Hello friends. This post is a collection of quotes from the New York Times bestseller book - Sunset Beach by Mary Kay Andrews.
Sunset Beach has been described as a compelling ride, full of Mary Kay Andrews' signature wit, heart, and charm.
It's the secret to his success. People meet him once and leave convinced he's their new best friend. Especially the women, and the younger and prettier the better. - Sunset Beach, Chapter 4
I've never understood why they call it 'happy hour.' More like 'amateur hour,' if you ask me. - Sunset Beach, Chapter 4
She had a long-standing aversion to asking anybody, especially a man, for favors. Raised by a single mom, she'd had it drummed into her head from an early age that the only person she could count on was herself. - Sunset Beach, Chapter 6
She'd been a horrible teenager: angry, rebellious, full of pent-up hormonal rage at the world in general and her family. - Sunset Beach, Chapter 7
If you're going to get emotionally attached to every hard-luck story that comes down the pike, maybe you better cut your losses now and find another line of work. - Sunset Beach, Chapter 17
Who's going to stop us? We're young and beautiful and in love. - Sunset Beach, Chapter 20
You can torture me all you like, but I'm not going to give you the satisfaction of quitting. - Sunset Beach, Chapter 23
He's a chaser. Your dad is always looking out for that next best thing - a job, a house, a woman. He'll never be satisfied with what he's got. And that includes a wife. Do yourself a favor. Don't ever marry a chaser. - Sunset Beach, Chapter 27
Do you realize how crazy all this sounds? I get that you feel sorry for the girl who was murdered, and her family. I get that you want some kind of justice, but you can't just go around sticking your nose in an active police investigation. You're not a cop. You're not even an investigator. You'like re me. We're cube rats. We answer the phone and try to get people to hire us to sue somebody. That's it! We don't go poking around the scene of a friggin' murder! - Sunset Beach, Chapter 31
I guess I sympathize with you and your friend, having to put up with sexual predators like this Herman guy. Men like him, they see girls like us, girls working as housekeepers, waitresses, cashiers, and they don't see us as real people. We're just a piece of meat to them. - Sunset Beach, Chapter 38
Shit happens. You go through it, and then you get over it. - Sunset Beach, Chapter 40
You know how it is these days. You do one computer search and pretty soon you fall down that internet rabbit hole and the next thing you know, six or eight hours have flown by. - Sunset Beach, Chapter 43
It takes as long as it takes. The wheels of justice grind slowly sometimes. - Sunset Beach, Chapter 61