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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: She'd gotten even prettier over the years.And now she was in his house.And he had She'd gotten even prettier over the years.
And now she was in his house.
And he had no idea if this was the best thing to happen to him or the stupidest thing he'd ever done.
Kelsey watched Nate go, thinking this might've been the worst decision she'd ever made. Okay, so it wasn't nearly as bad as that time she'd decided to go on the Sky Screamer at the amusement park when she was drunk. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: You went to a party, did a keg stand, and got so drunk you forgot You went to a party, did a keg stand, and got so drunk you forgot half the night. Congrats on this amazing milestone in your life." He squeezed my leg. "What are you gonna do next?"
"Uh, Disneyland? — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Every second around this girl was asking for trouble and he'd never wanted to be Every second around this girl was asking for trouble and he'd never wanted to be in trouble so bad in his life. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I put my hand on his arm. "You know, Drew was exaggerating. I'm a nice I put my hand on his arm. "You know, Drew was exaggerating. I'm a nice person. Most of the time."
Jake raised an eyebrow, the hint of a smile on his lips. "So, you didn't really slap a guy in the middle of someone's wedding?"
I bit my lip. "Technically, I was at the reception, and I know it sounds bad out of context, but I swear he deserved it."
Jake looked down at me and I noticed again how blue his eyes were. My gaze moved to his lips.
Mayday, mayday, mayday. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: You once said all you wanted was me. If you still feel that way--even a You once said all you wanted was me. If you still feel that way--even a little bit--you have me. All of me, I'm yours. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I grinned, and he reached out and pinched my side. "Stop it.""Stop what?""Looking at me I grinned, and he reached out and pinched my side.

"Stop it."

"Stop what?"

"Looking at me like I'm adorable." He circled the air between him and the dino. "I'm badass, my dinosaurs are badass."

I placed my hand on the desk next to his leg and leaned in. "I've seen you play hockey. I know all about how badass you are." He was also adorable, though--especially right now--and I couldn't resist leaning in and giving him a kiss. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Jake buried his face in my neck and kissed a burning trail up it and Jake buried his face in my neck and kissed a burning trail up it and along my jaw. "Should I ride the elevator of our building up and down all night, hoping you'll show?" he asked, his voice husky. "Or should we just plan to meet? — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Well, I go wherever the ring takes me. Not because I'm a gold digger or Well, I go wherever the ring takes me. Not because I'm a gold digger or anything; it's more of a Lord of the Rings thing. This ring gives me powers. Though I'm totally going to lose it when my hair falls out and I start calling it 'my precious. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Every now and then, we change our minds. It's our prerogative. The big secret is" Every now and then, we change our minds. It's our prerogative. The big secret is" - I leaned in conspiratorially - "sometimes, even we don't know why. There are times after we pick a fight where we're as confused as you are. But there's no way we're admitting it." I shrugged a shoulder, "That's why we have boobs."
Jake's eyebrows shot up.
"See, after we've acted crazy, and the guy's wondering what he's doing with us, we use them to mesmerize him, so he forgets that we're crazy." I shot Jake my most seductive smile and leaned the assets in question against his arm. "And by the way, if you look at my cleavage right now, even though I'm the one talking about it, I'll accuse you of not caring about what I saw and of just treating me like an object."
Jake swallowed hard, keeping eye contact with me, though I could tell he was fighting his impulse to look down. A mischievous glint flickered through his eyes. "And treating you like an object would be bad? — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I lacked whatever version of radar was for players. Playdar--yeah, I was definitely missing playdar. I lacked whatever version of radar was for players. Playdar--yeah, I was definitely missing playdar. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: As for the making out with strangers, that was a one-time thing. Jeff keeps texting, As for the making out with strangers, that was a one-time thing. Jeff keeps texting, and I feel bad, but I've been ignoring him
the kissing was just so awful."
"Yeah, he'd probably not be a good choice for number seven either. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: You're my friend who happens to be pretty and female. You do realize being your You're my friend who happens to be pretty and female. You do realize being your friend doesn't mean I don't have a penis? — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Ever notice that drunk people are, like, the worst whisperers ever? Ever notice that drunk people are, like, the worst whisperers ever? — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: And she couldn't lose the one thing holding her sanity together, even if he also And she couldn't lose the one thing holding her sanity together, even if he also drove her crazy — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Maybe the key to moving on was distancing herself from Wes. Not all the way. Maybe the key to moving on was distancing herself from Wes. Not all the way. Just a little bit.
Enough to let someone else in. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I love you. I've loved you since I was sixteen years old, and I'll love I love you. I've loved you since I was sixteen years old, and I'll love you until the day I die. And I just ... needed you to know that. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: So now would probably be the wrong time to tell you I rented that boxing So now would probably be the wrong time to tell you I rented that boxing movie with the hot guys, planning to watch it on mute?" Ashlyn asked.
"Well, as long as I'm invited to watch it with you, I see nothing wrong with that. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Beck slowed as he made the turn that would take us to the apartment complex. Beck slowed as he made the turn that would take us to the apartment complex. "It's one thing to realize you're in love with a girl, but it's another to discover you can't live without her. When that happens, you just make it work, whatever it takes."

The statement made the hair on my arms stand on end. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: In other words, he looked like uniformed police hotness, and she wasn't entirely uninterested in In other words, he looked like uniformed police hotness, and she wasn't entirely uninterested in being cuffed. Wait. That's a bad thought. I don't mean it. She took him in again, her throat suddenly dry. Well, she didn't exactly not mean it, but she knew better than to want it. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: The girl had so many evasive maneuvers, I was starting to think she was a The girl had so many evasive maneuvers, I was starting to think she was a trained spy. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I could feel the threads forming, from my heart to his. Threads that would become I could feel the threads forming, from my heart to his. Threads that would become strings, until I was all wrapped up in him and couldn't separate myself from him without feeling like half a person. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: You're the one person whose opinion I care about. When I'm with you, the past You're the one person whose opinion I care about. When I'm with you, the past dissappears, and I'm a better person. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: The guy had longer relationships with cereal boxes than girls." - Lyla The guy had longer relationships with cereal boxes than girls." - Lyla — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: There was something about the smallest gestures with him that made me feel like a There was something about the smallest gestures with him that made me feel like a teenager again. I told myself to just enjoy it. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: It was such a light, freeing feeling to not base her life on someone else's It was such a light, freeing feeling to not base her life on someone else's opinion of her. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: You started that one."Her mouth dropped open. "I didn't say anything!""Sweetheart, your eyes said it You started that one."
Her mouth dropped open. "I didn't say anything!"
"Sweetheart, your eyes said it all." He lowered his hand from his cuffs and jerked his chin out toward the darkness lit with twinkling bug butts. "Now, behave, will you? I'm trying to watch bugs catch a mate. See if I can't get some tips."
"Hell, make your ass glow, and I might take back everything I've said about you. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: When I look at you, you know what I see?"I met her gaze, finding it When I look at you, you know what I see?"
I met her gaze, finding it suddenly hard to breathe.
"I see the guy who saw me when no one else did," she said. "That's what matters to me. That's who you are. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I just wanted one more day." More tears welled up in her eyes. "But it I just wanted one more day." More tears welled up in her eyes. "But it would never be enough. I could keep asking for one more day for the rest of my life. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: There's this party tomorrow night. The client with all the ex-husbands is throwing it, and There's this party tomorrow night. The client with all the ex-husbands is throwing it, and I've got to go. I know it's last minute, and that Fridays are really busy for you. I'm also sure it's going to be boring. Anyway, if you can't go, I completely understand. But if you don't come with me, I'll be forced to meet rich, eligible bachelors who may or may not have all their original teeth and hair."
I bit my nail as I waited for his answer, trying to prepare myself for the possibility he couldn't go.
"You're not really giving me much of a choice," Jake said. "Not when I know you've got a weakness for bald men with dentures. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: She kissed him with all the built-up frustration inside her and drew it out, gently She kissed him with all the built-up frustration inside her and drew it out, gently biting his lower lip. He groaned, and she moved her lips to his ear. The longer you make me wait, the harder I'm gonna make you work for it. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Cinderella was the first fairy tale I remember - the one I was most obsessed Cinderella was the first fairy tale I remember - the one I was most obsessed with because of the gowns and magic and pretty shoes. Yes, her home life was less than ideal - and considering the talking mice and birds, she probably needed serious therapy. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: As far as rodeos are concerned, I think you'd better stick to singing and looking As far as rodeos are concerned, I think you'd better stick to singing and looking pretty."
She leaned in and whispered, "How about the part where I congratulate the rodeo winner in private?"
Royce's grip on her tightened. "Woman, I'm pretty sure you're going to be the death of me. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I once heard this statement that women marry men hoping to change them, while men I once heard this statement that women marry men hoping to change them, while men marry women hoping they'll never change. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I couldn't imagine choosing shopping when sex was an option. I couldn't imagine choosing shopping when sex was an option. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I remember when all you ever talked about was finding a guy and getting married. I remember when all you ever talked about was finding a guy and getting married. You'd hog the TV, watching those sappy chick flicks
"
"Then I grew up and learned why they always end the movie after the guy and girl get together. That's when everything falls apart. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I do love you. I love you so much I can hardly breathe, and I I do love you. I love you so much I can hardly breathe, and I don't know how we'll work everything out, but I want to. I've never wanted anything more. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: A guy approached her, beer bottle in one hand, smiling at her in that way A guy approached her, beer bottle in one hand, smiling at her in that way guys do when they think they're good- looking enough to smile and get anything they want. "My friend and I were just talking about what a sausage fest this was, and then you came in." He ran his appraising gaze down her body, lingering on the V of her neckline.
Faith crossed her arms. "That works out, because I'm here for a weenie roast.
He put a protective hand over his package - probably without realizing he was doing it - but his smile widened. — Cindi Madsen
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Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Sweetheart, there's probably something you should know about me..." Hudson tightened his grip on my Sweetheart, there's probably something you should know about me..." Hudson tightened his grip on my hand. "I'm no gentleman. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: The beaded purple top scooped low, showing off quite a bit of cleavage. And by The beaded purple top scooped low, showing off quite a bit of cleavage. And by quite a bit, I mean holy hell balls, that's a lot of boobage. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I have to admit," I said when he finished a lengthy discussion on the types I have to admit," I said when he finished a lengthy discussion on the types of drivers, "I've been golfing and it's about the most boring thing I've ever done. Old men drive around in golf carts pretending they're sporty and getting grouchy if there's any noise. It's like the nursing-home Olympics."
Nick's mouth dropped open. "It takes great athletic ability to know how to aim and drive the ball that far."
"I get more exercise shopping at the mall," I joked. "I don't come home and tell everyone I won at shopping." Although those red shoes I got on sale the other day felt like a win. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Kelsey flopped next to him, propping her elbow on the back of the couch so Kelsey flopped next to him, propping her elbow on the back of the couch so she was facing him. "Do you have something against happiness?"
"Yes. Don't tell anyone, but I moonlight as the Grinch. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Marion's town slogan was "Where Main Street Meets Mountain." That was one of the reasons Marion's town slogan was "Where Main Street Meets Mountain." That was one of the reasons she'd loved the town, with the nearby woods, its colorful shops, and the feeling that time hadn't touched it the way it had the cities. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Mom laughed. Well that's why, when it's real, you do whatever you have to do Mom laughed. Well that's why, when it's real, you do whatever you have to do to work it out. Screw stability. Forget common sense. Make a move. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Are you sure this isn't crazy?" "Oh, I'm sure it is crazy. But isn't that Are you sure this isn't crazy?" "Oh, I'm sure it is crazy. But isn't that our thing? Or have you gotten boring now? — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: The past is done, and we can't change it. All we can do is try The past is done, and we can't change it. All we can do is try to be better. What really matters is who you are now. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I looked back at my relationships and noticed my dating life had been more like I looked back at my relationships and noticed my dating life had been more like Con Air than Cinderella-you know, bumpy and full of bad guys. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: She'd heard people talk about electricity and butterflies; being with Royce was like a lightning She'd heard people talk about electricity and butterflies; being with Royce was like a lightning storm and hummingbirds. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: A pair of great heels was much more satisfying than a man. They lasted longer, A pair of great heels was much more satisfying than a man. They lasted longer, and better yet, they didn't leave me for someone prettier. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Honestly," Lyla said, "I feel that finding the right person means not having to choose Honestly," Lyla said, "I feel that finding the right person means not having to choose between them and your passion. Instead you work together to figure out a way to have both. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I guess I just realized how everything we do affects not only our lives, but I guess I just realized how everything we do affects not only our lives, but people around us, too. It sucks that one weak moment could change the entire course of someone's life. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Sadie scooped up a big pile of crap and placed it in the wheelbarrow. Royce Sadie scooped up a big pile of crap and placed it in the wheelbarrow. Royce turned to leave, but then she said, "You know, when I quit my last job, I told my boss I'd rather shovel horseshit than work for him." ...
Damn, damn, damn. He wanted to stay mad at her
to hold on to how badly the girl had hurt him when she'd left him the way she had. But years had passed, and here she was, thanking him for the opportunity to shovel shit. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: The moon always calmed her - something about the way its soft glow broke through, The moon always calmed her - something about the way its soft glow broke through, like there was still hope, even surrounded by the darkness. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: After I closed the door behind us, bringing this Saturday night to a three-way kind After I closed the door behind us, bringing this Saturday night to a three-way kind of sitch - and not the good kind - I ran a hand through my hair. Uh, — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: It's just, sometimes lies look so much like the truth. And when you can't tell It's just, sometimes lies look so much like the truth. And when you can't tell between the two, how do you know which one will make you happy? Maybe the lie will make you happier. And if you're happier with the lie, would you really want to know the truth? — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: If you could travel anywhere in the US for a vacation, where would you go?"He If you could travel anywhere in the US for a vacation, where would you go?"
He reached up with his free hand and rubbed his jaw, two creases forming between his eyebrows. She wanted to take over for him, brush her fingers across his whiskers, make him groan the way she had earlier. But she decided to behave herself.
For now.
"I've always wanted to go to Yellowstone," he said. "See all the wildlife. Maybe go fishing." ...
"I'd pick a beach, Florida or California. Where I could be in my bikini more than not, rarely wear shoes, and wake up to the sound of the ocean."
"Well, if you're gonna be wearing a bikini, I'm switching to a beach vacation with you." ...
"Okay, so foreign vacation," she said, snuggling against him. "Then where would you go?" ...
"Let's just cut to the chase and say wherever you'd go. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I haven't done anything you're supposed to do. Like get so drunk you puke and I haven't done anything you're supposed to do. Like get so drunk you puke and don't remember the rest of the night."
"Overrated, I swear."
She looked at me, that deadly look on her face, and I held up my hands. "Fine. You wanna get drunk and puke, I'm not gonna stop you."
"But I want to do, like more than just drinking." Her brow furrowed and I could practically see the wheels in her brain spinning. "I should make a list and outline a plan."
I was going to point out that list-making wasn't the best way to let loose, but I decided to let it go. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: When I mentioned that I'd always wanted to have sex against the wall with a When I mentioned that I'd always wanted to have sex against the wall with a woman in a skirt, she said, Well, how convenient. I just so happen to have a skirt on, and there are several walls in here. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: It was on my twenty-sixth birthday that it finally hit me: Love was bullshit. There It was on my twenty-sixth birthday that it finally hit me: Love was bullshit. There was no happily ever after. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Hey, Kelsey." He squinted at her. "I knew the water in Charlotte was a problem, Hey, Kelsey." He squinted at her. "I knew the water in Charlotte was a problem, but I didn't know it made hair turn purple," he joked.
Kelsey smiled at him, a mischievous glint in her eye. "Well, it looks like the water here makes your hair fall out, so I guess I'll stick with Charlotte's. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Damn, Lyla. That's what you've been hiding under those scarves and long skirts? Damn, Lyla. That's what you've been hiding under those scarves and long skirts? — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: The bar was bursting with guys tonight - seriously, it was like Muscles R Us The bar was bursting with guys tonight - seriously, it was like Muscles R Us up in here, all filled-out chests and bulging arms with biceps upon biceps. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: He lay back on the blanket, pulling her with him. Every few minutes, one of He lay back on the blanket, pulling her with him. Every few minutes, one of them would lose an article of clothing, until there was nothing and yet everything between them. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: You're perfect in your not perfect. You're perfect in your not perfect. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Friends who kiss might be good. Friends who kiss might be good. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: You don't even know me," I said."And whose fault is that?""Cinderella's"Two creases formed between Jake's You don't even know me," I said.
"And whose fault is that?"
"Cinderella's"
Two creases formed between Jake's eyebrows.
"Cinderella's?"
"Yeah, Cinderella screwed me over." Without any more explanation, I got into my car, pulled the door closed, and fired up the engine. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: In all fairness, darlin', I should probably warn you that this ain't my first rodeo. In all fairness, darlin', I should probably warn you that this ain't my first rodeo. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: He dipped his head to kiss her again. She wrapped her arms around his neck He dipped his head to kiss her again. She wrapped her arms around his neck and he slowly lowered her back to the floor. He took his time tasting her lips, her tongue, memorizing the feel of her curves against him. He pulled back and looked into her eyes.
She gripped the front of his shirt, holding him in place. "Don't stop."
"No, no more stopping." He kissed her again, getting lost in the blur of clothes being tossed off, her skin under his fingertips, and the hum of his heart as he fully let himself fall. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: How'd you sleep?""Like the dead," she said, a smile spreading across her face. "I meant How'd you sleep?"

"Like the dead," she said, a smile spreading across her face. "I meant to leave after you fell asleep, but apparently I crashed, too. Seriously, I haven't slept that well in forever."

I fought the urge to tell her maybe we should sleep together every night, then. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: You don't have any baking stuff, do you? I like to bake when I'm hyper. You don't have any baking stuff, do you? I like to bake when I'm hyper. My mom and I were supposed to make all the Christmas cookies tomorrow, but it looks like I won't be there for that. We always make chocolate chip ones shaped like trees and stars and such because sugar cookies are good and all, but there's no chocolate and when chocolate's an option, why wouldn't you have it? — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Hudson pushed up onto his elbows and took me in, his eyes moving from my Hudson pushed up onto his elbows and took me in, his eyes moving from my navel, to my lacy black bra, to my face. He cupped my cheek and dragged his thumb across my bottom lip. "You're so fucking beautiful. All that talk about your mom and how she kept pushing you to be perfect ... You are perfect." With — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Dani had threatened to kill him. This must be the way she planned to do Dani had threatened to kill him. This must be the way she planned to do it. Her dark hair was down around her shoulders and she was wearing earrings that glittered in the sunlight. The purple dress she had on showed off her toned legs and hugged her curves. The supply of oxygen to his brain cut off, and he was pretty sure his heart had stopped a couple of beats ago. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Lee: Write because you love to write. Write because you love to write. — Cindi Lee
Cindi Sayings By Cindi McMenamin: even career jobs come and go. Money comes and goes. Opportunities and disappointments come and even career jobs come and go. Money comes and goes. Opportunities and disappointments come and go. But relationships last forever. And hers with her husband was paramount — Cindi McMenamin
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Like I said, you can't save everyone. But the girl who saves you back? That's Like I said, you can't save everyone. But the girl who saves you back? That's the girl you fight like hell for. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I guess if you put off dealing with things long enough, they simply came after I guess if you put off dealing with things long enough, they simply came after you when you least wanted them to. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: He covered my hand with his. No matter what happens, we're friends first. I hope He covered my hand with his. No matter what happens, we're friends first. I hope you know how much having you in my life means to me. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Douglas Wilson: Had he ever told Cindi about that junior high crush? Probably. What did it matter? Had he ever told Cindi about that junior high crush? Probably. What did it matter? There had been three other crushes, probably that same year. That's what junior high is for. — Douglas Wilson
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: He put his hand on my thigh. No worries, I got you now babe. He put his hand on my thigh. No worries, I got you now babe. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Lottery was just a tax on people who weren't good at math. Lottery was just a tax on people who weren't good at math. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Oh, I'm just checking out books. I glanced at the one I was holding. Somehow, Oh, I'm just checking out books. I glanced at the one I was holding. Somehow, of all the places I could duck into, I'd wound up in the erotica section. In my hands was a book about bondage. Somebody kill me now. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: She glanced at the horse's stomach. "You got yourself knocked up, girl?""Actually, it takes two She glanced at the horse's stomach. "You got yourself knocked up, girl?"
"Actually, it takes two to tango, in case you haven't heard."
Sadie laughed, the happy noise filling the air. "Horse tango. Sounds like quite the show. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: We're not puzzle pieces, Steph. There's 'no you complete me' guy out there, and the We're not puzzle pieces, Steph. There's 'no you complete me' guy out there, and the beauty of this day and age is I don't need one. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Excuse me? Do you mind if I sit next to you? This spot has the Excuse me? Do you mind if I sit next to you? This spot has the best view of ... " I glanced out the window. "The ... gravel roof. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Then she'd turned enough for me to get a better look, and I'd actually felt Then she'd turned enough for me to get a better look, and I'd actually felt my eye bulge, like in those cartoons where the character's eyes pop out of their head, stretched until they can't stretch any more. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Troy smiled down at her, and her heart jumped into her throat. The lights turned Troy smiled down at her, and her heart jumped into her throat. The lights turned his skin colors. Red, green, blue. Glimpses of every shade of Troy, and they all looked good. The song ended, and the world seemed to stop, just her and Troy, standing in the middle of the floor. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: She closed her eyes, soaking in the feel of his hand, then opened them and She closed her eyes, soaking in the feel of his hand, then opened them and stared at his perfect face as longing wrapped itself around her heart. "If this is a mistake, it's one I'll gladly keep making."
"I don't think it's a mistake, I just want to do things the right way."
"Not everything's always black and white. And you don't always have to put what you want on hold for everyone else. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Mind-blowing sex? I couldn't believe I'd asked, but how could I not? It was like Mind-blowing sex? I couldn't believe I'd asked, but how could I not? It was like dangling a giant slice of chocolate cake in front of a hungry person on a diet and telling them not to take a bite. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Look, I know you're a guy - " "Damn straight." "And there's some man rule Look, I know you're a guy - " "Damn straight." "And there's some man rule that you've got to be all macho - " "Rule number three, actually." Both of her eyebrows shot up. "Would you just let me finish before I make you cry and break rule number three. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I think it's cool that you care about your heritage, but yet you don't conform. I think it's cool that you care about your heritage, but yet you don't conform. Promise me that no matter what happens, you'll never lose that feisty, impulsive side of you. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: You want to go to a show tonight? There's this band called Crucifictorious from Texas, You want to go to a show tonight? There's this band called Crucifictorious from Texas, and they're supposed to be decent. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Leaning against him, feeling the warmth radiate off him, listening to his breath go in Leaning against him, feeling the warmth radiate off him, listening to his breath go in and out, she knew she was exactly where she belonged. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: I couldn't even talk to my best friend about the guy I was having sex I couldn't even talk to my best friend about the guy I was having sex with. Because, silly me, I'd gone and made them the same person. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: He kept trying to come up with words to say, but his brain and mouth He kept trying to come up with words to say, but his brain and mouth were having a disconnect. So he crashed his mouth down over hers. She made a little gasp noise, and he took advantage, deepening the kiss, taking her stolen breath in and letting himself get lost in the feel of her soft lips, the familiar taste of her tongue.
He was half tempted to take her right here in the back of the truck, despite all the people nearby
the horse trailer mostly hid them, after all.
There was a small whispering in the back of his mind that they were gonna make a mess of things, but with her draping her legs across his lap and her nails running over his back, he couldn't help thinking that
Well, actually it was more like he couldn't actually think at all. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: She needed a break from worrying about what to say and how to act every She needed a break from worrying about what to say and how to act every second of the day. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: It's weird how one moment can change everything. Forever. It's weird how one moment can change everything. Forever. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Hope was so dangerous. Hope was so dangerous. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: You can buy beer now, she said, finding it almost funny after how much effort You can buy beer now, she said, finding it almost funny after how much effort they used to go to get it in high school.
It's one of my proudest accomplishments. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: After all she'd been through, it irked her that he thought he could just look After all she'd been through, it irked her that he thought he could just look at her and know who she was. She didn't even know who she was. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: Sunlight streamed through the room, clinging to him like it wanted him as much as Sunlight streamed through the room, clinging to him like it wanted him as much as she did. — Cindi Madsen
Cindi Sayings By Cindi Madsen: So you like to read? Or listen, anyway?""I've found it helps me stay on the So you like to read? Or listen, anyway?"
"I've found it helps me stay on the treadmill longer. But I always like to have a paperback on hand, too. I need to swing by the bookstore for another one, actually. — Cindi Madsen