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10+ quotes from Kiss of Steel by Bec McMaster

Quotes from Kiss of Steel

Bec McMaster ·  423 pages

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“I am tempted to incapacitate him with the hemlock and then castrate him.”
Lena paled. “I don’t think that would be very wise,” she said. “And the only knife we own is what I use for the cooking. You’re not using that.”
“I was planning on using a spoon,” Honoria replied.”
― Bec McMaster, quote from Kiss of Steel


“You're staring."

"Can't 'elp meself, he replied. You were made to be stared at.”
― Bec McMaster, quote from Kiss of Steel


“Easy, luv. Don't stir the devil, or you'll 'ave to pay the consequences."

"I'm not sure I have any coin on me," she said leaning closer and kissing the stubbled roughness of his jaw. "Do you think he would accept my favors instead?" A sultry whisper in his ear.

Blade groaned, "Bloody 'ell, Honor. Don't tease a man so."

"But it's so very exciting.”
― Bec McMaster, quote from Kiss of Steel


“Looking up, he met her startled gaze. 'Let down your guard, Honor. Let me in. Let me love you.' He kissed her lips, tasted the sweetness of her breath. 'Trust me. I won't ever 'urt you.”
― Bec McMaster, quote from Kiss of Steel


“Aye, then.Come and dance with the Ech'lon. You can be me bloody retinue. King o' Fools and 'is merry band o' jesters. If they don't laugh us out o' the tower, it'll be a bleedin' miracle.”
― Bec McMaster, quote from Kiss of Steel


“Sweet dreams,luv."His smile suddenly blazed as though he knew what her dreams would be full of."I know mine will be.”
― Bec McMaster, quote from Kiss of Steel


“Honoria clung to him, her heart and mind racing. What did she want of this? A moment of tumbled passion, a few nights of escape from dreariness of her life? or more?
Someone to love her. Someone to hold her on his arms, to tell her that she was the center of his world. Some one to trust. Someone to love back.”
― Bec McMaster, quote from Kiss of Steel


“Here, now. What have we here?' Blade whispered. 'A little kitten, all of my own,' he purred. 'Far from home'.”
― Bec McMaster, quote from Kiss of Steel


“Here, now. What have we here?" Blade whispered. "A little kitten, all of my own," he purred. "Far from home.”
― Bec McMaster, quote from Kiss of Steel


“Does a pistol murder a man? Or is it the man who pulls the trigger? Can we blame a rabid dog who tears apart a child? Or should we blame the one who kicked and starved and tortured it?”
― Bec McMaster, quote from Kiss of Steel


About the author

Bec McMaster
Born place: in Australia
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