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30+ quotes from Dance with the Devil by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Quotes from Dance with the Devil

Sherrilyn Kenyon ·  343 pages

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“I don't suffer from my insanity -- I enjoy every minute of it.”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“I wasn't born, I was unleashed.”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“I have found my star. She is beauty and grace. Elegance and goodness. My laughter in winter. She is courageous and strong. Bold and tempting. Unlike any other in all the universe, and I cannot touch her. I dare not even try." [Zarek]”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“I'm the top of the food chain and well...you're the food.”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“Forgiveness is the best part of valor...Discretion is easy. It's finding the courage to forgive yourself and others that is hard. [Acheron]”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“Even if I were lying on the sun itself, I would be freezing there without you. (Zarek)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“The Simi is environmentally sound. Eat everything except for hooves”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“Hopeless implies that at one time there was hope. And that's another word I don't understand. Hope only exists for people who have choices. [Zarek]”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“There is some pain that nothing heals" [Zarek}”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“Stars aren’t supposed to cry. They’re supposed to laugh. (Zarek)
How can I laugh when I have no heart? (Astrid)
You have a heart. (He placed her hand over his.) One that only beats for you, princess. (Zarek)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“Vengeance is a dish best served cold. (Thanatos)
We’re in Alaska, dickhead. Here everything is cold. (Zarek)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“No, he wasn't a pig. He was a lonely, hurt man who didn't know how to cope in a world that had turned its back on him. [Astrid]”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“Wake up, Astrid. Your psychotic criminal is playing with knives. (Sasha)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“Are you up? Dressing? (Astrid)
No. I’m pissing on your rug. What do you think I’m doing? (Zarek)
I’m blind. For all I know you really are peeing on my rug, which is a very nice rug incidentally, so I hope you’re kidding. (Astrid)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“What the matter, Zarek? You afraid to die? (Thanatos)
Dying’s easy. It’s living that’s hard. (Zarek)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“What are you? (Zarek)
I’m a nymph. (Astrid)
I hope you just left an important syllable off that word, princess. (Zarek)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“I just want to be warm. Just once let me be warm. Is there no star capable of sharing its fire with me? (Zarek)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“Is she okay? I mean, no offense, she sounds more mental than I do.”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“I hate you! (Artemis)
Oh, please don’t get my hopes up. You almost gave me a hard-on with that thought. At least tell me this time your hatred will last more than five minutes. (Acheron)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“There were only so many kicks a dog could take before it turned vicious.’ (Acheron)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“I assure you, princess, if you saw the real me, you’d run for cover. (Zarek)
Only if I knew you’d be waiting under that cover for me. (Astrid)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“The Simi is very environmentally sound. Eat everything except for hooves. I don’t like those, they hurt my teeth. Thanatos don’t have hooves, do he? (Simi)
No, Simi, he doesn’t. (Acheron)
Ooo, good eating tonight. I get a Daimon for barbecue. Can I go now, akri? Can I? Can I? Can I, please? (Simi)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“Zarek! I won’t leave you here to die. (Astrid)
It’s okay, princess. I don’t mind dying for you. (Zarek)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“What’s going on? (Astrid)
Not much. Some invincible asshole is trying to kill me. (Zarek)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“I have found my star. She is beauty and grace. Elegance and goodness. My laughter in winter. She is courageous and strong. Bold and tempting. Unlike any other in all the universe, and I cannot touch her. I dare not even try. Astrid or Aphrodite, she is my Circe. Only instead of changing a man into an animal she has made the animal human. I am such a fucking idiot, wanting a star I can’t have. But then, all stars are beyond human reach and I’m not even human. (Zarek)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“Because she’s Acheron companion. (Astrid)
Ash has a companion? (Zarek)
(The demon snorted. She stood up and whispered loudly in Astrid’s ear.)
Dark-Hunters are cute, but very stupid. (Simi)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“Alone at last. Oh, the pleasure of the pain. (Zarek)
You really do suffer from insanity, don’t you? (Thanatos)
Hardly. I have to say I enjoy every minute of it. (Zarek)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“Don’t push me, princess. (Zarek)
Oooo. Next thing you’ll be talking like the Incredible Hulk. ‘Don’t make me angry, you wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.’ You’re not scary to me, Mr. Zarek. So you can just check the attitude at the door and play nice while you’re here. (Astrid)
If you want nice, baby, play with your fucking dog. When you’re ready to play with a man, then call me. (Zarek)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“Then why haven’t you killed yourself? (Astrid)
Why should I? The only enjoyment I have in my life is knowing I piss off everyone around me. If I were dead, it would make them all happy. God forbid I should ever do that. (Zarek)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


“Dead or alive, the balls still hurt when kicked, huh? (Zarek)”
― Sherrilyn Kenyon, quote from Dance with the Devil


About the author

Sherrilyn Kenyon
Born place: in Ft. Benning, The United States
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