Quotes from Mortal Danger

Eileen Wilks ·  393 pages

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“Dogs make sense. They understand hierarchy and the need to cooperate. They come when you call them. A cat though—a cat will take your number and get back to you. Maybe. If he’s in a good mood.”
― Eileen Wilks, quote from Mortal Danger


“Women were complicated creatures. Any man who thought he had one figured out simply wasn’t paying attention,”
― Eileen Wilks, quote from Mortal Danger


“She wasn’t entertainment for him. He
didn’t need her to make him laugh or bolster his ego or to figure him out so he wouldn’t have to. A lot of men who said they were looking for a relationship really wanted a combination sex buddy, therapist, and mirror.”
― Eileen Wilks, quote from Mortal Danger


“But when you slice truth too thin, you deceive.”
― Eileen Wilks, quote from Mortal Danger


“This was what she needed… the quiet turning to the other in the middle of the night, the wordless meeting of lips, skin, breath. The trust, unfurling one pale petal at a time, that he would be there.”
― Eileen Wilks, quote from Mortal Danger



“…the same kind of answers the stars are always trying to give us, she thought, when we look up and up at them. So high above, speaking in gradual whispers about time, about their own flaming hearts and the endless cold that lies between…”
― Eileen Wilks, quote from Mortal Danger


“Not knowing… that could be as hard to handle as despair.”
― Eileen Wilks, quote from Mortal Danger


“His eyes made her think of water at night—full of mysteries and hints, revealing little.”
― Eileen Wilks, quote from Mortal Danger


About the author

Eileen Wilks
Born place: Monahans, TX , The United States
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