Dancing at Midnight Quotes

Julia Quinn
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"He smiled, but it was a small one, and Belle got the impression that he was not a man who smiled often" (Chapter 1, p. 3).

"Bella smiled archly, his apology somehow relieving her tension. 'I am rather uncommon myself'" (Chapter 3, p. 41).

"I am certain you have the soul of a poet," she persisted" (Chapter 5, p. 80).

"John was awakened by the sound of his screams. Gasping for air, he clutched his arms to his stomach. He rolled back and forth, his body racked by silent sobs" (Chapter 7, p. 110).

"He heard his older brother Damien's voice pounding in his head. 'You are not a titled gentleman'" (Chapter 8, p. 120).

"I have reason to believe that he," Belle chose her words carefully, "cares for me, but he feels that he cannot act on that emotion" (Chapter 9, p. 135).

"I shall send a note round to Lady Forthright immediately. Oh, and you shall be able to...

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