Quotes from Deviant

Jaimie Roberts ·  388 pages

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“I’d always be watching her. And she knew now that she belonged to me. Every breath she took, every step she made, every smile she faked, I’d always be there, watching her, waiting for her.”
― Jaimie Roberts, quote from Deviant

“You seek havoc, but all you’ll end up finding is despair.”
― Jaimie Roberts, quote from Deviant

“As I circled the room like a lion about to pounce, another animal, bordering on domestic fucking cat stepped behind Tyler and grabbed her by the waist for a dance. I thought she was going to tell him no thanks, like the others, but instead she looked at me challengingly and accepted the man’s advances.”
― Jaimie Roberts, quote from Deviant

“Tyler was just like any other girl now. She was manipulative and greedy. She was a witch in fucking sexy high heels.”
― Jaimie Roberts, quote from Deviant

“You don’t know anything about me, Tyler. I would suggest you stop trying to fucking psychoanalyse me. I’ve already told you that I have no love to give. We fuck, that’s about it with you and me.”
― Jaimie Roberts, quote from Deviant


About the author

Jaimie Roberts
Born place: in London, The United Kingdom
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