Deborah Raney’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Deborah Raney Quotes 

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

Popular Quotes

“There’s been too much hurt. Too much pain. I just want it to stop.”
― Deborah Raney, Home at Last

 “She despised her nakedness beneath the thin hospital gown and tried to wave Paul out of the room. But he shushed her and stood firmly planted beside the table where she lay. He held her gaze, forcing her to look into his eyes. He smoothed her forehead with gentle hands, and she winced, not in pain but in humiliation. Paul closed her eyes gently with his fingers and let his large warm hands rest lightly on her forehead, covering her eyes with the palm of his hand as though he could take away her self-imposed shame by sparing her his scrutiny. She loved him all the more for the act.”
― Deborah Raney, Because of the Rain

“Anna, ever since that night we got the call from Dr. Blakeman, I’ve been trying to make this pregnancy real in my mind. But it just seems impossible.” His words picked up steam. “I can’t picture you pregnant. I can’t imagine what we’ll tell people…what we will tell the child someday.” She didn’t miss the implications of that “we will.” “I don’t know if I can love this child, Anna. We’ll both be in our sixties before he’s grown. I’ll be almost seventy when he graduates from high school. I don’t mind telling you that terrifies me. Terrifies me.”
― Deborah Raney, Because of the Rain

 “He patted her belly lovingly—her stomach still firm and flat, belying the secret it cradled. “Anna, this little life is part of you. How can I not love it? If my dad could love me the way I know he did”—Paul meant Albert, the only father he’d ever known—“then I… I guess I can find it in myself to learn to love this child.”
― Deborah Raney, Because of the Rain

 “I’m sorry, Anna, but I…Anna, I just can’t picture a baby at the end of all this. I’m sorry. I just cannot.” His voice had risen, but now it was a whisper. “Especially not another man’s baby…especially not that.”
― Deborah Raney, Because of the Rain

 “The way he handled this would set the tone for how this whole thing would be treated by the team. He leveled a stare at his best post player. “Rafe, I don’t even want to know what you just”
― Deborah Raney, Above All Things

“How could she say anything other than “yes”? The only question she really had to answer was this: Was she going to do it begrudgingly or could she do it with a servant’s heart?”
― Deborah Raney, Above All Things

 “To ache so deeply now for Nana gave the older woman’s life profound meaning. It was a privilege to mourn such a loss because it meant you had loved and been loved.”
― Deborah Raney, Nearly

“I’ve been surrounded by love. I know now what the Bible means when it says that His grace is sufficient, that His peace passes understanding. It’s all so true.”
― Deborah Raney, Nearly

“Sometimes–well, maybe always–we just have to take it on faith that God knows what He’s doing.”
― Deborah Raney, Home at Last

10 Famous Quotes by Author Deborah Raney

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

One Final Bonus – Deborah Raney Quote 

“I’m sorry I was late.” It took Herculean effort for him not to scoop her into his arms and crush her to himself. Instead he took her wounded head carefully between his large hands. With his thumbs, he wiped the tears away and gently stroked her hair away from her face. “Oh, Anna… Honey, I’m so sorry. I… I should have been there. I should never have let this happen. I should have been with you.” He heard anger rise in his own voice and stopped speaking lest she think his ire was directed at her. Wordlessly, he cradled her head, taking in every bruise, every bump, every mark that marred her beautiful skin. He searched her blue-gray eyes for assurance that she truly was going to be all right. Then he silently gave thanks that she was here in this place of healing, still alive, still his. And he cursed the monster who had done this to his wife.”
― Deborah Raney, Because of the Rain

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