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5+ quotes from Night Reigns by Dianne Duvall

Quotes from Night Reigns

Dianne Duvall ·  393 pages

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“You’re apologizing? Seriously, what happened to you? Have you been taken over by a pod person?”
― Dianne Duvall, quote from Night Reigns


“Growling, Marcus put all of his strength behind his next swing, deflecting the blow meant to sever his head and snapping Roy's blade in two.

Dumb ass. That's what happened when you puchased weapons off of cable shopping networks.”
― Dianne Duvall, quote from Night Reigns


“What did you think I would do? Ask her if I could braid her hair after we gave each other facials and painted our toenails?
Marcus”
― Dianne Duvall, quote from Night Reigns


“Reordon,” a male voice came over the line.
“Chris, it’s Marcus.”
“Hey, man. How’s it going?”
“Not that great. I wrecked my bike.”
“Ah, hell. Not the Hayabusa.”
“That’s the one.”
“Please tell me it’s just a scratch.”
Marcus studied the wreckage. “I’m sure if you sort through the debris, one or two pieces will have scratches on them.”
― Dianne Duvall, quote from Night Reigns


“That pronouncement went over about as well as an all-vegan buffet at a Cattlemen's Association dinner.”
― Dianne Duvall, quote from Night Reigns


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Dianne Duvall
Born place: The United States
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