Say You're Sorry Quotes

Melinda Leigh
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But the bloody image that haunted his sleep didn’t belong to Tessa. It was Morgan’s. Even in his sleep he knew that she was the one who had the power to hurt him.
-- Lance (Chapter 6)

Importance: After discovering Tessa's body in the woods, Lance is unable to sleep for fear of what images will haunt his dreams. When he finally falls asleep, he imagines Morgan in Tessa's position. This suggests that he cares deeply about Morgan and that his worst fear is something happening to her.

While some female ADAs strove to downplay their femininity, Morgan had chosen to highlight hers, and she was often underestimated because of it.
-- Morgan (Chapter 3)

Importance: Morgan dresses femininely while she is on the job, no matter whether she is in court or tracking down witnesses through the forest. The depiction of an intelligent and powerful woman who is not afraid to be feminine sends an important message...

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