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Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: We will marry each other. We will marry each other. Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Good morning, Sassenach, Good morning, Sassenach, Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Healing comes from the healed; not from the Healing comes from the healed; not from the physician. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: You didn't say there was a stone circle, You didn't say there was a stone circle, I said. I felt faint, and not only from the heat and damp. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: his weight pinning me to the bed. his weight pinning me to the bed. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: You're the world I have," she murmured, and You're the world I have," she murmured, and then her breathing changed, and she took him down with her into safety. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Don't be afraid," he whispered into my hair. Don't be afraid," he whispered into my hair. "There's the two of us now. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: got the disks from. got the disks from. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: intended to repel Evil, which are the constant intended to repel Evil, which are the constant Accompaniment to their Conversations with myself. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I'll be setting off just after the Angelus I'll be setting off just after the Angelus bell- at noon, I mean - should that suit your honors. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: My God, he thought, I'm going to die My God, he thought, I'm going to die before I've been born. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Ye werena the first lass I kissed," he Ye werena the first lass I kissed," he said softly. "But I swear you'll be the last. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: head of the gangplank, she would drop the head of the gangplank, she would drop the goat — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Jesus H. Roosevelt Christ!" -Claire Jesus H. Roosevelt Christ!" -Claire — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Women are never too old to wear pink," Women are never too old to wear pink," Fergus replied firmly. "I have heard les mesdames say so, many times. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Strength of bone and fire of mind, all Strength of bone and fire of mind, all wrapped around a core of steel-hard purpose that would make him a deadly projectile, once set on any course. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: If it was a sin for you to If it was a sin for you to choose me ... then I would go to the Devil himself and bless him for tempting ye to it. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I am a sassenach, after all," I said, I am a sassenach, after all," I said, seeing it. He touched my face briefly with a rueful smile. "Aye, mo duinne. But you're my sassenach. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I loved Frank," I said quietly, not looking I loved Frank," I said quietly, not looking at Bree. "I loved him a lot. But by that time, Jamie was my heart and the breath of my body. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Ute McGillivray looked like a Valkyrie on a Ute McGillivray looked like a Valkyrie on a starchy diet; — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Come to think, perhaps being nearly killed wasn't Come to think, perhaps being nearly killed wasn't always a misfortune-so long as you didn't actually die of it. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Not Duncan, but Da's down there Not Duncan, but Da's down there — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Real danger had its own taste, vivid as Real danger had its own taste, vivid as lemon juice, by contrast with the weak lemonade of imagination. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Go down," she said, "and tell them the Go down," she said, "and tell them the MacKenzies are here. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I waved pleasantly after him, thinking how much I waved pleasantly after him, thinking how much I should enjoy sticking a fork into him, when the time came. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: To dry the damp hem, and the firelight To dry the damp hem, and the firelight glowed from both my rings. A strong disposition to — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Then ye live with it, laddie," he said Then ye live with it, laddie," he said softly. "That's all. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: respect for your elders was one of the respect for your elders was one of the cornerstones of civilized behavior, — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: left me studying the birds, with the assurance left me studying the birds, with the assurance that he would shortly — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I am a coward, damn you! I couldna I am a coward, damn you! I couldna tell ye, for fear ye would leave me, and unmanly thing that I am, I thought I couldna bear that! — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: All loss is one, and one loss becomes All loss is one, and one loss becomes all, a single death is the key to the gate that bars memory. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Means of dealing with the Three Furies before Means of dealing with the Three Furies before they drove her crazy or assassinated each other with rolling pin or knitting needle. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Come on!" he said, grunting as he shifted Come on!" he said, grunting as he shifted the Chinaman's slippery form for a better grip. "They'll be after us any moment! — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Though I could wish your own limits went Though I could wish your own limits went a bit further. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: God, don't laugh!" Jamie said, alarmed. "I didna God, don't laugh!" Jamie said, alarmed. "I didna mean to make ye laugh! Christ, Jenny will kill me if ye cough up a lung and die out here! — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Sassenach," he said against my shoulder, a moment Sassenach," he said against my shoulder, a moment later. "Mm?" "Who in God's name is John Wayne?" "You are," I said. "Go to sleep. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: That's what he got for neglecting his work That's what he got for neglecting his work to go on wild-goose chases to impress a girl — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: we might as well be afloat as earthbound, we might as well be afloat as earthbound, the heave and fall beneath me the rise of planking, and the sound of the pines the wind in our sails. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: My dear daughter,As you will see if ever My dear daughter,
As you will see if ever you receive this, we are alive. . . . — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Chin - and there it was. I near Chin - and there it was. I near beshit myself. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I was older, heavier, and completely berserk. I was older, heavier, and completely berserk. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I was hopeful of his answer, or fearful I was hopeful of his answer, or fearful of it. The answer was a slight shrug. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: day's work, I drifted into sleep at once, day's work, I drifted into sleep at once, soothed — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Could it be possible that he really did Could it be possible that he really did have enough imagination to be able to grasp the truth? — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Well, ye're kind, too," he said, considering. "Verra Well, ye're kind, too," he said, considering. "Verra kind. Though ye are inclined to do it on your own terms. Not that that's bad, mind," he added, — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I stood in front of him in nothing I stood in front of him in nothing but my shoes and gartered rose-silk stockings. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Is it wrong, Hector? he thought. That I Is it wrong, Hector? he thought. That I should love a man who might have killed you? — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Well, I can't remember not being able to Well, I can't remember not being able to read. I was told I could read by myself very well at the age of three. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Boston is by all Accounts a perfect Hellhole Boston is by all Accounts a perfect Hellhole of republican Sentiment, — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Massive edifice, with its impenetrable walls, its monumental Massive edifice, with its impenetrable walls, its monumental gate, and its red-coated guards, I began to have doubts. What — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Character, I think, is the single most important Character, I think, is the single most important thing in fiction. You might read a book once for its interesting plot - but not twice. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: breeches and a rough smock breeches and a rough smock — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: TWO DOWN," Roger whispered. TWO DOWN," Roger whispered. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I like ye fat, Sassenach," he said softly. I like ye fat, Sassenach," he said softly. "Fat and juicy as a plump wee hen. I like it fine. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: You have lost your mind,"Jamie said coldly, the You have lost your mind,"Jamie said coldly, the shock receding slightly. "Or I should think you had, if ye had one to lose. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Do you encounter a great deal of ... Do you encounter a great deal of ... factionalism in your area of the colony? — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I found the rooted silence, rushing stream, and I found the rooted silence, rushing stream, and rustling leaves balm to the spirit. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I have been in perturbation of mind for I have been in perturbation of mind for days, debating whether I shall write it, and now, having written, whether to send it. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Pointing out the emotion in a scene is Pointing out the emotion in a scene is like laughing at your own jokes. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Jamie ... I only want to be where Jamie ... I only want to be where you are. Nothing else. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Exposure to a two-year-old boy was probably the Exposure to a two-year-old boy was probably the best possible object lesson in the dangers of motherhood, — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: of a musket ball embedded in his of a musket ball embedded in his — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: It's only that ye looked so beautiful, wi' It's only that ye looked so beautiful, wi' the fire on your face, and your hair waving in the wind. I wanted to remember it. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I asked. I was quiet then, letting him I asked. I was quiet then, letting him come to terms with it. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I felt at once horribly vulnerable and yet I felt at once horribly vulnerable and yet completely safe. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: If," I said through my teeth, "you ever If," I said through my teeth, "you ever raise a hand to me again, James Fraser, I'll cut out your heart and fry it for breakfast! — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Always, always, I had had to balance compassion Always, always, I had had to balance compassion with wisdom, love with judgment, humanity with ruthlessness. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I could see the water purling away from I could see the water purling away from keeled scales that ran in a crest down the sinuous neck. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: After all, I thought, what were days and After all, I thought, what were days and weeks in the presence of eternity? — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Many of the lost will be found, eventually, Many of the lost will be found, eventually, dead or alive. Disappearances, after all, have explanations. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: He wasn't a whole person any longer, but He wasn't a whole person any longer, but only half of something not yet made. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: neighborhood - his name's pronounced 'Kirry,' but it's neighborhood - his name's pronounced 'Kirry,' but it's spelt 'C-i-r-e.' — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I can bear pain myself, he said softly, I can bear pain myself, he said softly, but I couldna bear yours. That would take more strength than I have. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I want to hold you like a kitten I want to hold you like a kitten in my shirt, and still I want to spread your thighs and plow ye like a rotting bull. I dinna understand myself. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: He radiated well-being like a potful of stew. He radiated well-being like a potful of stew. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Aye, verra good. Now then, if ye'll just Aye, verra good. Now then, if ye'll just put your hands above your head and seize the bedstead - — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Good sex scene is about the exchange of Good sex scene is about the exchange of emotions, not bodily fluids — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: You're tearin' my guts out, Claire. You're tearin' my guts out, Claire. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: Not for the first time, I reflected that Not for the first time, I reflected that intimacy and romance are not synonymous. — Diana Gabaldon
Gabaldon Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: He wiped the sweat from his face on He wiped the sweat from his face on his sleeve, squared his shoulders, and strode back into the fray. All there was to do was his duty. — Diana Gabaldon