Funny Romance Quotes

Quotes tagged as "funny-romance" (showing 1-27 of 27)
Patrick W. Carr
“Her mouth set. "I've already lost one man I loved tonight. I will not lose the other." She glared at him. "And curse you, you stone head, for making me say it first.”
Patrick W. Carr, The Hero's Lot

Cristin Harber
“God, woman.” He closed his fist, not bothering to count off the dozens of other things she shouldn’t do. “You give me heartburn.”
“No. Those are orgasms I give you, baby.”
Cristin Harber, Live Wire

Cristin Harber
“You’re gorgeous. You’re sexy. You’re … asking me to cut that dress off you? I’m praying for strength.”
Cristin Harber, Revenge

Cristin Harber
“This many pretty girls in the room, all watching you boys like you’re a wedding-reception one-night stand waiting to happen—”
Cristin Harber, Revenge

Ann Everett
“I'd rather be stung to death by a bunch of piss ants. ~Synola Harper, You're Busting My Nuptials”
Ann Everett, You're Busting My Nuptials

Ann Everett
“I feel like I've been ironing all day in high heels and no brassiere. ~Tizzy Donovan, Laid Out and Candle Lit”
Ann Everett

Kayti McGee
“She looks me dead in the face and says, “The safe word is going to be ‘immigration,’ because you know I’ll stop it.”
Kayti McGee, Topped

Jamie Farrell
“Josh squeezed her arm. “I’ll behave,” he murmured. “For now.”
She’s going to pickle your cucumbers.”
“He has more than one?” Natalie whispered.
“That’s between me and Kimmie,” Josh replied.”
Jamie Farrell, Sugared

Jamie Farrell
“Have you ever played Killer Bunnies?” she asked.
“Killer Bunnies?” he repeated, blinking the way people always did when they didn’t follow her brain’s train.
“It’s a card game. Not spades and clubs, kings and jacks cards. It’s like a board game, with cards instead of a board. Here. I’ll show you.” She stretched up to the top shelf beside her TV and pulled down a bright blue box. “But I have to warn you, I never hesitate to use the nuclear warheads or the anti-matter raisins. Your bunnies are going down.”
Jamie Farrell, Sugared

Jamie Farrell
“Right on time, sugar.” Josh draped his arm around her shoulders and steered her through the lobby. “Traffic okay?”
“Yeah, except when that alien spaceship landed on I-90 and then all those crickets jumped out to perform Beethoven’s Fifth on kazoos. Otherwise, clear sailing.”
Jamie Farrell, Sugared

Jamie Farrell
“Are those the Edible Undies cupcakes?” one of the women in the kitchen asked.
“They’re the Nipple Lickers,” Kimmie answered. “Without the nipples.”
“I heard you perfected the Sex on a Peach cupcakes,” another feminine voice said.
“Can you squeeze me in for a double order of Spank Me Strawberries the weekend before Knot Fest?”
Jamie Farrell, Sugared

Jamie Farrell
“You’re doing this for Kimmie for free.”
“I’d do anything for Kimmie.”
“Including bury a body?”
“Especially bury a body.”
Jamie Farrell, Sugared

Jamie Farrell
“Speaking of cupcakes, Will wants two dozen off your special menu to take on the road after the wedding.”
“The, erm, peach kind?”
“The peach kind,” Lindsey said.
“I like the peach kind,” Josh said.
Mikey had named them Sex on a Peach. And they were Kimmie’s second biggest seller, after the Hairy Dicks, which were coconut cake balls strategically placed with Dahlia’s chocolate-covered, ice cream-filled bananas.
And Josh’s frown had disappeared, and now he was grinning as if he knew it.
All of it.”
Jamie Farrell, Sugared

Jamie Farrell
“Is he nice?” one whispered over her gum paste roses for this weekend’s wedding cakes.
“Um, obviously,” Kimmie said.
“You’re why he’s always coming around? I know he’s hot stuff in Chicago, but he always seems so stiff when he comes here,” another added from the sink.
“Honey, you want them stiff,” a third said…”
Jamie Farrell, Sugared

Jamie Farrell
“Your mother can’t hear you here.”
“Distance is no match for my mother’s eavesdropping and mind-reading skills.”

“I had steel anti-mind-reading plates installed this week. Specially designed to be Marilyn-proof. Also sounds an alarm if she gets within two hundred yards of the building, and I sent the guards downstairs to ninja training. You’re safe.”
Jamie Farrell, Sugared

Jamie Farrell
“His eyes were growing darker. They dipped to her lips. “Make any dirty cupcakes this week?”
“Yes. Two orders.”
“What flavors?”
“No.”
“No?”
“I don’t want to tell you.” She totally wanted to tell him. She wanted to watch his eyes go darker when she said the dirty words. And she wanted him to keep touching her cheek. And then touch her in other places. “You should stop.”
“Probably.”
Jamie Farrell, Sugared

Jamie Farrell
“In the third cabinet under the counter, she hit the good stuff. “Oh! You have a KitchenAid.”
“If you’re planning on caressing my mixer, you should know that might make my testicles explode,” he said from behind her.
Her cheeks went hot enough to glow. “That would be awkward.”
Jamie Farrell, Sugared

Jamie Farrell
“Her eyes slid closed, her secret places pulsed in anticipation, and his lips settled onto the skin beneath her ear.
That was magic.
She held perfectly still.
He pressed a kiss to her neck. Then another, lower. A third, even lower.
She squirmed.
He dropped his hands. “Sorry. I---“
“Don’t stop,” Kimmie whispered.”
Jamie Farrell, Sugared

Jamie Farrell
“A fake ring. A fake engagement. Fake love. Everything was fake. Shiny and put together on the outside, empty on the inside.”
Jamie Farrell, Sugared

Jamie Farrell
“If my mom sees you here, she’ll ---“
“Paper the walls with my innards while the innocents watch?”
Jamie Farrell, Sugared

Cristin Harber
“She giggled. Giggled. Her cheeks pinked, and goddamn, if this plane didn’t get to the gate and un-board them, he was going to pull the emergency hatch.”
Cristin Harber, Gambled

Jamie Farrell
“He was the most handsome nightmare she had ever met.”
Jamie Farrell, Sugared

Jamie Farrell
“Heaven’s Bakery help them all.”
Jamie Farrell, Sugared

“Hello Miss,” I said in a feverish manner. “I’m Jack, and of course I will muck out your horse for you.” I grinned a huge dumb smile right at her. “I’m always happy to help.”

She was taken aback, gazing at me confused. She wasn’t sure if I was being sarcastic, or if I was just some village simpleton who always said too much.”
LeeAnn Whitaker, Never Another You

Nancy Naigle
“She tossed. Turned. Tried to count sheep; in her head, she began examining and vaccinating them, which wasn’t helpful when trying to fall back asleep.”
Nancy Naigle, Christmas In Evergreen

Nancy Naigle
“I doubt we’ll see too many cows on the cruise.”
“Oh. A cow cruise. That sounds fun,” she teased.”
Nancy Naigle, Christmas In Evergreen

Debbie Macomber
“The minute I set eyes on your mother, I felt this thing happen in my gut, like the flu bug hit me worse than any sickness I’ve ever had, worse than the bubonic plague.”
His love analogy could use a little work…”
Debbie Macomber, Alaskan Holiday