Rae Hachton Quotes

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Rae Hachton Quotes By Rae Hachton: Don't Fear the Reaper. Don't Fear the Reaper. Rae Hachton
Rae Hachton Quotes By Rae Hachton: Run, sweetheart, run. Run, sweetheart, run. Rae Hachton
Rae Hachton Quotes By Rae Hachton: You Just scared me half to death," I You Just scared me half to death," I said.
"You should be thrilled you're halfway there. — Rae Hachton
Rae Hachton Quotes By Rae Hachton: There is absolutely nothing monstrous about being a There is absolutely nothing monstrous about being a vampire. In fact, it's quite beautiful. — Rae Hachton
Rae Hachton Quotes By Rae Hachton: I realized someone else might tell you you're I realized someone else might tell you you're pretty. I'd do anything to keep you away from that person. — Rae Hachton
Rae Hachton Quotes By Rae Hachton: I've never wanted a heart as much as I've never wanted a heart as much as I want yours. — Rae Hachton
Rae Hachton Quotes By Rae Hachton: We are all Romeos looking for our Juliet, We are all Romeos looking for our Juliet, but never finding her. — Rae Hachton
Rae Hachton Quotes By Rae Hachton: My Heart's still beating for you - Very My Heart's still beating for you - Very Dark and Always. — Rae Hachton
Rae Hachton Quotes By Rae Hachton: All people have the ability to be a All people have the ability to be a monster, some choose not to be that way. — Rae Hachton
Rae Hachton Quotes By Rae Hachton: I'd learned that loving someone, being in love I'd learned that loving someone, being in love with someone, and being dependent upon someone are three separate things. — Rae Hachton
Rae Hachton Quotes By Rae Hachton: I never really wanted to die. But I I never really wanted to die. But I followed through anyway. The pain in my heart was excruciating, and death was beautiful. — Rae Hachton
Rae Hachton Quotes By Rae Hachton: You can't just enter scene like that and You can't just enter scene like that and disappear. — Rae Hachton