actions speak louder than words— Becca Fitzpatrick
The most helpful Becca Fitzpatrick quotes that are little-known but priceless
I have a free couple of hours," I told him, walking toward my car, which was parked on the next block. "There's a very private, very secluded barn in Lookout Hill Park behind the carousel. I could be there in fifteen minutes." I heard the smile in his voice. "You want me bad.
But if I hadn't fallen, I wouldn't have met you.
Angel... I don't think you understand the lengths I would go to if it means keeping you here with me.' -Patch (PG 262)
Did I really want to stay on this road longer, knowing it was only going to end in devastation?
Tacos." "Tacos?" I echoed. This seemed to amuse him. "Tomatoes, lettuce, cheese." "I know what a taco is!
there's only one thing i know for certain anymore.
" he turned, his eyes a clear black. "that i would do anything for you, even if it means going against mu instincts or my very nature. i would lay down everything i possess, even my soul, for you. if that isn't love, it's the best i have.
I nibbled my lower lip. "If you could see into my past just by touching my back, you'd have a hard time resisting the temptation too." "I have a hard time keeping my hands off you without that added bonus.
I'm not leaving until you tell me why you followed me.
I know I'm a fascinating guy, but this is starting to feel like an unhealthy obsession.
reading a good book in silence is like eating chocolate for the rest of your life and never getting fat.
I had fun last night," I told Patch, flicking off my chin strap and handing over my helmet. "I'm officially on love with your sheets." "That the only thing you're in love with?" "Nope. Your mattress, too." Some smile crept into Patch's eyes. "My bed's an open invitation.
It’s brown.” So maybe I had the teeniest, tiniest, most infinitesimal amount of auburn in my hair. I was still a brunette. “It’s the lighting,” I said. “Yeah, maybe it’s the lightbulbs.” His smile brought up both sides of his mouth, and a dimple surfaced.
Sometimes bad things have to happen before good things can.
Being with you never felt wrong. It's the one thing I did right. You're the one thing I did right.
Nothing makes me happy quite like a boatload of freshly fried fast food, smothered in good old MSG.
I need an endorphin boost.” “And making out in an abandoned barn with me will give you one?” “No, it will probably put me in an endorphin coma, and I’m more than happy to test the theory.
He felt warm and familiar. He felt solid and safe. I wanted to cling to his shirt, bury my face into the warm curve of his neck, and never let go.
After a long day, my favorite way to unwind is by going running.
Not exactly the most relaxing activity, granted, but I always imagine I'm sweating out all the things weighing on my mind.
Don't blame me. Tell your mom to move closer. Tell her there's this new club called civilization and you guys should join.
I love you more than I think I should.
I took three steps back; he nudged the door closed with his foot. “You like Mexican?” he asked. “I—” I’d like to know what you’re doing inside my house! “Tacos?” “Tacos?” I echoed. This seemed to amuse him. “Tomatoes, lettuce, cheese.” “I know what a taco is!
Her hair was strawberry blond, and she had the shape of a popsicle stick: turn her sideways and she practically disappeared.
Patch: "It's hard to concentrate on answers with you looking like that.
You think the two of us and a slummy motel make for a dangerous combination?
I take that back. If Hank wants to shoot Scott, he has my blessing.
You’re a guardian angel now.”.... I’m your guardian angel,” he said. “I get my very own guardian angel? What, exactly, is your job description?” “Guard your body.” His smile tipped higher. “I take my job seriously, which means I’m going to need to get acquainted with the subject matter on a personal level.
He tasted deeper, holding himself over me, and suddenly he was everywhere;
his knee trapping my leg, his lips grazing warm, rough, sensuous. He splayed his hand at the small of my back, holding me tightly, driving me to sink my fingers deeper into him, clinging to him as if letting go would mean losing part of myself.
Quit calling me Grey. It makes me sound like I’m a boy. Like Dorian Gray.” “Dorian who?” I sighed. “Just think up something else. Plain old Nora works too, you know.” “Sure thing, Gumdrop.” I grimaced. “I take that back. Let’s stick with Grey.
When it comes to reflexes, I'm like a cat.
I'm Catwoman. I'm invulnerable. The only reason he got a piece of me is because of the rain. Cats don't like water. It impairs us. It's our kryptonite.
You smell good, too,” said Patch It’s called a shower.
” I was staring straight ahead. When he didn’t answer, I turned sideways. “Soap. Shampoo. Hot water.” Naked. I know the drill.
I don't have 'five' you can borrow. My piggy bank is officially anorexic.
I hung my fingertips on his waistband, tugging him closer.
Patch buried his face in the curve of my shoulder, his hands flexing over my back. He gave a low groan. "I love you," he murmured into my hair. "I'm happier right now than I ever remember being.
I love you,Nora. Whatever happens, promise me you'll remember that. I don't care why you came into my life,only that you did. I don't remember all the things i did wrong. I remember what i did right, I remember you. You made my life meaningful. You made my life special.
His finger flicked open a button on my cardigan-then two, three, four.
It tumbled off my shoulders, leaving me in my camisole. He pushed up the hem, teasing and stroking his thumb across my stomach. My breath came in a sharp intake of air.
Nice costume," he said. "Ditto. I can tell you put alot of though into yours." Amusement curled his mouth. "If you don't like it, I can take it off." I tapped my chin thoughtfully. "That just might be the best proposal I've had all night." "My offers are always the best, Angel.
Don’t start. I saw Marcie climb inside your Jeep.” “She needed a ride.” I adopted a hands-on-hips pose. “What kind of ride?” “Not that kind of ride,” he said slowly.
They say that when you're about to die, your life flashes before your eyes.
They never tell you that when you watch someone you once loved dying, hovering between this life and the next, it's twice as painful, because you're reliving two lives that traveled one road together.
I’m going to grab a cheeseburger,” I told Patch.
“Want anything?” “Nothing on the menu.” I smiled. “Why, Patch, are you flirting with me?
Ready?" Despite the grim mood, I smiled and cracked my knuckles.
"Ready to wrestle with my gorgeous boyfriend? Oh, I'd say I'm ready for that." Amusement softened his eyes. "I'll try to control where I put my hands, but in the heat of things, who knows what could happen?" I added. Patch grinned. "Sounds promising.
Are you gloating inside? That's what this is about, isn't it? Getting me to trust you so you could blow it up in my face!" [...] "I get that you're angry—," said Patch. "I am ripped apart!" I shouted.
The only thing a boyfriend was good for was a shattered heart.
Why is Anthony Amowitz using his pimp smile on you?” “You’re only calling him a pimp because he’s here. At Marcie’s.” “Yeah, so?” “He’s being nice.” I elbowed her. “Smile back.” “Being nice? He’s being horny.
All I can think about is bed.” “We’re sharing the same thought.” “You’re thinking about bed too?” “I’m thinking about YOU in MY bed.
Fine! I'll throw on some clothes. Turn around. I'm in my pj's" "I'm a guy. That's like asking a kid not to glance at the candy counter.
Nice costume," he said. "Ditto. I can tell you put a lot of thought into yours." Amusement curled his mouth. "If you don't like it, I can take it off.
Hang on, did you just call me Angel?" I asked.
"If I did?" "I don't like it." He grinned. "It stays, Angel.
I'd fallen in love with the devil.
I personally believe Patch scared the pants off normal, and it took off running for the far side of the world.
I’m not going anywhere near a motel with you.
I’m doing boy detox. Like a diet, only for my emotional health.