Laura Trentham’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes
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Ten of My Favourite Laura Trentham Quotes 

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

Popular Quotes

“She had infected him like a virus.”
― Laura Trentham, When the Stars Come Out

 “The first sensation she registered upon waking was the warmth of a body pressed against hers. Robbie? She turned toward the heat and pulled the blankets off her head. A blast of rancid breath popped her eyes open. A tongue lolled inches away from her mouth. A short yip signaled Avery’s happiness she was awake, and he licked her across her lips and cheek. She wiped the doggy saliva off her cheek. Getting nearly frenched by a dog was a unique way to wake up. She laughed and rubbed Avery behind the ears.”
― Laura Trentham, Slow and Steady Rush

“The dreams fresh on her mind, she wrote about the Ada she remembered. The obituary wasn’t the sad, plodding list of mother and father, dead children, and surviving family. It honored a strong, funny woman. She proofed it a second time with a smile on her face. Ada would have slapped her knee and crowed along with her.”
― Laura Trentham, Slow and Steady Rush

 “To control the urge to throw the file in her father’s face and storm out, she imagined an anvil falling through the ceiling and landing on him in the manner of Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner. Unfortunately for her, she felt like the unlucky, slightly pathetic coyote.”
― Laura Trentham, Caught Up in the Touch

 “She was why none of his relationships had ever lasted. He hadn’t left part of himself on the river, he’d left part of himself with her.”
― Laura Trentham, Then He Kissed Me

 “Too many cold, hungry nights had taught her a special kind of practicality, but in that moment, she believed in his magic.”
― Laura Trentham, Then He Kissed Me

“It doesn’t affect the way I feel about you, but is it wrong that I want you to experience the joy I’ve found in books?”
― Laura Trentham, Then He Kissed Me

 “Underneath his gruffness, innate kindness and integrity knitted together to form the man.”
― Laura Trentham, When the Stars Come Out

“The Honda coughed like a lifelong smoker that needed an oxygen tank.”
― Laura Trentham, When the Stars Come Out

“She riffled through memories and focused on the happy ones. She”
― Laura Trentham, Slow and Steady Rush

10 Famous Quotes by Author Laura Trentham

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

One Final Bonus – Laura Trentham Quote 

“She poured a cup of coffee and slipped into Ada’s makeshift bedroom to grab the book she’d left on the couch. Her gaze focused on her goal, she tiptoed across the rug. With book in hand, she turned. The spine of the book cracked on the floor. The coffee cup broke into pieces, the air ripe with hazelnut. Trembling started in her knees and spread through her body. A static roar blocked out any other noise. The corners of Ada’s mouth tilted into a slight smile. Washed-out blue eyes stared at the ceiling. Darcy reached for Ada’s hand. The cool, waxy skin reeled her backward. She tripped over the book and landed half on the couch. She slid to a crouch on the floor and pulled the afghan over her knees. She dared another look. Ada lay still. Her mind pinged from memory to memory. Standing on a chair in the kitchen while Ada taught her the secret of fluffy biscuits. Cuddling next to Ada on the couch learning to read from Dr. Seuss books. Ada in old, rolled-up overalls and a floppy straw hat weeding the garden. The way Ada smelled like books and Pond’s cold cream. Ada’s laugh when Darcy had regaled her with made-up stories as a child. They’d run out of time to make new memories.”
― Laura Trentham, Slow and Steady Rush

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