Romantic Fantasy Quotes

Quotes tagged as "romantic-fantasy" (showing 1-30 of 48)
Anne Bishop
“She's magic, Cassandra. A single flower blooming in an endless desert.”
Anne Bishop, Daughter of the Blood

Olivia Stocum
“Tangled Moon ~ Sometimes you have to break the rules. Sometimes you have to let go of the past. And sometimes you have to accept the impossible.”
Olivia Stocum, Tangled Moon: The Tangled Moon Saga Book One

Kassandra Cross
“He had a hungry look in his eyes and it frightened her.”
Kassandra Cross, Carrie's First Time: Taboo Older Man Younger Woman First Time Erotic Romance

Anne Bishop
“Why?"
He stopped pacing and looked at her as if she'd just asked him to count every leaf on every tree in the Old Place. "Because... you're you.”
Anne Bishop

Kerrelyn Sparks
“There was always one. Every village seemed to have one young woman who believed her beauty could somehow magically protect her from a monster. Somehow, they would be special enough to tame the Beast.
They were always wrong.”
Kerrelyn Sparks, How to Tame a Beast in Seven Days

Laney Smith
“You know what?” he whispered, out of breath, “You’re about to be in a whole lot of trouble. We probably better go.”
Laney Smith, Lock Creek: One Year's Time

C.L. Wilson
“You think a courtship and a hunt are two separate things.” Ari grinned, showing gleaming white teeth with battle fangs fully extended. “They’re not.”
C.L. Wilson, The Sea King

Juliette Cross
“I was torn apart. But you, my knight, you found all the pieces and put me back together.”
Juliette Cross, The Deepest Well

Juliette Cross
“Humans were made for love and beauty; their vulnerability was what made them feel on the deepest level and what could also crush their will to live.”
Juliette Cross, The Deepest Well

Anne Bishop
“*I don't want the body,* she whimpered. *It hurts.*

*Not always, sweetheart. Not always. Without the body, how will you hear a bird's song? How will you feel a warm summer rain on your skin? How will you taste nutcakes? How will you walk on a beach at sunset and feel the sand and surf under your... hooves?*”
Anne Bishop, Daughter of the Blood

Anne Bishop
“It was Jaenelle's voice, but...

She was medium height, slender, and fair-skinned. Her gold mane--not quite hair and not quite fur--was brushed up and back from her exotic face and didn't hide the delicately pointed ears. In the center of her forehead was a tiny, spiral horn. A narrow strip of gold fur traced her spine, ending in a small gold and white fawn tail that flicked over her bare buttocks. The legs were human and shapely, but changed below the calf. Instead of feet, she had dainty horse's hooves. Her human hands had sheathed claws like a cat's. As she shifted position to slip another shard into place, he saw the small, round breasts, the feminine curve of waist and hips, the dark-gold triangle of hair between her legs.

Who...?

But he knew. Even before she walked over and looked at him, even before he saw the feral intelligence in those ancient, haunted sapphire eyes, he knew.

Terrifying and beautiful. Human and Other. Gentle and violent. Innocent and wise.

*I am Witch,* she said, a small, defiant quiver in her voice.

*I know.* His voice had a seductive throb in it, a hunger he couldn't control or mask.”
Anne Bishop

Büşra Toraman
“Gregg nefesini bırakarak güldüğünde, Aleka yeterince nefes alamıyormuş gibi titrek bir şekilde onun soluğunu içine çekti. Gregg, Aleka'nın tepkilerini izlemeye bayılıyordu. O kadar açık ve dürüsttü ki, tüm karakterine ters düşüyordu. Aynı zamanda böyle tepki verdiğinde ruhunu açığa çıkardığını hissediyordu. Sanki karanlık zindanın içindeki gizli bir kapı aralanıyor ve ışıkla dolu bir odanın küçük görüntüsünü sergiliyordu.
"Heyecanlanmak ne demek biliyorsun, değil mi Aleka?"
"Elbette," dedi Aleka başını sallayarak. "Ama şu anda ben... Daha farklı. Sanki içimde baskı var gibi. Bu histen hoşlanmadım. Gördün mü? Bende sorun yok."
"Geri dönmek için çok geç," dedi Gregg ve ona doğru eğildi.”
Büşra Toraman, Zincirlenmiş Kalpler

Kerrelyn Sparks
“He searched her eyes, and there it was. A sense of time slowing down. A world melting away with only two souls remaining. An eternity of longing. Bittersweet and desperate.
Couldn’t she feel it, too?”
Kerrelyn Sparks

Cate Rowan
“When I asked her about her marriage, she'd only say that sometimes people, even those who love each other, can hurt each other just by being themselves.”
Cate Rowan, The Source of Magic

Cate Rowan
“...the rich earth resembled crumbled flavors of chocolate.”
Cate Rowan, The Source of Magic

“Her people, the Half-Lights, were the by-blows of the full-blood Magicians and humans. As such, they were outcasts from both kingdoms. Their magic was too unpredictable for the magicians, and too magic - period - for the humans.”
Susan Scott, Dragons Will Fall

Cate Rowan
“Snow-crested peaks thrust up far ahead, blazing white and fierce in the late afternoon sun. He measured the sun's height. "There are cotters in the next valley who'll provide beds for the night and a tasty meal."
Jilian nodded. "Good, my butt will appreciate a rest. Dang, I wasn't going to admit that," she added sheepishly.
He shot her a sideways glance and found himself smiling again. This time it didn't feel as rusty.”
Cate Rowan, The Source of Magic

Cate Rowan
“It is said that years ago a skilled mage, perhaps the most gifted our world has known, chose the dark arts. His outlook became twisted, and the things and people touching his life became twisted as well. He knew that a mage and Source, linked by partnership, could wield much greater power than he could by himself. He also knew that if he linked with a Source, he might not be able to fully control that partnership. He thought it best, therefore, to eliminate any possible competition - by annihilating the Sources.”
Cate Rowan, The Source of Magic

Cate Rowan
“The real Alvarr sidled up next to her and breathed in her ear. "May I have this..."
"No." She stepped away. Could this get any more embarrassing?
"Alvarr..." Thoren began.
"I'm a wonderful dancer," Alvarr said with a grin, taking Jillian's hand. "Light as a feather."
"I'm more like cement," she muttered...”
Cate Rowan, The Source of Magic

Cate Rowan
“Come now, please continue. I'd like to kiss you before my feet disintegrate.”
Cate Rowan, The Source of Magic

Cate Rowan
“Looks were all well and good - but if a man didn't have courage, a kind heart, and integrity, he had nothing worthwhile. Alvarr had those in spades.”
Cate Rowan, The Source of Magic

Cate Rowan
“Evil sorcerers always looked evil - at least in the Disney versions.
This was not Disney.”
Cate Rowan, The Source of Magic

“Before she could touch him, he stepped back. "I've no need of a human."
"Half-Light," she corrected, still meeting his gaze in the surface. "I've no need of a dragon magician.”
Susan Scott, Dragons Will Fall

Cate Rowan
“As she removed the key, he stood close enough that she felt his breath on her ear. "Do you have something of value in there, or are you making certain I know you have a lock?”
Cate Rowan, The Source of Magic

“Sometime I want to talk, and you all are there but words are not.”
Vikram Singh Slathia

Cate Rowan
“This place...is it a different planet? Where are we, compared to my home?" Not that an explanation of astral geography would help much. She should have paid more attention in astronomy class.
"Yes, this is a separate world -- Alaia. Alaia and your world are... very close, in one sense."
"Meaning..."
He looked away as if organizing his thoughts. "One could say we share the same sun."
"That's impossible. We know all the planets around our sun. There's no other one that has life, or temperatures like Earth's. Besides, if our years match in length like Varene said, we'd be on the same orbit."
"In a sense, we are Earth."
"What?" She shook her head. "Start over, please."
"Perhaps you'd call it a different dimension, or an alternate plane. Our worlds share the sun but we don't exist at the same time. We are each other's shadow. While on your world, you can't see ours. And on ours, we can't see yours. Our Old Letters hint of your world, though cryptically.”
Cate Rowan, The Source of Magic

Cate Rowan
“I am Alvarr sen Danyd, and I call you in Teganne's name. I need you. Come!”
Cate Rowan, The Source of Magic

“The dragon marking rested, his fangs concealed and his eyes shut.
"Your dragon is pleased," she said.
"Indeed, he is.”
Susan Scott, Dragons Will Fall

“What pleasure is there in life without beauty?" Dulcie slid a silken blue fold down so her right hip bone showed, and nodded with approval.
"Beauty won't fill your belly or keep you warm."
Dulcie chuckled. "You might be surprised.”
Susan Scott, Dragons Will Fall

Cate Rowan
“I'm a jencel bird," Kalen told her.”
Cate Rowan, The Source of Magic

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