... I discovered life sometimes has a way of giving you what you need, but not in the form you expect.— Lisa Kleypas
Stunning Sugar Daddy quotations
Most men don't seem to get that telling a pissed-off woman to calm down is like throwing gunpowder on a fire.” ~ Liberty Jones
A couple of times in your life, it happens like that.
You meet a stranger, and all you know is that you need to know everything about him.
Sometimes life has a cruel sense of humor, giving you the thing you always wanted at the worst time possible.
I've always thought it was about finding the right person.
But it's about choosing the right person, isn't it?
Some people there's no getting over.
I realized I wasn't going to find a man until I was willing to expose myself to possible harm, to assume the risks of rejection and betrayal and heartbreak that came along with caring about someone. Someday, I promised myself, I would be ready for that kind of risk.
I'd sell my soul to have you. In my whole life, you'll always be what I wanted most." ~ Hardy Cates
I thought about the future, the oceans and continents he would cross, far away from everyone who knew and loved him. Far outside the sphere of his mothers prayers. Among the women of the future, there was one who would know his secrets and bear his children, and witness the changes the years worked on him. And it wouldnt be me. -Liberty Jones
Gravity is matter’s sugar daddy.
His kisses tapped into deep mines of memory, and the years that had separated us fell away as if they were nothing.
I've always been very chauvinistic, even in my boy-obsessed days.
But I was always a gentleman. I alwaysd treated my boys like real ladies. Always escorted them properly and, in fact, I suppose if I were a lot older - like 40 or 50 - I'd be a wonderful sugar daddy to some little queen down in Kensington. I'd have a houseboy named Richard to order around.
This was in San Francisco, in 1987. A bunch of kids were camped out in the Riviera Hotel - boy hustlers and their sugar daddy. One boy, Tank, showed us his gun. 'It's not loaded,' he said. He pointed the gun to his head, then out the window, and then to the ceiling. When the gun was pointed to the ceiling, he pulled the trigger and it went off. The gun was loaded after all.
Hardy was every loose-limbed cowboy in warn denim, every pair of blue eyes, every battered pickup, every hot cloudless day." -Liberty