Joan Johnston

“What’s your greatest regret?” she asked.
He turned to look at her, then focused his eyes on the windshield in front of him. “You.”
She felt an ache in her chest. “That you admitted you loved me? Or that you took me with you?”
“Both.”
“Will it help if I say I’m in love with you?”
He shot another quick look in her direction, but a sudden gust of wind hit, and he had to focus on sideslipping the plane.
When it was steady again, he focused piercing gray eyes on her and asked, “Are you in love with me?”
“I think so.”


Joan Johnston, The Texan
Read more quotes from Joan Johnston


Share this quote:
Twitter icon

Friends Who Liked This Quote


To see what your friends thought of this quote, please sign up!

1 like
All Members Who Liked This Quote

None yet!


This Quote Is From

The Texan (Bitter Creek, #2) The Texan by Joan Johnston
1,592 ratings, average rating, 59 reviews
Open Preview

Browse By Tag