock.”
Sabrina Jeffries, 'Twas the Night after Christmas
“But this one, my dear, is for me.”
Sabrina Jeffries, 'Twas the Night After Christmas

All Quotes
Quotes By Sabrina Jeffries
Play The 'Guess That Quote' Game