9 Inspiring Natalia Marx Quotes (Free List)

Natalia Marx quotes are thought-provoking, memorable and inspiring. From views on society and politics to thoughts on love and life, Natalia Marx has a lot to say. In this list we present the 9 best Natalia Marx quotes, in no particular order. Let yourself get inspired!

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Natalia Marx quotes

My heart was oaken before you set it on fire. It will continue to smolder, long after the flame that ignited it has gone.

— Natalia Marx, Fire & Raine


Just as foreplay is the key to good sex, preparation is essential to achieving victory in battle. Right, lieutenant?

— Natalia Marx, Fireheart


Like a dried up spring, magic trickled forth with less and less strength, until one day, the people awoke and there was simply no more to be had.

— Natalia Marx, Fireheart


His mother’s words faded to myth, concocted by a gentle soul to delight the imagination of a boy.Until one day, they were no longer a myth. One day, he would wish he had never heard them at all because they spelled his happiness–and his eternal sorrow.

— Natalia Marx


She would stay there, flying across the sea like a mermaid with wings, until the end.

— Natalia Marx, Fire & Raine


With a blade at your throat, a well-connected uncle or a wealthy mother could not save you. Only you could save yourself.

— Natalia Marx, Fireheart


Sometimes I wish I had never saved your neck from decapitation in Faroe. Then I could just descend into lewdness in peace.

— Natalia Marx, Fireheart


Leliana advanced like a predator, hair lashing like a whip behind her. She abandoned the reins, riding the horse like they had merged into one charging centaur.She aroused images of deities on winged horses, of untamed forests in a windstorm, of legendary heroes of legendary quests. Burning desire shot straight to his loins at the sight of her.He ached for this woman, this goddess that streaked across his vision like a figment of his imagination, of his deepest desires and most guarded wishes. He could lose himself, mind, body, and soul, to a woman like that. Any sane man would.

— Natalia Marx, Fireheart


Syldor was not a land of oppressive rules, roles, and labels. Here, love and power were open to, for, and between all; woman or man, rich or poor. What mattered was the sharpness of your mind, the speed of your blade, and the heat of your touch.

— Natalia Marx, Fireheart


By fate or forgery, our dances are entwined for eternity.

— Natalia Marx, Fire & Raine