Jane Porter’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Jane Porter Quotes 

Love reading? Then it’s likely you will love a good quote from your favourite author. This article covers Jane Porter’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes that we at Australia Unwrapped have collected from some of his greatest works. Jane Porter quotes to remember and here you will find 10 of the best. A memorable quote can stay with you and can be used along your journey. Choosing Jane Porter’s top 10 quotes is not easy, but here they are:

Popular Quotes

“All warfare that is not defensive is criminal.”
― Jane Porter, The Scottish Chiefs

 “God forgive her, but underneath the smiles and the good job and the great family, she was tired. Desperately tired. Tired to the point of breaking. In the last few years the exhaustion had grown, rising up like a specter to knock on her door. No one knew, she hadn’t told even Kit, but in the past year she’d begun to question her entire existence. Why was she even here? What was life? Was she even necessary?
Maybe all women had these thoughts. Maybe all women felt tired. But the thoughts confused her. Good women weren’t supposed to have doubts. Good women were supposed to be strong and selfless. Instead Meg felt needy and afraid. What if there was no reward for all the hard work? What if life was just one sacrifice after another?”
― Jane Porter, The Good Woman

“Don’t live to please others. Don’t think everyone else knows what’s right or true. Listen to yourself, and be true to yourself. That way, no matter what else happens in life, you will always have your self-respect.”
― Jane Porter, The Tycoon’s Kiss

 “I’m not a hermit. I’m just an introvert, which means I like people, but I don’t find parties exciting. They tire me out.”
― Jane Porter, The Tycoon’s Kiss

 “Yet happiness isn’t something you chase, it’s something you are. It’s something you think, it’s something you believe.”
― Jane Porter, Odd Mom Out

 “Makin, my friend, I thought you were just seeing her safely home.”
“I was.”
“What happened?”
“I couldn’t let her go.”
― Jane Porter, His Majesty’s Mistake

“It was enough that slander could ruin a woman, because her purity was the most important thing about her.”
― Jane Porter, Away in Montana

 “Stop staring and call your brother’, Dane snaps over his shoulder as he heads toward the stairs.”
― Jane Porter, She’s Gone Country

“I love you more than I hate cars, so I decided I’d try to face my fears and take some risks.”
― Jane Porter, Taken by the Highest Bidder

“Keep your eyes peeled. You might just see Christmas yet”
― Jane Porter

10 Famous Quotes by Author Jane Porter

10 quotes by Jane Porter there you go! It’s never an easy task picking the best quotations from great writers, so please if you disagree or have more to add, please comment and share your opinions. My 10 greatest Jane Porter quotes will likely be different from yours; however, that’s the best thing about them, each quote can mean something different to each person. So don’t wait, comment and shares your best Jane Porter Quote. 

One Final Bonus – Jane Porter Quote 

“Harley Diekerhoff looked up from peeling potatoes to glance out the kitchen window. It was still snowing… even harder than it had been this morning. So much white, it dazzled. Hands still, breath catching, she watched the thick, white flakes blow past the ranch house at a dizzying pace, enthralled by the flurry of the lacy snowflakes. So beautiful. Magical A mysterious silent ballet in all white, the snow swirling, twirling just like it did in her favorite scene from the Nutcracker—the one with the Snow Queen and her breathtaking corps in their white tutus with their precision and speed—and then that dazzling snow at the end, the delicate flakes powdering the stage. Harley’s chest ached. She gripped the peeler more tightly, and focused on her breathing. She didn’t want to remember. She wasn’t going to remember. Wasn’t going to go there, not now, not today. Not when she had six hungry men to feed in a little over two hours. She picked up a potato, started peeling. She’d come to Montana to work. She’d taken the temporary job at Copper Mountain Ranch to get some distance from her family this Christmas, and working on the Paradise Valley cattle ranch would give her new memories. Like the snow piling up outside the window. She’d never lived in a place that snowed like this. Where she came from in Central California, they didn’t have snow, they had fog. Thick soupy Tule fog that blanketed the entire valley, socking in airports, making driving nearly impossible. And on the nights when the fog lifted and temperatures dropped beneath the cold clear sky, the citrus growers rushed to light smudge pots to protect their valuable, vulnerable orange crops. Her family didn’t grow oranges. Her family were Dutch dairy people. Harley had been raised on a big dairy farm in Visalia, and she’d marry a dairyman in college, and they’d had their own dairy, too. But that’s the part she needed to forget. That’s why she’d come to Montana, with its jagged mountains and rugged river valleys and long cold winters. She’d arrived here the Sunday following Thanksgiving and would work through mid-January, when Brock Sheenan’s housekeeper returned from a personal leave of absence. In January, Harley would either return to California or look for another job in Crawford County. Harley was tempted to stay, as the Bozeman employment agency assured her they’d have no problem finding her a permanent position if she wanted one.”

― Jane Porter, Christmas at Copper Mountain

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