Eowyn Ivey Quotes

Eowyn Ivey Quotes

Why was it always the woman's fate to pace and fret and wait?

Then he returned to Mabel and put his mouth to her ear. I'd never let anything happen to you. You know that, don't you?

He stood there a moment, listened to the creek, and let the mountain air blow against his face. Even with all this heartache, it was beautiful here.

It was beautiful, Mabel knew, but it was a beauty that ripped you open and scoured you clean so that you were left helpless and exposed, if you lived at all.

A boy trying out a man's language.

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