18+ quotes from The Devil's Eyes by Jennifer Loren

Quotes from The Devil's Eyes

Jennifer Loren ·  402 pages

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“...did you have parents or did the devil just create you from some spare parts?”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“People say exactly what they mean when they are angry. That's when they are the most free to do so. They may not mean to hurt you, but they always mean what they say.”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“Did you just roll your eyes at me?"
"Yes, I did and you better get used to it if you're going to say stupid things.”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“No, but I do read a lot. I love to read. I could read for days and never stop. I use to be such a bookworm. I would barely look up to notice much of anything.”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“Oh my! Did you see him?' Exie stops abruptly and turns to watch a man who smiles at her. ' Ooh yeah, he is fine.'
'You're not going to stop to talk to him?'
'Why ruin what we have by getting to know him?' She said with a wink.”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“She is not too good about sharing and I am not too good with having to listen her complain. So, please stay away from her.”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“I have the body - they didn't have to tell me that - or that I am innocent looking enough to drive the man crazy, but I blushed when they call me pretty.”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“Few approach Nick the rest of the night, I am the only one brave enough to take him his specially made tea. "Thank you", he said barely glancing up at me.
"You're welcome", I said waiting for him to look up at me but he won't. I have to force myself to say something before the doubt takes me over. " That guy was wrong, but you should have ignored her to begin with. She would have been humiliated enough by that alone. Your ego got in the way of your judgment." I said before walking away proudly.”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“You could recognize him from any angle: lean tall stature, deep black hair, and a walk that had an air of authority - like no one could possibly have anything to say that was of any importance to him”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“...he walks out the door making eye contact with me for only a second. It was at that moment that he lured me in. I was captivated by him and, for the first time, I understood his power. Nicholas Jayzon commanded attention when he walked into a room.”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“After what I told her and she still wants me to date her son? He must be a perfectly wonderful catch.”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“I'm Exie and despite what you may hear I am the best dancer here. No one else compares. So, don't even think you're going to come in here and take my time slots.
With a slight smile,' Well, if you're that good then you shouldn't have to worry about it, should you' I said.
Exie's bright smile forms smoothly across her face, 'I like you...”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“Hot as hell isn't he?' Exie questioned from over my shoulder.
'Yeah, I guess he is'
'You guess? Are you blind? Girl, he is so fine it's scary. I nearly had an orgasm the other day when he asked me a cup of tea. But don't stare too hard, Meagan will scratch your eyes out if she catches you staring at her man.' Exie said with a high eyebrow warning.”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“Nick almost breaks a full smile when the men around him laugh aloud. "I don't kiss on the cheek." He said smoothly giving her the opportunity to end it there, but instead, she drags the bride over to him and asks again.”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“Nick snatches the picture from the man's hand and laughs. "This is funny to you, asshole?"
Nick tosses the picture back behind him. "No. No, it's not. What is funny is that you believe your whore of a wife."
"Stand up your spineless punk!" The man yells in sheer rage.”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“She is a mess, her dress once pulled together long and fresh, now drooping and awkwardly weighted to one side of her head. "What happened? Are you okay?" The women clamor around her.
Nick walks out in perfect order and perfect swagger, passing her with a downward glance. "You forgot your panties". He said tossing her underwear onto the table in front of her. After being embarrassingly ignored by the group of debutants, the nearby college boys feel justified by the turn of events and break into hysterics. Slinking out the side door, the mortified women exit without another word.”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“Oh, that boy is in so much trouble.' Exie screeches out of the parking lot as if Jerran can hear her.”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes

“The last time I saw him, I didn't breath again until he had dressed himself completely. From the crack in my sister's door, I saw him get out of her bed and inhale, as if he had accomplished his mission for the day.”
― Jennifer Loren, quote from The Devil's Eyes


About the author

Jennifer Loren
Born place: Louisville, The United States
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