6+ quotes from Dance of the Gods by Nora Roberts

Quotes from Dance of the Gods

Nora Roberts ·  321 pages

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“No point in wishing for what you can't have. - Blair

What's the point in wishing for what you can and do? - Larken”
― Nora Roberts, quote from Dance of the Gods

“coffeepot, Glenna gave Blair’s arm an absent stroke. “Give you a”
― Nora Roberts, quote from Dance of the Gods

“have read my mind.” As she moved to the coffeepot, Glenna gave Blair’s arm an absent stroke. “Give you a hand?” “No, I got this. You’ve been taking the lion’s”
― Nora Roberts, quote from Dance of the Gods

“Maybe it was the post-battle itches, but Blair couldn’t settle. After another session with Glenna, everyone’s injuries were well on the mend, so they could train. They should train, she told herself. Maybe the sweat and”
― Nora Roberts, quote from Dance of the Gods

“quietly. “To the cliffs and caves, while we have the sun.” “There you go. They can’t come out. Nothing”
― Nora Roberts, quote from Dance of the Gods

“Man needs the comfort of the simple as much as he needs the glory”
― Nora Roberts, quote from Dance of the Gods

About the author

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