Jill Barnett Famous Quotes & Sayings

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15 Jill Barnett Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Jill Barnett Sayings: I was certain I told you the king was coming."She planted her hands on her I was certain I told you the king was coming."

She planted her hands on her hips. "You did not tell me the king was coming."

"I remember telling you there would be only one more delay until we would marry. That day on the battlements. I remember it distinctly."

"Aye, you did say that, but you failed to mention that the 'one thing' was the king of England."

"Well, now you know," he said casually, as if he were speaking of the time of day or the color of the sky and not something as important as a royal visit. "He is coming tomorrow," he added. "For our wedding.
Jill Barnett Sayings: Odd how a man who never smiled could make her feel things she didn't know Odd how a man who never smiled could make her feel things she didn't know existed. He held her heart in his hands. From the moment she saw him, some thread had linked them together.
Jill Barnett Sayings: I say this is about as close to perfect as anything can be. Good God, I say this is about as close to perfect as anything can be. Good God, hellion, I don't think I could take much more perfection and live through it." "Every
Jill Barnett Sayings: It's much harder to find the strength to live your life when those you love It's much harder to find the strength to live your life when those you love are gone." He
Jill Barnett Sayings: Her dreams felt so far out of reach. She'd faced one of them tonight, faced Her dreams felt so far out of reach. She'd faced one of them tonight, faced him in four-inch heels. But four-inch heels didn't make her any younger. She couldn't click her four-inch heels together and find her true way home. Four inches didn't bring her any closer to happiness. Four inches didn't erase the past.
Jill Barnett Sayings: I leaned my back against an oak Thinking it was a trusty tree. But first I leaned my back against an oak Thinking it was a trusty tree. But first it bent, And then it broke And let me down as my love did me. - "The Water Is Wide," traditional folk song
Jill Barnett Sayings: The biggest downside to being a novelist is writing the novel. The biggest downside to being a novelist is writing the novel.
Jill Barnett Sayings: Those last three words said it all, brought the situation into sharp focus. Yawning before Those last three words said it all, brought the situation into sharp focus. Yawning before him was the chasm of English social class - the very system he was taught to respect. He felt the burden of his title more at that moment than at any other. And he suddenly saw the ludicrousness of the notion that one human being was better than another, of the belief that a title - an ancient trophy granted at the whim of a king - and a subsequent accident of birth made one man more deserving respect than another. There was insanity in that concept and in the fact that it was so readily accepted by an immoral world.
Jill Barnett Sayings: After all, as the old Scot saying went, there wasn't much guile in a heart After all, as the old Scot saying went, there wasn't much guile in a heart that was singing.
Jill Barnett Sayings: I don't need liquor to color the world I don't need liquor to color the world
Jill Barnett Sayings: It seemed that unbeknownst to her father, the lecherous bishop had chased Clio for the It seemed that unbeknownst to her father, the lecherous bishop had chased Clio for the entire previous week and had foolishly cornered her on the staircase, where he stole a kiss and squeezed her small breasts. So when it came time to doctor him, she had smiled sweetly and stitched up his wound in the shape of three sixes, the sign of the devil.
Jill Barnett Sayings: why did you tell me to look on the 'other' table instead of 'that' table? why did you tell me to look on the 'other' table instead of 'that' table?
Jill Barnett Sayings: What kind of girl reads Wealth of Nations for fun?" She closed the book and What kind of girl reads Wealth of Nations for fun?"
She closed the book and looked at the front jacket, then at him. "It's a shame really. I had nothing else to read. I left all my Barbie comic books at home.
Jill Barnett Sayings: I can't walk away from someone I love without saying 'I love you' one last I can't walk away from someone I love without saying 'I love you' one last time. I've known how very
much I've loved you for a long time. You think I'm a child and I know nothing about the world or about
love. But I know about love. I know about loss. And I know about loneliness, and goodbyes, and about
never being able to voice those feelings again.
"Perhaps you've said those words, Richard, and don't mean them. But I never have.
Jill Barnett Sayings: She slowly began to hum her personal favorite,not even realizing when instinctively she began to She slowly began to hum her personal favorite,not even realizing when instinctively she began to sing the lyrics:"hush,little baby,don't say a word.If that mockingbird don't sing,papa's gonna buy you a diamond ring.If that diamond ring don't" "Do me a favor.Pretend you're that mockingbird and shut up" one angry,bloodshot eye glared at her. "I was just trying to help" "Help what? bring down the walls of the hut with your screeching?