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8+ quotes from Crimson Frost by Jennifer Estep

Quotes from Crimson Frost

Jennifer Estep ·  354 pages

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“Just another part of that Spartan killer instinct. I can slay the ladies just as well as I can reapers.”
― Jennifer Estep, quote from Crimson Frost

“I know that look. What are you up to, Gwen?"
"What makes you think I'm up to something?"
The Valkyrie snorted. "You're breathing, aren't you?”
― Jennifer Estep, quote from Crimson Frost

“What was it with people always trying to kill me in the library? Nickamedes so needed to put up warning signs. Danger: Working here could be hazardous to your health.”
― Jennifer Estep, quote from Crimson Frost

“No matter what happens, I'll always come back to you."

"Promise?" I asked in a shaky voice.

Logan's eyes burned with icy determination. "Promise.”
― Jennifer Estep, quote from Crimson Frost

“Let him look," he whispered and kissed me again.”
― Jennifer Estep, quote from Crimson Frost

“Now, even Nickamedes was being nice to me, which told me exactly how much trouble I was in.”
― Jennifer Estep, quote from Crimson Frost

“Maybe there was something to be said for creepy statues after all.”
― Jennifer Estep, quote from Crimson Frost

“I’ll meet you there, pumpkin,” Grandma said. “And I’ll bring my sword with me.”
― Jennifer Estep, quote from Crimson Frost

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