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1. "I wanna know Maddy Walker. The real one. The one who stole my heart."
Author: Annie Brewer
2. "David,you're my true love, why did we wait so long to get together? I don't care what the world says. Let's defy them all, my darling.- Maddy"
Author: Hailey Abbott
3. "The werewolf Senate hadn't been happy with the idea of a human alpha, and there wasn't a day that went by that I didn't think about the fact that I had something most male Weres wanted very, very badly...Maddy. Lake. Lily, Katie, Sloane, Avie, Sophie..."
Author: Jennifer Lynn Barnes
4. "I know you," said Maddy. "You're -""What's a name?" Loki grinned. "Wear it like a coat; turn it, burn it, throw it aside, and borrow another. One-Eye knows; you should ask him.""But Loki died," she said, shaking her head. "He died on the field at Ragnarok.""Not quite." He pulled a face. "You know there's rather a lot the Oracle didn't foretell, and old tales have a habit of getting twisted.""But in any case, that was centuries ago," Maddy said bewildered. "I mean - that was the End of the World, wasn't it?""So?" said Loki impatiently. "This isn't the first time the world has come to an end, and it won't be the last either."
Author: Joanne Harris
5. "As she grew older, Maddy discovered that she had disappointed almost everyone. An awkward girl with a sullen mouth, a curtain of hair, and a tendency to slouch, she had neither Mae's sweet nature nor sweet face. Her eyes were rather beautiful, but few people ever noticed this, and it was widely believed Maddy was ugly, a troublemaker, too clever for her own good, too stubborn - or too slack - to change.Of course, folk agreed that it was not her fault she was so brown or her sister so pretty, but a smile costs nothing, as the saying goes, and if only the girl had made an effort once in a while, or even showed a little gratitude for all the help and free advice, then maybe she would have settled down."
Author: Joanne Harris
6. "Nat Parson says it's the devil's mark.""Nat Parson's a gobshite."Maddy was torn between a natural feeling of sacrilege and a deep admiration of anyone who dared call a parson 'gobshite."
Author: Joanne Harris
7. "A few weeks ago I had a dream. I dreamed I was back at the house, in the red room, reading my microeconomics textbook. Maddy outside playing with Hope, and Agnes was preparing dinner. It was just like old times. I was elated. I knew all along that they weren't really dead. It was all just a terrible mistake. Maddy joined me in the library. Strangely, she didn't smell like anything. Not her usual crème brulee or green apples or candy. That's when I realized she was dead, though I didn't know I was dreaming. She apologized for everything and then proceeded to explain why things had turned out the way they had. Her story made complete sense. It was what I needed to hear. Finally I had an answer. Finally I could let go. And then she vanishedWhen I woke up, in a pool of sweat, I couldn't remember a thing Maddy had said."
Author: Katherine Easer
8. "You'd think that would have been forgotten long ago. But no, no sooner has a little grass grown over it than some clumsy camel comes along and rakes it all up again."Caroline giggled. She was probably imagining Aunt Glenda as a camel."This is not a TV series, Maddy," said Lady Arista sharply."Thank goodness, no, it isn't," said Great-aunt Maddy. "If it were, I'd have lost track of the plot ages ago."
Author: Kerstin Gier
9. "Enough. You're going to make yourself sick." He clasped her hand to help her up.She reluctantly let him. "But I haven't eaten more than a regular meal.""Lass, there's more where that came from. You doona have to behave like it's your last meal."She laughed without humor. "Spoken like a man who's never missed one."-Maddy"
Author: Kresley Cole
10. "The baby closed its mouth, staring at him with hope and small hiccups."Jesus," he said. He lay down on the bed, pulling the pillow under his head, and drew the whole bundle of coat, shawl and infant up against his shirt. A tiny hand closed tight on the lace. One sob erupted, and then changed midbreath to a soft sigh.Women, he thought sardonically, sinking in the bedclothes, with sleep revolving and closing in his head. He moved one finger, feeling a cheek as soft as down.What's your name?Ask the girl. Remember that…Maddy…It was wrong. I must leave thee now.Don't cry. Don't cry, little girl… I'm so tired. I never deserved you, did I? Maddy… but I loved you.I always loved you."
Author: Laura Kinsale
11. "The past two weeks have been like something from a dream. I've been very happy here …with you…but I have another life to return to. It's time I went home.""Where is home, Maddy?""Another world away," she said, thinking bleakly of the remote country estate where she would spend the rest of her life as Lord Clifton's wife, giving birth to his children and striving to please him."
Author: Lisa Kleypas
12. "I love you Maddy." His lips raked hungrily over her cheek."It scares the hell out of me to say that; I've always thought of love as a weakness. I still do. But I can't be with you and not say it...and I can't let you go." He cupped her head in his large hands and kissed her on the mouth, searching deeply, exploring with a rough tenderness that devastated her. "Let me love you," he said, his voice turning hoarse. "Let me take care of you." His mouth crushed hers in sweet, raw need, and he kissed her over and over, until every inch of her skin was suffused with heat."
Author: Lisa Kleypas
13. "Madeleine saved herself when she was abducted. Taken while she was a scared woman, one who'd once been veiwed as nothing more than weak and easily controlled, she'd proven that she had the heart of a lion, that she had the spirit of a warrior, that her strength didnt exist only in her ability to fight, but in her ability to endure, in her ability to survive.Most importantly, through her strength and her bravery, Maddy had not only saved herself, but also Aaron: By opening her eyes and discovering that hidden deeply within the recesses of the executioner's soul, there was goodness, there was compassion, there was love and there was honor; but above it all...deep within the infinite darkness...There was light."
Author: M.S. Willis
14. "Dream of me, Maddy. See me as I want to be; not the nightmare who torments you, but the devoted and mystified man who worships at your feet."
Author: M.S. Willis
15. "She was meant to be his destruction…A pawn played in a perilous game between father and son…Yet, her strength was more than either man could imagine.As Maddy learns to save herself…She becomes the one thing that could set the son free"
Author: M.S. Willis
16. "However, still not quite trusting Xander's words, Maddy moved to the opposite corner of the room, as far from the bed as possible. She watched as his shoulders shook with silent laughter. "If I wanted to take you, Cricket, the distance you put between the bed and yourself wouldn't prevent me from doing so."
Author: M.S. Willis
17. "Dylan, in her skintight black jeans, safety-pinned shirt, and bulky armbands, with her hair sticking out in every direction and that black freshly smeared around her eyes, doesn't just smile, doesn't just walk toward Maddy and put her arms around her. No. Instead, every muscle in her whole body seems to lose all tension, her step forward resembles a skip, and she lets out a hey that might as well say, I love you, you are so beautiful, no one in the world is as amazing as you are."
Author: Nina LaCour
18. "I have to go. I'll just say goodbye to David and Theo." Pilar kissed Maddy lightly, absently onthe cheek, and made the girl's color come up. "See you later.""Yeah, okay. How come they're for me?" she asked Tyler."Because I hear you did good." He held them out. "You want them or not?""Yeah, I want them." She took them, noted the little flutter in her belly as she sniffed. A kind ofmuscle reflex, she supposed it was. A nice one. "Nobody ever gave me flowers before."
Author: Nora Roberts
19. "When she was settled in the car beside Tyler, Maddy folded her hands on her lap. "I've got twothings I want to ask you.""Sure. Shoot.""If I were, like, ten years older and had actual breasts, would you go for me?""Jesus, Maddy.""I don't have a crush on you or anything. I sort of did when we first moved here, but I got over it.You're too old for me, and I'm not ready for a serious relationship, or sex.""Damn right you're not.""But when I am ready, I want to know if a guy would go for me. Theoretically."
Author: Nora Roberts
20. "Okay." She gave a quick snort when Margaret went out. "You're such a dork.""Excuse me?""She was hitting on you and you're, like, oblivious.""She wasn't hitting on me and you're not supposed to talk that way.""Was too." Maddy slid onto a stool at the bar. "Women know these things.""Maybe, but you don't qualify as a woman.""I've had my period."He'd started to drink, had to set the glass back down as he winced. "Please.""It's a biological function. And when a female is physically able to conceive, she is, physically, awoman.""Fine. Great." It wasn't a debate he wanted to enter into. "Shut up." He let the wine, such as itwas, lie on his tongue. It was unsophisticated to say the least, highly acidic and oversweet thanks tothe sugar she must have adde"
Author: Nora Roberts
21. "We got distracted. Ty said I could come to the tasting.""Maddy—""Please. He's going to put my wine in."David glanced over. "You're a brave man, MacMillan.""You never spent an evening chugging any Run, Walk and Fall Down?"With a grin, David covered Maddy's ears. "Once or twice, and fortunately I lived to regret it.Your wine club might object to the addition.""Yeah." The thought of that tickled Ty, too. "It'll broaden their outlook.""Or poison them.""Please, Dad. It's for science."
Author: Nora Roberts
22. "What's she crying for now?" Theo wanted to know as Pilar clung to his father and sobbed."Women wait until it's over before they cry, especially when it's important." Maddy studied theway her father turned his face into Pilar's hair. "This is important"
Author: Nora Roberts
23. "I've got to have wheels," Theo called after him, and swore under his breath as he heard his fatherwalk down the stairs. "You might as well be dead out here without wheels." He flopped back on thebed to brood up at the ceiling.Maddy just shook her head. "You're such a moron, Theo.""You're so ugly, Maddy.""You're never going to get a car if you nag him. If I help you get a car, you have to drive me to themall twelve times, without being mean about it.""How are you going to help me get a car, you little geek?" But he was already considering. Shealmost always got what she wanted.She sauntered into the room, made herself at home. "First the deal. Then we discuss"
Author: Nora Roberts
24. "My family's caused your pain," she said to Theo and Maddy. "I'm head of the family andresponsible for that pain.""Dad works for you. He was doing his job." As his stomach continued to shudder, Theo clenchedhis teeth. "It's that bastard's fault, not yours. Is he in jail?""No. They've yet to find him. It appears he's run."
Author: Nora Roberts
25. "Sorry, bad wing."When Theo kissed him, surprise and pleasure flustered him. He couldn't remember the last timethis boy, this young man, had done so. "God, I'm glad to see you." He pressed his lips to his daughter'shair, leaned into his son. "So glad to see you.""Don't ever do that again." Maddy kept her face pressed against his chest. She could smell him,feel his heart beat. "Not ever again."
Author: Nora Roberts
26. "Obligingly, visions of sports cars dancing in his head, Theo plopped down on the couch. "Can welook at convertibles? It'd be so cool to tool around with the top down. Chicks really dig on that.""Jeez, Theo." Maddy turned herself around until she was kneeling, her hands resting on David'sknees. "You don't score a convertible by telling him you're going to use it to pick up girls. Anyway,shut up so Dad can tell us how he wants to ask Ms. Giambelli to marry him."David's grin at the first half of her statement faded. "How the hell do you do that?" he demanded."It's spooky.""It's just following logic. That's what you wanted to tell us, right?""I wanted to talk to you about it. Any point in doing that now?""Dad." Theo gave him a manly pat. "It's cool.""Thank you, Theo. Maddy?""When you have a family, you're supposed to stay with them. Sometimes people don't—""Maddy—""Uh-uh." She shook her head. "She'll stay because she wants to. Maybe sometimes that's better."
Author: Nora Roberts
27. "She rolled onto her back on her father's bed, lifted her legs to the ceiling. They were clad in herusual black, but she was starting to get sort of tired of it. "Can I get a tattoo instead?""Oh sure. We'll all go get one this weekend." He turned. "How do I look?"Maddy cocked her head, considered. "Better than average.""You're such a comfort to me, Maddy.""If I get an A on my science report, can I get my nose pierced?""If Theo gets an A on anything, I might consider letting him get his nose pierced."Since both ends of the statement were equally farfetched, she laughed. "Come on, Dad.""Gotta go."
Author: Nora Roberts
28. "Can you be bought?" Pilar demanded.Maddy slid into the booth, grinned. "Sure.""Let's negotiate." Pilar sat down beside her."
Author: Nora Roberts
29. "He paused byTheo's door, knocked with his free hand."Get lost, creep."David looked down at Maddy. "I assume he means you." He"
Author: Nora Roberts
30. "She wasn't bored. She was surprised to find herself having fun, not being shushed for wisecracksor expected to sit quietly and behave. It was, she thought, a lot like hanging out with Theo and theirfather—only different. Good different. And she was smart enough to realize it was the first women'souting she'd ever had. Smart enough to understand Pilar knew it, too.She didn't even mind being dragged into the dress shop, or having the conversation turn absolutelyand completely to clothes and fabric and color and cut.And when she watched Sophia dash in, windblown, flushed, happy, Maddy at not quite fifteen hada revelation. She wouldn't mind being like her, like Sophia Giambelli"
Author: Nora Roberts
31. "That was really good driving," Maddy told her."Yeah, thanks.""Here, baby. Here." Pilar turned her, held her when the shakes came. And, holding her, reachedout for Maddy. "Here, baby," she said again. Maddy pressed herself into that circle of comfort and letthe tears come."
Author: Nora Roberts
32. "Bet it was some ride." Theo manfully swallowed the prickly lump in his throat. There was ajittering inside his chest that came as much from seeing his father break apart as from anxiety overMaddy. "I'll haul her in, Dad. You're going to wreck your arm"
Author: Nora Roberts
33. "You'll stay, won't you?" Maddy asked Pilar."Yes, if you want.""I think you should stay." Since Theo had grabbed the bags, she clomped off after him in her funkynew shoes."
Author: Nora Roberts
34. "I was into third guesses with Theo and Maddy. Anyway, that's one of the reasons I opted to buythe van and drive cross-country instead of dumping us all in a plane. It gave us some time. Nothinglike a three-thousand-mile drive in an enclosed vehicle to cement a family unit—if you live throughit.""It was very brave of you.""You want to talk courage?" He drove easily up the lane to the villa. "I've been chief taste-testeron this wine experiment Maddy's conducting. It's brut"
Author: Nora Roberts
35. "The website didn't say how much brains--or even how many--I should eat, only that I should eat them in 48 hours OR ELSE. Why doesn't anyone pay attention to details anymore? Would it be so hard to add a simple line like, BTW, Maddy, 3 pounds of brains per week is plenty?Seriously, am I the first new zombie ever to ask?"
Author: Rusty Fischer
36. "Stamp: "Fine Maddy, Whatever. Take your little punk loser to the dance. I don't need you, Maddy. I can ask two dozen, three dozen chicks right now to go with me." Maddy: "Well then," I guess you better start stocking up on corsages."
Author: Rusty Fischer
37. "Your father always suspected that being pretty-minded is simply the natural state for most people. They want to be vapid and lazy and vain—Maddy glanced at Tally—and selfish. It only takes a twist to lock in that part of their personalities. He always thought that some people could think their way out of it."
Author: Scott Westerfeld
38. "On the evening of her eighteenth birthday, Maddy opened her journal and made a list of the jewels and precious stones she'd held. Gold, diamond, emerald; ruby, turquoise, pearl; amber, jade, marble… There were some she had forgotten. Beneath these she listed what she thought were the most perfect tastes and smells. Coffee, cinnamon, peaches; vanilla, honey, basil; baking bread, fresh bread, toasting bread."
Author: Sonya Hartnett

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