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R.L. LaFevers quotes: I comfort myself with the knowledge that if Duval ever feels smothered by me, it will be because I am holding a pillow over his face. I comfort myself with the knowledge that if Duval ever feels smothered by me, it will be because I am holding a pillow over his face.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: Do you need anything before I go?I want you to return my wits, I long to say. Do you need anything before I go?
I want you to return my wits, I long to say.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: I stare at him coldly. "I do not care for needlework." I pause. "Unless it involves the base of the skull. I stare at him coldly. "I do not care for needlework." I pause. "Unless it involves the base of the skull.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: He barks out a laugh. "My little rebel. He barks out a laugh. "My little rebel.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: I almost hope it is a mouth that opens directly to hell, for of a certainty, we could use the heat. I almost hope it is a mouth that opens directly to hell, for of a certainty, we could use the heat.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: Sometimes I really hate being right. Sometimes I really hate being right.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: When one consorts with assassins, one must expect to dance along the edge of a knife once or twice. When one consorts with assassins, one must expect to dance along the edge of a knife once or twice.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: People hear and see what they expect to hear and see. People hear and see what they expect to hear and see.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: Jewels can be replaced, cousin. Independence, once lost, cannot. Jewels can be replaced, cousin. Independence, once lost, cannot.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: While I am Death's daughter and walk in His dark shadow, surely the darkness can give way to light sometimes. While I am Death's daughter and walk in His dark shadow, surely the darkness can give way to light sometimes.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: Are men truly such idiots that they cannot resist two orbs of flesh? Are men truly such idiots that they cannot resist two orbs of flesh?
R.L. LaFevers quotes: The pain of hope dying is worse than his fists and boots. The pain of hope dying is worse than his fists and boots.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: I am left with the conviction that an avalanche would be easier to dissuade than that man. I am left with the conviction that an avalanche would be easier to dissuade than that man.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: Reluctantly, I headed for the stairs. I wasn't dawdling. Not exactly. Just giving Father a bit of time to calm down. Reluctantly, I headed for the stairs. I wasn't dawdling. Not exactly. Just giving Father a bit of time to calm down.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: And so it is with us; we serve as handmaidens to Death. When we are guided by His will, killing is a sacrament. And so it is with us; we serve as handmaidens to Death. When we are guided by His will, killing is a sacrament.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: There is no shame in scars, Ismae. There is no shame in scars, Ismae.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: Surely He does not give us hearts so we may spend our lives ignoring them. Surely He does not give us hearts so we may spend our lives ignoring them.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: I have found it is surprisingly difficult to remain sad when a cat is doing its level best to sandpaper one's cheeks. I have found it is surprisingly difficult to remain sad when a cat is doing its level best to sandpaper one's cheeks.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: Tis Vanth's cage. You can just move it out of the way.""I already have," he grumbles. "With my shin. Tis Vanth's cage. You can just move it out of the way."
"I already have," he grumbles. "With my shin.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: Why be the lamb when you can be the lion? Why be the lamb when you can be the lion?
R.L. LaFevers quotes: Perhaps that is because you mistake death for justice, and they are not the same thing at all. Perhaps that is because you mistake death for justice, and they are not the same thing at all.
R.L. LaFevers quotes: Then he offers me his arm. As I take it, I wonder what folly decreed that women cannot walk unassisted. Then he offers me his arm. As I take it, I wonder what folly decreed that women cannot walk unassisted.