23 Best Ian Quotes And Sayings

ian was a great man. His legacy will be remembered for generations to come. Many people have been inspired by his words, and the work he has done in the name of peace and justice is everlasting. This article is a collection of ian quotes Read more

ian was a great man. His legacy will be remembered for generations to come. Many people have been inspired by his words, and the work he has done in the name of peace and justice is everlasting.

This article is a collection of ian quotes.

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I resisted the urge to hurl my plate at him. “Of course not, Ian. It’s just that normally at this hour, Bones and I are fucking like rabbits, so I get twitchy when I have to wait for him to climb aboard. Jeaniene Frost
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Your mum pounced on her and started sucking away. Would’ve been arousing if not for all the screaming.”“ Ian, ” Bones drew out warningly. He grinned. “You’re right. I was aroused anyway. Jeaniene Frost
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Anything for Byron’s least favorite apprentice. It’s the least I can do since you took over my torch. Rachel E. Carter
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So how did you do it? What makes the cold-hearted princeling mortal like the rest of us? Rachel E. Carter
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Stop tormenting Derian.”“Me?” Edgar gaped at her with a clearly fake look of innocence.“ Yes, you.”“ And what about you? When will you stop tormenting him?” Edgar moved past the young queen to approach the unmoving captain. He circled the man as though he were checking out a statue on display “I’m not tormenting him; why would you say that?”“ You have the poor guy believing you actually intend to marry him.” Edgar stopped to fix the captain’s collar, raising it up high and stiff around his . Richelle E. Goodrich
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Eena worried to Ian in her thoughts. (You’re not going to let him walk away thinking what I think he’s thinking, are you?)( You won't change his mind. The evidence is a little suggestive. You should have just stayed behin Richelle E. Goodrich
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Eena turned aside, breathing shallowly as her mind raced with questions. She was glad he couldn’t read the confusion that swooped her up like a passing tornado. Was it even possible to genuinely love more than one man? Yes. Oh, yes. She knew it because her heart irrefutably felt it. She loved Derian; it was true. She wasn’t trying to convince herself of it, no matter what Edgar said. She yearned deeply for her captain. But she loved Ian too. She always had. Only she purposefully, appropriately, had set those feelings aside when he made the decision to pursue Angelle. But Angelle was gone now. No, Eena thought to herself, this changes nothing. She scolded her heart for longing for something spent and ended, for even considering the possibility. Her with Ian? No, no, it had to remain in the past. Richelle E. Goodrich
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Ian was a good man–honest, trustworthy, loyal, and of honorable character. His desire to keep his promise to Angelle and to be a respectable servant of Harrowbeth would always take president over any personal feelings, no matter how intense or gratifying they might be. He would never betray Harrowbeth. He would never cheat Derian or Angelle. He would never deceive his queen, even if in so doing he would find a love and happiness they both longed to share. His commitment to what he saw as right meant more. Richelle E. Goodrich
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They went back to scooping up breakfast, licking the mess off their fingers. Soon the pile of berry mush was gone and their tongues were dyed a nice midnight blue. Ian seemed in a good mood, sticking his tongue out playfully at his best friend. Eena did likewise, right back at him. She was happy he was smiling, even if his teeth were purple. (You’re too much fun, Eena, ) Ian announced in her mind. (I’m really glad we’re friends.) ( Me too, ) she agreed. (Best friends.) Ian leaned back on his hands and watched the waves roll in from far off. The swells were building into large, flat-crested waves. (Angelle never thought like you do. You’re creative and kinda crazy. Her thoughts were always more simple and, well….normal.) (Yeah, well, deadly dragons and evil witches tend to suck all the normal right out of you, ) she grumbled. ( I suppose.) . Richelle E. Goodrich
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Despair is not for the living but for those unable to rise and continue; they are the only souls with a right to it. It is an end where breath and strength and will have vanished, leaving no way to persevere. To sink into the abyss that is despair is to suffer an existence far worse than death; therefore, cling to its enemy, our ally–hope. For life goes on, and we must not live in despair. We must not. Richelle E. Goodrich
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That was the coolest thing ever.” Eena smiled at the fact that she’d been lucky enough to touch the wings of a real crioness. “That was highly unusual. I can’t believe they came right up to us–to you.” “ They were hungry, I’m sure.” “ Still, crioness are cautious. They always avoid people. To let you touch him like it did….” She grinned with pure satisfaction. “Wild huh? Derian’s not going to believe me when I tell him.” Eena cocked her head when Ian laughed out loud. “What?” she asked, a note of offense in her. Richelle E. Goodrich
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Thanks, Ian, but sometimes there’s just nothing you can do.” Her feet moved forward again towards the center of Lacsar Forest. “That’s not true, Eena. I can always listen. Richelle E. Goodrich
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Hey, guard! ” Ian hollered out loud. “Do you think we could get a bathroom break?” The guard seemed to snicker as he pointed to the grass outside the cell. Eena smirked at how dead-on her thoughts had been after all. “ Come on, ” Ian complained. “She can’t do that, she’s a girl.” The soldier smiled wryly, a shrug communicating his indifference. Eena laughed in her mind. ( I don’t know what you think’s so funny. You’re the one who’s gotta pee.) Oddly enough, that fact just made her laugh even more. Richelle E. Goodrich
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He reached out for her hand and she grabbed onto his. “Eena, when you’re ready to talk about it, I’ll be here. That’s what best friends are for.” She let the tears fall. He’d never know they were for him. He’d think they were because of Derian. They held hands silently throughout the night, Ian unaware that this was by far her most tortured nightmare ever. Paradise so close, and yet completely unattainable. . Richelle E. Goodrich
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Eena! ” Recognizing Ian’s voice, Eena turned to find him approaching her from behind. He was entirely clad in body armor and gauntlets, cradling an open-faced helmet in one arm. Painted on his chest plate was a flaming, gold sword. From his side hung a leather sheath, a golden hilt peeking from the top. “ I’m glad you’re back. You are going to stay and watch us play, aren’t you?” He looked hopeful she’d say yes. Eena smiled brightly. “I didn’t know you were talented enough to be on a dueling team. Nice sword, ” she t. Richelle E. Goodrich
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Love grows and wanes, but honor, duty, and commitment, those things are constant and stable. They define who you are. Richelle E. Goodrich
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Charles, mate, you fret too much. I'm a grown man, I am, and I can blood my handle."" Handle your blood?" Bones offered dryly. Ian grinned. "Exactly. Jeaniene Frost
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Never regret trusting someone. It proves you have a heart. But if he turns out to be a lying worm ... I'm not going to waste my time crying. Because I am way too fabulous for that. Jude Watson
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Before you go, mate, turn on the telly. Something raunchy too. Think I'll rub off one before I go to sleep Jeaniene Frost
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Christ girl, Îâ„¢ wasn't even going to bite you. Well, not the way you're thinking." "I'm flattered you want to fuck me as well as muder me. Really, Liam, that's sweet." He grinned. "Valentine's Day was just last month, after all. Jeaniene Frost