5+ quotes from Goddess of the Sea by P.C. Cast

Quotes from Goddess of the Sea

P.C. Cast ·  404 pages

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“True love is not a potion one person can swallow and another refuse to drink. It happens only when the souls of two join together to form one”
― P.C. Cast, quote from Goddess of the Sea

“when the thrill of his body fades or changes, and the difficulties of pledging yourself to only one person surface, kindness will be the balm that soothes the wounds of life.”
― P.C. Cast, quote from Goddess of the Sea

“A sense of belonging is not physical. We cant find it by changing where we live or what we do. We have to carry it within us”
― P.C. Cast, quote from Goddess of the Sea

“Remember that I will be here', he said resolutely. 'For an eternity (...). I would wait for you for an eternity.”
― P.C. Cast, quote from Goddess of the Sea

“for when the thrill of his body fades or changes, and the difficulties of pledging yourself to only one person surface, kindness will be the balm that soothes the wounds of life.”
― P.C. Cast, quote from Goddess of the Sea

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P.C. Cast
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