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So. Her husband-to-be was a philanderer. A smooth operator. A debaucher. A rake. A frisker. (Jane was something of a walking thesaurus when she was upset, a side effect of too much reading.) -- Cynthia Hand
Jane Eyre may be an orphan, homely, battered, alone and abandoned, but she is not, never has been and never will be a big fat sausage. -- Fanny Britt
Oh, Jo, how could you? Your one beauty. -- Louisa May Alcott
Note to self: Try to stop reacting to surprises like a cartoon character.
Jane Jameson -- Molly Harper
Hey what's your name"
"Candi." She's hesitant, like that beaten dog Jade mentioned. "Candi Woodward."
"I'm Ayla Monroe."
She laughs uneasily. "I know."
"Out, Candi Cane," Jane orders. -- Roxanne St. Claire
I was the Jane Roe of Roe vs. Wade, but Jane Roe has been laid to rest. -- Norma Mccorvey
Do not kill him. That shit would totally bum Jane out. -- J.r. Ward
Jane!" cried he softly, moving closer. "All these long months that we have been apart, even believing it to be impossible, it is of you alone that I have thought and planned. You are my heart ; you pierce my soul. -- Syrie James
Jorinda and Jorindel -- Jacob Grimm
I'm in love with mary jane. she's my main thing. she makes me feel alright. she makes my heart sing. and when I'm feeling low, she comes as no suprise. turns me on with her love, takes me to paradiiiiise do you love me mary jane, yeah now do you think you love me mary jane don't you play no game ... -- Rick James
Jenny? Just as I was considering -- S.c. Stephens
The humiliation that Jane had felt turned to something else
grief perhaps, or regret. Regret that she had not known how to act with a boy, regret that she had not been wiser. -- Beverly Cleary
Jane's stories are too sensible. Then Diana puts too much murders into hers. She says most of the time she doesn't know what to do with the people so she kills them off to get rid of them.
-Anne Shirley -- L.m. Montgomery
hospital johnny. -- Mary Catherine Gebhard
There then passed a period of time in which Jane said many unutterable things. -- Mary Robinette Kowal
were often in a similar boat. Jane knew what I was once, -- Anne Bennett
Jane lives by this philosophy: Life, especially that of dogs, is too short for harsh training and too long to be without learning. -- Jane Young
Am I hideous, Jane? Very, sir: you always were, you know. -- Charlotte Bronte
Make haste Jane added, just because she always wanted to say that. -- Shannon Hale
You are everything I need" - Vishous to Jane -- J.r. Ward
Providence, assuredly, is a mysterious mover, and who is Jane to ignore it's direction? -- Stephanie Barron
Jane felt self-conscious each time Ghost saw her naked. A lifetime of fathood had left her with sagging skin. Ghost didn't seem to mind. He had a paunch and a hairy back.
"All the supermodels are dead, baby," he told her. "Let it go. -- Adam Baker
Jane: Missy was not so subtly reminding me that she had done something nice for me and here i was being rude when all she was asking me to do was attend a nice party. This was the way southern women worked all peaches & cream laced with arsenic. -- Molly Harper
So her sister was not as miserable as Jane had expected because she was deluded. -- Timothy Underwood
It is a long way off, sir"
"From what Jane?"
"From England and from Thornfield: and _"
"From you, sir -- Charlotte Bronte
I came to you, Jane. Every night this week, I came to you. I didn't want you to be alone. And I didn't want to sleep without you. -Vishous -- J.r. Ward
When you are inquisitive, Jane, you always make me smile. You open your eyes like an eager bird, and make every now and then a restless movement, as if answers in speech did not flow fast enough for you, and you wanted to read the tablet of one's heart. -- Charlotte Bronte
Gentle, soft dream, nestling in my arms now, you will fly, too, as your sisters have all fled before you: but kiss me before you go
embrace me, Jane. -- Charlotte Bronte
What's her name? Claire, what's her name? -- Rachel Caine
I'm here, hold on to me, Jo, dear!" - Laurie -- Louisa May Alcott
Jane's face could have taught those torches to burn bright. Last night, she was the sun, and all of the flowers in all of the counties turned toward her for warmth. -- Cynthia Hand
Jane says she will devote her whole life to teaching, and never, never marry, because you are paid a salary for teaching, but a husband won't pay you anything, and growls if you ask for a share in the egg and butter money. -- L.m. Montgomery
You'll be fine, said Jane, giving -- Liane Moriarty
On April 3, 2014, Jane Goodall turned 80. The iconic blond ponytail has gone gray, but the sparkle of intelligence, sly humor, and fierce dedication still shines from her hazel eyes. -- David Quammen
I am happier than Jane; she only smiles, I laugh. Mr. Darcy sends you all the love in the world, that he can spare from me. -- Jane Austen
He said, "I've always liked the name Jane." Blue's eyes widened. "Ja - what? Oh! No, no. You can't just go around naming people other things because you don't like their real name. -- Maggie Stiefvater
Jessica, who loves stories, -- J.k. Rowling
I'd like to think I'm Elizabeth, but deep down I think I'm the one whose name no one can remember. Not Lydia the slut or Mary the nerd or Jane the beauty or Elizabeth the opinionated. I'm the second-youngest. The forgotten one. - Francesca Spinelli -- Melina Marchetta
Jane Doe had three pierced right ears and two pierced left. -- Wensley Clarkson
Louisa cast a glance at Jane. Jane refused to meet -- Rose Gordon
Jane, be still; don't struggle so like a wild, frantic bird, that is rending its own plumage in its desperation."
"I am no bird; and no net ensnares me; I am a free human being, with an independent will; which I now exert to leave you. -- Charlotte Bronte
I want it, I want it!" Her face grew liverish. "I make the money, so I can have what I want. You can't stop me!" "Jane, -- Henry Farrell
It's not all 'Jane Eyre' out there. In her sweet, honorable, slightly passive-aggressive way, Jane was as perfect as a protagonist can get while remaining interesting; in fact, she's one of my favorites. But most characters are more morally ambiguous. -- Susan Isaacs
Jane saw the little note and ignored it, for she was very angry and hurt and mortified, but - she was a woman, and so eventually she picked it up and read it. MY -- Edgar Rice Burroughs
Jane, nice to meet you! I'm Amabella's mum, and I have Jackson in Year 2. That's Amabella, by the way, not Annabella. It's French. We didn't make it up. -- Liane Moriarty
Dearest Jane, Sorry I made you marry a horse. Your father-in-law is trying to kill me. Send help. But -- Cynthia Hand
Not long before my mother died, I found a long-lost portrait of Jane Franklin's granddaughter, Jane Flagg, aged nine - oil on canvas - in the basement of a public library not a dozen miles from my mother's house. -- Jill Lepore
Does not like.
To be called.
Buffy. -- Lisa Mcmann
And what may I do for you?" Jane had intended to try to draw her away to the refreshment room, but it seemed they were -- Mary Balogh
If I can't be in bed with Jack Hamma at least I can be in bed with Jane Austen -- Anthony E. Thorogood
That's it. With equal parts regret and relief, the Jane's Addiction experiment is at an end. -- Eric Avery
You know,' said Jane, 'for a while there I thought we would be okay. -- Adam Baker
Elizabeth Spencer. -- Julia Glass
I hear you're losing weight again, Mary Jane. Do you ever wonder who you're losing it for? -- Alanis Morissette
Jane reminds us that God is in his heaven, the monarch on his throne and the pelvis firmly beneath the ribcage. Apparently rock and roll liberated the pelvis and it hasn't been the same since. -- Emma Thompson
Junie B. Jones. The B stands for Beatrice. Except, I don't like Beatrice. I just like B and that's all. -- Barbara Park
AS A CHILD, I had an unquenchable thirst for novels," said Jane, -- Charlie Lovett
It did seem unjust that Jane, who was by far the abler of the two, should sacrifice her career for Mark's. -- Karen Armstrong
Jane Campion is a tough director. -- Kate Winslet
CHAPTER FOURTEEN SECRETS Jo -- Louisa May Alcott
Aunt Hilda,' Violet -- Laurel Remington
Thank you, Jane Birkin, for providing me with infinite outfit ideas and the confidence to dress like a boy but act like a girl. -- Alexa Chung
To Jane's horror, he unfolded her paper and read aloud. "Possible Candidates as Lovers. -- Tina Gabrielle
Now we sit and wait," the woman said, and she settled into a chair, the gun on her lap.
"What are we waiting for?" Jane asked.
The woman stared at her. Said, calmly: "The end. -- Tess Gerritsen
Christ, he had GI Jane as his receptionist. -- Kristen Ashley
She is an attractive, robust, fleshy, large-headed woman several years younger than Laura (it seems that every one, suddenly, is at least slightly younger than she). -- Michael Cunningham
Goddamn it, Joanna!' Claire called. After twelve years her voice was sharper than Jo remembered. 'I know you're standing on the stairs,' she said. 'I can see you. Get down here and help me! -- Tiffany Baker
Jane," I said quietly.
She opened her eyes, she had been far away in prayer.
"Yes, Mary? Forgive me, I was praying."
"If you go on flirting with the king with those sickly little smiles, one of us Boleyns is going to scratch your eyes out. -- Philippa Gregory
I do not know what to say, how to tempt you. If you had a price, I would pay it. If you desired particular words, I would say them. I would be anything you want, Jane. Just come back. Please come back.
- Matthew in a letter to Jane. -- Charlotte Featherstone
HONORINE BEATRIX -- Honore De Balzac
Jane, will you marry me?"
"A poor blind man, whom you will have to lead about by the hand?"
"A crippled man, twenty years older older than you, whom you will have to wait on?"
"Most truly, sir. -- Charlotte Bronte
Boy, would I like to see you give some old harpie the three in one!
Don't be vulgar, Jane. Let us be crooked, but never common. -- Preston Sturges
Bridget. Sleeping with a twenty-nine year old off Twitter on the second date is not 'rather like in Jane Austen's day'. (Talitha) -- Helen Fielding
I have been poisoned in your love and now I need antidote Jacqueline.L.J! <3 -="">3> -- Omaid Olovejlj Zazai
Okay, okay, I can do this, Jane said to herself. Of course I can do this. I should be used to making a fool out of myself by now. This will be the last big one. Just three weeks and then I can leave this part of myself behind and get on with my life. And maybe it'll be fun. It might even be fun. -- Shannon Hale
Eliza, my pancreas. -- Tiffanie Debartolo
Miss Andrews is really nice -- Nicholas Sparks
Jane decided he was certainly beautiful, with brown eyes and a well-shaped nose. It is a refreshing thing for an ordinary-looking woman to look at a beautiful man occasionally and Jane gave herself up to contemplation. -- Barbara Pym
Drunk, Jane spoke as though she were Nancy Drew. I was a fool for a girl with a dainty lexicon. -- Michael Chabon
From Mrs. Bennett to Jane: I knew how it would be. I always said it must be so, at last. I was sure you could not be so beautiful for nothing! -- Jane Austen
We're never going to forget our sister Jodie. -- Jacqueline Wilson
"Your name. My back. I can't fucking wait."
Jane whistled under her breath. "Do I get to do it?"
He barked a laugh. "No!"
"Come on. I'm a surgeon, I'm good with knives. -- J.r. Ward
Anne Shirley. Anne with an e. -- Lucy Maud Montgomery
If one plays with fire, one should be prepared to burn, Jane."
"You say that as if I'm in danger from you."
"Maybe you are," Tobias growled as the scent of her invaded his nostrils... -- Monica Burns
Jane's novels are so true to life that even two centuries later they are fresh and funny and, yes, relevant as ever. -- Margaret Sullivan
What Fresh Hell is this."
Jane Eyre -- Jennifer Rinehart
Yes, your man, Jane Porter. Your savage, primeval man come out of the jungle to claim his mate--the woman who ran away from him," he added almost fiercely. -- Edgar Rice Burroughs
Edward couldn't imagine his cousin Jane with a husband and a child, even though she was sixteen years old and sixteen was a bit spinsterish, by the standards of the day. -- Cynthia Hand
And yet Jane still couldn't help feeling sorry for the anticyclonic. That mutant left-handed runt of the liter... the poor damned giant evil beautiful thing... -- Bruce Sterling
What lady do you think prettiest?" Said Sallie.
"Which do you like the best?"
"Jo, of course."
"What silly questions you ask!" and Jo gave a disdainful shrug as the rest laughed at Laurie's matter-of-fact tone -- Louisa May Alcott
Melissa officinalis -- Ann Bellows
Her shortsightedness had almost brought the entire multiverse to oblivion. That Admiral Janeway had chosen to die so her younger self and crew might live, but had that been a noble sacrifice? Or was it her only escape from pain she no longer knew how to endure? How -- Kirsten Beyer
Jess again. Mark had called her Jessica. As if she were a full person, not a truncated portion of one. -- Courtney Milan
Madeline Reynolds -- Natasha Lowe
Jane Austin was a complete and most sensible lady, but a very incomplete and rather insensible (not senseless) woman. If this is heresy, I cannot help it. -- Charlotte Bronte
I'll be like your bodyguard or something. Me Tarzan. You Jane. -- Nyrae Dawn
But, Jane, I summon you as my wife: it is you only I intend to marry. -- Charlotte Bronte
I feel it's like being a kid and dressing up, because that's what Baby Jane is. -- Millicent Martin
Finally, he knew the kind of loving that made two one and understood Jane was his world. His ocean, his country, his sun, his rain, his very heart. -- Karen Marie Moning
Outside the door, a teller with a blue rosette chomps on an apple and asks for my number. She smiles a thank you and reveals a ghastly, gaping tunnel of masticated apple, edge with violent mauve lipstick seemingly applied by Bette Davis in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane. -- Maddie Grigg