Jean Plaidy Quotes.

1. "How stupid lovers can be! But if they were not, there would be no story."
- Jean Plaidy, The Courts of Love

2. "I was always amused by the prayers of the saintly. God do this, God don’t do that. I thought God probably laughed at them too, unless He was a little annoyed by their temerity."
- Jean Plaidy, The Courts of Love

3. "And there he lay in his bed, a broken man, worn out by a way of life which had been thrust upon him because of the antics of a wayward pig."
- Jean Plaidy, The Courts of Love

4. "Oh, the shame that I suffer now . . . the shame of a vanquished King. And those were the last words of Henry Plantagenet."
- Jean Plaidy, The Courts of Love

5. "I really believe there are some people who hate to contemplate the happiness of others."
- Jean Plaidy, Victoria Victorious: The Story of Queen Victoria

6. "What was the good of restrained laughter; it made a mockery of the entire practice of laughing."
- Jean Plaidy, Victoria Victorious: The Story of Queen Victoria

7. "his lips. I fear, Mama, that I am not. But I am innocent in this case."
- Jean Plaidy, Victoria Victorious: The Story of Queen Victoria

8. "But our lives were not as they seemed, were they, Sophia? No one's life ever is."
- Jean Plaidy, The Captive of Kensington Palace

9. "Gentlemen, if my love for you equaled my ignorance of everything concerning you, it would indeed be unbounded."
- Jean Plaidy, The Captive of Kensington Palace

10. "At four years of age children accept without surprise that which is daily paraded before their eyes"
- Jean Plaidy, The Borgias: Two Novels in One Volume

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