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Quotes from Take a Chance

Abbi Glines ·  234 pages

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“Three kinds of women in this world. The kind that suck you dry and leave you with nothing. The kind that only want a good time. And the kind that make life worth a damn. That last kind . . . the right woman’s the one who gives as much as she takes, and you can’t get enough. She’s the kind . . . if you lose her, you lose yourself.”
― Abbi Glines, quote from Take a Chance

“The gun, man. Remember the gun. My woman comes armed,” Rush warned.”
― Abbi Glines, quote from Take a Chance

“My heart may not be whole, but it still beats.”
― Abbi Glines, quote from Take a Chance

“I wanted her to understand. I wanted her forgiveness, and I wanted her to know I cherished what she had given me. No one or nothing would ever be that special for me again. I would never forget it. Maybe it was best for both of us if that was all she was willing to do. That night when I had been inside of her, I had been shown something much deeper than I ever imagined. It scared the hell out of me.”
― Abbi Glines, quote from Take a Chance

“When you tell her you slept with Nan after taking Harlow’s virginity then I’d duck, because the gun will come out, and this time I’m pretty damn sure she’ll pull the trigger,”
― Abbi Glines, quote from Take a Chance

“You smell like heaven and hell all wrapped up into one"--Grant”
― Abbi Glines, quote from Take a Chance

“I was dead. That was the only explanation for this. I had made it to a place where little, sexy, dirty angels made men’s fantasies come to life.”
― Abbi Glines, quote from Take a Chance

“I want you. I’ve wanted you since the moment I laid eyes on you. When I was buried inside of you I knew then I was sunk. Those pretty hazel eyes and angelic smile had started digging inside me and making themselves at home in my heart. But that night . . . you claimed me, and I can’t shake it. I can’t forget it.”
― Abbi Glines, quote from Take a Chance

“You’re just the special one. He loved your mother. She was his world and when she died you became his world. That’s just the way it is, and I’m damn happy he gives a shit when it comes to you,” Mase told her.”
― Abbi Glines, quote from Take a Chance

“My time in Rosemary was over much sooner than I’d expected.

But the memory was mine to keep.”
― Abbi Glines, quote from Take a Chance

“was just that she was such a bitch.”
― Abbi Glines, quote from Take a Chance

“Harlow, do you realize that you’re breathtaking? Just looking at you can become addictive.”
― Abbi Glines, quote from Take a Chance

“I’ll call you when I’m on my way home. Don’t shoot Grant if he comes over there.” Rush grinned then hung up the phone.”
― Abbi Glines, quote from Take a Chance

“You’re all I can think about, Harlow. Where I’m headed is new to me, but I damn well want to go there as long as that’s where you’ll be. You’re worried about getting hurt, but I don’t think you understand yet that you’re holding all the damn cards, sweet girl. All the damn cards.”
― Abbi Glines, quote from Take a Chance

About the author

Abbi Glines
Born place: in Birmingham, Alabama
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