Getting To Know Someone Quotes

Quotes tagged as "getting-to-know-someone" (showing 1-20 of 20)
E.A. Bucchianeri
“While she could hardly fathom what had just happened to her that night, she reached some conclusions before she fell asleep, certain things now made perfect sense; Moon River didn’t sound so syrupy, mistletoe wasn’t such a bad idea, and perhaps dating was not such a frivolous waste of time after all.”
E.A. Bucchianeri, Brushstrokes of a Gadfly

Ava Dellaira
“You know when you think you know someone? More than anyone in the world? You know you know them, because you've seen them, like, for real. And then you reach out, and suddenly they are just... gone. You though you belonged together. You thought they were yours, but they're not. You want to protect them, but you can't.”
Ava Dellaira, Love Letters to the Dead

Patti Digh
“The shortest distance between two people is a story.”
Patti Digh, Four-Word Self-Help: Simple Wisdom for Complex Lives

Adam Berlin
“Let's take a walk. You can show me some of your memories and I'll show you some of mine.”
Adam Berlin, The Number of Missing

Richelle E. Goodrich
“I am not what you see.
I am what time and effort and interaction slowly unveil.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Slaying Dragons

Jasinda Wilder
“I'm funny all the time. You just never knew until now.”
Jasinda Wilder, Falling into Us

Bryant McGill
“The power of getting to know one another is so immense, eclipsed only by first getting to know ourselves.”
Bryant McGill, Voice of Reason

Chelsea Handler
“There are many ways to get to know someone, and my favorite is seeing them naked in Happy Baby pose.

I also feel it is important to have sex soon after meeting someone in order to find out if you have sexual chemistry together. Otherwise, you could wait two to three months after you start dating someone only to discover that your new boyfriend is bad in bed, or even worse, is into anal beads and duct tape.”
Chelsea Handler, My Horizontal Life: A Collection of One-Night Stands

Maisey Yates
“I’ll bet he misses it.”
“Almost as much as I miss him being on the road.”
She frowned. “You don’t really mean that.”
“Mostly not.”
“Good. But I do sort of get it,” she said slowly. “The siblings-driving-you-crazy thing. My sisters . .
. well, they’re perfect. As far as my parents are concerned.”
“Yeah. They’re married.”
“And that’s perfect, huh? What about you? You’re successful, right? Your column is pretty big.”
“Oh, it’s huge,” she said, her tone overdramatic, earning a chuckle from Cole. “I’m kind of a big
deal. But I don’t have a husband, so . . . my parents think maybe I’m not such a big deal.”
“So, you’re the black sheep.”
Maisey Yates, Unexpected

E.A. Bucchianeri
“You mean something like ‘truth or dare’? I haven’t played that in a long time.” She didn’t think he would ever get himself entangled in a game like that, but it was addictive, a compromising icebreaker featuring all the strategy of Poker, minus the cards, mixed with a dash of danger from Russian Roulette, without the revolver.”
E.A. Bucchianeri, Brushstrokes of a Gadfly

Christina Baker Kline
“I am acutely aware that like a slip of paper in the wind, something in his nature eludes my grasp.”
Christina Baker Kline, A Piece of the World

Lauren Wolk
“We spent some time like that, me asking small questions, Toby giving me longer and longer answers, until we were simply talking, Toby asking me questions, too.”
Lauren Wolk, Wolf Hollow

Maisey Yates
“She shook her head and dropped the focus of the light down to the ground. “Well, thanks for . . .
everything. Dinner. And stuff. Showing me the ranch.”
Why were things so awkward with him?
“Sure.” He put his hands in his pockets. “See you tomorrow?”
“Yeah. Tomorrow.”
Maisey Yates, Unexpected

Jacqueline Patricks
“She is such a blade—-beautiful, powerful, and deadly to her enemies-—as well as her bond-mate due to her fatal flaw. The questions are—How deep is her flaw and can it be healed? After all, a mortal is not a mearcair blade to be discarded if forged improperly. (Kagan Donmall regarding Tessa Montgomery)”
Jacqueline Patricks, Fairytale Apocalypse

Danielle Bennett
“You could approach someone worlds apart from you by offering them, like a handshake, a simple truth from their own lives.”
Danielle Bennett, Dragon Soul

Maisey Yates
“I’ll walk you to the path.” Cole stood too and followed them out of the dining room and into the
common area of the lodge.
“How do you feel?” he asked when they were out of earshot.
“Great. Fine. For the first time in . . . forever, pretty much”
Maisey Yates, Unexpected

Maisey Yates
“She said no, Lark,” Cole said, his eyes meeting Kelsey’s. Kelsey felt her stomach flutter. And it
wasn’t from nausea.”
Maisey Yates, Unexpected

Maisey Yates
“Probably not.” He looked down at his watch. “It’s about time for dinner. Do you want to come
down and eat in the lodge? We deliver up to the cabins too, but we also do a family-style dinner.”
“Um . . .” Did she really want to spend more time with Cole today? Strangely, she found she did.
“That sounds great.”
Maisey Yates, Unexpected

“Some people are like egg. The more you apply heat to them, the harder they become. To hatch them, just use a gentle heat, and to keep them alive, just keep them cool.”
Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

Maisey Yates
“I hope that wasn’t because of what I said about the barrel racing,” Kelsey said.
“Probably me,” Cole said. “She’s sensitive. And I’m not. I’ll apologize later.”
Maisey Yates, Unexpected

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