11+ quotes from Betrayed by P.C. Cast

Quotes from Betrayed

P.C. Cast ·  310 pages

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“Remember, darkness does not always equate to evil, just as light does not always bring good.”
― P.C. Cast, quote from Betrayed

“The best part of beauty is that which no picture can express.”
― P.C. Cast, quote from Betrayed

“Night can't cloak your scarlet dream. Accept Desire's call.”
― P.C. Cast, quote from Betrayed

“Damien,” Shaunee said. “Again you are getting on my damn—”

—last nerve with your unending vocab bullshit,” Erin finished for her.”
― P.C. Cast, quote from Betrayed

“Ohmygod. Did hell just freeze over?" - Zoey Redbird when Aphrodite LaFonte tells her parents that Zoey deserves to be leader of the Dark Daughters”
― P.C. Cast, quote from Betrayed

“Then, with an enormous rush of meadow-filled wind, the green candle went out, and my best friend died.”
― P.C. Cast, quote from Betrayed

“It was like I was inside a fishbowl in the middle of a typhoon, and everyone else was on the outside cluelessly enjoying lovely weather.”
― P.C. Cast, quote from Betrayed

“A big, studly football jock like me? I got plenty of blood to spare. For you, I have anything to spare.”
― P.C. Cast, quote from Betrayed

“Another two-bowl morning?" - Damien Maslin asking Zoey Redbird if her love of cereal was the reason she was almost late for Vamp Soc class”
― P.C. Cast, quote from Betrayed

“Grandma Redbird: Honey, you have to move past this.
Zoey: How Grandma?
Grandma Redbird: By living the life she'd be proud of you for living.”
― P.C. Cast, quote from Betrayed

“She’s way too old to be acting a fool because she has a screwed-up mommy.” “Please. Just please with the blame-my-mommy-’cause-I’m-a-bitch crap,”
― P.C. Cast, quote from Betrayed

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P.C. Cast
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