Quotes from The Emperor's Conspiracy

Michelle Diener ·  336 pages

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“She hadn't seen him since yesterday, and Charlotte did not understand the sensation that gripped her at the sight of him.
As if she were a lightning rod, waiting for the storm above to strike. As if she had lost all control over her life and was thrown into chaos.”
― Michelle Diener, quote from The Emperor's Conspiracy

“He was all but shouting, stalking toward her. He grabbed her arms and gave her a little shake. "This time, the bastards don't win. I win."
"What do you win?" she whispered.
He bent his head and crushed his lips to hers.”
― Michelle Diener, quote from The Emperor's Conspiracy

“I think he's quite aware , as is everyone here, that you don't need to worm your way into my bed, Miss Raven." He stepped away from her. "You need only crook your finger and I would be ripping your clothes off your body.”
― Michelle Diener, quote from The Emperor's Conspiracy

“She smiled at the idea of being a captive princess in the rookeries, or a restrained mouse in the glitter of the ton.”
― Michelle Diener, quote from The Emperor's Conspiracy

“Of anyone, I know better than most we are what we make ourselves.”
― Michelle Diener, quote from The Emperor's Conspiracy

“You're a hope-killer. 'Cause at least if you'd done it on your back, that's something we c'n understand. Something we c'n do ourselves. But kindness? Luck like that-- it's a million-to-one chance, and you already took the one chance going.”
― Michelle Diener, quote from The Emperor's Conspiracy

About the author

Michelle Diener
Born place: London, The United Kingdom
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