14+ quotes from Endless by Jessica Shirvington

Quotes from Endless

Jessica Shirvington ·  446 pages

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“It's my privilege to love you.”
― Jessica Shirvington, quote from Endless

Nothing is endless
I know that now
Let me go

-Violet's letter”
― Jessica Shirvington, quote from Endless

“It's too late!" I cried
"I thought that once, too. But it's never too late. You taught me that. Love can make us eternal.” Phoenix’s eyes closed, haunted to the end. “I'm sorry,” were his last words.
"I forgive you,” I sobbed, gripping onto him desperately. “I forgive you.”
It was too late.
All. Too. Late.”
― Jessica Shirvington, quote from Endless

“He was my partner, my soulmate. As my body started to weaken, he wrapped his arms around me, supporting me. He kept his focus until the last of the senses had floated from me to him and then, when it was just us, the kiss lingered as we stole a few extra seconds. We both knew it was wrong – but letting go seemed impossible..”
― Jessica Shirvington, quote from Endless

“Even the greatest bringers of justice will only find salvation in surrneder”
― Jessica Shirvington, quote from Endless

“His lips were soft, warm and felt overwhelmingly right against mine. I fell into it, oblivious to anything other than the safety in his touch. One by one, the senses flowed from me as he pulled them away and set them free. It must have hurt him. The senses hurt the hell out of me..”
― Jessica Shirvington, quote from Endless

“His words were so...Phoenix. A complication.”
― Jessica Shirvington, quote from Endless

“No man chooses evil because it is evil…he only mistakes it for happiness, the good he seeks.” Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley”
― Jessica Shirvington, quote from Endless

“Everybody, sooner or later, sits down to a banquet of consequences.” Robert Louis Stevenson”
― Jessica Shirvington, quote from Endless

“Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakens.” Carl Jung”
― Jessica Shirvington, quote from Endless

“Honey and spice and all things dangerous are nice.”
― Jessica Shirvington, quote from Endless

“Lincoln grinned. “The Academy owns a number of buildings. There are walkways between them.” I couldn’t take my eyes off the sky folk. “There are people wandering around in the sky, Linc. Explain this to me.” He laughed one of his low, secretive laughs. One that echoed through my entire body. One that told me he adored me. One that somehow I knew, out of everyone in the world, was reserved for me. The laugh that broke my heart. Breathe. “I’m glad you find me amusing. Less laughing, more telling!” He laughed again and I was about a second away from either throwing a punch or throwing myself at him when a woman’s voice caught our attention. “I”
― Jessica Shirvington, quote from Endless

“Once we started moving, Lincoln mumbled, “Really not the way I saw things panning out.” I raised an eyebrow. I’d half expected he’d pretend the earlier conversation never took place. “And where exactly did you see tonight finishing?” “With you on your back…”—he paused to see my eyes bug out before he chuckled and finished the sentence—“after collapsing from too much salsa.” He didn’t stop grinning. “Ha,”
― Jessica Shirvington, quote from Endless

“Dapper closed his eyes and started to say something quietly—chanting. “Gaelic,” Lincoln whispered in my ear, sending a shiver down my spine. After a minute or two, the living-room wall started to move toward us, the mantelpiece splitting in the middle, opening up like two massive doors. “Open sesame,” Zoe said, her voice filled with awe. Spence was grinning ear to ear. “I know, right! I’m waiting for the troll to come out and ask for a magic password.” I smiled at him. Griffin didn’t. He smacked Spence over the head instead. Salvatore”
― Jessica Shirvington, quote from Endless


About the author

Jessica Shirvington
Born date April 15, 1979
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