Jennifer L. Armentrout Quotes


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Jennifer L. Armentrout is an American writer of young adult novels. Some of her works have been on the New York Times bestseller list. Her young adult novel Obsidian has been optioned by Sierra Pictures.

Jennifer L. Armentrout Quotes

Beautiful face. Beautiful body. Horrible attitude. It was the holy trinity of hot boys.

And I learned that sometimes when someone says something so devastatingly perfect, there isn't a need for a response. The words said it all.

Oh, shimmer down, Hunter. You're too testy. How many times have I've told you that you need to chill out, take a vacay. Disney World is really fun this time of the year. you should check it out.

You must stay away from the one who brings nothing but heartache and death. Do you hear me? He brings nothing but death. Always has.

Did you think you could stop me? I'll burn the world down to save her.

That kind of love should've been able to beat sickness. That kind of love should've conquered anything.

People do the damndest things when they’re in love.

What kind of motel sells condoms?"
"My favorite kind of motel?

A few seconds after he stepped out into the hallway and closed the door behind him, there was a fleshly smack and then Andrew yelling, “Ouch. What in the hell was that for?” “Your timing sucks on an epic level,” Daemon shot back.

Because this absolutely insane - the craziest thing I'd ever done. Worse than giving a one-star review, scarier than asking for an interview with an author I'd give my firstborn to eat lunch with, more stupid than kissing Daemon.

"Don't be scared of Bambi" the demon said. "She's only curious and maybe a little bit hungry."

The thing was named Bambi?

Oh, my God, the thing stared at me like it wanted to eat me.

Me and Katy look adorkable in extraterrestrial
highway shirts. You would just look stupid. You can thank me later.

Daemon arched a brow. “You don’t wanna play, Barf, because we can do that nifty freeze thing and play, right here and now.” Oh, for the love of backwoods babies everywhere, this wasn’t necessary. I wrapped my fingers around Daemon’s tense arm. “Come on,” I whispered.

Ever since I’ve met you, I’ve wanted to break every rule.” Aiden turned away, the muscles in his neck tensing. He sighed. “You’ll become the centre of someone’s world one day. And he’ll be the luckiest son of a bitch on this earth.

I couldn't stop staring at his mouth when he spoke. I bet he knew how to kiss. Perfect kisses too, ones that weren't wet and gross, but the kind that curled toes.
I needed to stop looking at him in general.

You know what they say about boys next door...

My heart cracked. Daemon never begged.

She opened her eyes. "Is this real?"
"Very real." I brushed the soaked strands off her cheek, wondering if I was lying or not and if I should care if I was. "Angel, let me kiss you.

Remind me," he paused, drawing in a stuttered gasp, "to never piss you off again. Christ, are you secretly a ninja?

How long have you been standing there?"
"Just long enough to see you give Daemon the middle finger."
"He deserved it.

Your mail could've waited." Daemon followed me into the kitchen. "What is it? Just books?"
Grabbing the OJ from the fridge, I sighed. People who didn't heart books didn't understand.

He seemed to be staring at the chain hanging from the ceiling fan. Seconds later, he confirmed this by reaching out and tugging the chain.
Light clicked on.
He tugged the chain again.
Light went off.
Oh for gods' sake, he had a mean case of ADD sometimes. "Apollo," I snapped.

Ash is going to kick your ass, Daemon."
Daemon's grin went up a notch. "Nah, she likes my ass too much for that.

Daemon pressed his forehead against mine. "Oh, I still want to strangle you. But I'm insane. You're crazy. Maybe that's why. We just make crazy together.

I have the feeling we just made a deal with the devil, and he's going to come back and want our first-born child or something."

Daemon waggled his brows. "You want kids? Because you know, practice makes-"

"Shut up." I shook my head and started walking.

I was feeling the height of bitchiness.

I didn't want to spoil the mood. This was probably the longest Daemon and I had ever spoken without some statement earning him the finger.

I'm not leaving, Kitten. You're going to do this."
My mouth opened as did the door behind us. Stomach dropping, I turned to see Mom standing there in all her fuzzy-bunny pajama glory. Oh, for the love of God.

Daemon!" Dee called from the kitchen. "I need your help!"
"We should go see what she's doing before she destroys your kitchen." He rubbed his hands down his face. "It's possible.

I'm sure I look like a drowned cat."
"You look fine. The wet look works for you."
I scowled. "Now I know you're lying.

Dee loves it here. Before you came, she spent most of her days here."
To Daemon, my arrival was the beginning of the end. The apocalypse. Kat-mageddon. "You know, I'm not going to get your sister in trouble."
"We'll see.

Don't you want to know what cookies is a code word for?"
"No! Good God, no!

I shot him a look. "That bouncer was really big."
His lips quirked. "Oh, Kitten, see, I try not to say bad things."
The grin spread. "I would say size doesn't matter but it does. I would know." he winked, and I let out a disgusted groan. He laughed.

Nancy was so thrilled, I thought she was going to kiss me - and I thought I was actually going to have to hit a chick.

This is everyone's fight. Because
it's everyone's future.

I can’t believe you’re actually here. That you are with me.

Jealous is an ugly thing.

I understood books. I did not understand boys - especially alien boys.

This isn't a book. This isn't a paranormal fantasy or whatever the hell it is you read. There is no set plot or clear idea of where any of this is going. The enemies aren't obvious. There are no guaranteed happy endings.

You read too much.” Daemon exhaled slowly. [...]
"There’s no such thing as that.

Is this what you do with your spare time?” he asked me, ignoring his sister.

“What - are you deciding to talk to me now?” Smiling tightly, I grabbed a handful of mulch and dumped it. Rinse and repeat. “Yeah, it’s kind of a hobby. What’s yours? Kicking puppies?

A smell of burned hair and cotton wafted into the air as I spun toward my desk. There was a low whine from the desk and then smoke billowed out of my closed laptop.
I gaped.
My precious, perfectly brand new laptop I cherished like one would a small child.
Son of a mother…
Friend or not, it was so on

You can come after me or you can get the one thing you've always wanted.
What? A tattoo of your face on my ass?

More books." His eyes went wide. "You have, like, then books you just said you haven't read."
"Doesn't mean I won't get more books." I smiled at is incredulous expression. "I haven't been able to read a lot lately, but I will, and then I won't be out of anything new to read.

My brain must have felt sorry for me, so it’d created the only type of guy I could touch - a fantasy one.

sorry, luv, all is far in war/

Nothing fun in life is easy.

I knew then that death could stop
a lot of things, but it could never cut the bond of friendship.


I promise you that this isn't going to be our future, Kitten. I will give that to you - a normal life."

Her eyes glistened. "I don’t expect a normal life. I just expect a life with you

Oh, dear God and baby Jesus in the manger, my eyes!” Dee shrieked. “My eyes!

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