3+ quotes from Revelation by Randi Cooley Wilson

Quotes from Revelation

Randi Cooley Wilson ·  314 pages

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“Her décor style matches her schizophrenic personality to perfection. A combination of Barbie meets Marilyn Manson. She’s the only person I know who can pull off pink combat boots, black nail polish, and dark black smoky eyeliner with a pink sundress and have it look adorably sexy.”
― Randi Cooley Wilson, quote from Revelation


“Hey, when the skies turn black, I will reach you. I will pull you from the darkness and bring you home. Always.”
― Randi Cooley Wilson, quote from Revelation


“So are you going to tell me why you're running around my home at midnight and yelling my name? Don't get me wrong, I'm flattered it's my name you're screaming, it's just now how I imagined you doing it" Asher”
― Randi Cooley Wilson, quote from Revelation


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Randi Cooley Wilson
Born place: in Massachusetts, The United States
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