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Every week I will pick a quote from a book I read, am reading, or that is my favourite, and share it with you all through this post.

Weekly Quote for Week-4 2024 ~ The Fine Print by Lauren Asher

Weekly Quote for Week-4 2024 ~ The Fine Print by Lauren Asher

The Fine Print by Lauren Asher, Dreamland Billionaires, romance, adult, blue cover with a castle on it“He’s the Devil, Zahra.”
“Well, that explains why Eve fell for his tricks. If the Devil looked half as good as Rowan, I’d eat the damn apple, too. Screw the consequences.”

Weekly Quote for Week 46-2023 ~ Gwen and Art are Not in Love by Lex Croucher

Weekly Quote for Week 46-2023 ~ Gwen and Art are Not in Love by Lex Croucher

Gwen & Art Are Not in Love by Lex Croucher, LGBT, Young Adult, Two teens staring at two other teens, romance, young adult“Definitely’ Arthur said. ‘Absolutely. He’s not – you know. He barely talks. He reads books.’ It was true; Gabriel was not his usual type, and he needed to be practical. It would be one thing to risk his neck for some confident, dashing prince with muscled thighs and witty repartee to truly die for, but Gabriel was quiet, and strange, and ultimately just- not worth the hassle. Even if he was nice to birds.”

Weekly Quote for Week 45-2023 ~ The Lighthouse Witches by C.J. Cooke

Weekly Quote for Week 45-2023 ~ The Lighthouse Witches by C.J. Cooke

The Lighthouse Witches by C.J. Cooke, lighthouse, “She hadn’t kept anything from him that she hadn’t been keeping from herself. He doesn’t get that truth and memory can be too complex, too tentacled, to boil down to a linear narrative. That sometimes, silence is a form of survival.”

Weekly Quote for Week 37-2023 ~ Chloe and the Kaishao Boys by Mae Coyiuto

Weekly Quote for Week 37-2023 ~ Chloe and the Kaishao Boys by Mae Coyiuto

Chloe and the Kaishao Boys Mae Coyiuto, Young Adult, Dating, Romance, Dates, Cute, Family, Flowers, Girl, Boys“We all have dreams we aren’t sure about, but we keep on chasing them. We move to new places despite everything being unfamiliar. We fall in love even though we have no idea if it will last forever. I’m no longer scared about how up in the air the future is. Because the one thing I’m sure of is that it’s going to be worth it once I get there.”

Weekly Quote for Week 35-2023 ~ The Collector by K.R. Alexander

Weekly Quote for Week 35-2023 ~ The Collector by K.R. Alexander

The Collector, K.R. Alexander, Doll, Dress, Black Hair, Dead eyes, Spooky, Horror, Children's Books, Mystery, Creepy“There are three rules for living here. One, never leave your windows open after dark, even if it’s hot. Two, no dolls in the house. And three, never, ever go by the house in the woods. That’s where Beryl lives.”

Weekly Quote for Week 29-2023 ~ Kingdom of the Wicked by Kerri Maniscalco

Weekly Quote for Week 29-2023 ~ Kingdom of the Wicked by Kerri Maniscalco

Kingdom of the Wicked Kerri Maniscalco, Fantasy, Young Adult, Skull with a snake coming out of it, magic, mystery, sisters, witches “A good book was its own brand of magic, one I could safely indulge in without fear of getting caught by those who hunted. I loved escaping from reality, especially during times of trouble. Stories made everything possible.”

Weekly Quote for Week 27-2023 ~ The Librarian of Burned Books by Brianna Labuskes

Weekly Quote for Week 27-2023 ~ The Librarian of Burned Books by Brianna Labuskes

The Librarian of Burned Books  Brianna Labuskes, WWII, Books, Reading, Bookshelves with a woman in the middle of the aisle with a view of Paris “When you sell a man a book you don’t sell him just twelve ounces of paper and ink and glue—you sell him a whole new life. Love and friendship and humor and ships at sea by night—there’s all heaven and earth in a book.”

Weekly Quote for Week 18-2023 ~ A Princess for Christmas by Jenny Holiday

Weekly Quote for Week 18-2023 ~ A Princess for Christmas by Jenny Holiday

Christmas in Eldovia #1 A Princess for Christmas Jenny Holiday, Romance, New York, Princess, Dual POV, Cute, Presents, “Christmas is big business in Eldovia. We have an annual Cocoa Fest on Christmas Eve day. Restaurants and pubs participate, and so does the palace. We make big cauldrons of different kinds of cocoa and serve them outside on the grounds.”

“Are you kidding me?” Gabby demanded.

Marie laughed. “I am entirely in earnest. And there’s a Cocoa Ball in the evening—though that’s not for children.” She wasn’t sure why she added that qualifier. It wasn’t as if Gabby, whose eyes had grown comically wide, would be around to be told she couldn’t attend the ball.

“Oh my god, you are from a fake Hallmark country,” Leo deadpanned.”