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"Blay was the closest thing to an angel Qhuinn had ever come near." - J.R. Ward

"Saxton was indeed clear on things: Blay was still in love with Qhuinn- and probably always would be. "Why?" he said to his lover. "Because I want you for however long I have you." - J.R. Ward

"Love, after all, was universal. Qhuinn closed his fist up tight, and knew he would never, ever take that ring off. "Always," Blay murmured. "Because family is an always kind of thing." - J.R. Ward

"Blay didn't shake the hand that was offered. He reached over, took a hold of the fighter's face, and drew Qhuinn in for a kiss. It was supposed to be only a split-seconder- like their lips were the ones doing the handshake thing. When he went to pull back, though, Qhuinn captured him, and held him in place. Their mouths met again... and again... and once more, their heads tilting to the sides, the contact lingering. "You're welcome," Blay said roughly. Then he smiled a little. "Can't say it was all a pleasure, though." - J.R. Ward

"Blay did' shake the hand that was offered. He reached over, took a hold of the fighter's face, and drew Qhuinn in for a kiss. It was supposed to be only a split-seconder- like their lips were the ones doing the handshake thing. When he went to pull back, though, Qhuinn captured him, and held him in place. Their mouths met again... and again... and once more, their heads tilting to the sides, the contact lingering. "You're welcome," Blay said roughly. Then he smiled a little. "Ca' say it was all a pleasure, though." - J.R. Ward

"I want to be with you, too," he said. "I'll come to your room after dawn." Qhuinn didn't want to ask. Had to. "What about Saxton?" "He's gone on vacation." Reaaaaaaaaaaaaaally. "For how long?" "Just a couple of days." Too bad. Any chance of an extension...for like a year or two? Maybe forever? "Okay, it's a-" Qhuinn stopped himself before he finished that with date. There was no sense kidding himself. Saxton was away. Blay wanted to get laid. And Qhuinn was more than willing to supply the male with what he wanted." - J.R. Ward

"I want to be with you, too," he said. "I"ll come to your room after dawn." Qhuinn did' want to ask. Had to. "What about Saxton?" "He's gone on vacation." Reaaaaaaaaaaaaaally. "For how long?" "Just a couple of days." Too bad. Any chance of an extension...for like a year or two? Maybe forever? "Okay, it's a-" Qhuinn stopped himself before he finished that with date. There was no sense kidding himself. Saxton was away. Blay wanted to get laid. And Qhuinn was more than willing to supply the male with what he wanted." - J.R. Ward

"[Qhuinn looking a Blay] A tear escaped from that eye . Welling up along the lower lid, it coalesced at the far corner, formed a crystal circle, and grew so fat it couldn't hold on to the lashes. Slipping free, it meandered downward, getting lost in dark hair at the temple." - J.R. Ward

"[Qhuinn looking a Blay] A tear escaped from that eye . Welling up along the lower lid, it coalesced at the far corner, formed a crystal circle, and grew so fat it could' hold on to the lashes. Slipping free, it meandered downward, getting lost in dark hair at the temple." - J.R. Ward

"Qhuinn: "What is wrong with you, that you care so much about me?" Blay: "What is wrong with you, that you can't see why I would?" - J.R. Ward

"When he pulled back, Blay frowned. "You're shaking." Was it possible he wasn't imagining this? "Am I?" "Yes." "I don't care. I love you. I love you so damned much, and I'm sorry that I wasn't male enough to admit-" Blay stopped him with a kiss. "You're plenty male enough now-the rest of it's in the past." "I just...God, I really am shaking, aren't I? Yeah. But it's okay-I've got you." Qhuinn turned his face into one of the male's palms. "You always have. You've always had me...and my heart. My soul. Everything." - J.R. Ward

"With the supplies gathered, he went over to the stainless-steel sink and pressed the foot pedal to get the water running. While he washed his hands, he said quietly, "If I could, I would." "Excuse me?" Qhuinn pumped some suds into his palms and scrubbed all the way up his forearms. Which was overkill, but if Blay wanted him superclean, then that was what he was going to be. "If I could love a guy like that, it would be you." - J.R. Ward

"Turned out Qhuinn was a snuggler. Who knew-and how fabulous." - J.R. Ward

"...I don't need any explanation about what you do with your life. You and I...we grew up together,and that's it. Yeah, we shared a lot of stuff back then, and we were there for each other when it mattered. But neither one of us can fit into the clothes we used to wear , and this relationship between us is just the same. It doesn't fit in our lives any longer. We don't...fit anymore. And listen., I didn't mean to get pissy in the truck, but I think you need to be clear on this. You and I? We have a past. That's it. That's ...all we'll ever have" (Blay to Qhuinn)..." - J.R. Ward

"And God help them both, if it hadn't been for Saxton, Qhuinn would have dropped the l-word right then and there, even though the timing was stupid." - J.R. Ward

"And God help them both, if it had' been for Saxton, Qhuinn would have dropped the l-word right then and there, even though the timing was stupid." - J.R. Ward

"Qhuinn smiled, baring his fangs. 'Has anyone ever shown you the difference between good touch and bad touch? 'Cause I'd love to demonstrate. We could start right now." - J.R. Ward

"Qhuinn wanted to scream... Yes he has!!!" - J.R. Ward

"The thread of will-they-or-won't-they was the real driver of every word and glance and shift of body. So...this was a date, Blay thought. A subtextual negotiation slipcovered in talk of books read and music enjoyed." - J.R. Ward

"Say the word. Say the word and I won't go. Say the word, Qhuinn. Do it and I'll spend the night with you. Better yet, why don't you just kiss me-" - J.R. Ward

"Blay said roughly,"I'm still in love with him" Saxton dropped his eyes and brushed at the top of his thigh, as if there might have been a tiny piece of lint there. " I know. You thought you weren't?" - J.R. Ward

"You are perfect the way you are." Blay's voice was strong. "There is nothing wrong with who and what you have always been. I'm proud of you. And I love you. Now ... and always." Qhuinn's vision got wavy. Hard-core. "I'm proud of you. And I love you," Blay repeated. "Always. Forget about your old family ... you have me now. I am your family." - J.R. Ward

"I think you and he need to talk. And once you do, I won't have to worry about being jumped like a felon again." Blay frowned. "He and I have nothing to say to each other-" "With all due respect, the ligature marks around my neck would suggest otherwise." - J.R. Ward

"I think you and he need to talk. And once you do, I wo' have to worry about being jumped like a felon again." Blay frowned. "He and I have nothing to say to each other-" "With all due respect, the ligature marks around my neck would suggest otherwise." - J.R. Ward

"See, this was the thing with Qhuinn. He could be out there and he could let his edge get away from him, but he always came back and made you feel like you were the single most important person in the world to him and that he was truly sorry for hurting your feelings." - J.R. Ward

"And it was kind of funny to see all these professional fighters unwilling to get within a mile of the female. Then again, if you wanted to survive doing the work they did, accurate risk assessment was something you developed early - and even Qhuinn, who was the object of the protective instinct the Chosen was rocking, wouldn't have dared touch her." - J.R. Ward

"Qhuinn looked at each of the hoods again. How ironic, he thought. Nearly two years ago, an Honor Guard of black robes had been sent to him to make sure he knew his family didn't want him. And now, here these males were, come to draw him into a different kind of fold- that was every bit as strong as that of blood." - J.R. Ward

"Qhuinn took a step forward, with the intention of stepping in, in the event the Brother locked hands on the SOB's skinny neck: Someone should probably catch the head before it bounced all over their hosts' rugs. And the deadweight of the body. Seemed only hospitable." - J.R. Ward

"Qhuinn took a step forward, with the intention of stepping in, in the event the Brother locked hands on the SOB's skinny neck: Someone should probably catch the head before it bounced all over their hosts" rugs. And the deadweight of the body. Seemed only hospitable." - J.R. Ward

"As always, Blay was the anchor who kept him from being swept away." - J.R. Ward

"Just once" Blay said softly. "Do it just once. So I'll know what it's like." - J.R. Ward

"I'm in love," he said hoarsely. "With someone else. That's why." Qhuinn (Lover Unleashed)" - J.R. Ward

"Blay said yet again, that old, familiar voice cutting through all of those years of rejection and judgment, giving him not just a rope of acceptance to hang on to, but a flesh-and-blood hand to lead him out of the darkness of his past... And into a future that didn't require lies or excuses, because what he was, and what they were, was both extraordinary-and not hing out of the ordinary. Love, after all, was universal." - J.R. Ward

"Saxton smelled really good and had a handshake that was firm. "You've grown up a lot." Blay found himself flushing as he took his hand back. "You're just the same." "Am I?" Those pearl eyes flashed. "Is that good or bad?" "Oh...good. I didn't mean-" "So tell me how you've been. Are you mated to some nice female your parents set you up with?" Blay's laugh was sharp and hard. "God, no. There's no one for me." - J.R. Ward

"You know, Qhuinn's an interesting character." Saxton reached out with an elegant hand and picked up his port. "He's one of my favorite cousins, actually. His nonconformity is admirable and he's survived things that would crush a lesser male. Don't know that being in love with him would be easy, however." Blay didn't go near that one. "So do you come here often?" Saxton laughed, his pale eyes glinting, "Not for discussion, huh." - J.R. Ward

"I suppose this is for the best," Blay said into his shoulder. "You can't cook." "See? I'm so not Prince Charming." - J.R. Ward

"Qhuinn gave in immediately, as he was categorically incapable of denying the female anything - most certainly not one of her hugs. They were even better than her lasagna." - J.R. Ward

"How many of them were there?' Her voice wasn't joking around. Eighteen. Hundred.' Four,' Blaylock interjected. 'An honor guard of four.' What did they work you over with? Those bruises on your thighs are severe?' Crowbars. Big, massive-' Blay cut in. 'Clubs. Had to be those ceremonial black clubs." - J.R. Ward

"In quick succession, Qhuinn reviewed his answers: No, of course not, the knife was acting of its own volition. I was actually trying to stop it...No, I only meant to give him a shave...No, I didn't realize that slicing open someone's jugular was going to lead to death." - J.R. Ward

"The Old Language really was beautiful, Blay thought. Staring at the symbols, for one brief, ridiculous moment he imagined his own name across Qhuinn's shoulders, carved into that smooth skin in the manner of the mating ritual. Never going to happen. They were destined to be best friends...which, compared to strangers, was something huge. Compared to lovers? It was the cold side of a locked door." - J.R. Ward

"And all was black and still, and black and cold, and black and dead, and black." - George R R Martin

"Midnight, and love, and youth, and Italy!" - Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton

"Hot and cold, and moist and dry." - Guillaume de Salluste Du Bartas

"Sex and drugs and rock and roll." - Ian Dury

"Miles and miles and miles." - Alan Shepard

"I am also four, and twelve, and fifteen, and twenty-three, and thirty-one, and forty-five and . . . and . . . and . . ." - Madeleine L'Engle

"Forever and forever and forever" - Li Bai

"Stay and respond and expand and include and allow and forgive and enjoy and evolve and discern and inquire and accept and admit and divulge and open and reach out and speak up, this is utopia." - Alanis Morissette

"Wouldn't the sentence 'I want to put a hyphen between the words Fish and And and And and Chips in my Fish-and-Chips sign' have been clearer if quotation marks had been placed before Fish, and between Fish and and, and and and And, and And and and, and and and And, and And and and, and and and Chips, as well as after Chips?" - Martin Gardner

"We shall tax and tax, and spend and spend, and elect and elect." - Harry Hopkins

"The sad fact is that I love Dickens and Donne and Keats and Eliot and Forster and Conrad and Fitzgerald and Kafka and Wilde and Orwell and Waugh and Marvell and Greene and Sterne and Shakespeare and Webster and Swift and Yeats and Joyce and Hardy, really, really love them. It's just that they don't love me back." - David Nicholls

"He watched and wept and prayed and felt for all" - Oliver Goldsmith

"Law sutes consume time, and mony, and rest, and friends." - George Herbert

"Fromage and coffee and cognac and no gods." - Wallace Stevens

"They lived and laughed and loved and left." - James Joyce

"And Doubt and Discord step 'twixt thine and thee." - Lord Byron

"Cricket is battle and service and sport and art." - Douglas Jardine

"Listening is selecting and interpreting and acting and making decisions." - Pauline Oliveros

"Liberty and Union, now and for ever, one and inseparable!" - Daniel Webster

"Flowers and buds fall, and the old and ripe fall." - Proverbs

"Poetry and art and knowledge are sacred and pure." - George Eliot

"Tax and Tax, spend and spend, elect and elect." - Harry Hopkins

"My sparrow, she flickers and wakes and sings and sings." - Lisa Ann Sandell

"I'm, like, super-clumsy and weird and funny and dorky." - Shantel Vansanten

"I write and walk and swim and drink." - John Le Carre

"I was always loud and obnoxious and giggly and funny." - Krysten Ritter

"Men and girls, men and girls: Artificial swine and pearls." - Gertrude Stein

"Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable." - Daniel Webster

"My mom's passionate and energetic and very funny and enthusiastic." - Eric Stonestreet

"I love inventing worlds and characters and settings and scenarios." - Jerry B Jenkins

"I am learning how to be angry and sad and lonely and joyful and excited and afraid and happy." - Laurie Halse Anderson

"I love walking down the street and seeing faces and drama and happiness and sadness and dirt and cleanliness." - Ric Ocasek

"Nicknames are baseball, names like Zeke and Pie and Kiki and Home Run and Cracker and Dizzy and Dazzy." - Ernie Harwell

"Audacity, and again, audacity, and always audacity." - Georges Danton

"Virtue and Happiness are Mother and Daughter." - Benjamin Franklin

"Twixt hope and fear, anxiety and anger." - Horace

"Surprise and delight and connection are remarkable." - Seth Godin

"I killed you. And you. And you." - Suzanne Collins

"Spahn and Sain and pray for rain," - Warren Spahn

"Life is beautiful, and terrible, and strange." - Johnette Napolitano

"Acquire knowledge, and learn tranquility and dignity." - Umar

"Virtuous and fair, royal and gracious." - William Shakespeare

"You're sick. Sick and evil and weird." - Neil Gaiman

"Go and do, don't sit and stew." - John Bytheway

"And trust dies from ifs and buts" - Aidan Chambers

"Inspiration and genius -one and the same." - Victor Hugo

"Boldness, and again boldness, and always boldness!" - Georges Danton

"Liberty and equality-lovely and sacred words!" - Giuseppe Mazzini

"Bachelor's fare: bread and cheese, and kisses." - Jonathan Swift

"Sighed and wept and said no more." - Anonymous

"Peace and love, peace and love!" - Ringo Starr

"and love was lightning and remembrance" - Charles Bukowski

"Give and spend And God will send." - Henry George Bohn

"Wisdom and power follow endurance and patience." - Muhammad

"...Hope endures and overcomes misfortune and evil." - Martin Luther

"And cooking is about balance and harmony." - Nigella Lawson

"Dark and Dangerous. And all mine." - Sylvia Day

"Just snow and sapphire and ink." - Stephenie Meyer

"Animals have personalities and minds and emotions." - Jane Goodall

"Masculine and feminine, vertical and horizontal." - Piet Mondrian

"Prepare and prevent, don't repair and repent." - Anonymous

"Boldness, and again boldness, and always boldness!" - Georges Jacques Danton

"Nods, and becks, and wreathed smiles." - John Milton

"Bachelor's fare: bread and cheese and kisses." - Jonathan Swift

"And forever, brother, hail and farewell." - Gaius Valerius Catullus

"Sigh'd and look'd, and sigh'd again." - John Dryden

"Weakened and wasted to skin and bone." - Guillaume de Salluste Du Bartas

"Fame is weird and amorphous and unpredictable." - Tom Hiddleston

". . . And some people sing and dance." - Roger Miller

"Look at things and listen and feel." - Ernest Hemingway

"Fortune and glory, kid. Fortune and glory." - James Kahn

"We are unusual and tragic and alive." - Dave Eggers

"Gone! ...And you and I quite crestfallen." - C S Lewis

"Boredom and booze-cause and effect." - Samuel Hopkins Adams

"And the rest is rust and stardust." - Vladimir Nabokov

"And Yale is November, crisp and energetic." - F Scott Fitzgerald

"Think and wonder, wonder and think." - Dr. Seuss

"Every unwanted animal ends up on my farm: alpacas and horses and dogs and cats and chickens and ducks and parrots and fish and guinea pigs." - Salma Hayek

"I loved fencing and dancing and elocution." - Vivien Leigh

"Choice and chance structure art and nature." - Frederick Sommer

"Faith slips - and laughs, and rallies" - Emily Dickinson

"Friendship and money: oil and water." - Mario Puzo

"Action and reaction are equal and opposite." - Gertrude Stein

"Power and speed be hands and feet." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Knowledge is love and light and vision." - Helen Keller

"Rules and models destroy genius and art." - William Hazlitt

"I like peace and solitude and silence." - Carla Bruni

"Anyone and everyone can and will succeed." - Mike Moreno

"Saying and Doing, have quarrel'd and parted." - Benjamin Franklin

"Morality binds and blinds." - Jonathan Haidt

"Imitate, assimilate, and innovate." - Clark Terry

"It's highly psychological, and very beautiful, and overwhelming, and real, and trippy!" - Russell Brand

"And smile, smile, smile." - George Henry Powell

"Love, honor, and negotiate." - Alan Loy McGinnis

"Tobacco and religious organisations." - Mark Bradford

"Learn and think imperially." - Joseph Chamberlain

"And she walked away, and she walked away, and that was that, and that was that." - Helen Oyeyemi

"Nature and truth are one, and immutable, and inseparable as beauty and love." - Anna Brownell Jameson

"Be cautious and bold." - Victor Rothschild, 3rd Baron Rothschild

"Help and not fight. Assimilation and not destruction. Harmony and Peace and not dissension." - Swami Vivekananda

"Holiness sincerity, and faith." - Swami Vivekananda

"And dare love that, and say so too, And forget the He and She." - John Donne

"Action and contemplation are..." - Bernard Of Clairvaux

"Shaken and not stirred." - Ian Fleming

"Publish and be damned." - Duke Of Wellington

"Billions and billions." - Carl Sagan

"Remote and ineffectual don." - Hilaire Belloc

"Improvise, Adapt and Overcome!" - Clint Eastwood

"And I sat there getting drunker and drunker and more in love and more in love." - Donald Barthelme

"All dark and comfortless." - William Shakespeare



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