As we already promised before, we wanted to spice things up a little and add a few different Features to make our blog more fun and interesting! One of these features is Picture This, then we have a new Wednesday Feature called Pre-Squee and today, we have the second installment of Bewitching Words and Whispers.
In Bewitching Words and Whispers, we are going to share some of our favorite quotes that we’ve selected from the books we’ve read lately! Here we go!
I actually pick two quotes that belong together and are one of the most emotional parts of Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas !
“I don’t care what you say and how much you protest. I claim you as my friend” – Caleana, Heir of Fire
He nodded, and she joined hands with him, blood to blood and soul to soul, his other arm coming around to grip her tightly. Their hands clasped between them, he whispered into her ear, ” I claim you, too, Aelin Galanthynius” - Rowan, Heir of Fire
I picked these quotes because I fell so deeply in love with Rowan and I loved the connection Caleana and Rowan formed. It’s not love in a romantic way but it goes just as deeply!! I’m still swooning thinking about this!
I picked a passage from book four of the Glamourist Histories by Mary Robinette Kowal, Valour and Vanity.
“Perhaps. It might require some exploration.” Jane rose on her toes and whispered to Vincent one of the phrases that she had heard the two men use when discussing their adventures with the fairer sex. Pressed as she was against her husband, the effect of her suggestion was immediately felt. “Is that language salty enough?”
I just love how Jane and Vincent’s marriage and relationship has evolved over the course of the series. Even though they go through some really hard times in this book, they come out with an even stronger and bolder relationship in the end.
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