Victoria Connelly Quotes

Top 11 wise famous quotes and sayings by Victoria Connelly

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Victoria Connelly quotes: It's a great day when you meet a new writer, isn't it? It's like an introduction to a best friend you didn't know existed just hours before. It's a great day when you meet a new writer, isn't it? It's like an introduction to a best friend you didn't know existed just hours before.
Victoria Connelly quotes: a lady's imagination is very rapid a lady's imagination is very rapid
Victoria Connelly quotes: She couldn't help thinking that something was wrong with a person had more shoes than books in their home. She couldn't help thinking that something was wrong with a person had more shoes than books in their home.
Victoria Connelly quotes: That's the only problem with novels,' Mia said. 'They give readers such high hopes that the real world can often be a bit of a letdown. That's the only problem with novels,' Mia said. 'They give readers such high hopes that the real world can often be a bit of a letdown.
Victoria Connelly quotes: Why is life a constant disappointment?''Because we read fiction,' Mia said, and Shelley nodded, knowing it was true. Why is life a constant disappointment?'
'Because we read fiction,' Mia said, and Shelley nodded, knowing it was true.
Victoria Connelly quotes: Very few modern men dressed well, she had to admit. Very few modern men dressed well, she had to admit.
Victoria Connelly quotes: Why couldn't love be rational like everything else? What right did it have to bulldoze through your reasoning and leave you spinning? Why couldn't love be rational like everything else? What right did it have to bulldoze through your reasoning and leave you spinning?
Victoria Connelly quotes: Every person has to make their own decisions in life. It's virtually impossible to learn from somebody else's mistakes; there are too many variables. Every person has to make their own decisions in life. It's virtually impossible to learn from somebody else's mistakes; there are too many variables.