Tarryn Fisher (born 1983) is a South African-born novelist based in Seattle, Washington, United States. She writes primarily in the romance, thriller, and new adult genres, and is best known for her New York Times best selling novels The Wives and The Wrong Family.
Don't break one girl's heart because you're trying to heal yourself of another one.
The sweetest noise on earth, a woman's tongue; A string which hath no discord.
Having this, and losing it, made it even sweeter the second time around.
—R.K. Lilley in Lovely Trigger
Her sense of humor had drawn him in first. Then her sweetness. She had a kind heart, loved children, and felt music in her soul like he did. They could talk for hours without running out of anything to say—something he hadn't found with most other women.
Those were the days when dreams were sweet and life was sweeter still.
—Lisa Schroeder in Chasing Brooklyn
No, there's nothing half so sweet in life as love's young dream.