Breath of Scandal Quotes

Sandra Brown
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Yeah, Jade. I’d like to hear all about how I raped you.
-- Neal Patchett (Chapter 4 paragraph 2)

Importance: Neal assumes a cocky stance and attitude at the police station, mocking Jade because he knows that his father has rigged it so that he will not go to jail.

To be really successful, one must also develop patience and self-discipline.
-- Forrest Pilot (Chapter 9 paragraph 8)

Importance: This quote shows that while Dillon is talented, he can also be immature and insolent. Dillon will have to mature if he is to succeed in Pilot's company.

God had been merciful in one respect. Graham bore no resemblance to any of her three attackers.
-- Narrator (Chapter 10 paragraph 4)

Importance: The fact that Graham bore no resemblance to the rapists meant that any one could claim innocence or paternity, a fact that appears later in the story.

The Hearons had been more like parents to her than her own.
-- Narrator (Chapter 13 paragraph 11)

Importance: Jade's relationship to the Hearons allowed her to heal some of the...

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