Highlander Quotes

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Karen Marie Moning
“If aught must be lost, ‘twill be my honor for yours. If one must be forsaken, ‘twill be my soul for yours. Should death come anon, ‘twill be my life for yours. I am Given.”
Karen Marie Moning, Kiss of the Highlander

Diana Gabaldon
“To see the years touch ye gives me joy", he whispered, "for it means that ye live.”
Diana Gabaldon (Jamie Fraser)

Karen Marie Moning
“Bedevil the devil and devil be dammed. I fear no devil and bow to no man.

- Adam Black”
Karen Marie Moning, Beyond the Highland Mist

Diana Gabaldon
“I thought the force of my wanting must wake ye, surely. And then ye did come. . ." He stopped, looking at me with eyes gone soft and dark. "Christ, Claire, ye were so beautiful, there on the stair, wi' your hair down and the shadow of your body with the light behind ye…." He shook his head slowly. "I did think I should die, if I didna have ye," he said softly. "Just then.”
Diana Gabaldon

Kerrigan Byrne
“It was written in those stars that we meet.” His voice gathered a tender fervency that unstitched something from inside Mena’s soul. “We are bound in some inescapable way, thee and me. I’ve known it since I first laid eyes on ye in that dress.”
Kerrigan Byrne, The Highlander

Karen Marie Moning
“Gwen Cassidy needed a man.
Desperately.
Failing that, she'd settle for a cigarette.”
Karen Marie Moning, Kiss of the Highlander

Karen Marie Moning
“The man kisses me and I just hop right on him like he's the hottest new ride at Disneyland.”
Karen Marie Moning

Maya Banks
“The arrogant man probably thought his path to heaven was already assured, and that he acted in accordance to God’s will just by breathing.”
Maya Banks, In Bed with a Highlander

Karen Marie Moning
“I can't find a man I want, and I'm beginning to think the problem is me. Maybe I expect too much. Maybe I'm holding out for something that doesn't even exist." She'd voiced her secret fear. Maybe grand passion was just a dream. With all the kissing she'd done in the past few months, she'd not once been overcome with desire. Her parents certainly hadn't had any great passion between them. Come to think of it, she wasn't sure she'd ever seen grand passion outside of a movie theater or a book.”
Karen Marie Moning

Kerrigan Byrne
“He was The Demon Highlander, elder brother to the Blackheart of Ben More. These monikers, they were not granted by the happenstance of birth or marriage, like a Marquess or an Earl, they were earned by means of ruthless violence and bloodshed. It was easy to forget that fact beneath the grand chandelier of this lofty keep. That was, until the fire in the hearth ignited the amber in his eyes, lending him a ferocity that even his expensive attire couldn't tame.”
Kerrigan Byrne, The Highlander

Ross Callum
“Te prometo mi amor y todo lo que poseo.

Te prometo el primer bocado de mi carne y el primer sorbo de mi vino.

A partir de este día solo tu nombre gritaré en la oscuridad de la noche,

y por tus ojos sonreiré cada mañana;

Yo seré un escudo para ti como tú eres el mío.

No habrá entre nosotros ninguna palabra severa, ni ningún extraño oirá mi queja.

Eres sangre de mi sangre y hueso de mi hueso.

Te doy mi cuerpo para que podamos ser uno.

Te doy mi espíritu para que podamos ser uno.

Por encima de todo, te valoraré y te honraré, en esta vida y en la siguiente.”
Rossalyn Callum

Kerrigan Byrne
“Still pleasant as a cornered hedgehog, and as well mannered as a badger, I see.”
Kerrigan Byrne, The Scot Beds His Wife

Emily Tilton
“If we wed, Milady, you will belong to me. Your rank will be my rank, and your station will be this croft. I hold that a husband must have his way with his wife in his bed and in his house, and that if she refuses him his way, he must chastise her until she is ready to please him. You will card, and you will spin, and you will cook what I bring in to you, and when I call you to my bed, you will come, and I will have my way.”
Emily Tilton, Tamed by the Highlander

Michelle M. Pillow
“Her eyes widened, convinced by the size of it that his shaft was fully erect. She blinked several times. No, she was wrong. The bulge moved, growing as she watched it.

"Not that I mind ya staring, love, but I've got an appointment I must keep.”
Michelle M. Pillow, Love Potions

J.M. Frey
“My first crush was a sarcastic know-it-all Immortal named Methos, a character from Highlander. To this day I am convinced he is my perfect soulmate. And the focus of my sexual awakening. Lots of people cite the boiler room scene from My So-Called Life, Jareth in Labyrinth, Colin Firth in Pride & Prejudice, or any/all members of the Fellowship of the Ring. But mine happened when Methos rolled out of bed in nothing but boxers to defend his life with a Roman short sword. Unf.”
J.M. Frey, The Secret Loves of Geek Girls

Kerrigan Byrne
“Samantha imagined that in another life, she and Alison could have, indeed, been friends.
Had she not been about to rob the train.”
Kerrigan Byrne, The Scot Beds His Wife

Kerrigan Byrne
“The lass was no damsel.
He’d prepared himself for a hard sell, one that might require a few extra knee-weakening smiles, perhaps so much as a seduction, but he’d never in a million years expected the disaster that landed his arms.
The disaster named Alison Ross.”
Kerrigan Byrne, The Scot Beds His Wife

Kerrigan Byrne
“There was something more than a little satisfying about ripping the heart out of someone the moment before they expected to do the same to you.”
Kerrigan Byrne, The Scot Beds His Wife

Kerrigan Byrne
“This blood feud is a bit too Shakespearean, if ye want the truth. I’m no Montague, and ye’re no Capulet.”
Kerrigan Byrne, The Scot Beds His Wife

Aleigha Siron
“No, lad, I don’t believe you misunderstood me. The date is September 3rd, in the year of our Lord, one thousand, nine hundred, and seventy-five…1975.”

Angus swallowed harshly and couldn’t stop the slight sway of his body; a loud buzzing rang through his ears. Sweat drenched the back of his shirt. He leaned his hand and body against the wooden doorframe, certain he might indeed faint. “Ye jest with me. What ye suggest is no’ possible.”
Aleigha Siron, My San Francisco Highlander

Jennifer LaBrecque
“Aye. And I can do without a viper-tongued wench.""Wench? Wench? Lass is one thing, but did you just call me a wench? I'll have you know I'm a doctor. No one calls me a wench. I passed my boards with flying colors. I could take you apart and put you back together with my eyes closed.”
Jennifer La Brecque, Highland Fling

Donna Grant
“Why can’t I get enough of you?” she asked between kisses.
“Do you want to?”
Donna Grant, Firestorm

Donna Grant
“When are we going to deal with Usaeil?”
“Soon.”
“The sooner, the better, Con. If you don’t do something she’s going to.”
He raised a brow. “You mean worse than she already has? She’s all but told the Light.”
“You think you know her, but you don’t. She cares about nothing but her own desires now.”
Sounds like the Dark,” he said.
“I know.”
Donna Grant, Firestorm

Kerrigan Byrne
“Though her muscles went rigid, her tongue sparred with his, as he might have guessed it would. Each lick and swirl, each plunge and retreat became a point counted for or against.
Gavin had never enjoyed a woman’s mouth so much in his entire life.”
Kerrigan Byrne, The Scot Beds His Wife

Laura Hunsaker
“The strange unfamiliar feeling she’d had increased as they approached. She nervously twisted the amethyst ring on her middle finger. Aunt Gilly’s ring. It felt hot against her skin.”
Laura Hunsaker, Amethyst Heat

Julie Johnstone
“She knew too well the heartbreak of wanting love from someone who was not capable of giving it.”
Julie Johnstone, When A Laird Loves A Lady

Terry Spear
“She was still of the opinion that if she threatened him sufficiently, he would leave. It had worked well for her before - on two separate occasions. Not that the men had been so well muscled - or half naked.

Then she frowned. What if under the sheepskin covers, the man was entirely bare? That would put him at more of a disadvantage, she decided.”
Terry Spear, The Highlander

Paula Quinn
“Let every lady in Camlochlin swoon over a charming smile. She had won the love of a man who shared his most intimate smiles for her alone”
Paula Quinn, Ravished by a Highlander

Jolie Vines
“Your lairdship will do. Or God. Call me that if ye like,” I uttered against her flesh.
- Callum McRae”
Jolie Vines, Storm the Castle

Lynsay Sands
“You introduced me to the innkeeper as your wife. Make love to me like a husband would.”
Lynsay Sands, Highland Treasure

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