10+ quotes from Disastrous by E.L. Montes

Quotes from Disastrous

E.L. Montes ·  274 pages

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“That pissed me the hell off. I took in a deep breath and blurted out everything without thinking twice. “Fuck you! You want to know who I am, Marcus. Well here it goes! I am temperamental, over-sensitive, and outspoken. I’m honest! I cry at stupid love movies, and I'm a sucker for a romantic novel. I don’t allow people to walk all over me, I have trust issues, and I have insecurities. I’ve slept with four men in my entire life! And the one thing I don’t do is take shit from men who try to act like they’re better than me as if they don’t have any hidden skeletons! I’m not keeping shit hidden, how ‘bout you? You can fuck off. I'll find my own way home. Have a nice fucking life!” - Mia”
― E.L. Montes, quote from Disastrous


“Letting out a deep breath, he pressed his forehead down to mine. With his eyes closed, he whispered, “That’s what love is … It’s scary not knowing what’s expected, but I know it’ll be the best frightening love we’ve ever had.” - Marcus (Disastrous)”
― E.L. Montes, quote from Disastrous


“Make sure to tell our baby that his father loves him every day of his life, just like I will always love you every single day.”
― E.L. Montes, quote from Disastrous


“There is always someone judgin you, no matter how good a person you are. Hell you could be saint, and still there would be that one person who'll despise you.”
― E.L. Montes, quote from Disastrous


“Being with Marcus DeLuca was draining, frustrating, confusing, and extraordinary all at the same time." Mia (Disastrous)”
― E.L. Montes, quote from Disastrous


“Marcus DeLuca had to be a dangerous man because I was caving in too soon; it was just too soon to feel this attachment, to feel and want him so desperately. When something seems too good to be true, it’s exactly that. - Mia”
― E.L. Montes, quote from Disastrous


“That’s what love is … It’s scary not knowing what’s expected … but I know it’ll be the best frightening love we’ve ever had.”
― E.L. Montes, quote from Disastrous


“The headache from this emotional roller coaster known as Marcus DeLuca seemed to get worse. Seriously, it was so bad I could actually hear a knocking sound at this moment. I looked up at Jeremy; his eyes trailed to the front door. The knocking happened again. Oh, it wasn’t me; it was the actual door.”
― E.L. Montes, quote from Disastrous


“It’s true I shouldn’t worry what people will say. There is always someone judging you, no matter how good a person you are. Hell you could be a saint, and still there would be that one person who’ll despise you. -”
― E.L. Montes, quote from Disastrous


“There is always something peaceful and calming about the beach. The way it allows you to take in its beauty. It's like the ocean knows all your deepest, darkest secrets and thoughts. It doesn't judge you; instead, at that very moment all the pain and sadness you feel just drifts away along with the waves.”
― E.L. Montes, quote from Disastrous


About the author

E.L. Montes
Born place: in The United States
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