Quotes from Ice Cold

Tess Gerritsen ·  322 pages

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“... he knew that the cruelest of blows too often came with a smile.”
― Tess Gerritsen, quote from Ice Cold


“There's that unpredictability factor, that chance that something completely unexpected - something amazing - could happen. That's what makes life an adventure. Sometimes you just have to jump in and trust the universe.”
― Tess Gerritsen, quote from Ice Cold


“I believe that every experience, every wrong decision, teaches us something. That’s why we shouldn’t be afraid to make mistakes.”
― Tess Gerritsen, quote from Ice Cold


“We are so good at killing each other, she thought. Yet we fail so miserably at love.”
― Tess Gerritsen, quote from Ice Cold


“THE GIRL WAS TWENTY-THREE POUNDS OF NO! NO, BED! NO, SLEEP! No, no, no!”
― Tess Gerritsen, quote from Ice Cold



“That’s what makes life an adventure. Sometimes you just have to jump in and trust in the universe.”
― Tess Gerritsen, quote from Ice Cold


“There’s that unpredictability factor, that chance that something completely unexpected—something amazing—could happen. That’s what makes life an adventure. Sometimes you just have to jump in and trust in the universe.”
― Tess Gerritsen, quote from Ice Cold


“I am trapped in my own snowbound valley. I am the only one who can rescue me.”
― Tess Gerritsen, quote from Ice Cold


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Tess Gerritsen
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