Barbara Taylor Bradford Famous Quotes & Sayings

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pinterest Share on Linkedin

61 Barbara Taylor Bradford Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Elizabeth was counting on Marco to keep cousin Mary occupied until after the board meeting Elizabeth was counting on Marco to keep cousin Mary occupied until after the board meeting was over. A piece of cheese might catch a mouse, but an afternoon alone with a muscular masseur would ensnare her cousin far more effectively. And afterwards, while Mary lay sated and sleeping upon a massage table, wiser heads could determine the company's future. There were times, Elizabeth thought, when success in business demanded utter ruthlessness.
More pictures »
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: There are some people who hate for no reason at all. They just simply hate. There are some people who hate for no reason at all. They just simply hate. They do not realize that their unjustified hatred inevitably turns inward to destroy them. Yes, it is self-destructive in the long run.
More pictures »
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: I am a huge admirer of Elizabeth I, and this intriguing biography gives a wonderful I am a huge admirer of Elizabeth I, and this intriguing biography gives a wonderful picture of the era.
More pictures »
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Elizabeth lay face-down on the massage table, and allowed Marco to relieve the stress of Elizabeth lay face-down on the massage table, and allowed Marco to relieve the stress of the business day with firm and knowing fingers. Success, she decided, was often a matter of knowing when to relax.
More pictures »
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Always present yourself as a woman who expects to succeed. Always present yourself as a woman who expects to succeed.
More pictures »
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Priceless things matter not for their value, but because they offer us an enduring reminder Priceless things matter not for their value, but because they offer us an enduring reminder of stability and permanence.
More pictures »
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: inert and seemingly lifeless. inert and seemingly lifeless.
More pictures »
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: fraction of a second, before asking, fraction of a second, before asking,
More pictures »
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: I work eight hours a day, but I'm not writing all that time. I'm thinking, I work eight hours a day, but I'm not writing all that time. I'm thinking, editing, looking something up. Thinking is what I do a lot of.
More pictures »
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: The whole enchilada, kid. The whole enchilada, kid.
More pictures »
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: overnight. It had been overnight. It had been
More pictures »
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Never let stress shape your strategy. Most women think better after a brisk walk, a Never let stress shape your strategy. Most women think better after a brisk walk, a light meal, a massage and a nap.
More pictures »
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Mary never made it to the board meeting. Cunning Elizabeth simply arranged for her cousin's Mary never made it to the board meeting. Cunning Elizabeth simply arranged for her cousin's tennis instructor to "delay" her for an hour or two. The man was evidently a superb athlete, though it was entirely Mary's fault that she fell asleep afterwards. Elizabeth took control of the company that very afternoon, by a vote of six to one, while a sated Mary slept. And the silly girl never knew what hit her.
More pictures »
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: a damp June morning Emma accompanied them a damp June morning Emma accompanied them
More pictures »
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: It's different when the person you love dies. There's an awful finality to death. But It's different when the person you love dies. There's an awful finality to death. But it is final. The end. And there's the funeral, family gatherings, grieving, all of those necessary rituals. And they help, believe me. When the object of your love just disappears, there's no way to deal with the grief and pain.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: I didn't think he would, but I do believe I was right to ask for I didn't think he would, but I do believe I was right to ask for his discretion.' 'Thank you, Lady Daphne,' Wilson
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: As the long limousine purred to life Edwina felt as if she were Elizabeth, setting As the long limousine purred to life Edwina felt as if she were Elizabeth, setting sail to battle the Spanish Armada. She was Elizabeth, damn it! What she had built no one was going to take away from her. Not her house, not her hotels, not her fine stable of horses
and most especially not the young thoroughbred she had left sleeping by the side of her Olympic-size outdoor pool. Some pleasures, she decided, were simply too enticing to give up.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: In my opinion, moderation is a vastly overrated virtue, particularly when applied to work In my opinion, moderation is a vastly overrated virtue, particularly when applied to work
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: We are each the authors of our own lives, Emma. We live in what we We are each the authors of our own lives, Emma. We live in what we have created. There is no way to shift the blame and no one else to accept the accolades.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: created by the sunlight. Still, Cavendon did have created by the sunlight. Still, Cavendon did have
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Elizabeth studied the blurry tabloid photo, which showed her cousin Mary Stuart leaving a Paris Elizabeth studied the blurry tabloid photo, which showed her cousin Mary Stuart leaving a Paris disco at dawn, drunkenly clinging to the arm of a French tennis pro. The message was very clear. Put passion first and you end up neither loved nor respected.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Because people are always afraid of what they do not know, what they do not Because people are always afraid of what they do not know, what they do not understand, the unfamiliar or the different, and that fear invariably turns to hate. Unreasoned hatred that makes no sense. In
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: He who ascends to mountaintops, shall find The loftiest peaks most wrapt in clouds and He who ascends to mountaintops, shall find The loftiest peaks most wrapt in clouds and snow; He who surpasses or subdues mankind Must look down on the hate of those below
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Love is a handful of seeds, marriage the garden, and like your gardens, Paula, marriage Love is a handful of seeds, marriage the garden, and like your gardens, Paula, marriage requires total commitment, hard work, and a great deal of love and care. Be ruthless with the weeds. Pull them out before they take hold. Bring the same dedication to your marriage that you do to your gardens and everything will be all right. Remember that a marriage has to be constantly replenished too, if you want it to flourish ...
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: carried a nosegay of summer flowers. Winston carried a nosegay of summer flowers. Winston
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: arm more tightly, as much to quell her own fears as give support to Adele. arm more tightly, as much to quell her own fears as give support to Adele. When they finally reached the hall, Adele looked around swiftly and then she also shivered and drew her robe about her. It seemed
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: I will never stop writing. People often ask when I will retire, but I say I will never stop writing. People often ask when I will retire, but I say it's none of their business. Writing defines who I am. I love the feeling of holding a finished book in my hands, and then I can't wait to start the great adventure of writing the next one.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: At the age of fifty-six Eleanor Stoddard was still a beautiful woman. She owned three At the age of fifty-six Eleanor Stoddard was still a beautiful woman. She owned three hotels in France and another two in England. From nothing at all, she had built an empire. Eleanor had it all. Her one weakness was the young man sleeping beside her.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: and with great solemnity, 'I'm glad yer stopped 'em fighting. I'm scared and with great solemnity, 'I'm glad yer stopped 'em fighting. I'm scared
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Linnet's girlfriends might strike my fancy." Evan and Gideon laughed, and Evan Linnet's girlfriends might strike my fancy." Evan and Gideon laughed, and Evan
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: a photojournalist. Eventually she had come to understand a photojournalist. Eventually she had come to understand
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: meant well, and they had all been very good to her. Mrs Thornton was forever meant well, and they had all been very good to her. Mrs Thornton was forever telling her to consider The Meadow her home, and she had even turned the little box room at the end of the second-floor landing into a bedroom for her. Mrs Thornton had insisted she keep a few clothes there, and when she had visited Gwen in November she had left behind
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Edwina knew things with Greg had just about run their course. She'd bedded him, and Edwina knew things with Greg had just about run their course. She'd bedded him, and bought him clothes, and now it was time for the polite push out the door. Of course she wished her latest conquest all the best. If he was lucky, Greg would just fall right into some other powerful woman's bed. If not ... well, if not he'd just have to do the old-fashioned thing and look for work. Though darling Greggy-poo didn't really seem the type. Edwina studied him while he slept by the pool, drinking in that tight behind and those bulging muscles for the last time. The trouble with younger men, she thought, was that they were so damned good at sex that they really didn't have to be good at anything else.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: He's half my ex-husband's age, but twice as energetic when we have sex. And twice He's half my ex-husband's age, but twice as energetic when we have sex. And twice as grateful afterwards.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: My dear girl, you must cultivate a taste for the finer things. Civilized pleasures give My dear girl, you must cultivate a taste for the finer things. Civilized pleasures give meaning to life.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Sleeping with a man half your age can be exhausting, but if it's too much Sleeping with a man half your age can be exhausting, but if it's too much for him you can always find a younger man.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: against his cheek he knew she was all right. against his cheek he knew she was all right.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: She put her hand in his, and he clasped it firmly, knowing he had been She put her hand in his, and he clasped it firmly, knowing he had been waiting for her all his life.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Life always gets harder towards the summit - the cold increases, responsibility increases Life always gets harder towards the summit - the cold increases, responsibility increases
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: This parting cannot be for long; for those who love as we do cannot be This parting cannot be for long; for those who love as we do cannot be parted. We shall always be united in thought, and thought is a great magnet. I have often spoken to thee of reason, now i speak to thee of faith
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Why him?He was as likely to offer me security and safety as a violent terrorist Why him?He was as likely to offer me security and safety as a violent terrorist holding a gun to my head.So why I had chosen him?Because he had charmed me into a love affair,had truly convinced me he was madly in love with me.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: A person with taste is merely one who can recognize the greatest beauty in the A person with taste is merely one who can recognize the greatest beauty in the simplest things.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Successful women don't sleep until noon. Successful women don't sleep until noon.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: You've got to admit it takes real genius to start out with nothing and build You've got to admit it takes real genius to start out with nothing and build what she has so brilliantly built. Only
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: When you are a strong woman, you will attract trouble. When a man feels threatened, When you are a strong woman, you will attract trouble. When a man feels threatened, there is always trouble.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: make money. To keep myself make money. To keep myself
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: If anyone asks me whether I like being a popular writer, I ask them whether If anyone asks me whether I like being a popular writer, I ask them whether they think I'd rather be an unpopular writer.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Edwina always enjoyed a morning ride. Some mornings she rode the horse, and some mornings Edwina always enjoyed a morning ride. Some mornings she rode the horse, and some mornings she rode the groom.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: The past was always there, lived inside of you, and it helped to make you The past was always there, lived inside of you, and it helped to make you who you were. But it had to be placed in perspective. The past could not dominate the future.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Killed so tragically in a plane crash, in a plane he was flying himself; David Killed so tragically in a plane crash, in a plane he was flying himself; David Amory, her grandfather, who was aboard that plane,
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Memories, James thought, thank God we have them. They help us to recall what's long Memories, James thought, thank God we have them. They help us to recall what's long gone, and we can live again in the past with those we once loved.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Bookstores see a book by a woman and they put it in the romance section. Bookstores see a book by a woman and they put it in the romance section.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: You know what they say, darling. When an older man seeks out younger women, he's You know what they say, darling. When an older man seeks out younger women, he's virile. When an older woman seeks out younger men, she's desperate. Well, color me desperate, then. Because I want you, Harris Clayton. And I'm a woman who's very good at getting what she wants! Now come back to bed, darling, and let's forget all about everything except the way we feel.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: It's all right, darling. I'll finish the financial report on my own. I can think It's all right, darling. I'll finish the financial report on my own. I can think clearly before sex and stay awake afterwards. That's one of the nice things about being a woman.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Life was life. It happened. You never knew what was going to come at you. Life was life. It happened. You never knew what was going to come at you. Or how you could defend yourself.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: You can be with a man for twenty years and never really know who he You can be with a man for twenty years and never really know who he truly is. Then again, you can meet a man and know everything about him in an instant.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Even the most powerful woman needs a place to unwind. Even the most powerful woman needs a place to unwind.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: What is done can never be undone. What is done can never be undone.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: Yes, damn it, I love you! But the bedroom is not the boardroom, Robert. In Yes, damn it, I love you! But the bedroom is not the boardroom, Robert. In the boardroom only one person can be in charge.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: I'm not ancient, darling. I'm only fifty. And when it comes to sex a woman I'm not ancient, darling. I'm only fifty. And when it comes to sex a woman of fifty can often outlast a man half her age.
Barbara Taylor Bradford Sayings: supervise the gardener who had taken over from him. She was very fond of Harry, supervise the gardener who had taken over from him. She was very fond of Harry,