Kate Hewitt’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Kate Hewitt Quotes 

Love reading? Then it’s likely you will love a good quote from your favourite author. This article covers Kate Hewitt’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes that we at Australia Unwrapped have collected from some of his greatest works. Kate Hewitt 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 Kate Hewitt’s top 10 quotes is not easy, but here they are:

Popular Quotes

“What Consumes Your Mind Controls Your Life”
― Kate Hewitt, The Secrets We Keep

 “scruff of the sheep’s neck, the dog by his heels. “Need a hand?” He stretched a hand out which Claire grabbed gratefully. She clambered up the ditch alongside him, until they were all standing, man, woman, dog, and sheep, at the edge of a snowy field without a house or building in sight. “Thank you,” he said, his voice gruff. “I couldn’t have got her out on my own.” He nodded towards her boots. “You’re soaked.”
― Kate Hewitt, A Yorkshire Christmas

“You had the unimaginable luxury of thinking deep thoughts and pursuing endless intellectual conversations, of reveling in simple pleasures with the implicit permission to be totally self-absorbed. Then you grew up, and life hit you in the face with a two-by-four.”
― Kate Hewitt, Redemption Falls: A Littleton Novel

 “Time is so strange, how slow it sometimes seems, and then how it speeds up the older you get, until you get really quite old, and then it slows right down again. The trouble is, there’s never enough of it.”
― Kate Hewitt, Find Me at Willoughby Close

 “But was it fine? The bed & breakfast where she’d booked her Christmas holiday, in this picturesque chocolate-box-worthy village in the English Cotswolds, was flooded. Or rather, her bedroom on”
― Kate Hewitt, A Cotswold Christmas

 “She felt a sense of freedom, a burden she hadn’t realized she’d been carrying slipping from her shoulders. She didn’t have to be defined by a few people’s opinions of her.”
― Kate Hewitt, Rainy Day Sisters

“Therapy is so not us. There are things we don’t talk about, ever, and there is a reason for that. It’s easier, safer. Our happiness depends on a certain amount of silence.”
― Kate Hewitt, When He Fell

 “Children are, by their very nature, selfish, and they’re allowed to be. Sacrifice and self-restraint take time to develop and grow.”
― Kate Hewitt, A Mother’s Goodbye

“Then I feel guilty for my little pity party, because I know I’m lucky, especially compared to some. Even if I don’t always feel it.”
― Kate Hewitt, The Secrets We Keep

“She realised with an intense, wonderful rush that love didn’t make you weak. It made you vulnerable, but it also made you strong.”
― Kate Hewitt, The Greek Tycoon’s Convenient Bride

10 Famous Quotes by Author Kate Hewitt

10 quotes by Kate Hewitt 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 Kate Hewitt 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 Kate Hewitt Quote. 

One Final Bonus – Kate Hewitt Quote 

“agency, where she’d filled seemingly endless paperwork despite all the forms she’d already filled out online, and was now in proud possession of the keys to a Honda Civic. It was nine o’clock in the morning, and the sky outside was as gray as pewter, with mean little flakes of snow, not the fluffy, festive kind, drifting down on a muted grey landscape of concrete and leafless trees. Claire dumped her bag in the trunk—or the boot, she supposed, someone in England would call it. Claire had always loved her godmother Ruth’s English accent, and when she was a kid she’d quizzed Ruth on all the different British words. Pavement for sidewalk. Jumper for sweater. Rubber for eraser. The last one, of course, had caused eleven-year-old Claire to burst into muffled giggles of embarrassment and mirth. Ruth had just smiled, her eyes twinkling, sharing the admittedly immature joke. Slowly, very conscious she was driving on the other side of the road, Claire pulled onto the road, and then followed signs for the M62 and York. An hour and a half later, those mean little flakes of snow had turned thick and fluffy and white. They were beautiful, but her little car was not handling the snowy roads all that”

― Kate Hewitt, A Yorkshire Christmas

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