“This is love. Finally, he understood. This was what made sane men into fools.”
“You hear about people waiting too long to retire, then one of ’em gets sick. . .”
“The whole town is talking about you sleeping with her. I won’t have it.” Mac laughed,”
“And I’m not just saying that”
“bike. “Got the old girl out of”
“said softly, framing his son’s face”
“He’s bossy and pushy and—” “Totally smitten,”
“He’d fallen in love with a woman”
“Paths that cross will cross again.”
“In all of eternity, no faery born has overcome me in anything.'
Aaah. Pride goeth before the fall, my friend"--Irial stood and clasped Devlin's hand--"but you've already fallen, haven't you?'
And to that, Devlin had no answer.”
“Lots of people talk to animals...Not very many listen though...that's the problem.”
“And if you don´t commit? I asked. Your choice. But you miss what´s on the other side. What´s on the other side? "Ah" he smiled. "A happiness you cannot find alone”
“I'd rather be wrong to set you free than be right to do you harm (162).”
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