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Storm and Silence (Storm and Silence, #1) Storm and Silence by Robert Thier
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“Knowledge is power is time is money.”
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“I would prefer a sword to fight duel, but a pen to plan a war.”
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“Life is not about living the safer option. Life is about living a life worth living.”
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“Chains of gold are still chains.”
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“Marriage is supposed to be a union between two equals who love and support each other, not a master-slave relationship in which the man commands a docile woman.”
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“Only stupid men would want stupid wives!”
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“A man.
A really manly man with a lot of mannishness in his manliness.”
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“And worse, far worse – he wasn't just kissing me. He was making me like it! And he was somehow, by some nefarious chauvinistic manly trick managing to make me kiss him back!”
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“Ships are my arrows, the sea my bow, the world my target.”
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“His blue-green eyes were dark pools of immeasurable depth, pools you could drown yourself in and never again come up for air.”
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“Hard. That was what he looked like. That was what you first noticed about him: a hard, chiselled face, like that that of some ancient Greek statue.”
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“His lips reached mine and enveloped them, soft as velvet and yet unyielding.”
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“You expect me to come and work for you dressed up as a man?” I gasped.”
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“His silent, stony face was only inches away now. He was so near, so terribly near – and then he moved to close the last bit of distance.”
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“It is your choice,” he said, so close to me that our lips were almost touching. “Either do what I say—or get another job.”
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“Then don't you dare tell me my dreams are insane! Because my dreams are what I live for!”
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“She turned the doorknob and pushed - but the door wouldn’t budge. ‘Lillian? Lillian, don't tell me this door is bolted!’
‘That’s fine,’ I answered in as light a tone as I could manage while frantically unbuttoning Uncle Bufford’s
waistcoat. ‘I won’t tell you, I promise.’
‘Don’t get smart with me, young lady! Is
this door bolted?’
‘You just asked me not to tell you that. So I can’t, even though technically it actually might be true.’
‘Lillian!”
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“knowledge is power is time is money”
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“Life is not about living the safer option,’ I told him sleepily. ‘Life is about living a life worth living.’ ‘You”
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“I instantly and absolutely mistrusted him. I
disliked all men as a matter of principle, but handsome men, especially ones with a strong chin and overbearing manner, were at the top of my ‘things to exterminate to make this world a better place’-list. This particular specimen of manhood in front of me looked like just the kind of fellow who might have come up with the
brute force argument.”
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“The country was a nice thing, as long as it was in the middle of town and you could reach a civilized place with shops, libraries and newspapers within five minutes or so.”
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“I was a city girl, and the few trees and lawns of Green Park were as much country as I could deal with at any given time.”
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