5+ quotes from Born in Shame by Nora Roberts

Quotes from Born in Shame

Nora Roberts ·  371 pages

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“Tom: If you love with kindness, even when you can't love with permanence, you'll deserve the one who's worthy along that path for you.”
― Nora Roberts, quote from Born in Shame


“Shannon: Only the living suffered. Only they were riddled with guilt and regret and unanswered questions.”
― Nora Roberts, quote from Born in Shame


“Some prefer the wildness. Some the calm. There's enough of both in the world for everyone to have their choice. And enough time for any to change their mind.”
― Nora Roberts, quote from Born in Shame


“Well, I'd find sleeping with you a pleasant thing, but I'd prefer making love with you a few dozen times first.”
― Nora Roberts, quote from Born in Shame


“I know what it is to tumble into love and not be able to find your way out, no matter how foolish it makes you. Don”
― Nora Roberts, quote from Born in Shame


About the author

Nora Roberts
Born place: in Silver Spring, Maryland, The United States
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