Defiance (Courier's Daughter) Quotes

C. J. Redwine
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He isn't coming home.
-- Rachel (Chapter 1 paragraph 2)

Importance: This is one of the first lines in the novel. This sets the stage as Rachel attends the reading of her father's will after the Commander has him declared dead.

Now the morning light feels harsh against my eyes, and my brain feels incapable of even the most rudimentary exercise in logic. Twelve hours into my role as her Protector and I'm sure of one thing: Moving Rachel into my little brick-and-mortar cottage wasn't one of my better ideas.
-- Logan (Chapter 4 paragraph 4)

Importance: This quote does not only show some of Logan's personality and his need to be able to think logically, but it also shows his frustration and guilt in the first hours acting as Rachel's Protector.

What would Logan do?
-- Rachel (Chapter 7 paragraph 12)

Importance: This quote shows that despite her determination not to care about Logan, Rachel has come to rely on him through their previous friendship and their new roles as...

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