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Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Top 10 Week! My Favorite Quotes of 2017




I look forward to sharing my favorite quotes just as much as I love sharing my favorite covers(which you'll see tomorrow)! This is a list of my favorite quotes from books I read in 2017. 

They're in no particular order.


“With all this talk of blood purity I’m not sure if Ferrin is trying to be Hitler or Voldemort.” 
- Fanning the Flames by Chris Cannon

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“I didn’t read to escape. I didn’t even read to be entertained. It was more elemental , more essential than that. I read because imagination was the only thing that elevated me beyond my own reality.” 
- Don't Kiss the Messenger by Katie Ray

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“Did you have fun? How many boys did you make out with?” she asks. 
“Seventy. At least.”
“How many shots did you take?”
“Fourteen. I let go of the wheel halfway home and Jesus drove me the rest of the way.” 
- Forget Me Always by Sara Wolf

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"You’re my final chapter, Leanna. No revisions necessary.” 
- Read, Write, Love at Seaside by Addison Cole

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“How embarrassing. I'm already awkward enough without some attractive dead dude overhearing everything I say. I may never toot again.” 
- How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather

“Almost everything worth believing in cannot be seen. Love, for instance.” 
-How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather

“Very little. I know that Increase Mather was well respected in the seventeenth century and quite influential in Boston, that his son Cotton Mather followed in his footsteps, and that his tenth or eleventh great-granddaughter, Samantha Mather, is common.”
“Did you just call me common?”
“I believe I did.”
I clench my teeth. “You’re a jackass.”
“Common and uncouth.” 
- How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather

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“We can never really know another person,” he said instead. His breath stirred a loose tendril of hair that brushed her cheek. “At best, we can hope to know ourselves.” 
- To Seduce a Stranger by Susanna Craig

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“You’re you, Charlie. Barefoot-loving, wind-chasing, soul-gripping, speak-your-mind, selfless you.” Tracing the bottom curve of my face with his fingers, he leaned slightly closer. “And I’m just trying to deserve you." 
- Singing Fire by T.L. Martin


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“You don’t want to dream of me,” he said. “No one has ever wanted to dream of me.”
- Changing the Earl’s Mind by Kristen McLean




“I believe we all hide a beast inside. The only difference is what form it takes when freed.”  
-Haven by Mary Lindsey

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I came to New York to be an actress, not. a girlfriend or a happy person.
- Someday, Someday, Maybe by Lauren Graham

“You’ve never been on Law and Order?” I say, surprised. “But you’re perfect for it …”
“I know. I’m even Irish and Italian. Who knows cops and criminals better?”
- Someday, Someday, Maybe by Lauren Graham

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