Linda Lael Miller Quotes.

11. "Liking something and wanting to take it for a ride are two very different things', Joslyn sais, climbing out of the truck to stand on the ground. Hutch's eyes sparkled as he came around to face her. 'I'm not touching that one with a ten-foot pole,' he told her."
- Linda Lael Miller, Big Sky Country

12. "I’m a sucker for punishment, Joslyn answered cheerfully. There’s something about him— Raw sexual magnetism, maybe? Kendra prompted, beginning to perk up as the caffeine hit her bloodstream. You noticed, Joslyn joked. It’s hard not to, Kendra replied. I think God was showing off a little when He decided to throw Slade Barlow together. Amen, agreed Joslyn."
- Linda Lael Miller, Big Sky Country

13. "will your daughter be here?"
- Linda Lael Miller, Big Sky Country

14. "kibble, coffee and a few other staples, and headed,"
- Linda Lael Miller, Tyler

15. "I shall have to drink poi­son if we are taken cap­tive and forced to live in a harem."
- Linda Lael Miller, Taming Charlotte

16. "Her fatigue was gone; she felt vital and strong, like a tree coming back to life in the springtime, vibrant with sap, ready to put out buds and then blossoms."
- Linda Lael Miller, Springwater

17. "He wished he knew how to make tea, wished he even had some to try with. That was what Miss June-bug wanted when she was feeling low, a good cup of tea, and it always seemed to brace her right up."
- Linda Lael Miller, Springwater

18. "She said a silent prayer of gratitude and went to the stove, making as little noise as possible, stirring the embers with a poker and then shoving in several sticks of the precious seasoned wood. When the stove was putting out noticeable heat again, she made her way to the hearth and repeated the process, feeling a certain primitive joy as the flames leaped up around the fresh logs, crackling cheerfully and spilling warmth over her bare feet."
- Linda Lael Miller, Springwater

19. "He had a tenderness in him, and a streak of poetry, and she knew he loved the land for far more than its ability to sustain him."
- Linda Lael Miller, Springwater

20. "She wanted to ask about the McCaffreys' children, but the question seemed too personal. Westerners were private sorts, in Evangeline's judgment, with more than their share of secrets. "It scares me a little," she confessed. "The idea of being so alone, I mean." June-bug favored her with another smile. "Bein' alone ain't necessarily bad, you know. A person can come to understand herself real well that way. Some folks pass their whole lives without learnin' a thing about their own minds and spirits, but out here, all you've got to do is pay attention."
- Linda Lael Miller, Springwater

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