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Karen Marie Moning Quote: “It’s a sponge and I’m a sponge and for a second there all our sponge parts are one and I don’t just have square pants, everything about me is squarish because I’m part of a wall.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “All those ‘bloodys’ was a veritable cornucopia of emotion for Barrons.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “He just didn’t look like the kind of creep that would messily murder a woman in her hotel room; he looked like the kind of creep that could line her up in the sights of an assassins rifle without a shred of emotion.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Life is a gift. You fight to keep it. You never quit. Never.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Dunnottar? Edward? Dear God! She hadn’t merely traveled through time – she’d been dropped smack into the sequel to Braveheart!”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Wishes aren’t horses and I don’t get to ride.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “When you live as long as we do, you find yourself in bed with women you watched get born. It’s weird and not at the same time.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Sighing dismally, she acknowledged that some things just weren’t humanly possible – not even Martha Stewart could fold fitted sheets.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “I love you, Dani Mega O’Malley,” Dancer said against my ear as he moved inside me. “More than the world is big. Deeper than the sky is blue. Truer than the universe is vast. I love you more eternal than pi.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “I hate sentences that begin with my name followed by the claim – indubitably erroneous – that the speaker knows something about me. Those kinds of sentences rank right up there with the ones that begin with You know what your problem is? That’s always a doozy. Talk about a trick question. Nothing worth hearing ever follows that preface.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Cease ceasing movement so abruptly! Christ, woman, must you catapult forward after each cessation? Are you certain you’ve strapped the mirror securely? We should stop and check it. By Danu, wench, try nudging this beast gently, not kicking it with both heels! A silence, a slew of choked curses, then: Horses! What the bloody hell is wrong with horses? Have they all been slain in battle?”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “To one who stopped living a millennium ago, I say, “Show me how to live.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “I hate cages. For most folks, they’re built from fear and they do it to themselves. Not me. Mine were forged of helplessness. Most kids’ are.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Yes, I have loved, Ms. Lane, and although it’s none of your business, I have lost. Many things.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Sometimes when really bad things happen, you put them in a box and never look at them again because they’ll cost you the rest of your life. Some wounds never heal. You excise the savaged flesh and become the next thing.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Lists had become my anchors. They got me through the days. The oblivion of sleep got me through the nights.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Solitude and inaction are unraveling me right down to the core.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Oh, God, Drustan, she thought, you didn’t go back in time. You sent me back to save you!”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Keltar mates ne’er come easily to their men. Some travel distances too vast and strange to fathom, others travel but a short path, though a far distance in their hearts. Most resist every step of the way, yet for each Keltar, one woman will make that journey. ‘Tis up to the Keltar to claim her.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “He was still frowning at the cake, looking at it as if he expected it to sprout dozens of legs and begin scuttling toward him, thin-lipped, teeth bared.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Ignoring it makes it irrelevant. No man wants his nudity to be irrelevant.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “I can either give in to fear and give up – or refuse to let it touch me and go on.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Rioting begets violence begets rioting. I sometimes think the entire human race is comprised of barely restrained animals, avid for any excuse to tear off their masks of civility. And here I am, always trying desperately to keep mine on.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “I have studied humans for a small eternity. Intent infuses their every movement. Road maps to their inner navigation, plastered all over their skin. Born to be slaves.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “You tried to barter with the devil himself for me, you crazy woman. Bloody hell, doona you ever risk your life for mine. Ever! Do you hear me?”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Accept that you’re outgunned? Stay on the floor and don’t even try to fight? What kind of life is that?”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “When you treated things badly, things behaved badly.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Gah, some chicks should be shot. Put out of everyone else’s reproduction pool.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Irony, perfect definition: that for which I want to possess it, I would no longer want once I possessed it.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “I looked from one to the other, and realized that Barrons and my dad were having one of those wordless conversations he and I have from time to time. Though the language was, by nature, foreign to me, I grew up in the Deep South where a man’s ego is roughly the size of his pickup truck, and women get an early and interesting education in the not-so-subtle roar of testosterone.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “I’m not helping you, Ms. Lane. I’m entertaining the notion that you might be of use to me. If so, I need you alive.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “You can discover just as much from what people don’t say to you, as what they do. It’s not enough to listen to their words. You have to mine their silences for buried ore. It’s often only in the lies we refuse to speak that any truth can be heard at all.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Naught will be done to you that you doona wish done. Dageus MacKeltar.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “When Barrons looks at me like that, it rattles me. Lust, in those ancient, obsidian eyes, offers no trace of humanity. Doesn’t even bother trying. Savage Mac wants to invite it to come out and play. I think she’s nuts. Nuts, I tell you.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Since I’ve been on my own, I’ve been eating a lot of popcorn, cereal, instant noodles, and snack bars. I have a hot plate in my bedroom, a microwave, and a small fridge. That’s the kind of kitchen I know how to get around in.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Your race devotes itself to justifying its errors, not correcting them.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Could words and symbols wield such power? Could mere scribblings on parchment unmake a person’s moral fiber? Weren’t we made of sterner stuff?”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Being threatened seems to being out the worst in me.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Maybes are anchors you chain to your own feet. Right before you leap off the boat into the ocean.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “I contemplate the notion that maybe regrets are a process of accumulation of time, as unavoidable as a closet full of clothes and more bags of them in the attic. Is accumulated baggage what makes people get old? If so, they need to clean out their fecking attics, send the stuff to consignment shops and remember how to walk around naked like kids, little bellies sticking out, always ready for a good laugh.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Strong enough that I was no longer afraid to be gentle. Powerful enough that I could be vulnerable. Scarred enough that I could understand and tread lightly around the deepest scars of others.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “You had no right.” “Ah, the morally outraged cry of the weak: You’re not ‘allowed’ to do that. One is allowed to do anything one can get away with. Only when you understand that will you know your place in this world. And your power. Might is right.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Barrons knows virtually everything about me. I wouldn’t be surprised if somewhere he has a little file that encompasses my entire life to date, with neatly mounted, acerbically captioned photos – see Mac sunbathe, see Mac paint her nails, see Mac almost die.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “I love books, they’re in my blood.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Nuns? They’d take one look at Barrons and decide the devil himself had come knockng. He not only looked dangerous, he emanated something that made even me feel like crossing myself sometimes, and I’m not religious.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “I hate it when people throw big sweeping generalizations at you that you can’t even begin to interpret.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “Attitude shapes reality.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “You will most certainly scream. I promise you that.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “The bottom line is we choose our epitaphs.”
Karen Marie Moning Quote: “There are only shades of gray. Black and white are nothing more than lofty ideals in our minds, the standards by which we try to judge things, and map out our place in the world in relevance to them. Good and evil, in their purest form, are as intangible and forever beyond our ability to hold in our hand as any Fae illusion. We can only aim at them, aspire to them, and hope not to get so lost in the shadows that we can no longer aim for the light.”
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