I stared incredulously. "How can you even say that? That can mean anything too! Someone in town is probably getting married right now. Or maybe it'll be Karolina-didn't you say you're getting serious with your boyfriend? If it is me and Dimitri, it'll be years from now-which, of course, you'll claim you foresaw since it was 'the future.' "
No one was listening to me anymore, though. The Belikov women were already chattering excitedly about plans, speculating if the wedding would be here or in the U.S. and how nice it would be to see Dimitri "finally settle down."
I groaned again and leaned against him. "Unbelievable."
Dimitri smiled and put his arm around me. "Don't you believe in fate, Roza?"
"Sure," I said. "Just not in your grandmother's crazy vague predictions."
"Doesn't sound that crazy to me," he teased.
"You're as crazy as her."
He kissed the top of my head. "I had a feeling you'd say that.
Rose Hathaway and Dimitri Belikov Homecoming
"My prophecies see many things," responded Yeva-which was really no response at all. "My next one is particularly interesting."
"Uh-huh," I said. "Let me guess. 'A journey.' That could mean me and Dimitri going home. Or Olena going to the grocery store."
"Actually,"said Yeva, "I see a wedding in the future."- Rose Hathaway and Yeva Homecoming
"Run", I said when they were gone. "If you slip out now, maybe they won't notice. Go back to Siberia".- Rose Hathaway and Dimitri Belikov
- "Im an adult you're a child"
Osch. I Flinched. Easier if he'd just punched me.
"You beat up your dad? I mean, that's really horrible...what happened? But wow, you really are a God."
"If I let myself love you, I won't throw myself in front of her. I'll throw myself in front of you."
"Don't worry, little dhampir. You might be surrounded by clouds, but you'll always be like sunshine to me."
Rose: You see something you like?
Dimitri: Lots. (Shadow Kiss)
"Ah, my daughter. Eighteen, and already you've been accused of murder, aided felons, and aquired a death count higher than most guardians will ever see. I couldn't be prouder." -Ibrahim Mazur, Last Sacrifice
Christian: Worst. Timing. Ever.
Adrian studied Lissa and then looked at Christian sprawling on the bed on the far side of the suite.
Adrian: Huh, So that's how you're going to fix the family problem. Little Dragomirs. Good idea.
Christian: Yeah, that's exactly it. You're interrupting official Council business.
Christian: Sleep first. Shower later. I'll sleep with you.
Lissa: Sleep or sleep?
Christian: Real sleep. You need it. Of course, afterward if you want to conduct any official Council business...
Lissa: I swear, if you say 'Little Dragomirs', you can sleep in the hall.