Have you ever cowered before your brother as he beat you, all the time feeling thankful because at least you had someone who paid attention to you?” She fell silent, pufng slightly, the crew members staring at her.
Easier watched her go, shocked, hearing her footsteps on the stairs. He stood, dumbfounded, feeling a surprising ush of ashamed guilt.
“I kind of lost track of time...”" For two hours? It is a power that, had you been born an aristocrat, would have made you one of the most deadly and influential people in all the final empire.
You don't have to play by their rules--and that makes you even more powerful.” Brandon Sanderson, The Final Empire Blend paused, glancing at her, sensing that something was wrong.
'He smiled, throwing back his chair and grabbing her in a firm embrace. VIN closed her eyes, simply feeling the warmth of being held.
William stood there, wearing a large, dusterlike coat, cut into strips below the waist. A pair of revolvers gleamed in holsters at his hips, and he rested a shotgun on each shoulder.
“It is not at all polite to point out a crusty old pessimist's dark inner secret.” Brandon Sanderson, The Hero of Ages 'He smiled, throwing back his chair and grabbing her in a firm embrace.
“Breeze strolled over to the table and chose a seat with his characteristic decorum. The portly man raised his dueling cane, pointing it at Ham.
'I thought up a couple beastly questions while I was gone, and I've been saving them just for you, Breeze.' Spook rushed over and fetched Breeze a cup of wine.
'He's such a fine lad,' Breeze noted, accepting the drink. 'Ever washing the wish of having the have,' Ham added with a smile.
“"The most important kind, I think.” Brandon Sanderson, The Final Empire “Marsh: Our best efforts were never even a mild annoyance to the Lord Ruler.