Romance Quotes

“He called me his ‘dream.’ I guess now I’ve become his nightmare.” ― Richard Finney, Unknown Book 12735975
“How could you fall in love with a three inch worm?” ― Stephenie Meyer, The Host
“We’ve got a bond in common, you and I. We are both alone in the world.” ― Daphne du Maurier, Rebecca
“While Maddox now believed the demon did not want to hurt Ashlyn, he wasn’t willing to take a chance. He would talk about flowers and moonbeams – he cringed – if it meant maintaining this delectable inner peace. “Is there a way to break your death-curse?” Ashlyn asked. So much for flowers and moon-beams.” ― Gena Showalter, The Darkest Night
“Four light-years from the second largest pulsar, past the black dust and the white. In a small circle of golden light, made by a careful teenage star, I found you,” Aexandria said seriously. “No matter what I did or said, there you stood. Like a fixed point, and the Earth moved around you.” ― K. Ancrum, The Weight of the Stars
“I am not sleeping with you.” “We could probably manage it, though. Without getting too involved.” “No,” she said. “But why? I mean, if we’re trusted friends? And it doesn’t interfere with our responsibilities?” “Did that line ever actually work for you?” “I can’t remember. But it probably did-it’s brilliant.” ― Robyn Carr, Sunrise Point
“….And then I turned and saw a guy staring at me…. “What are you looking at, idiot?” I asked, giving him the sneer that had served me so well. “My future wife. The mother of my children.” ― Kristan Higgins, My One and Only
“How many more times would I have embraced him that night, how many more times would I have kissed him, if I had known the name of that stranger lover who was already in Montreal, who had already bought his stadium ticket from a scalper for the 5,000 tomorrow. That implacable lover who was going to turn Billy’s eyes away from me forever.” ― Patricia Nell Warren, The Front Runner
“Oh, aye, Sassenach. I am your master . . . and you’re mine. Seems I canna possess your soul without losing my own.” ― Diana Gabaldon, Outlander
“I often wish I’d got on better with your father,’ he said. But he never liked anyone who–our friends,’ said Clarissa; and could have bitten her tongue for thus reminding Peter that he had wanted to marry her. Of course I did, thought Peter; it almost broke my heart too, he thought; and was overcome with his own grief, which rose like a moon looked at from a terrace, ghastly beautiful with light from the sunken day. I was more unhappy than I’ve ever been since, he thought. And as if in truth he were sitting there on the terrace he edged a little towards Clarissa; put his hand out; raised it; let it fall. There above them it hung, that moon. She too seemed to be sitting with him on the terrace, in the moonlight.” ― Virginia Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway