her - authors
her quotes, aphorisms, statements, say
The Last Summer of You and Me by Ann Brashares Alice felt disloyal to Riley when she began to realize, much later, that her natural talents, her ability to communicate and observe, her caution, her empathy, her love of knitting, suited her better to the grown-up world.
Idylls of the King by Alfred, Lord Tennyson Merlin looked and half believed her true,
So tender was her voice, so fair her face,
So sweetly gleamed her eyes behind her tears
Like sunlight on the plain behind a shower
Roswell Isabel: The way to deal with [Maria] DeLuca is to make her sweat, keep her on her toes. Make her afraid of my shadow, your shadow, her shadow, Michael's shadow. Right, Michael?
Michael: Or we could just kill her. [pause] Kidding.