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The End of Temperance Dare The End of Temperance Dare by Wendy Webb
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“But I will leave you with a word of warning. If ever a feeling of dread or foreboding overcomes you, and if ever you feel pulled to a place, inexplicably, the way I did, take heed. It may be trying to tell you—something wicked your way comes.”
Wendy Webb, The End of Temperance Dare
“Fear is pain arising from the anticipation of evil. —Aristotle”
Wendy Webb, The End of Temperance Dare
“I will leave you with a word of warning. If ever a feeling of dread or foreboding overcomes you, and if ever you feel pulled to a place, inexplicably, the way I did, take heed. It may be trying to tell you—something wicked your way comes.”
Wendy Webb, The End of Temperance Dare
“He put his hands on my arms and squeezed. “Yes. And before the night is through, I’m afraid we’re going to come face to face with it. But I’ll promise you something. You—Eleanor Harper—will get out of this alive and unscathed. I am in this house now and I’m not going anywhere. There’s nothing in heaven or, more precisely, hell that will harm you while I am here. I would lay down my life to protect you.” His eyes twinkled. “Of course, that’s sort of an empty statement, considering.”
I managed a smile. “The thought’s nice, anyway.”
Wendy Webb, The End of Temperance Dare
“Darlin’, I’m from the South. There are ghosts everywhere.”
Wendy Webb, The End of Temperance Dare