11+ quotes from Twist Me by Anna Zaires

Quotes from Twist Me

Anna Zaires ·  312 pages

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“He stands in the doorway like a dark angel. His hair curls a little around his face, softening the hard perfection of his features. His eyes are trained on my face, and his lips are curved in a slight smile. He's stunning. And utterly terrifying. My instincts had been right--this man is capable of anything.”
― Anna Zaires, quote from Twist Me

“He turns me inside out, take me apart, and puts me back together—all in the span of one night.”
― Anna Zaires, quote from Twist Me

“We look at each other--predator and prey, the conqueror and the conquered--and in that moment, I feel an odd sort of connection to him. Like a part of myself is forever altered by what's happening between us.”
― Anna Zaires, quote from Twist Me

“The devil does indeed wear a beautiful mask.”
― Anna Zaires, quote from Twist Me

“It’s not the sweet, tender kind of love I always dreamed of, but it’s love. Dark, twisted, and obsessive, it’s both a compulsion and an addiction.”
― Anna Zaires, quote from Twist Me

“I can feel the darkness inside him. There’s something wrong with him. His outer beauty hides something monstrous underneath.”
― Anna Zaires, quote from Twist Me

“I’m as relaxed as I’ve been since waking up on this island. If I hadn’t been blindfolded, bound, and sodomized, I would’ve thought I was in a spa.”
― Anna Zaires, quote from Twist Me

“And I know that’s what this feeling is. Lust. Hormones, pure and simple.”
― Anna Zaires, quote from Twist Me

“Normal men don’t kidnap girls from the park. They don’t drug them and bring them to a private island.”
― Anna Zaires, quote from Twist Me

“it was like to want to hurt someone, to crave their death.”
― Anna Zaires, quote from Twist Me

“Evil is someone who would murder a child,” Beth says, staring at the bright blue water. “Evil is someone who would sell his thirteen-year-old daughter to a Mexican brothel…”
― Anna Zaires, quote from Twist Me

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