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Karen Marie Moning’s “Faefever” Quotes (23 Quotes)


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  • Driving a hot car is a lot like sex to me, or a lot like I keep thinking sex should be: A total body experience, overwhelming, to all the senses, taking you places you've never been, packing a punch that leaves you breathless and touches your soul. The Viper was way more satisfying then my last boyfriend.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Faefever")

  • Truth hurts. But lies can kill.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Faefever")

  • He made a lousy passenger, barking instructions I ignored
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Faefever")

  • What is the greater good but tyrannyÆs chameleon?
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Faefever")

  • 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, "Faefever")


  • What the feck?ö Dani snapped when I answered. ôYou sleep like the fecking dead up there! I been calling you for five fecking minutes!
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Faefever")

  • How does it feel, MacKayla? You have a piece of me in your mouth. Would you like another?
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Faefever")

  • When Barrons looks at me like that, it rattles me. Lust, in those ancient, obsidian eyes, offers no trace of humanity. DoesnÆt even bother trying. Savage Mac wants to invite it to come out and play. I think sheÆs nuts. Nuts, I tell you.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Faefever")

  • I felt the electricity of his body behind me as he reached around me and took the card from my hand. He didn't move away, and I battled the urge to lean back into him, seeking the comfort of his strength. Would he wrap his arms around me? Make me feel safe, if only for a moment, and if only a delusion?
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Faefever")

  • I think dating courtesies are common courtesies that should be practiced in most all civilized encounters. I pine for the days of good, old-fashioned manners.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Faefever")

  • I think sex with him might undo my essential cellular cohesion.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Faefever")

  • I was adrift in a sea of questions and if answers were lifeboats, I was in imminent danger of drowning.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Faefever")

  • I was nothing if not determined; at least twice a week I would wear bright, pretty clothes. I was afraid if I didnÆt, IÆd forget who I was. IÆd turn into what I felt like: a grungy, weapon-bearing, pissy, resentful vengeance-hungry bitch.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Faefever")

  • If VÆlane were a signpost, it would read Abandon All Personal Will, Ye Who Tread Here.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Faefever")

  • I'm a bartender. I like recipes. They're concretes. Was the drink recipe for seduction one shot charm and two shots self-deception, shaken, not stirred?
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Faefever")


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