Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Inspired by the popular TV show.
It’s been a while since we did this and we’re ready for another round. Just like the last time, this is how it works:

You might not have read all the books we’ll be quoting, but we’ll keep it plain and simple. You’ll get 5 random lines from 5 different books, and all you have to do is tell us who said what. Yup, plain and simple! We even make this easier for you by telling you which book the quote appears in.

Are you ready to play Whose Line Is It Anyway, Wench style, again? Where everything is quoted and the points don’t matter!

That’s right, the points don’t matter,
just like the plot line in a bad book.

#1 Fever

“It’s what you choose to believe that makes you the person you are.”


#2 Outlander

“For where all love is, the speaking is unnecessary.”


#3 Jane True

“Come hell or high water, I will separate you from your man-business. I don’t care how, or if you kill me. If it means me, dead, holding your junk, I’ll take your junk.”


#4 Chicagoland Vampires

“It’s time for our annual review of Rules You Disrespectful Bastards Never Follow.”


#5 Night Prince

“As the saying goes, today isn’t your day and tomorrow doesn’t look good, either.”

So, from the books you’ve read, whose lines are these? Did you have to look up any of them, or were these perhaps too easy?


  1. Well damn I'm a Wench who has read all but one book and I can't even figure this out! lol

  2. Natalie, that goes for me too. I read all but Jane True and I will have to look it up.

  3. Hmmmm... I've only read Darkfever and Twice Tempted.

    I'm going to guess Mac on Darkfever. And Leila on Twice Tempted.

  4. Hehe, I'm glad I didn't make it too easy for you :D

    Veronica, you were spot on with Mac :)

  5. Vlad said it in Twice Tempted when he was in his dungeons and someone begged for mercy! :)


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