Cheryl Bradshaw’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Cheryl Bradshaw Quotes 

Cheryl Bradshaw, a writer whom I am guessing you love? Here are our 10 best Cheryl Bradshaw quotes for you to enjoy. At Australia Unwrapped we believe every book has at least one quotable line, and our mission is to find them all. Here you will find Cheryl Bradshaw’s top 10 popular and famous quotes. Like every good writer Cheryl Bradshaw made a number of memorable quotes, here are some of our favourites: 

Popular Quotes

“he didn’t just demean women, he didn’t respect them either.”
Cheryl Bradshaw,  Hush Now Baby

 “Quinn’s father entered the room, placed a supportive hand on her shoulder. At six foot four, he towered over her five-foot-eight frame. In his early sixties and with alabaster hair, he still looked as fit as she remembered him being when she was a child. A devout vegetarian with a workout regimen that included jogging five miles a day, it wasn’t hard to see why his body had held up so well. Or why he was the perfect match for her mother, a woman with a cocoa-colored pixie cut and the looks of a modern-day Grace Kelly. “I’m surprised Marcus isn’t here to see you off,” her father said.”
― Cheryl Bradshaw, Eye for Revenge

“a discomforting feeling like she was being watched consumed her. Troubled, she kept her eye on her destination and picked up the pace. The brittle winter air scratched against her skin like sandpaper, chilling her to the core. She pulled the scarf around her neck a bit tighter, burrowed her face into it, and kept going. Almost there.”
― Cheryl Bradshaw, Gone Daddy Gone

 “There’s one more thing—a phone number. I found it on the last page. It’s written in pencil, and on the light side, but I can still make the numbers out.” Cade swerved off the road, jerking the truck to a stop. “What are you doing?” I said. He held his hand out. “Let’s try it, see what happens.” “The number?” “Why not? Who knows”
― Cheryl Bradshaw, Stranger in Town

 “I turned on the light, illuminating the master bedroom, and then gasped, throwing my hand over my nose to mask the indescribable odor. The scene before me was horrific. On the bed, Bradley and Regina Kent lay next to one another. Their eyes were closed. But they weren’t sleeping: they were dead.”
― Cheryl Bradshaw, Stranger in Town

 “I gazed at the Wyoming skyline. It was vibrant and alive, its pastel shades of pink and blue swirling together like billowy layers of cotton candy. Of all the places I’d been in my life, Wyoming sunsets were spectacular, the grandest I’d ever seen.”
― Cheryl Bradshaw, Hush Now Baby

“It bugged me that the cover bedding was seldom washed, like slapping on a set of sheets made up for a bedspread that contained more germs per inch than the inside of a frat boy’s toilet. ”
― Cheryl Bradshaw, Stranger in Town

 “Even when the anguish fades away, the memories linger, the smallest reminder becoming a trigger to a time long past.”
― Cheryl Bradshaw, Hush Now Baby

“What kills a skunk is the publicity it gives itself. -ABRAHAM LINCOLN”
― Cheryl Bradshaw, Sinnerman

“Funny thing about trying to change a person—it never worked.”
― Cheryl Bradshaw, Stranger in Town

10 Famous Quotes by Author Cheryl Bradshaw

Quotes for all, here you found our selection of 10 Cheryl Bradshaw quotes. Make sure you help by commenting your best Cheryl Bradshaw quote below and sharing our favourite authors so we can look them up, read some of their works and give you the best quotes we can find. We hope you enjoyed our top 10 quotes by Cheryl Bradshaw. However, feel free to comment below if you disagree or would like to include some other great and memorable Cheryl Bradshaw quotes in our list. 

One Final Bonus – Cheryl Bradshaw Quote 

“you’re kicking me out?” “It’s not like you don’t have a place to go. You haven’t sold your place in town yet. You’ll be fine. I need this right now.” “You know what; I don’t think you mean a word of it. You’re not in your right mind because of all that’s happened these past few days. You just need some time to get back to yourself again.” “I’m thinking clearer now than I have in a while.” He snatched one of my empty glass canisters from the kitchen counter and heaved it across the room. It smashed against the window, and the glass shattered. In an instant Taye Diggs was through the front door and by my side. “What’s going on here?” Taye said. “Nothing that concerns you,” Nick said. “Get out.” Taye looked at me. “You okay?” “She’s fine,” Nick said. “You can go.” “After you,” Taye said, his arm extended toward the door. “You hard of hearing or something? I told you to go,” Nick said. Taye didn’t budge, and neither did Nick.”
― Cheryl Bradshaw, Sinnerman

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