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Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#1. I thought we'd already determined that you haven't the right to order me about. That can only be purchased with a special license from the archbishop."

He shook his head before saying softly, "I'm afraid I can no longer afford to purchase such a license. Not when it could cost the both of us so dearly. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#2. Not since the serpent
approached Eve in the Garden had a woman been so tempted by forbidden fruit. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#3. I hope you don't mind the intrusion," she said. "I thought we'd air out your chambers while you were
downstairs at breakfast."
"We?" he repeated ominously, wondering just how many witnesses there were going to be to her
murder. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#4. Nursemaid, you mean? Someone who can sing me to sleep at bedtime, spoon
porridge into my mouth, and wipe my" - he hesitated just long enough to make both servants cringe with
dread - "chinif I dribble?"
"I haven't the voice for lullabies and I'm sure you're perfectly capable of wiping your own ... chin, #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#5. Older sisters are far more powerful than vampires. Not even garlic or a crucifix will keep us away when we're determined to meddle in your affairs. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#6. He caught her by
the shoulders and gave her a hard little shake. "Do you think you're so charming in that silly little nightdress that I can't resist tumbling you? Do you think I have no pride when it comes to you?"
"B-b-but I - "
"Well, you're right," he shouted. "I don't!"
With that, his lips came down on hers #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#7. What are you doing?" she whispered, torn between hope and alarm.
"Making the biggest mistake of my life," he said grimly, before dragging her into his arms and claiming her lips in a wild and desperate kiss that stole both her breath and heart away. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#8. We've all but abandoned soaps in our own culture. I lost my beloved 'Guiding Light' in 2009, and 'One Life to Live' was just the latest casualty to fall beneath the programming axes. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#9. Women are delicate creatures. Fragile. Gentle. Made by God to be sheltered from the harshness of this world..
Morgan MacDonnell #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#10. You asked me once if I would still love you when your lips were puckered with age and your eyes were
faded. I can assure you that I will still love you when I have only the strength (and the scant teeth) left to
gum those puckered lips. I shall love you when your bones are sharp enough to pierce my fragile flesh. I
shall love you when the light in my own eyes fades for good and yours is the last sweet face I see.
Because I am and ever shall be ... #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#11. As he shook off his servant's grip and staggered heavily to his feet, the sunlight streaming through the outside door struck him full in the face.

Samantha gasped.

A fresh scar, still red and angry, bisected the corner of his left eye and descended down his cheek in a jagged lightning bolt, drawing the skin around it taut. It had once been an angel's face with the sort of masculine beauty reserved only for princes and seraphim. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#12. Love isn't a burst o' trumpets and a flock o' doves descendin' out o' the heavens to roost on yer heads.
Tis sharin' a cup o' tea by the hearth on a cold winter's night.
'Tis the look in yer husband's eyes when ye lay yer first child in his arms.
Tis the ache in yer heart when ye watch the light in his eyes dim fer the last time, and know a part o' ye has gone out o' this world with him ... #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#13. Max: "You'll never be good enough to deserve her, you know."
Ash: "God doesn't always give you what you deserve," Ash said quietly. "Sometimes he gives you what you can't live without. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#14. Twitter is the perpetual cocktail party where everyone is talking at once but nobody is saying anything. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#15. Before, you were only a dream. Now you're a dream come true #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
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#16. They were old, their covers cracked and their bindings frayed, but as far as Gwendolyn was concerned that only made the words cocooned between their musty pages more precious. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#17. I honestly believe life is a combination of laughter and tears, and it's almost always better to laugh than to cry. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#18. I wanted to prove myself worthy of the girl I loved. I wanted to be able to return and lay not only my heart, but the world, at her feet. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#19. It's true that romance novels do detail the courtship phase of a relationship. We usually write 'And they lived happily ever after' before our heroine starts snoring or our hero starts tossing his socks over the hamper. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#20. He buried his hands in the rich velvet of her hair. I thought I'd die for wanting you. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#21. I prefer to think of myself as a devout Narcissist.
What does that mean?
If the sun is shining, I thank God. If it rains, I blame him. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#22. When I know I'm going to work on a cover, I practically run to the computer! After working with words for so long, it's lovely to do something that's creative yet also the professional equivalent of scribbling in your own coloring book. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#23. A true friend never asks you to feed their imaginary fish. Or fertilize their imaginary crops. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#24. Abby_Donovan: Heathcliff was a misogynistic asshole.
MarkBaynard: Could you explain that to my Lit 101 class? I hate to see all those impressionable young females swoowing over him like he's Edward Cullen.
Abby_Donovan: I've always been Team Jacob myself. And Team Mr Rochester. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
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#25. I wouldn't define myself as the girl from 'Pulp Fiction.' #Quote by Maria De Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#26. You removed my spectacles!"
A disbelieving snort of laughter escaped him. "The way you're taking on, you'd have thought I removed
your clothing!"
Samantha clutched at the high-necked bodice of her homely bottle-green day dress. "How do I know
you didn't?"
Silence hung between them, thicker than the heated air. Then his smoky voice dipped into low and
dangerous territory. "If I had removed your clothing, Miss Wickersham, I can assure you it would have
been worth waking up for. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#27. There are elements of truth in all great fiction #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
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#28. That's my clever girl. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#29. His lips nuzzled her ear. "Whether you go or stay, I will love you until I die," he whispered. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#30. Others may prefer mindless entertainment, but on Sunday nights, you'll find me parked right in front of my television, munching popcorn and improving my intellect by watching 'Masterpiece Classic.' #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#31. Elizabeth Taylor was an incurable romantic at heart. She never gave up on the notion that a love strong enough to last a lifetime was waiting for her around the next corner. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
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#32. He who becomes the slave of habit,
who follows the same routes every day,
who never changes pace,
who does not risk and change the color of his clothes,
who does not speak and does not experience,
dies slowly.

He or she who shuns passion,
who prefers black on white,
dotting ones "it's" rather than a bundle of emotions, the kind that make your eyes glimmer,
that turn a yawn into a smile,
that make the heart pound in the face of mistakes and feelings,
dies slowly.

He or she who does not turn things topsy-turvy,
who is unhappy at work,
who does not risk certainty for uncertainty,
to thus follow a dream,
those who do not forego sound advice at least once in their lives,
die slowly.

He who does not travel, who does not read,
who does not listen to music,
who does not find grace in himself,
she who does not find grace in herself,
dies slowly.

He who slowly destroys his own self-esteem,
who does not allow himself to be helped,
who spends days on end complaining about his own bad luck, about the rain that never stops,
dies slowly.

He or she who abandon a project before starting it, who fail to ask questions on subjects he doesn't know, he or she who don't reply when they are asked something they do know,
die slowly.

Let's try and avoid death in small doses,
reminding oneself that being alive requires #Quote by Martha Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#33. Stand and yield," she called out, her voice far steadier than her hands.
"For I cannot allow you to pass." Bannor's crooked grin was somehow more intimidating than a snarl.
'Twould have been far easier to despise him if he'd been cursed with horns and a tail instead of twinkling blue eyes and a dimple in his jaw.
"What would you have me yield, my lady? My sword or my heart?"
-willow&bannor- #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#34. Me mum always told me the rich was blessed, but I thought she was talkin' about gold." She leaned over to cackle in his ear, then actually patted him on the head as if he was some slavering lapdog. "You might have escaped the gallows, lad, but you was already well hung. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#35. Some men still haven't come home from this war. And some men never will. #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
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#36. I remember my parents quarrelling. They would talk as if they were against each other's ideas about Trotsky, but it was just a couple arguing. #Quote by Maria De Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#37. Before you came into my life,
I believed that God had abandoned me.
Now I know that He has blessed me beyond measure.
-sir Bannor- #Quote by Teresa Medeiros
Teresinha Medeiros quotes by Teresa Medeiros
#38. There are two words that send romance authors into spasms of rapture: 'Downton Abbey.' #Quote by Teresa Medeiros

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