Quotes from Dinner with a Vampire

Abigail Gibbs ·  549 pages

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“Can you enter a house uninvited?"
"No."
"Why?"
"That would be rude.”
― Abigail Gibbs, quote from Dinner with a Vampire


“Kidnapped by a vampire, death by a squid. How tragic.”
― Abigail Gibbs, quote from Dinner with a Vampire


“Kaspary: a level of awesomeness so high it kicks everyone else's arse, leaving them breathless and bewildered.”
― Abigail Gibbs, quote from Dinner with a Vampire


“P.S. Murders kill for pleasure.
Vampires kill to survive.”
― Abigail Gibbs, quote from Dinner with a Vampire


“Even if that were so, how could I be happy as a vampire? There is no chance of me actually liking the idea of living forever. It's hopeless!'
Kasper faced straight ahead, glancing in his side mirror.He spoke softly, something like caring in his voice.'You don't know that, Girly! One day you might just find something worth living an eternity for.”
― Abigail Gibbs, quote from Dinner with a Vampire



“He sighed, his hands tangling themselves in my already-knotted hair. “Violet, don’t ever leave me. Whatever happens; however things get, just don’t go. Please.”
― Abigail Gibbs, quote from Dinner with a Vampire


“Never thought I'd see this moment, my voice said, full of the same breathlessness I felt as I looked up at him.
Neither did I,I replied.
'Girly?'
'I give up.'
'What?'
I took a deep breath.'I give in to you.' ”
― Abigail Gibbs, quote from Dinner with a Vampire


“I knew what I had left behind. The question was: What was I going to find ahead?”
― Abigail Gibbs, quote from Dinner with a Vampire


“One day you might just find something worth living an eternity for”
― Abigail Gibbs, quote from Dinner with a Vampire


“Handsome and brilliantly rich; their fatal flaw is murder.”
― Abigail Gibbs, quote from Dinner with a Vampire



“My mind told me he most have had a weapon; my eyes saw none.”
― Abigail Gibbs, quote from Dinner with a Vampire


About the author

Abigail Gibbs
Born place: in Devon, The United Kingdom
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