Quotes from Hudson

Laurelin Paige ·  350 pages

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“I can easily divide my life into two parts—before her and after.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“Mon amor. Mon precieux, I say at her ear. Mon cheri. Mon bien-aime.
My love. My precious. My cherished. My beloved.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“They tell the story of a man who’s drowning in his love for a woman. Drowning, but he can still breathe fine. The woman’s flawed, but to him, she’s perfect. She makes his head spin. She’s distracting and inspiring. And he’s so enamored with her that every part of him loves for every part of her. It’s a song about being open, about having no barriers. About loving with “all of me” and asking for “all of you” in return.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“I begin and end with her. It’s as simple and as profound as that. Our worlds have entwined and wrapped around each other’s completely. They’ve shaped into something new and fixed and whole. There is no longer her story or mine, but now and always, only ours.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“God, those eyes. Those eyes find me, every time.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson



“Because when you love someone,” she met my gaze in the mirror and said without a flicker in her confidence, “their world interests you more than your own. So much so that you disappear into them, and the only choice you have is to merge your life with theirs. Because otherwise, you cease to exist at all.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“I need her to obsess about me, to love me so deeply that it rocks her world, because it’s how I love her.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“My commitment runs deep, and there’s no end to it. She’s inside me, wrapped around me like a tumor. There’s no way to cut her away without cutting into me. Without killing me.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“I need her like I need air to breathe.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“No one but her, never before, never again.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson



“Do you think your ugly is any different to mine?”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“I don’t want to go through this. I don’t want to be without her. I don’t want to miss her like I do, longing for her taste, her touch, her sounds. I don’t want to be reborn in this new world, a world that means nothing in her absence. I don’t want to be in this life without her.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“I’ll love her like this, without words, but with my life.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“How could I be expected to identify light when I dwell in total darkness myself?”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


Because when you love someone," she'd met my eyes and answered without a flicker in her confidence, "their world interests you more than your own.
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson



“And I love you.” I’ll tell her as many times as she wants to hear it. As many times as she lets me say it. And though this may be the last time I hold her like this, the last time I get to bask in her sun, I know I’ll never stop saying the words that have rested so deeply in me for so long. “I love you, I love you. I love you.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“Then she turns toward the audience, and my breathe catches. Even here, twelve rows away, I can tell she’s the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“God, she’s amazing. She’s everything that I never knew I wanted. I’m addicted to her—she’s my drug and I can’t get enough of my fix. But she’s also just the opposite. She’s my cure. She’s a balm that eases and relieves me. She’s rehabilitation. She’s remedy. She’s reason.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“It’s unbelievable that she can turn me inside out like this. That she can bring a powerful man like me to my knees. I’m helpless about her. I’m hopeless without her.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“The things she thinks are her flaws are the very aspects of her that I adore most.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson



“I’m lost in her and found in her all at once.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“I begin and end with her. It's as simple and as profound as that. Our worlds have entwined and wrapped around each others completely. Then shaped into something new and fixed and whole. There is no longer her story or mine. But now and always, only ours.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“Here I am, precious. I give myself freely. All of me, Alayna. No more walls or secrets or games or lies. I give you all of me, honestly. For forever, if you’ll take it.” It’s the most naked that I’ve ever been. The most vulnerable. And the absolutely most honest.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“I can’t imagine a without her. Even while we’re apart, she’s still so present in my life.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“I’m breaking all my rules with this woman, acting outside my very nature. Maybe other men have survived her flames, but I fear I’m already burning.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson



“but frankly I don’t care what Alayna thinks of me just as long as she thinks of me at all.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“As we settle together, spiraling down from bliss, I land in a space of clarity. I stop worrying if it’s going to be Alayna that falls apart from this affair and start accepting that it’s going to be me.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“Everything in my world is dimmed next to the spotlight of my precious Alayna.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“International trade seems to be the topic of the night, but there are a few differentiations—one talk is about the newest tax codes and how they can better benefit corporations. Snore. Another presents a variation on an old business model. It’s an original idea, but not practical. By the time the fifth student finishes, I’ve met my limit. I nudge Celia out of her reverie. “I’m ready to go,” I begin to say, but stop myself before I get the words out. The woman ascending the stairs to the stage has caught my eye, and all thoughts of leaving disappear. Something about the way she moves is captivating—the wiggle of her hips suggests an undercurrent of sexuality, and her back is straight with confidence. Then she turns toward the audience, and my breathe catches. Even here, twelve rows away, I can tell she’s the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen. Her dark brown hair falls just so around her face, accentuating sharp cheekbones. Her eyes are dark. Her short dress reveals long, lean legs. The modest cleavage of her outfit can’t hide perfectly plump tits. There’s something else—something about her carriage that makes me sit up and take notice. And she hasn’t even spoken yet.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson


“I love Alayna Withers. And each drop of that love is so laced with pain that it travels through my veins like acid, burning and scarring me from the inside out.”
― Laurelin Paige, quote from Hudson



About the author

Laurelin Paige
Born place: in The United States
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