5 Great Lines from J.D. Robb, Promises in Death
“A pity it was so early in the day and I couldn’t treat myself to the roller coaster. We’ll have to come back, you and I, and make up for it.”
“Sure, when I’ve lost my mind and want to rush screaming through the air in a little car.”
Eve-“…he said that being involved with a cop, being in a relationship with one … He said every day you have to block out the worry. Fear,” she corrected. “He said fear. Is that how it is?”
Roarke- … “I fell in love with who you are, with what you are. I took on the whole package.”
“That’s not answering the question. Or, I guess, it is.”
“How can I love you and not be afraid? You’re my life, Eve, my heart. You’re asking, you’re wondering if I ever worry, if I ever fear, that one day Peabody or Feeney, your commander – a cop who’s become a friend – will knock on my door? Of course I do.”
“Do little pink fairies sing and dance in your world, Peabody?”
“Sometimes, when it’s very quiet and no one else can see.”
“I see you’ve destroyed another police vehicle. Perhaps you now hold the record.”
Eve-“I think it’d be embarrassing to be dead in the Hoochie-Coochie River.”
“What’s the difference?”
“Quite a bit, I’d think.”
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