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Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Cathie Linz

Romance novels can be broken down into two broad categories: historical romances, which utilize a wide variety of historical backdrops, and contemporary romances. The distinction is important because the temporal settings have a strong influence on plot lines and the type of fantasy that is found in the books. — Cathie Linz

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Destin Bays

I'm still waiting for something, searching for something I cannot describe."
"It's called true love. Most people never find it. — Destin Bays

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Brooklyn Ann

I have always wondered what it is like to be kissed." She snapped her mouth closed at such an outrageous confession, but it was too late.
"And?" he whispered back.
She frowned. "And what?"
His lips arched in a wicked smile. "How was the experience?"
"Incredible," she couldn't stop herself from answering. "So much more that what the novels depict."
His grin broadened, tempting beyond reason. "That tempts me to do it again. — Brooklyn Ann

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Jina Bacarr

If it's only a kiss you want, I can kiss you with my clothes on." Katie O'Reilly to Captain Lord Blackthorn in "Titanic Rhasody. — Jina Bacarr

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Katie Hamstead

I will not stand by and let any man believe his death is an act of one of the gods. They don't deserve the credit. This is just nature, a side effect of mortality - H — Katie Hamstead

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Brenda Joyce

I am not a twenty-two-year-old boy; I am not a besotted fool. If you think to jilt me, think again. For I will not turn tail and run the other way as he did, oh no. I will find you, and I will drag you to the altar on your back if need be, no matter how you might be screaming. No matter how scandalous it might be. — Brenda Joyce

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Tina Gabrielle

I want to be your lover. Burn your list, Jane. Let me be the one. — Tina Gabrielle

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Nicole Luiken

I wondered what he would have thought if he'd known that I'd gleaned most of my information from reading historical romance novels. — Nicole Luiken

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Evelyn Pryce

So the Bawdy Bluestocking was the proprietress of her own shop, selling lurid novels to ladies in the front and more esoteric fare in the back, from the looks of the shelves around him. He spied Pope and Crabbe, Shakespeare, of course, and names he did not recognize at all. He wondered how she chose her stock and where it came from. She must spend her days in endless research. The thought was unaccountably lovely to him. — Evelyn Pryce

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Tessa Dare

He couldn't escape it. She'd begun re-calibrating his senses the moment she came through that library door. His peripheral vision was now trained for flashes of golden hair: his ears, trained for her melodic laugh. He found himself following the drifting scent of her soap and dusting powder, like a dog panting after the butcher's wife. — Tessa Dare

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Destin Bays

Helena had been standing by her window looking out to sea, breathing in the fresh air and admiring the picturesque scene of a small ship sailing into the harbor.
She had not been able to think of anything other than Mikolas for days.
From LONGING the 3rd chapter of TRUE LOVE — Destin Bays

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Joanna Shupe

I'm a man of words, yet you rob me of them every single time. — Joanna Shupe

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Lauren Willig

LIPID (Last Idiot Person I Dated) syndrome: a largely undiagnosed but pervasive disease that afflicts single women. — Lauren Willig

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Beatrice Hitchman

Durand smiles. There is nothing behind the smile except perhaps another smile, repeating ad infinitum into the distance.
'Of course,' he says. — Beatrice Hitchman

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Tessa Dare

This wasn't her first kiss. He could tell that much, though he doubted any of the young men who'd kissed her had known what the hell they were doing. He felt a vague, stupid sort of rage toward them. It made him all the more resolved to make this kiss sublime. Sufficiently long and slow and sweet and deep to obliterate those embraces from her memory.
From this day forward-when she thought of kisses, she would think only of him. — Tessa Dare

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Susan Carroll

I freely admit that I took great license in writing 'The Dark Queen,' more so than my other historical romance novels. This is largely because I viewed the book as a fantasy novel as much as an historical. I do feel that writers should strive for as much accuracy as possible but, in the end, remember that we are writing fiction. — Susan Carroll

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Lisa M. Prysock

The only thing he was sorry for was slamming the door and perhaps raising his voice to the woman who'd been like a mother to him since the passing of his parents. Perhaps she hadn't really deserved his reaction, but he was, justifiably, weary of their meddling and hearing about his father's will. Apparently no suitable maiden was going to appear on his doorstep. He seemed to be looking for a needle in a haystack. — Lisa M. Prysock

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Kathleen Hanna

My mom wasn't, like, she was reading all these historical romance novels the majority of the time. She read a feminist book and then my dad would sit down and explain it to her like she was an idiot. — Kathleen Hanna

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Destin Bays

When your child comes home to talk about life, what could be more important? — Destin Bays

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Arushi Raina

It's the kind of storm that only happens on the highveld, the thunder loud and rapid. Zanele doesn't speak. I need her to. Maybe she is counting the people who have died since we first met. — Arushi Raina

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Leslie Hachtel

Heart...Soul...Words — Leslie Hachtel

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Tina Gabrielle

I've never kissed an art forger before" Lord Huntington to Eliza Somerton in "An Artful Seduction — Tina Gabrielle

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Jessie Clever

Call it what you like, my lady, but it is still spying. — Jessie Clever

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Eloisa James

It was awful, this love. — Eloisa James

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Collette Cameron

She strove for poised composure, despite feeling like a powerless pawn in a despicable game of human chess, played for the amusement of those who enjoyed tragic endings at the expense of someone else's happiness - no - their very existence. — Collette Cameron

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Nancy B. Brewer

Yet, the quest for knowledge will overcome us and we must know. And, at last, we must see where the road ends, even if it be the cliff. — Nancy B. Brewer

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Nancy B. Brewer

To those of you who have lost your way, may my story serve as a reminder that life is a journey. The lessons we learn along the way are not for our sake alone. We are obligated to share them — Nancy B. Brewer

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Kellyn Roth

Low and behold what comes of reading too many romance novels. — Kellyn Roth

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Margie Bayer

Who can stop influenza and tuberculosis? The wealth of high society cannot buy off this evil, for their bored children die alongside everyone else. — Margie Bayer

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Jane Austen

What are men to rocks and mountains?
April 1, 1816: The Prince Regent enjoyed Jane Austen's novels, but he requested that she try her hand at a historical romance with less satirical and humorous elements. Austen was not amused. On this day, she wrote to the Prince Regent, I could not sit down to write a serious romance under any other motive than to save my life. — Jane Austen

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Sherry D. Ficklin

Love should never be a game. — Sherry D. Ficklin

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Katherine Givens

Thinking back on the outing to the theatre, she added, 'I want a man, not a preening peacock! — Katherine Givens

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Katlyn Charlesworth

Our lover is the sun, and we the stars forever floating in their glow. We push and push, yearning for our sun's rays to reach out and touch us for just a moment in time ... one second-glance to warm our spirits and soothe our aching hearts. — Katlyn Charlesworth

Historical Romance Novels Quotes By Cara McKinnon

The woman was not what would be termed an exquisite, or what his grandfather's generation would have styled 'a diamond of the first water.' There was something too primal in her features and her bearing, and her aura shimmered with power. She was a sunset on a mountain peak, or the eerie colors in the sky in the far north of Scotland. She was a vein of gold still glittering inside the rock, her treasure clear but held close, in her own keeping.

She would never belong to anyone but herself, and that made him long for her to share that self with him - in every conceivable way. — Cara McKinnon