Actually, Alice says there’s going to be a real storm tonight, and Emmett wants to play ball. Are you game?
Jasper Hale, Twilight, Chapter 16, p.346
I can feel what you’re feeling now — and you are worth it.
Jasper Hale, Twilight, Chapter 19, p.404
You’re worrying about all the wrong things, Bella. Trust me on this — none of us are in jeopardy. You are under too much strain as it is; don’t add to it with wholly unnecessary worries. Listen to me! Our family is strong. Our only fear is losing you.
Jasper Hale, Twilight, Chapter 20, p.410
My instincts told me that there was danger, that the angel had meant it when she spoke of killing, but my judgment overruled my instincts. I had not been taught to fear women, but to protect them.
Jasper Hale, Eclipse, Chapter 13, p.294
You held out your hand, and I took it without stopping to make sense of what I was doing. For the first time in almost a century, I felt hope.
Jasper Hale, Eclipse, Chapter 13, p.301
We have a few advantages, dog. It will be an even fight.
Jasper Hale, Eclipse, Chapter 17, p.379
You truly are one frightening little monster.
Jasper Hale, Eclipse, Chapter 18, p.396
I’ve never seen a newborn do that – stop an emotion in its tracks that way. You were upset, but when you saw our concern, you reined it in, regained power over yourself. I was prepared to help, but you didn’t need it.
Jasper Hale, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 20, p.404
It’s just been my experience that some kinds of working relationships are better motivated by fear than by monetary gain.
Jasper Hale, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 39, p.749