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  • Could words and symbols wield such power? Could mere scribblings on parchment unmake a person's moral fiber? Weren't we made of sterner stuff?
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Bloodfever")

  • I want you to go to the Ancient Languages Department at Trinity College tomorrow morning, Ms.Lane.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Bloodfever")

  • When everything else is gone, balls are all any of us really have left. The question is: are yours made of flesh and blood, or steel?
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Bloodfever")

  • He'd surely been spawned by some cataclysmic event of nature, not born.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Darkfever")

  • My philosophy is pretty simple û any day nobodyÆs trying to kill me is a good day in my book.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Darkfever")


  • IÆve been in your skin,ö he taunted. ôI know you inside and out. ThereÆs nothing there. Do us all a favor and die so we can start working on another plan and quit thinking maybe youÆll grow the fuck up and be capable of something.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Dreamfever")

  • When he comes, he makes a noise deep in his throat that is so raw and animal and sexual that I think if he merely looked at me and made that noise, I might explode in an orgasm.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Dreamfever")

  • 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")

  • Everywhere I looked, I could see only shades of gray. Black and white were nothing more than lofty ideals in our minds, the standards by which we tried to judge things and map out our place in the world in relevance to them. Good and evil, in their purest form, were as intangible and forever beyond our ability to hold in our hand as any Fae illusion. We could only aim at them, aspire to them, and hope not to get so lost in the shadows that we could no longer see the light.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Shadowfever")

  • Irony, perfect definition: that for which I want to possess it, I would no longer want once I possessed it.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Shadowfever")

  • Safety is a fence, and fences are for sheep.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Shadowfever")

  • You and I more than anyone else in the universe are perfect for each other.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Shadowfever")

  • Dad says there are three kinds of people in the world: those who don't know, and don't know they don't know; those who don't know and do know they don't know; and those who know and know how much they still don't know.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Bloodfever")

  • I was stunned to see that he looked stunned himself, which was an exorbitant display of emotion for Barrons.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Bloodfever")

  • When you were too young and naïve to see the risks, I incurred your wrath to protect you. Scream at me for it if you must. Thank me for it when you finally grow up.
    (Karen Marie Moning, "Bloodfever")


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