Love Triangle Quotes

Quotes tagged as "love-triangle" (showing 1-30 of 103)
Cassandra Clare
“The rat, huddled in the hollow of her palms, squeaked glumly. Delighted, she hugged him to her chest. "Oh poor baby," she crooned, almost as if he really were a pet. "Poor Simon, it'll be fine, I promise-"
"I wouldn't feel too sorry for him," Jace said. "That's probably the closest he's ever gotten to second base."
"Shut up!" Clary glared at Jace furiously, but she did loosen her grip on the rat.”
Cassandra Clare, City of Bones

Suzanne Collins
“What about Gale?"
"He's not a bad kisser either," I say shortly.
"And it was okay with both of us? You kissing the other?" He asks.
"No. It wasn't okay with either of you. But I wasn't asking your permission," I tell him.
Peeta laughs again, coldly, dismissively. "Well, you're a piece of work, aren't you?”
Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay

Stephenie Meyer
“Well, I'm so sorry that I can't be the right kind of monster for you, Bella.”
Stephenie Meyer, New Moon

Cassandra Clare
“But that's not what you said when she walked into the room," said Simon quietly. "You said, 'Why didn't you ever tell me I had a brother?'"
"I know." Clary yanked a blade of grass out of the dirt, worrying it between her fingers. "I guess I can't help thinking that if I'd known the truth, I wouldn't have met Jace the way I did. I wouldn't have fallen in love with him."
Simon was silent for a moment. "I don't think I've ever heard you say that before."
"That I love him?" She laughed, but it sounded dreary even to her ears. "Seems useless to pretend like I don't, at this point. Maybe it doesn't matter. I probably won't ever see him again, anyway."
"He'll come back."
"He'll come back," Simon said again. "For you.”
Cassandra Clare, City of Glass

Vera Nazarian
“Love is made up of three unconditional properties in equal measure:

1. Acceptance
2. Understanding
3. Appreciation

Remove any one of the three and the triangle falls apart.

Which, by the way, is something highly inadvisable. Think about it — do you really want to live in a world of only two dimensions?

So, for the love of a triangle, please keep love whole.”
Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration

Ally Carter
“Don't let two men fall in love with you, girls. It's not the sort of thing that ends well."
-Uncle Charles”
Ally Carter, Uncommon Criminals

Catherynne M. Valente
“I know you loved both he and I, the way a mother can love two sons. And no one should be judged for loving more than they ought, only for loving not enough.”
Catherynne M. Valente, Deathless

Gabrielle Zevin
“As many have discovered, it is entirely possible (although not particularly desirable) to love two people with all your heart. It is entirely possible to long for two lives, to feel that one life can't come close to containing it all.”
Gabrielle Zevin, Elsewhere

John Green
“I didn't know what to say to her - I was caught in a love triangle with one dead side.”
John Green

Cassandra Clare
“He wanted to run to her, wrap her in his arms. Protect her. But it was Jem’s place to do those things, not his. Not his.” -Will Herondale”
Cassandra Clare, Clockwork Princess

Aprilynne Pike
“I just don't want to cozy up to the guy whose girl I have every intention of stealing.”
Aprilynne Pike

John Green
“I was caught in a love triangle with one dead side.”
John Green, Looking for Alaska

Ford Madox Ford
“Upon my soul!' Tietjens said to himself, 'that girl down there is the only intelligent living soul I've met for years.' A little pronounced in manner sometimes; faulty in reasoning naturally, but quite intelligent, with a touch of wrong accent now and then. But if she was wanted anywhere, there she'd be! Of good stock, of course: on both sides! But positively, she and Sylvia were the only two human beings he had met for years whom he could respect: the one for sheer efficiency in killing; the other for having the constructive desire and knowing how to set about it. Kill or cure! The two functions of man. If you wanted something killed you'd go to Sylvia Tietjens in sure faith that she would kill it: emotion, hope, ideal; kill it quick and sure. If you wanted something kept alive you'd go to Valentine: she's find something to do for it. . . . The two types of mind: remorseless enemy, sure screen, dagger ... sheath!
Perhaps the future of the world then was to women? Why not? He hand't in years met a man that he hadn't to talk down to - as you talk down to a child, as he had talked down to General Campion or to Mr. Waterhouse ... as he always talked down to Macmaster. All good fellows in their way ...”
Ford Madox Ford, Parade's End

Terri Herman-Poncé
“We do not remember days, Shemei, we remember moments, and the richness of life lies in memories we have forgotten.”
Terri Herman-Poncé, In This Life

Jenny Trout
“I couldn't take much more of this. Being the object two men competed for wasn't as glamorous as it sounded in the movies. The two men who both wanted one hundred percent of my time weren't dashing, international playboys. They were undead and surprisingly immature, considering the youngest was just over a hundred years old.”
Jenny Trout, Ashes to Ashes

Amanda Hocking
“You show me an angel that breaks bad, and I’ll show you a devil in disguise.”
Amanda Hocking, Between the Blade and the Heart

Amanda Hocking
“That’s the funny thing about love,” he said. “It doesn’t wait for perfection – the heart loves who it loves, exactly as they are, faults and all.”
Amanda Hocking, Between the Blade and the Heart

Victoria L. James
“Just close your eyes and fall. Fall backwards in your mind and tell me who you see catching you. Is it him... or is it me?”
Victoria L. James, Natexus

Anita Clenney
“Raphael raised his head and smiled. It wasn’t an easy smile, more like he’d found it buried in the ground and brushed it off for the occasion.”
Anita Clenney, Guardians of Stone

Georgette Heyer
“Hero might have enjoyed the evening spent at Almack's Assembly Rooms, but it had not been one of unmixed pleasure for her escort, while for one other person it had been an evening of almost unleavened annoyance. Miss Milborne, seeing the most ardent of her admirers enter the rooms with Hero on his arm, had suffered something in the nature of a shock. Never before had she seen George in attendance on any other lady than herself! When he came to Almack's it was to form one of her court; and when she did not dance with him he had a gratifying habit of leaning against the wall and watching her, instead of soliciting some other damsel to dance with him. Now, on the heels of the most obdurate quarrel they had had, here he was, looking perfectly cheerful, actually laughing at something Hero had said to him, his handsome head bent a little to catch her words. Hero, too, was in very good looks: in fact, Miss Milborne had not known that her little friend could appear to such advantage. She could never, of course, aspire to such beauty as belonged to the Incomparable, but Miss Milborne was no fool, and she was obliged to own that there was something particularly taking in the bride's smile and mischievous twinkle. Watching George, she came to the reluctant conclusion that he was fully sensible of his partner's charm. He had given his adored Isabella nothing more than a common bow upon catching sight of her, and it was plain that he meant to devote his evening to Hero. Miss Milborne could think of a dozen reasons to account for his gallanting Hero to the ball, but none of them satisfied her; nor could the distinguishing attention paid to her by her ducal admirer quite restore her spirits.”
Georgette Heyer, Friday's Child

Amanda Hocking
“The dead must stay dead. That which is dead cannot rise.”
Amanda Hocking, Between the Blade and the Heart

Amanda Hocking
“She had one thing to do, and she didn’t do it.”
Amanda Hocking, Between the Blade and the Heart

Anita Clenney
“Are you coming to bed?”
“With you in your underwear?”
“I can take it off if it bothers you.”
Anita Clenney, Guardians of Stone

Amanda Hocking
“The sound of wings flapping pulled me from my moment of relieved euphoria, and I looked up to see a massive black raven standing at the end of the alley. It was roughly the size of a bobcat, larger than any raven I’d ever seen before, and its beady eyes were locked right on me.
Even though the purple light from Sigrún had all but gone out, the light somehow seemed to linger on the bird’s black feathers. It titled its head as it watched me, squawking once.
“What do you want?” I demanded, but the raven had no reply. It just flapped its wings and disappeared into the night sky.”
Amanda Hocking, Between the Blade and the Heart

Amanda Hocking
“Don’t stay out too late. The real trouble always starts after midnight.”
Amanda Hocking, Between the Blade and the Heart

Amanda Hocking
“Nobody really has anybody,” I told her. “We all must die, and we all die alone.”
Amanda Hocking, Between the Blade and the Heart

Anita Clenney
“What about me? You read anything on me?”
“You’re angry, a rebel, and you like sex.”
Anita Clenney, Guardians of Stone

Anita Clenney
“You’re not much fun on a honeymoon.”
Anita Clenney, Guardians of Stone

Cassandra Clare
“How could three people who cared for one another so much cause one another so much pain?”
Cassandra Clare, Clockwork Princess

H.E.  Johnson
“Voting’s not too different from the average blind date. But the screwing is guaranteed.”
H.E. Johnson, Kitsch & Moonshine

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