Sharon Sala’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Sharon Sala Quotes 

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

Popular Quotes

“I’m a woman. We mature faster than men, remember?”
― Sharon Sala, Second Chances

 “All the way home, he cursed Presley and his captain for sending him out on this wild goose chase in the middle of the night. His wife was in the bathroom getting ready for work by the time he strode into the house. He was taking off his clothes as he went through the house. By the time he got to the bathroom, intending to clean up, he found her in the act of getting out of the shower.

Mistaking his nudity for something else, his wife took one look at her naked husband as he entered the bathroom and then wrinkled her nose.

“Oh, for God’s sake, Joe. Not now. I’m going to be late for work.”

As she swept past him with her nose in the air, she paused long enough to offer a comment.

“You need to shower. You stink!”

“Do you think?” he asked sarcastically, and turned loose of the last bit of guilt for leaving a trail of tainted clothes all through the house.

By the time she figured out that she’d misread the situation, he was in a fresh set of clothes and on his way out the door.”
― Sharon Sala, Nine Lives

“There was a little girl, who had a little curl, right in the middle of her forehead. When she was good . . .” His voice trailed off in the middle of the sentence.
Laura found herself caught in the intensity of his gaze and muttered the end of the rhyme. “. . . She was very, very good, and when she was bad . . .”
Gabriel finished what he had started, grinning at his own wit. “. . .She was better.”
Laura’s eyebrows arched as she hid a quick smile. “That’s not the way I learned it.”
Gabriel picked up his fork and dug back into his salsa-spiced eggs. “If you’d been a boy, you would have.”
― Sharon Sala, Reunion

“She sat on the side of the bed with her bare feet firmly on the thick Berber carpeting and tried to maintain a sense of calm. No need to let her emotions get the best of her. It wasn’t as if this was a disappointment, exactly. Still, as she got up to get dressed, she couldn’t help but think how much simpler this all would be if he’d gone ahead and died. Now the police would get involved, and there was nothing she could do to separate herself from the mess that was bound to come.”
― Sharon Sala, Nine Lives

 “Hello, Presley residence.”

“Mrs. Presley, this is Dallas Memorial. I have—”

Penny started to weep. “Oh my God, he’s dead, isn’t he?”

“No, no, Mrs. Presley. Quite the contrary. The doctor wanted you to know that we think your husband is waking up.”

Penny’s emotions shuddered to a stop. Not dead? Not dead after all? Waking up? What the hell was all this about?”
― Sharon Sala, Nine Lives

 “You cry, girl. You cry all you want, and when you’re through and all this pain is nothing but a memory, I will find a way to make you smile. Do you hear me China Brown? That’s a promise from me to you.”
― Sharon Sala, Butterfly

“I didn’t forget you. To this day, I have yet to walk through an airport without looking for your face, and every time it snows, I remember what it felt like to kiss you.”
― Sharon Sala, Second Chances

 “As long as we draw breath, we owe it to the ones we loved and lost to live out our lives without wasting them on regrets.”
― Sharon Sala, The Warrior

“They’re our families, but they’re not us. Whatever hitches they carry in their steps does not cripple you or me.”
― Sharon Sala, A Thousand Lies

“… he wasn’t crying for the woman who had died. He was crying for the woman she had been.”
― Sharon Sala, Going Once

10 Famous Quotes by Author Sharon Sala

10 quotes by Sharon Sala 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 Sharon Sala 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 Sharon Sala Quote. 

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“he was so focused on watching where Presley went that she almost didn’t see the man he was with until they stopped beneath a security light, their backs to her. She first noticed the other man then, and was shocked at his size. Then her gaze moved to the thick bush of curly hair pulled into a pony tail at the back of his neck, and she wondered how he ever got something that unruly washed and dried. It wasn’t until he turned sideways that she got a momentary glimpse of his profile.

As she did, a strange, anxious feeling skittered through her belly, then quickly disappeared. The stranger didn’t matter. He couldn’t matter. It was time to make her move. She had to stop Presley now, before he went any farther. She reached toward the glove box for her handgun and taser, slipped the taser in her pocket and was reaching for the door latch when the big man turned and faced her.

For a full fifteen or twenty seconds, Cat had a clear and unfettered view of his face, and in those seconds, the world fell out from under her.

She didn’t know that she started moaning, or that she’d broken out in a cold sweat. All she knew was that she was no longer in her car in a San Antonio parking lot but back in her childhood home, trying to run from the intruder who’d come out of their bathroom.

She was screaming for her father when the intruder’s arm slid around her chest and lifted her off her feet. She saw the strange geometric designs on his arm, then on the side of his face, as the cold slash of steel from his knife suddenly slid against her throat. The coppery scent of her own blood was thick in her nose as he dropped her to the floor, leaving her to watch as he slammed the same knife into her father over and over again. She tried to scream, but the sounds wouldn’t come. The last things she saw before everything went black were the look of sorrow on her father’s face and the demon who’d killed them running out the front door.”― Sharon Sala, Nine Lives

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