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Sherrilyn Kenyon

Top 10 Best Quotes

“Everyone suffers at least one bad betrayal in their lifetime. It’s what unites us. The trick is not to let it destroy your trust in others when that happens. Don’t let them take that from you.”

“I'm too young, too smart and too good-looking to die.”

“Grim sighed heavily. "I swear I'm getting a migraine." "My mom suffers from those a lot, too." "Being around you, I imagine she does.”

“The wealth of a soul is measured by how much it can feel... its poverty by how little.”

“Your destiny is shaped by choice, never by chance. Beware the decisions you make, no matter how small, for they will be your salvation...or your death.”

“Nick froze instantly. "You don't mock my mother. You don't speak of her in anything but the most reverent of tones. I don't care if you are Death, I will open a can of Cajun whup-ass all over you, boy.”

“Dude! Put a bell on. You don't walk up on a brother like that and scare the crap out of him. (Nick) Sorry. Didn't realize you scared like a little girl. (Acheron)”

“Stop a minute and listen. I know I'm asking the impossible from you, but for once in your life, shut your mouth and open your ears." "I'm not the one talking." Kyrian snarled at him. "Don't get smart with me." "You want me stupid?" "Nick....”

“Without a word or hesitation, Pain took the mop from Nick. Suffering moved to pick up glass. "Wow. Where have you two been all my life?" Pain quirked and eyebrow as he mopped the floor. "Walking hand in hand with you. Haven't you noticed?”

“Do me a favor." "Don't lick your seat belt?" Ash's expression was total confusion. "Huh? where did that randomness come from?”

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Book Keywords:

trust, humor, suffering, wealth, humour, poverty, chronicles-of-nick, invincible, pain, soul, nick-gautier, betrayal

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