Womens Fiction Quotes

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Melodie Ramone
“Sometimes the changes are good. Sometimes you think they're good and you end up disappointed. Other times you think life has handed you a lemon and it turn out to be a diamond. And there are other times when it just is what it is. It's not what you wanted, but there's nothing you can do about it, so you just have to accept what's happened and go on”
Melodie Ramone, After Forever Ends

Ellen Hopkins
“Spilling a Secret

What its size,
will have varying
consequences. It’s not
possible to predict
what will happen
if you
open the gunnysack,
let the cat escape.
A liberated feline
might purr on your lap,
or it might scratch
your eyes out. You can’t
tell
until you loosen the knot.
Do you chance losing
a friendship, if that
friend’s well-being
will
only be preserved
by betraying sworn-to
silence trust? Once
the seam is ripped, can
it be
mended again?
And if that proves
impossible, will you be
okay
when it all falls to pieces?”
Ellen Hopkins, Triangles

Jill Shalvis
“Started to go to the gym,” she said. “You know, to work off some of the baby fat. Only I couldn’t find my membership card and a new one was ten bucks. And since a doughnut and coffee was only three bucks, guess who saved seven bucks this morning?”
Jill Shalvis, Rainy Day Friends

Cetta De Luca
“Non capì, comprese. Perché comprendere era di più, era un abbraccio, era prendere con sé, era farne parte.”
Cetta De Luca, Nata in una casa di donne

Jill Shalvis
“Sometimes the best thing in life is finding that one person who knows all your mistakes and weaknesses and still thinks you’re completely amazing.”
Jill Shalvis, Rainy Day Friends

Jill Shalvis
“So lost in her he couldn’t remember his own name. Only hers…”
Jill Shalvis, Rainy Day Friends

Tatiana Vedenska
“He was a true danger incarnate. He was one of those men that the mothers advised their daughters to stay away from.”
Tatiana Vedenska, Two Months and Three Days

Jill Shalvis
“So matter of fact. So confident. Not cocky, just very sure of his abilities. She wondered what that utter lack of self doubt was like. She’d sure like to know.”
Jill Shalvis, Rainy Day Friends

Jill Shalvis
“It was going to take a lot to convince her that he was a good idea, although he was pretty sure her body might’ve already made its decision.

He had no idea what it would take to persuade the rest of her.”
Jill Shalvis, Rainy Day Friends

Jill Shalvis
“Damn bottle of Jack… She’d kissed her boss’s son.

And she’d liked it.”
Jill Shalvis, Rainy Day Friends

Elisabeth Cohen
“I take a daily men’s multivitamin. Why would I take vitamins for women? Because I want less of what’s important, fewer nutrients and minerals? I refuse to conspire in my own oppression.”
Elisabeth Cohen, The Glitch

Jill Shalvis
“Emotionally detach, she ordered herself, no matter that he smells good and has a body you want to lick like an ice cream cone.”
Jill Shalvis, Rainy Day Friends

Anthea Syrokou
“A life not truly lived is hurt and fear, not healed and acknowledged.”
Anthea Syrokou, True Colours

Anthea Syrokou
“A life not truly lived is hurt and fear, not healed or acknowledged.”
Anthea Syrokou, True Colours

Anthea Syrokou
“She realised that he would never be sorry because he had refused to see her for who she was - and who she definitely wasn’t.”
Anthea Syrokou, True Colours

Jill Shalvis
“He hadn’t seen it coming, he hadn’t seen her coming, but that didn’t mean he couldn’t recognize a good thing when he saw it.”
Jill Shalvis, Rainy Day Friends

Tatiana Vedenska
“Ruining the life of little innocent girls goes against my principles, my dear Snow White.”
Tatiana Vedenska, Two Months and Three Days

Tatiana Vedenska
“You are one of those rare women who look beautiful when they cry.”
Tatiana Vedenska, Two Months and Three Days

Tatiana Vedenska
“I've already let you go twice. I'm not going to do it the third time. You know that, right?”
Tatiana Vedenska, Two Months and Three Days

Tatiana Vedenska
“What had she done? She had sold herself out. And just yesterday she thought so badly of Nellie. Who knew?”
Tatiana Vedenska, Two Months and Three Days

Tatiana Vedenska
“The elevator doors opened and Arina saw their reflection. She was stricken. Maxim, tall, irresistibly handsome and grown-up, a bit tired dressed casually but smart, looked out of place standing next to a ridiculously looking, scared and scruffy girl wearing a tank top and sneakers.”
Tatiana Vedenska, Two Months and Three Days

Tatiana Vedenska
“Her entire previous life had left her absolutely unprepared for this day. Or rather for this morning.”
Tatiana Vedenska, Two Months and Three Days

Tatiana Vedenska
“It happened. For the first second or two, his lips are so gentle, relaxed, and slow that the kiss seems to be frozen in time and space.”
Tatiana Vedenska, Two Months and Three Days

Tatiana Vedenska
“You're mine now, remember? That means that I can do whatever I want to you And dress you up the way I want.”
Tatiana Vedenska, Two Months and Three Days

Tatiana Vedenska
“He knew that Arina didn't have underwear on and his eyes reminded her of it every second.”
Tatiana Vedenska, Two Months and Three Days

Tatiana Vedenska
“His hands worked magic but his heart was cold as ice.”
Tatiana Vedenska, Two Months and Three Days

Tatiana Vedenska
“Why did a submissive woman excite him so much?”
Tatiana Vedenska, Two Months and Three Days

Tatiana Vedenska
“The realization of her openness and helplessness made her blood boil.”
Tatiana Vedenska, Two Months and Three Days

Tatiana Vedenska
“It's hard for a woman to respect a man who refuses to take any action to solve his problems.”
Tatiana Vedenska, Why

Tatiana Vedenska
“A mother's heart has the gift of foresight.”
Tatiana Vedenska, Why

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