Quotes from Code Name: Ghost

Natasza Waters ·  336 pages

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“His warrior's eyes met hers. "You're the reason. My compass home points toward you.”
― Natasza Waters, quote from Code Name: Ghost


“If a heart could actually swell with warmth, he knew his just had. He was the anchor and she was the beautiful vessel swinging around him drifting on a tropical sea, but he was in danger of dragging, and he knew it.”
― Natasza Waters, quote from Code Name: Ghost


“His helmet touched hers, and even through all the clothes and gear, she felt him squeeze her. "It's just like making love, Snow White, let go and feel," he said in a low voice, sending sparks ripping through her, squashing the fear and replacing it with desire.”
― Natasza Waters, quote from Code Name: Ghost


“There’s only so much luck and mercy God can offer, and I’ve used up my fair share, Pat. I can see her standing by my coffin, and I won’t do that to her.”
― Natasza Waters, quote from Code Name: Ghost


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Natasza Waters
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