Quotes from Tidal

Amanda Hocking ·  342 pages

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“There's one good thing about making mistakes.' Thea turned to her with a smile. 'You learn not to make them again.”
― Amanda Hocking, quote from Tidal

“And you'd be surprised what you can do to the people you love.”
― Amanda Hocking, quote from Tidal

“Nope. I'm just going to a bookstore,' Gemma replied. 'How dangerous could that be?”
― Amanda Hocking, quote from Tidal

“My mama didn't raise any fools and she didn't raise any heroes.”
― Amanda Hocking, quote from Tidal

“You can't go messing around with people's hearts. It never ends well, no matter how good your intentions might be" -Daniel”
― Amanda Hocking, quote from Tidal

“Of course I’m going to the front door like a stupid chick in a horror movie," he muttered. On his way to the door, he doubled back and grabbed a baseball bat from the closet. "Now I just have to remember not to go outside and ask if anyone is there.”
― Amanda Hocking, quote from Tidal

“Everything was ready to go. Except for her.”
― Amanda Hocking, quote from Tidal

About the author

Amanda Hocking
Born place: in Austin, Minnesota, The United States
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