Quotes sometimes are subjective, but I pulled a few of my favorites. Some are funny. Some are ridiculous. Some have so much meaning. But in general they are quotes that make me laugh, cry or laugh some more. Hope you enjoy!
You’ve won the evolutionary lottery: You’re a vampire. Let’s go to Disneyland!
–J.R. Ward, Dark Lover
“Twining her arms around his neck, she gave him a feral look. “You like me fucking you like this, Sorcerer? Want me to milk your big cock so good your balls explode?”
–J.D. Tyler, Black Moon
“You’ve no idea what it’s like to crave human contact to the point that it permeates your entire being with a need so strong that at times it makes you wonder if you’ve gone mad and that your whole life is nothing but a fucked-up delusion brought on by the insanity.”
–Sherrilyn Kenyon, Sins of the Night
–Abby Weeks, Taken by the Pack
“Grandma said that a skillet’s good for three things: frying chicken, baking corn bread, and going upside an obstinate man’s head.”
–Lisa Shearin, The Dragon Conspiracy
“Even the temptation hidden in a stolen picnic basket didn’t excite him as much as the thought of touching or tasting her did. Campers everywhere would rejoice.”
–Eve Langlais, Swan and the Bear
If his existence ever stopped sucking long enough for him to get an erection even once, she was going to provide him with some serious fantasy material.
–Larissa Ione, Cipher
In a whiskey voice, she said, “If you hadn’t decided to capture me, I would’ve fang-fucked your neck till you screamed.”
–Kresley Cole, Sweet Ruin
Damn, he hated inferior beings on power trips. “Fine,” he sighed. “You’re a…sturdy female with big muscles and a voice so deep and breathy that Darth Vader would be jealous. Is that nice enough?”
–Larissa Ione, Razr
Please. Shit sprinkled with sugar was still shit.
–Gena Showalter, The Darkest Torment
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