Quotes from One Night with a Hero

Laura Kaye ·  173 pages

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“Thank God the Power Rangers showed up when they did, or he wouldn’t have been responsible for his actions.”
― Laura Kaye, quote from One Night with a Hero

“oh. It's an E.E. Cummings quote: 'It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are”
― Laura Kaye, quote from One Night with a Hero

“Yeah, well…No, I mean sex in my truck. Sex with a man I just met. Sex in a freaking parking lot.”

He grinned. ”That’s a lot of firsts.”
― Laura Kaye, quote from One Night with a Hero

“He carried Claire out of the room and down the steps, feeling the whole way like maybe he should hold onto the railing. “Ja. Nigh-nigh,” Claire said, big blue eyes looking at him. “Uh, sure.” He knew three languages, and none of them were helping him out right now.”
― Laura Kaye, quote from One Night with a Hero

“you could tell a lot about a person’s character by how they treated those who could do nothing for them.”
― Laura Kaye, quote from One Night with a Hero

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Laura Kaye
Born place: in The United States
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