“She didn’t want soft and gentle. She needed his rough possession, claiming her, branding her, taking…”

“She didn’t want soft and gentle. She needed his rough possession, claiming her, branding her, taking her in a firestorm of heat and flame that would end the world around them, leaving them nothing but ashes, clean and fierce and forever welded together.”

Christine Feehan, Wild Fire
(via gardenstated)

“She warned me about how moody she is; she thought I’d easily leave if she showed me all her day…”

“She warned me about how moody she is; she thought I’d easily leave if she showed me all her day faces, but she didn’t know how much I love the moon and all its phases.”

Maram Rimawi (via wnq-writers)