February is the month of lovers, and tomorrow is Valentines Day. Are you feeling romantic? If not, maybe some of these romantic lines will get you in the mood.
So sit back, grab a cup of coffee and enjoy some great love lines from some great books. Maybe one will strike your fancy and you’ll want to read the whole book. Don’t worry. Buy links are included with every line.
From Lilly Gayle’s 2011 release Wholesale Husband:
“Aye, Clarissa,” he said, his face now serious,
“you can do whatever you want, have as many
children as you want, be anything you want, just as
long as you love me.”
Wholesale Husband is available from http://www.thewildrosepress.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=176_135&products_id=4631 and http://www.amazon.com/Wholesale-Husband-Lilly-Gayle/dp/1601549768/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1325870062&sr=8-1
From Bianca Swan’s Celestial Sin:
Cam-ael stroked her cheek, shook his head. “As I told Heaven’s General, the choice was mine. No regrets, my love, none at all.” An angel’s soft lips caressed hers. “How beautiful you are. I’d risk anything to be with you. I love you.”
From Brenda Whiteside’s 2011 Release
HONEY ON WHITE BREAD
“You know what honey does to plain white bread?” He kissed my cheek softly, his lips like the touch of a butterfly wing. “You dribble it on, slow…and…thick. The bread soaks the honey in and changes.” His lips caressed my earlobe. “Well, I’m white bread to your honey.”
Hone On White Bread available from:
From Lilly Gayle’s Slightly Tarnished:
“You make me
forget there was anyone before you.”
From Mimi Barbour’s 2011 release: My Cheeky Angel
Tyler grinned. “I know you’re the cutest thing I’ve seen today, and I just walked past the puppies in the pet store window.”
From Brenda Whiteside’s 2010 release SLEEPING WITH THE LIGHTS ON
He leaned across the table to rub the back of my hand with his. “What I said is exactly what I meant.” He lowered his voice, and I lost my peripheral vision to the point that we were the only two people in the restaurant. “Sandra, when a gal’s figure fills in the spaces to make it a woman’s body, a man can lose all common sense just lookin’.”
From Leigh D’Ansey’s 2011 release: The Duke’s Blackmailed Bride:
‘She had not even reached the gates when she brought a gloved hand shakily to her mouth and pressed it against lips that still savored the taste of Northbridge.’
From Darcy Lundeen’s Find You Again:
“You responded to me. You were afraid to, but you finally let yourself go. That’s one of the nicest things you could have done for me.”
Finding You Again available from:
And, we have two great lines from A.Y Stratton’s Buried Heart:
1- “I want you to reach for my hair at least once a day and tell me what a slob I am. I want to hear your thoughts. I want to share mine with you. I even want you to correct my grammar.”
“You’re amazing. Before I met you I never knew that word.”
A. Y. Stratton said:
Lily, I loved reading those wonderful love lines! I'm about to go out to a Valentine's Day lunch with my husband and your list put me in a romantic mood!
Lilly,Some great lines here. Thanks for letting us share them. :o)
Lilly Gayle said:
Thanks for participating, ladies!
Bianca Swan said:
What fun! I enjoyed reading the love lines. Nice treat for Valentien's Day. Now after the chocolates!
Andris Bear said:
Aww! What fun love lines. And what a great way to celebrate Valentine's day!
Lilly Gayle said:
Make mine white chocolate, Bianca! And Andris, maybe next year I can include a line from your awesome, soon to be published Urban Fantasy/Paranormal romance. Can't wait to see it in print. Congratulations again.