Quotes from Spellbound

Cara Lynn Shultz ·  341 pages

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“She was so cold, she probably farted ice cubes.”
― Cara Lynn Shultz, quote from Spellbound


“The U.S. Postal Service should hire him for an ad campaign. If he were at the mailbox every time you sent a letter, no one would use email ever again.”
― Cara Lynn Shultz, quote from Spellbound


“Do I look like a freaking fairy - tale princess to you?”
― Cara Lynn Shultz, quote from Spellbound


“- I was a tired mess. My eyes didn't just have bags - they had five-piece luggage sets.”
― Cara Lynn Shultz, quote from Spellbound


“I longed to know what it felt like to have one person eclipse everything bad in your life - be a place of pure joy.”
― Cara Lynn Shultz, quote from Spellbound



“Want to start a fairy-tale romance with me? BTW it might be doomed, k?”
― Cara Lynn Shultz, quote from Spellbound


“This guy had more lines than loose-leaf.”
― Cara Lynn Shultz, quote from Spellbound


“Oh, come on, Ash, that smells like a unicorn fart.”
― Cara Lynn Shultz, quote from Spellbound


“What I was hungry for was sitting nonchalantly next to me on the couch.”
― Cara Lynn Shultz, quote from Spellbound


“I got lost in my doodles, and started daydreaming.”
― Cara Lynn Shultz, quote from Spellbound



“I go running in the park all the time. I guess I never looked up.”
― Cara Lynn Shultz, quote from Spellbound


“What's a girl to do when meeting The One means she's cursed to die a horrible death?”
― Cara Lynn Shultz, quote from Spellbound


“I wasn’t exactly a stranger to feeling like a princess—if you meant the princess in the first half of the fairy tale. Cinderella as a scullery maid. Snow White with the wicked stepmother. But I wasn’t used to what life was like after you meet the prince, after the slipper fits, after the kiss wakes you from your slumber. It would take some getting used to.”
― Cara Lynn Shultz, quote from Spellbound


“I felt myself fall more deeply in love with him, with this strangely perfect person who for some reason, decided to love me back.”
― Cara Lynn Shultz, quote from Spellbound


“i longed to know what it felt like to have one person eclipse everything bad in your life- be a pure place of joy”
― Cara Lynn Shultz, quote from Spellbound



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