Deborah Coonts’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Deborah Coonts Quotes 

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

Popular Quotes

“grown-ups are nothing more than teenagers with money.”
― Deborah Coonts, So Damn Lucky

 “Ms. O’Toole?” My Nextel push-to-talk vibrated at my hip. “Are you coming?” I grabbed the device and pushed the direct-connect button to shout. “What?” I pressed the thing to my ear as I tried to hear. “Ma’am, this is Sergio at the front desk. The doctor’s with our naked guy. He’s fine—apparently sleeping off a bender. But we got another problem—some guy in Security by the name of Dane is insisting we call the paramedics just to be on the safe side.” I stared at Lyda Sue’s picture on the television, my mind unable to process what I saw. The video switched to the police and a body covered with a white cloth, one delicate hand dangling from the stretcher as they loaded it into the back of an ambulance. Nobody was in a hurry. “Ma’am,”
― Deborah Coonts, Lucky Double: A Two-Book Lucky Bundle

“But the current PC dictate of being über aware of race had filtered through my consciousness, and it pissed me off. The fact that we had to be aware because of racists and bigots and horrible things appalled me. To me, people were people—good, bad, or indifferent. Race had nothing to do with where you fell on that spectrum.”
― Deborah Coonts, Lucky Score

 “Choice? My God, Mother! She’s twenty-one. Making good choices at her age is a hit-or-miss thing. That’s why the youngsters let us old people live. They count on us for good advice.”
― Deborah Coonts, Lucky Double: A Two-Book Lucky Bundle

 “When you’re in the eye of the tornado, the world looks blurry—especially when you’re working hard to avoid clear vision.” Mona”
― Deborah Coonts, Lucky Double: A Two-Book Lucky Bundle

 “Any party that combined swingers and farm animals had me worried. I tried not to think about the possibilities.”
― Deborah Coonts, Wanna Get Lucky?

“She’s a teenager longing to be an adult but with no clue how much work is involved once you get there.”
― Deborah Coonts, Lucky Ride

 “What I know about love, you could put in your eye and not impair your vision.”
― Deborah Coonts, Wanna Get Lucky?

“Other people’s standards, or lack thereof, don’t dictate my behavior.”
― Deborah Coonts, Lucky Break

“One more cockeyed optimist thrown under the reality bus.”
― Deborah Coonts, Lucky Bastard

10 Famous Quotes by Author Deborah Coonts

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

One Final Bonus – Deborah Coonts Quote 

“she was. Loose and free, her shiny brown hair cascaded past her shoulders. Her face, open and disarming, held not a trace of the passage of time. Could today be any more depressing? Brandy turned to Cole who was eyeing a platter of hamburgers a waiter carried by. She put a hand on his arm to get his attention. While she signed my request, I turned to Jean-Charles. Before I spoke, he held up a hand. “A platter of hamburgers for your friends. I will prepare them myself, if you will excuse me.” He gave a stiff little bow and a rueful half grin dialed back from its previous warmth. I watched him work his way through the tables, his practiced façade of charm falling into place, and wondered how to have a relationship with a man who bristled at the first barrier in his path. Brandy and Cole were deep into a silent conversation, so I sipped my wine and pouted. Just being able to express a simple, albeit juvenile, emotion was so much better than my normal routine of bottling them inside. My job required eating too much crow as it was. I’d be damned if I’d conduct my personal life the same way. Brandy snapped her fingers in front of my eyes. “Do”
― Deborah Coonts, Lucky Bastard

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