“Facilis descensus averno - The descent into hell is easy”

— Cassandra Clare, Share via Whatsapp

“Every dog has its day. Some even bite.”

— Jordan Phillips, Share via Whatsapp

“this stuff tastes like the bastard love child of grapes and rubbing alcohol”

— Allison Pang, A Brush of Darkness, Share via Whatsapp

“Now that the barn has burned down, I can see the moon. - Persian proverb”

— Samantha Combs, Share via Whatsapp

“My nerves did a jitter dance,”

— Jazz Feylynn, Colorado State of Mind, Share via Whatsapp

“We would not live ever after, but hunt together forevermore.”

— Vanessa Gravenstein, war/SONG, Share via Whatsapp

“Sin. Repent. Repeat.”

— Vanessa Gravenstein, war/SONG, Share via Whatsapp

“I didn t know what to think about first: me seeing Claude naked, Claude seeing me naked, or the whole fact that we were related and naked in the same room. (Sookie Stackhouse, Dead in the Family)”

— Charlaine Harris, Dead in the Family, Share via Whatsapp

“We angels are misconceived in the human world. People perceive us as kindly and bountiful; when, in truth, we are about as fluffy, as gentle, as yielding, as rattlesnakes.”

— Rebecca Lim, Muse, Share via Whatsapp

“Yeah? You want to do some other worldly hanky panky? She laughed and almost fell off the couch. Hanky Panky? Don t knock it till you try it”

— Carrie Ann Ryan, Charmed Spirits, Share via Whatsapp

“I was trying to make you jealous! Simon screamed, right back. His hands were fisted at his sides. You re so stupid, Clary. You re so stupid, can t you see anything? She stared at him in bewilderment. What on earth did he mean? Trying to make me jealous? Why would you try to do that? She saw immediately that this was the worst thing she could have asked him. Because, he said, so bitterly that it shocked her, I ve been in love with you for ten years, so I thought it seemed like the time to find out whether you felt the same about me. Which, I guess you don t.”

— Cassandra Clare, City of Bones, Share via Whatsapp

“Jack couldn t help but watch Nonie as she left. She looked to be twenty-nine, thirty at the most, stood maybe five foot-four and was slender. She had shoulder-length, curly, walnut-colored hair and the largest most beautiful blue eyes he d ever seem Her nose and ears were small in comparison to her full lips, which he d give anything to kiss.”

— Deborah Leblanc, Toe to Toe, Share via Whatsapp

“The door banged open, and Eve rushed out, flushed and mussed and still buttoning her shirt. It s not what you think, she said. It was just—oh, okay, whatever, it was exactly what you think. Now, what?”

— Rachel Caine, Lord of Misrule, Share via Whatsapp

“Usually my form of turning someone down was shoving a stake through his heart while smirking, Gotcha!”

— Jeaniene Frost, Halfway to the Grave, Share via Whatsapp

“Hey! Caleb snapped as he realized Nick was about to lock him on the outside with their attackers. He pushed the door open and glared at him. No man left behind. Nick scoffed. This aint the army, boy. It s every man for himself. Fall behind. Get eaten”

— Sherrilyn Kenyon, Infinity, Share via Whatsapp

“It was the sort of bone deep emotion that made him want to hold her tighter with one hand, and draw a sword against the world with the other.”

— Jeaniene Frost, First Drop of Crimson, Share via Whatsapp

“What s he saying? Buggy asked, her voice shaky. That there s something up in the attic that we should be careful of because it could be dangerous. Oh, uh-uh, I m not going up there, Buggy said, You can send Shaundelle up there, but I m keeping my little white ass down here.”

— Deborah Leblanc, Toe to Toe, Share via Whatsapp