Debbie Mason: Author Bio About and Best Quotes

Ten of My Favorite Debbie Mason Quotes 

Debbie Mason, a writer whom I am guessing you love? Here are our 10 best Debbie Mason 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 Debbie Mason’s top 10 popular and famous quotes. Like every good writer Debbie Mason made a number of memorable quotes, here are some of our favorites: 

About Debbie Mason

A USA Today and Publishers Weekly bestselling author, Debbie Mason is also the author of the Harmony Harbor series and the Christmas, Colorado series. The first book in her Christmas, Colorado series, “The Trouble with Christmas,” was the inspiration for Hallmark’s “Welcome to Christmas.” The books Debbie has written have been praised by RT Book Reviews for their “likable characters, clever dialogue, and juicy plots.” She enjoys spending time with her family in Ottawa, Canada when she is not writing.

Genre: Romance

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Popular Quotes

“mean he didn’t think about her, keep”
― Debbie Mason, It Happened at Christmas

 “. . . And when the big shark came, Millie the Mermaid found her courage and saved the school of fishes.” Ella Rose made a ta-da motion with her hands.
“That’s a very good story, darling.”
Ella Rose nodded. “Julia’s going to give me a copy of my very own when it gets published. She’s really smart, you know. She writes books. George said she wrote one about you, Daddy. But we can’t read it be—”
Aidan didn’t think this would be a good time for his ex to hear about Julia’s sexy books. “Okay, so who wants to grab a bite to eat before I have to leave?”
Harper frowned at Aidan and then said to their daughter, “I hope Julia told Derek to apologize to you.”
“Yes, she did. And she said that just because someone doesn’t believe what you do doesn’t make you right and them wrong. We have to respect each others differences.”
Harper gave Aidan an apologetic, I-guess-I-overreacted look. “I appreciate that Julia doesn’t talk down to you because you’re children. That’s why Mommy told you that Santa isn’t real and neither are the Easter Bunny and Tooth Fairy. I respect you too much to lie to you, darling. And now, you see, I’m not the only one. Julia doesn’t believe in—”
“Oh, yes, she does, Mommy,” Ella Rose said, her eyes shining “Julia believes in Santa Claus, and the Easter Bunny, and fairies too. She believes in everything magical, and I do too!”
Aidan covered his laugh with a cough.
“Don’t you dare. This is your fault for getting involved with a woman who is delusional. Who in their right mind believes in fairytales and—”
“It’s okay, Mommy. Julia says not everyone can see the magic.”
“All right, Ella Rose, I think I’ve heard just about enough about Julia for—”
“She says why be ordinary when you can be extraordinary?” Ella Rose jumped off the bed and did a pirouette. “I’m going to be extraordinary just like Julia when I grow up.”
― Debbie Mason, Sugarplum Way

“If Madison had a gun, she’d shoot out the sound system pumping “Jingle Bells” through her office speakers. Instead, she bit off Rudolph’s chocolate head and pointed a finger at the brightly colored, foil-wrapped Santa on her desk. “You’re next, big guy.”
― Debbie Mason, The Trouble with Christmas

 “You smell like you showered in gingerbread,” he said, his breath warming her ear.
“Bite me,” she croaked.
His low laugh ruffled her hair. “I might just do that. I really, really like gingerbread.”
At that moment, so did Madison.”
― Debbie Mason, The Trouble with Christmas

 “Maybe you didn’t notice, but I’m not wearing my costume. I’m not the Sugar Plum Cake Fairy today.”
“Oh, I noticed,” he said as his eyes took a lazy head-to-toe tour of her body. “And you still look good enough to eat.”
― Debbie Mason, It Happened at Christmas

 “He stood in the open door, hands planted on the roof of the Suburban. “I’ve never had a woman tell me I gave her nightmares before, but plenty have told me I played a prominent role in their dreams.”
― Debbie Mason, The Trouble with Christmas

“Life wasn’t perfect. It wasn’t meant to be. If you didn’t go through the bad times, the sad times, you wouldn’t appreciate how incredible the good times were.”
― Debbie Mason, Christmas in July

 “He grinned, “Honey, the only fire you’re going to need is the one I light in you.”
He was right.”
― Debbie Mason, The Trouble with Christmas

“I thought love was supposed to be blind, not deaf, too.”
― Debbie Mason, The Trouble with Christmas

“out time for them to be alone or they’d”
― Debbie Mason, The Trouble with Christmas

10 Famous Quotes by Author Debbie Mason

Quotes for all, here you found our selection of 10 Debbie Mason quotes. Make sure you help by commenting your best Debbie Mason quote below and sharing our favorite 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 Debbie Mason. However, feel free to comment below if you disagree or would like to include some other great and memorable Debbie Mason quotes in our list. 

One Final Bonus – Debbie Mason Quote 

“I don’t know why you’re making such a big deal about me wearing the engagement ring,” Shay said to Michael from behind the wheel of his Range Rover.
Before he had a chance to respond, she shifted from reverse to drive and shot out of the parking lot. Straight into oncoming traffic.
“Shay, watch out for . . . ” He trailed off, his heart in his throat as she expertly avoided being creamed by another speeding SUV. With his hand still gripping the door and his foot
pressed on the floor as if he could somehow miraculously slow the vehicle down, Michael said, “Obviously the ring is a big deal to you or you wouldn’t be trying to kill me.”
“Being aggressive will save you. Being cautious, that’s what’ll kill you.”
“No doubt you’ll live to be a hundred and ten, then.” He relaxed when the speedometer needle inched down toward a more reasonable speed. “I’m taking it that your life lesson only refers to driving; otherwise you would’ve been applauding my efforts at the club.”
She glanced at him, a smile tipping up the corner of her mouth. “So, you actually choked on purpose to cozy up to Costello’s hired henchman and disrupted the dancer’s performance so the bouncers would haul you to Kozack’s office?”
He ignored everything else but the part that would get him an answer to his earlier question. “I choked because you took my breath away, and—”
She laughed. “Either you’re easily impressed or you don’t get out to many strip clubs. Kozack was going to fire me even before he found me in his office.”
“Neither is true, but you didn’t let me finish. As incredible as you looked doing what you were doing on that pole, I choked because I saw the engagement ring on the chain around your neck.”
He leaned across the console and slid his hand beneath her leather jacket. Her skin was like satin, and he could smell her warm, floral scent. The temptation to press his face to the tender spot between her shoulder and neck almost overwhelmed him. It was one of his favorite places to kiss her. One of her favorite places to be kissed.”
― Debbie Mason, Driftwood Cove

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