Quotes from Captured

Jasinda Wilder ·  400 pages

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“Reagan…god. Why is this so hard? He lifts his head, his eyes roaming, searching, wavering. He swallows and sighs, tries again. “I’ve never loved anyone before, Reagan. I don’t know how.”
“You’re doing just fine so far,” I tell him.”
― Jasinda Wilder, quote from Captured


“I had the love of my life. I married him. He died a prisoner of war from wounds received during combat with the enemy. I buried him.”
― Jasinda Wilder, quote from Captured


“I vowed to love and remain faithful to Tom in sickness and in health, till death do us part. Well, death parted us. Now what?”
― Jasinda Wilder, quote from Captured


“You’re beautiful, and you are wanted. I know I’m not supposed to feel that way about you, but fuck it. I do.”
― Jasinda Wilder, quote from Captured


“I love you. I’ll fight for you. For us. I’ll never give up, and I’ll love you more every day.”
― Jasinda Wilder, quote from Captured



“Tonight she’s sleepy. Dragging. She barely makes it up the stars, fumbling at her shirt and bra on the way. I help. Hehe, help.”
― Jasinda Wilder, quote from Captured


About the author

Jasinda Wilder
Born place: Detroit, MI, The United States
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