Flirtation Quotes

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Stephenie Meyer
“Do I dazzle you?”
Stephenie Meyer, Twilight

Shannon L. Alder
“If a man, who says he loves you, won’t tell you the details of a private conversation between him and another woman you can be sure he is not protecting your heart. He is protecting himself and the women he has feelings for. Wise women simply see things as they are, not as their low self-esteem allows.”
Shannon L. Alder

Sophie Jordan
“You cold?' He chafes my arms. I haven't been cold since I moved here. This is something else. 'No. But you can put your arms around me anyway.”
Sophie Jordan, Firelight

Amit Kalantri
“I think of you only twice a day - when I am alone and when I am with someone else.”
Amit Kalantri, I Love You Too

Amit Kalantri
“I always have many roads to travel, but I take the one which leads to you.”
Amit Kalantri, I Love You Too

Julie James
“I don’t mind hot and spicy. Actually find that appealing in a girl. And chicken wings.”
Julie James, About That Night

G.G. Vandagriff
“It's always seemed to me that flirtation is a man's device for avoiding responsibility. He can say whatever he wants and knows he won't be taken seriously.”
G.G. Vandagriff, The Last Waltz

Amit Kalantri
“I have a question for you. "If your shadow is the second most beautiful thing in the world, which is the first?".”
Amit Kalantri, I Love You Too

Kresley Cole
“He swallowed. “Have you no modesty?” Never in his life had he encountered a female so quick to be naked. Of course, he’d never in his life encountered a female who should so utterly be naked at any chance.”
Kresley Cole, The Warlord Wants Forever

J. Kenner
“Maybe you aren't as smart as you think you are, Mr. Stark."

"Nonsense. I'm fucking brilliant. Or haven't you heard?”
J. Kenner, Release Me

“Tell me what I can do to help you feel better."

Well...I always like when you kiss me...

"Do you?"

You're good at it.

"Well, that's lucky. Because I'll always be kissing you.”
Kristin Cashore, Fire

Oscar Wilde
“Well, in the first place girls never marry the men they flirt with. Girls don't think it right.”
Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest

E.M. Forster
“Was Mrs. Wilcox one of the unsatisfactory people- there are many of them- who dangle intimacy and then withdraw it? They evoke our interests and affections, and keep the life of the spirit dawdling around them. Then they withdraw. When physical passion is involved, there is a definite name for such behaviour- flirting- and if carried far enough, it is punishable by law. But no law- not public opinion, even- punishes those who coquette with friendship, though the dull ache that they inflict, the sense of misdirected effort and exhaustion, may be as intolerable. Was she one of these?”
E.M. Forster, Howards End

Gail Carriger
“Lord Akeldama sighed. 'You lovebirds, how will I endure such flirtations constantly in my company? How déclassé, Lord Maccon, to love your own wife.”
Gail Carriger, Heartless

Lauren Myracle
“He slouches,' DeeDee contributes.
'True--he needs to work on his posture,' Thelma says.
'You guys,' I say.
'I'm serious,' Thelma says. 'What if you get married? Don't you want to go to fancy dinners with him and be proud?'
'You guys. We are not getting married!'
'I love his eyes,' Jolene says. 'If your kids get his blue eyes and your dark hair--wouldn't that be fabulous?'
'The thing is,' Thelma says, 'and yes, I know, this is the tricky part--but I'm thinking Bliss has to actually talk to him. Am I right? Before they have their brood of brown-haired, blue-eyed children?'
I swat her. "I'm not having Mitchell's children!'
'I'm sorry--what?' Thelma says.
Jolene is shaking her head and pressing back laughter. Her expressing says, Shhh, you crazy girl!
But I don't care. If they're going to embarrass me, then I'll embarrass them right back.
'I said'--I raise my voice--'I am not having Mitchell Truman's children!'
Jolene turns beet red, and she and DeeDee dissolve into mad giggles.
'Um, Bliss?' Thelma says. Her gaze travels upward to someone behind me. The way she sucks on her lip makes me nervous.
'Okaaay, I think maybe I won't turn around,' I announce.
A person of the male persuasion clears his throat.
'Definitely not turning around,' I say. My cheeks are burning. It's freaky and alarming how much heat is radiating from one little me.
'If you change your mind, we might be able to work something out,' the person of the male persuasion says.
'About the children?' DeeDee asks. 'Or the turning around?'
'DeeDee!' Jolene says.
'Both,' says the male-persuasion person.
I shrink in my chair, but I raise my hand over my head and wave.
'Um, hi,' I say to the person behind me whom I'm still not looking at. 'I'm Bliss.'
Warm fingers clasp my own.
'Pleased to meet you,' says the male-persuasion person. 'I'm Mitchell.'
'Hi, Mitchell.' I try to pull my hand from his grasp, but he won't let go. 'Um, bye now!'
I tug harder. No luck. Thelma, DeeDee, and Jolene are close to peeing their pants.
Fine. I twist around and give Mitchell the quickest of glances. His expressions is amused, and I grow even hotter.
He squeezes my hand, then lets go. 'Just keep me in the loop if you do decide to bear my children. I'm happy to help out.' With that, he stride jauntily to the food line.
Once he's gone, we lost it. Peals of laughter resound from our table, and the others in the cafeteria look at us funny. We laugh harder.
'Did you see!' Thelma gasps. 'Did you see how proud he was?'
'You improve his posture!' Jolene says.
'I'm so glad, since that was my deepest desire,' I say. 'Oh my God, I'm going to have to quit school and become a nun.'
'I can't believe you waved at him,' DeeDee says.
'Your hand was like a little periscope,' Jolene says. 'Or, no--like a white surrender flag.'
'It was a surrender flag. I was surrendering myself to abject humiliation.'
'Oh, please,' Thelma says, pulling me into a sideways hug. 'Think of it this way: Now you've officially talked to him.”
Lauren Myracle, Bliss

“Was that semi-colon some kind of flirty wink or just bad punctuation?”
Azadeh Aalai

Amit Kalantri
“There is no cosmetic to gain a beauty like yours.”
Amit Kalantri, I Love You Too

Milan Kundera
“What is flirtation? One might say that it is behavior leading another to believe that sexual intimacy is possible, while preventing that possibility from becoming a certainty. In other words, flirting is a promise of sexual intercourse without a guarantee.”
Milan Kundera, The Unbearable Lightness of Being

“I wonder if you know how special you are; I wonder if you know how precious you are; I wonder if you know how lucky I am to have you in my life; I love you so much.”
Hassan Ali

Amit Kalantri
“I am sure that God has given all his time in making you, the remaining human race has been created in haste.”
Amit Kalantri, I Love You Too

Amit Kalantri
“The Earth must have done some noble work; that is why you were born here and not in the ocean among the fishes and not in the sky among the birds.”
Amit Kalantri, I Love You Too

Rachel Gibson
“Do you really think that I don’t have anything better to do than to spend my time thinking about you? Digging up a little of the goods on Luc Martineau?”
Fine lines appeared at the corners of his eyes and he laughed. “Sweetheart, there is nothing little about Luc’s goods.”
Rachel Gibson, See Jane Score

Lani Woodland
“I leaned against Brent, resting my forehead against his cheek, but jerked back. "Brent you're hot."
Brent grinned lazily and puffed up his chest. "Thank you. It's a burden I must bear.”
Lani Woodland, Indelible

Sara Zarr
“Okay, then, what was he like? Just give me something to go on so that I have a shot at him!'
'A shot at him? Are you on an elk hunt?”
Sara Zarr, Sweethearts

Molly Ringle
“She knew nothing of Ren except his name, his aptitude with vocabulary, the fact that he wasn’t in college, and the way his hair narrowed to a curling point at the nape of his neck. And she hadn’t even realized she knew that last thing until now.”
Molly Ringle, The Ghost Downstairs

Terri Farley
“I was doing it again, and I do NOT ogle strangers.”
Terri Farley, Seven Tears Into the Sea

Rose Pressey
“After the wink, his head moved down and his eyes made a beeline to my chest. Ugh. The old man felt me up with his eyes. Men really are all just alike—no matter the age. He was a flirtatious old fossil.”
Rose Pressey, Flip That Haunted House

Molly Ringle
“You've been seduced with poetry? Wow. I'm envious. No guy's ever tried anything as classy as that on me."

"If only you could visit the eighteenth century, Highvalley. You would learn what it is to be courted properly.”
Molly Ringle, Lava Red Feather Blue

Vincent Okay Nwachukwu
“Attention without intention is flirtation.”
Vincent Okay Nwachukwu, Weighty 'n' Worthy African Proverbs - Volume 1

Katherine McIntyre
“Last chance to duck and run, Torres,” Greg murmured, his words low and hoarse, like he fought to rope down a twister. “Because I’ve been wanting to wreck you from the moment I saw your hot-as-sin face.”
Fuck, this guy turned him upside down. “Bring it.”
Katherine McIntyre, Midnight Heist

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