Ten Things You Should Know About This Book
1. Sebastian Grey is a devilishly handsome rogue with a secret.
2. Annabel Winslow's family voted her The Winslow Most Likely to Speak Her Mind and The Winslow Most Likely to Fall Asleep in Church.
3. Sebastian's uncle is the Earl... read more
“Your dog is a very good liar.”Annabel Winslow
“All new experiences are good for the soul. Now I know exactly what it is like to be punched in the face.”Sebastian Grey
“What would life be without bleak moments?”Sebastian Grey
“Seb just wanted to be entertained. Was that too much to expect from a book? If he were to write a book, there would be excitement. Lives would be lost, but not too many. And never any of the main characters. That would be much too depressing. There ought to be a romance, too. And danger. Danger was good. Maybe a little of the exotic, but not too much. Sebastian suspected that most authors did not do their research properly.”
“I can imagine no greater bliss than to lie about, reading novels all day.”Sebastian Grey
“He wondered if everyone's lives had a dividing point. A moment which sat clearly between before and after. That had been his. That night in his room. It hadn't been any different than the night before, or the one before that. He couldn't sleep. There was nothing out of the ordinary about that. Except for some reason--some inexplicable, miraculous reason, he'd started thinking about books. And then he'd picked up a pen.”
“My dear cousin can most certainly read the newspaper and spy upon us at he same time. She could probably paint a watercolor and conduct an orchestra, as well....Women, I have learned, can do at least six things at once without pausing for breath.”Sebastian Grey
“Reading in anything but English was work, and Seb just wanted to be entertained. Was that too much to expect from a book?”Sebastian Grey
There were a thousand ways to make an idiot of oneself, with new opportunities arising every day. It was exhausting trying to avoid them all.Highlighted by 12 Kindle customers
WHAT HAPPENS IN LONDONHighlighted by 8 Kindle customers
The key to a successful marriage,” Lord Vickers pontificated, “is to stay out of the way of one’s wife.”Highlighted by 6 Kindle customers
He was happy, and if one could be near a happy person, perhaps it would rub off. Happiness could be like a head cold. Or cholera.Highlighted by 6 Kindle customers
“Women, I have learned, can do at least six things at once without pausing for breath.”Highlighted by 5 Kindle customers
Louisa gave her a skeptical look. “Your dog is a very good liar.”Highlighted by 5 Kindle customers
That had been his moment. His very own point of division. He wondered if everyone’s lives had a dividing point. A moment which sat clearly between before and after.Highlighted by 5 Kindle customers
He couldn’t sleep. Chapter OneHighlighted by 4 Kindle customers
TEN THINGS I LOVE ABOUT YOUHighlighted by 4 Kindle customers
He was cold, therefore he must be alive. He was cold, therefore he must not be invincible. He was cold, therefore— He stood back and let out a disgusted snort. He was cold, therefore he was cold. There wasn’t really much more to it.Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
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