Jill Shalvis Quotes.

21. "We’re sisters. Sisters are supposed to tell. Yes, but I’m the oldest. She went into some complicated upside-down yoga pose. Oldest sisters are supposed to be perfect. Says who? Older sisters."
- Jill Shalvis, Simply Irresistible

22. "A sign warned her to keep a lookout for river otters, osprey—what the heck were osprey?—and bald eagles."
- Jill Shalvis, Simply Irresistible

23. "Arousal and embarrassment warred for space inside her, but she managed both with equal aplomb—she was nothing if not an excellent multitasker. How long have you been there?"
- Jill Shalvis, Simply Irresistible

24. "How long have you been there? He stroked a damp curl off her forehead and pressed a single soft kiss to the pulse racing at the base of her throat. Just got there. You okay? Lord, the things he could do her with those lips. Y—yes. Sure? Uh-huh. She tried to look innocent. Like maybe she always just sat around. On a washer. While it was running. Why? Because you’re all breathless and a little sweaty. His eyes were darkening, his voice lowering in timbre. And you’re sitting on a washer."
- Jill Shalvis, Simply Irresistible

25. "Formica countertops, she said as if she’d discovered asbestos."
- Jill Shalvis, Simply Irresistible

26. "Don’t take life too seriously. After all, none of us are getting out alive anyway. PHOEBE TRAEGER"
- Jill Shalvis, Simply Irresistible

27. "down to the floor, she accepted that she was"
- Jill Shalvis, Simply Irresistible

28. "Men are like roses. You have to watch out for the pricks. PHOEBE TRAEGER"
- Jill Shalvis, Simply Irresistible

29. "Pretend you still believe I'm that superhero"
- Jill Shalvis, Simply Irresistible

30. "Mistletoe." Lorie snatched up the dried spirg, and held it to her chest like it was a bar of gold... "It's for you." "You want to kiss me? Well, why didn't you just say so?" Hope leaned in and puckered up. "Give me your best shot." Laughing, Lorie shoved her away. "I don't want to kiss you. I want someone else to kiss you. A penis-carrying someone."
- Jill Shalvis, Merry and Bright

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