JENNIFER SILVERWOOD Quotes

“Two must rule together, one for the night and one for the day. this is the way it has always been done.”

Jennifer Silverwood

“I understand if you choose to leave. If it means you get to live, I'd let you go. But you need to know, I won't ever regret a moment we've spent together”

Jennifer Silverwood

“I couldn't help smiling as he grasped my arms and held me in place because his warmth infected me. I hadn't known I was freezing until he held me. I hadn't known until then, after the long hours of separation, that with Cain I could pretend to be human.”

Jennifer Silverwood

“Two must rule together, one for the night and one for the day. this is the way it has always been done.”

Jennifer Silverwood

“For I had loved Seid even in his darkest hours, even as he cursed me and we rode upon a fine line between ardor and abhorrence”

Jennifer Silverwood

“The wind and the sea and the storm were his domain and I wanted nothing to do with them any longer. I just wanted Cain.”

Jennifer Silverwood

“The sea was my first home...Now that I had nowhere else to go, this was the last place I felt safe.”

Jennifer Silverwood

“Cursed,” he once cried in a fit of rage. His temper has always been as restless and unpredictable as the sea itself. But his words had power behind them and I felt the effects instantly. Too late to take it back.”

Jennifer Silverwood

“Seid was the storm and the winds and the sea. I was his light beacon, keeping him away from the rocks. But he thought I had betrayed him.”

Jennifer Silverwood

“She had seen the almost-human Orona, who was orphaned and alone in the world, a woman whom Cain had plucked off the streets and fallen in love with. What she didn’t see was the undead creature Cain barely knew, the foolish human girl who fell in love with the caretaker of the seas. She hadn’t seen me stand up against a hurricane or keep a cave from crushing two lovers to death. She hadn’t seen me throw myself over the ones who would have turned to ashes when the volcano erupted, or made water appear from the sands to the dying in the desert. She did not know I was both savior and destroyer to so many souls.”

Jennifer Silverwood