Quotes from Samson's Lovely Mortal

Tina Folsom ·  262 pages

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“Bite me, damn it, or I'll kick you in the balls so hard, you'll scream into the next century!”
― Tina Folsom, quote from Samson's Lovely Mortal

“Champagne?" Carl asked.
"You know we don't drink champagne, Carl." Ricky laughed.
"Yes, but I don't think it's polite in mixed company to gulp down glasses of blood.”
― Tina Folsom, quote from Samson's Lovely Mortal

“May I have another one?" Her voice was smooth, silky, tempting.

Did she know this was foreplay?”
― Tina Folsom, quote from Samson's Lovely Mortal

“You are more beautiful than any woman I’ve ever met. And if there weren’t so many people here, I’d show you just how desirable I think you are.”
― Tina Folsom, quote from Samson's Lovely Mortal

“A humming sound alerted him to a message on his cell phone. He looked at it.
'She said yes'.
Yes! Yes! Yes!”
― Tina Folsom, quote from Samson's Lovely Mortal

“Open," he urged her in a soft voice.

Samson to Delilah”
― Tina Folsom, quote from Samson's Lovely Mortal

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