Susan Elizabeth Phillips Quotes

Susan Elizabeth Phillips Quotes: For a moment he could have sworn he smelled violets, which was very peculiar, since he had no idea what violets smelled like, except somehow he knew they smelled just like Lady Emma.
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Susan Elizabeth Phillips Quote: They've drunk everything in the house, including a pitcher of African violet plant food I'd just mixed up and was stupid enough to leave on the counter.
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Quotes about Susan Elizabeth Phillips: They reached the carriage house. When she turned the knob, he got all critical again.
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Quote about Susan Elizabeth Phillips: You're beautiful, every part of you. I love your hair, the way it looks, the way it feels. I love touching it, smelling it. I love the way you wrinkle your nose when you laugh. It makes me laugh, too, every time. And I love watching you eat. Sometimes you can't shovel it in fast enough, but when you get interested in a conversation, you forget there's anything in front of you. God knows, I love making love with you. I can't even talk about that without wanting you. I love your pathetic attachment to those seniors. I love how hard you work.
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Susan Elizabeth Phillips Sayings: I never thought I'd have to give you-a former Sunday School teacher-a lecture on ethics.
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Susan Elizabeth Phillips Saying: Cal 's eyes reflected a weird combination of frenzy and fear as he twisted toward his father.
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Sayings about Susan Elizabeth Phillips: I don't care how much evidence the state presented. I've never for one moment believed he murdered that waitress.
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Saying about Susan Elizabeth Phillips: I sure do miss that woman. Smart. Funny. Sweet. She never gave me a moment's trouble.
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Susan Elizabeth Phillips Quotes: All it means is that, while our minds may have trouble communicating, our bodies don't have any problem at all.
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Susan Elizabeth Phillips Quote: But even as she told herself that, she remembered the way Cal had looked today with his shirt off while he'd stood on the ladder and scraped the side of Annie's house. Watching those muscles bunch and flex every time he moved had made her crazy and she'd finally grabbed his shirt, thrown it at him, and delivered a stern lecture on the depletion of the ozone layer and skin cancer.
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Quotes about Susan Elizabeth Phillips: Gracie: You have an unusual house. Have you lived here long? Bobby Tom: A couple of years. I don't much like it myself, but the architect is real proud of it. She calls it urban Stone Age with a Japanese Tahitian influence. I sort of just call it ugly.
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Quote about Susan Elizabeth Phillips: Figure out what depletes you creatively and get it out out of your life. (This doesn't apply to spouse and kids.) Give yourself permission to put garbage on the screen. A lot of days it's the only way you'll be able to keep going. You can clean it up later.
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Susan Elizabeth Phillips Sayings: She loved Bram in a clear-eyed way she'd never loved her ex-husband, no rose-colored glasses or mindless giddiness, no Cinderella fantasies or false certainty that he'd put her life in order. What she felt for Bram was messy, honest, and soul-deep. He felt like... part of her, the best and the worst. Like someone she wanted to struggle through life with; share triumphs and catastrophes; share holidays, birthdays, every days
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Susan Elizabeth Phillips Saying: The final cover for Heroes Are My Weakness feels exactly right. It reflects the cold, wintry setting of an isolated island off the coast of Maine and the feisty spirit of a heroine who refuses to give up, even when the odds are stacked against her.
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Sayings about Susan Elizabeth Phillips: The door closed behind her (Phoebe), and the two men regarded each other for a moment. Viktor spoke first.
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