Debra Holland: Author Bio About and Best Quotes


Ten of My Favorite Debra Holland Quotes 

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

About Debra Holland

A USA Today Bestselling author, Debra Holland has been nominated for three Golden Heart Awards by the Romance Writers of America as well as being a winner once. This is the first book in the award-winning Montana Sky Series, a sweet, historical Western romance that has been written by her. Known as one of the 50 greatest love stories ever written, Starry Montana Sky was selected by Amazon as one of the 50 best. Aside from this, Debra is also the author of the fantasy romance trilogy The Gods’ Dream Trilogy. She is the author of the latest book in her series, Painted Montana Sky Christmas.

Born: Glendora, The United States
Genre: Romance, Fantasy, Historical Fiction

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Popular Quotes

“Even through her coat, he could feel the curve of her arm, making him aware of their differences.
Man and woman.
Hard and soft.”
― Debra Holland, Mail-Order Brides of the West: Bertha: A Montana Sky Novella

 “We have plenty of natural springs in our area. The cool springs have the sweetest water you’ll ever taste – hence the name of our town. And it’s never too cold for a Montanan to sit in a natural hot spring, even if it means your wet hair turns into icicles.”
Her hand rose to cover her mouth, and her eyes widened.
He laughed at her shocked expression.
Pamela lowered her hand.
“Hot springs outdoors? In the winter?”
“Hot springs feel down right good to soak in anytime, especially when the air’s cold outside. The hot water soothes sore muscles and is good for what ails you. But I also have a river through my property. I’ve dammed up a spot that makes for a nice swimming hole when it’s hot in the summer.”
A blush rose in her cheeks, and she glanced to the side.
“Very refreshing,” he teased, just to watch the pink deepen….
Pamela couldn’t help the dreamy vision of bathing with him in a hot spring, touching each other as the snowflakes swirled around them. She let out a sigh. So romantic.”
― Debra Holland, Beneath Montana’s Sky

“Howie brought her hand to his lips. “You stepped in front of me,” he said in wonder. “I didn’t need you to. I can handle Prudence Morgan.”
“But you didn’t.” She tapped his chest. “You stayed quiet for the longest time before responding.”
“Quiet is how I handle difficult people….”
“You don’t handle me that way.” Her voice came out sounding breathless.
Howie slipped his arms around her. “If it were up to me, this is how I’d handle you.”
Butterflies danced in her stomach. Not a fearful battering of wings, but a sparkling mating flight, making her heart soar into her throat. “Why isn’t it up to you?”
― Debra Holland, Mail-Order Brides of the West: Bertha: A Montana Sky Novella

 “I particularly want you to meet Miss Bucholtz.”
The very idea made him uneasy. “Why is that,
Ma’am?” he bluntly asked.
Mrs. Morgan hesitated. “Keep this under your hat, mind you.”
“Yes, Ma’am.”
She let out a tired sigh. “I’ve brought Miss Bucholtz to replace Mr. Gabellini.”
Howie pictured a dried up old spinster with the same commanding presence as Mrs. Morgan, a real battle-axe.
“Fireworks are coming. Are you sure a woman is the right, uh, person for the job?”
“Bertha Bucholz is one of the best cooks I know. I guarantee by this time next month, you men will all be sporting five extra pounds.”
― Debra Holland, Mail-Order Brides of the West: Bertha: A Montana Sky Novella

 “Wait! It’s too heavy,” Elizabeth called after him. Nick kept right on walking until he reached the carriage and deposited the trunk on the rack in the back. When he returned to her side, he smiled at her. “Not much bigger than a hay bale, Miss Hamilton.” Before Elizabeth could respond, Nick stooped down, lifted the second trunk, and carried it to the carriage. In tired bemusement, Elizabeth watched Nick’s broad shoulders and the muscles moving beneath his faded striped shirt. She felt a stirring in her breast and wondered at the unexpected feeling.”
― Debra Holland, Wild Montana Sky

 “We’ll ride along the river. It’s a mighty pretty sight…” Puffy white clouds floated across the azure blue sky. Pine-covered mountains crowned with snowcaps folded down into foothills that ringed the valley. Beneath the clouds the play of sun and shadow cast hazy blue-green patches on the mountainsides. A distant large-winged bird rode on air currents before diving into a clump of trees.”
― Debra Holland, Wild Montana Sky

“Howie rose and smiled down at her. “I just eat what’s put before me without being picky. I know everything you make will make my tastebuds bless the day you set foot in Morgan’s Crossing” he drawled, waiting to see the adorable look of confusion that crossed her face when he flirted.
Bertha lowered her gaze and looked up at him through her eyelashes.
“Only your tastebuds?”
― Debra Holland, Mail-Order Brides of the West: Bertha: A Montana Sky Novella

 “The sky is the most glorious blue I’ve ever seen.” Nick must have heard her quiet words. “I used to think there couldn’t be a more beautiful blue in all the world.” The sound of his voice pulled Elizabeth into his presence. She said with a curious glance. “What changed your mind?” He flushed though his green gaze remained steady on her, “I saw your eyes.”
― Debra Holland, Wild Montana Sky

“Don’t be sorry, Darlin’”, he said in his best cowboy drawl, “for I’m certainly not. It’s not every day a man like me gets to assist such a pretty lady. Any time you need help in or out of a wagon, you just give me a holler” he said in a teasing tone, “I’ll be right there, hoping you’ll fall in my arms again.”
― Debra Holland, Mail-Order Brides of the West: Bertha: A Montana Sky Novella

“With the way Bertha can cook and her good-natured personality, she’ll be married in no time. We’ll see to it!” She cast a speculative glance around. “Why I see ten available men within a hundred feet of us. … Bertha will manage just fine…“ I hope.”
― Debra Holland, Mail-Order Brides of the West: Bertha: A Montana Sky Novella

10 Famous Quotes by Author Debra Holland

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One Final Bonus – Debra Holland Quote 

“Jacques appeared on his hands and knees, peering around the corner of the cabin. His dark eyes lit with pleasure when he saw her. The baby flashed Antonia his wide grin and scooted toward her. Only in the last two days had he gone from pushing himself across the floor to a hands-and-knees crawl.
Henri trailed so close behind Jacques that he had to walk wide-legged so he didn’t step on his brother.
The baby reached her, placed his hands on her legs, and pressed himself up, grabbing at the front of her tunic. “Maa.”
Antonia hugged Jacques. He’d soiled his rabbit skin diaper and smelled, but she held him close, needing to feel the baby in her arms.
He wiggled in protest.
She dropped a kiss on his forehead and reached up to her shoulder to unlace the leather ties of her tunic, pulling the flap down to free her breast. He began to suckle greedily.
Henri dropped to her other side and leaned against her.
Antonia put her arm around him. Just holding her sons brought her comfort but also increased her despair. What do I be doin’ now?
Should I be takin’ the boys and leave? Head for Sweetwater Springs?
Antonia shook her head. No! I won’t be leavin’ Jean-Claude. Cain’t leave my home.
But without her husband to provide for them, she didn’t know how long she’d be able to manage on her own.
Somehow, I’ll be findin’ a way, Antonia vowed.”
― Debra Holland, Healing Montana Sky

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