Science Fiction Romance Quotes

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Beth Revis
“(D)reams are like that: they go in and out of memories and scenes, but they're never real. They're never real, and I hate them because they aren't.”
Beth Revis, Across the Universe

Amie Kaufman
“All he cares about here on the edge of forever, is her. He does not want to die. Not because he is afraid. Simply because he cannot bear the thought of leaving her behind.”
Amie Kaufman, Illuminae

Evangeline Anderson
“Just tell him to keep his hands to himself and his python in his pants.”
Evangeline Anderson, Claimed

Linnea Sinclair
“…and suddenly I love you beyond all measure is not just words but a heart, a soul bursting open, a stripping raw of all pretense. It is Sully, it is Gabriel, it is his tears on my face, his body in mine, our minds seamless. It is hopes and dreams and failures. It is apologies and a prayer for redemption. It is heaven and damnation.
All that I am is yours pales beside it.
It is everything.
It is love.”
Linnea Sinclair, Shades of Dark

Rachel Bach
“Nothing pisses me off like having my sacrifices undermined.”
Rachel Bach, Honor's Knight

Rowena Cherry
“As a rule of thumb, it was always safer if the Commander-in-Chief formulated a risky plan.”
Rowena Cherry, Forced Mate

Linnea Sinclair
“Something cascaded lightly through me—a gentling, a suffused glow. If love could be morphed into a physical element, this would be it. It was strength and yet it was vulnerability. It was all-encompassing and yet it was freedom. It was a wall of protection. It was wings of trust and faith.

It was Gabriel Ross Sullivan, answering the questions I couldn’t ask. Not that everything would be okay, but that everything in his power would be done, and we’d face whatever outcomes there were together.”
Linnea Sinclair, Shades of Dark

Elizabeth Norris
“Those deep set eyes that look like they could tell stories for days, and that wavy brown hair that feels soft between my fingers. I try to memorize the angles of his jaw and the lines of his lips, because I know.

I know this may be the last time I ever see him.

Breathe fills my lungs, my throat relaxes, and I can't help but smile. Because I can see what he's thinking as clearly as if he'd spoken.

He doesn't want to leave - he doesn't want to go home.

He's going to choose me instead.”
Elizabeth Norris, Unraveling

Belinda McBride
“That's new.” His gaze was hot and fierce.
“My cock? I'm fairly certain it's always been there.”
His grin flashed briefly. “No Lio, you've been cut. Circumcised.”
“Oh.” I stared at the smooth column of my shaft. “That must have hurt.”
Belinda McBride, An Uncommon Whore

Elizabeth Norris
“And the way it felt?" I whisper, as if that might soften the blow of embarrassment I'm about to deal. "Is that how you were feeling - how you feel - about me?"

A breeze comes off the ocean, and my skin feels strangely empty and open as he gives an almost imperceptible nod.”
Elizabeth Norris , Unraveling

“Greater men have forfeited their lives pursuing that which is forbidden."
Aaron-Michael Hall, Rites of Heirdron”
Aaron-Michael Hall, Rites of Heirdron: Science Fantasy Romance

Chayada Welljaipet
“Thank you father, thank you. I know you watched me from above and protected me. I promise I shall serve the Magnarian Confederation with all my body and soul. I shall dedicate myself fully to our confederation, the family that you so loved. And I love it too. I shall protect, love and respect it always. This is my promise and commitment. Thank you”
Chayada Welljaipet, War Between Two Powerful Nations

“Knowing all the languages in the world could help you to really understand all the jokes you can hear... from my future Kids' Funny Business.”
Ivan Stoikov - Allan Bard

Amanda Bouchet
“Sometimes, I think about it – us, together – and everything gets so tight and hot and wound up inside me that I can’t breathe anymore.”
Amanda Bouchet, Starbreaker

Meg Xuemei X.
“None of us could choose our birth, but we could still chose our family, and only those who love you are your true family.”
Meg X, The Fourth Eye

Belinda McBride
“I told you I have both male and female organs."

"You didn't say they were all fully functional!" Belle stared at the rapidly disappearing bulge.

"Damn girl, how'd you get so lucky? Shit!”
Belinda McBride, Belle Starr

Adam Frank
“Making progress in science often hinges on asking the right kind of question.

Without a well-posed question, discussions become little more than people talking (or yelling) past each other.

And without a well-posed question, there’s no clear path toward gathering data that will yield answers.

Finding a good question is like throwing open the shades in a dark room.

It’s the first step in finding a new way to tell is important. It tells us where we should be looking, where we should be going, and how to begin organizing our efforts to get there.”
Adam Frank, Light of the Stars: Alien Worlds and the Fate of the Earth

“La società di adesso non permette l'interpretazione della Verità ma fornisce la Verità”
antonio lo presti

Amanda Bouchet
“I don’t have a bathing suit,” I hedged.
“Jungle swimming is always naked.”
Amanda Bouchet, Starbreaker

Relax,” the woman said. “It’s just me.” “Just you?” Hale asked with heavy irony, remembering
“Relax,” the woman said. “It’s just me.”

“Just you?” Hale asked with heavy irony, remembering the black leather and predator’s eyes with a stab of heat. Dangerous beauty had always been his downfall.

“I’m watching your back.”

“Sure you are,” he snorted. Beauty or not, he wasn’t stupid enough to trust. Screw, sure. Trust, no way.”
Michelle O'Leary, The Third Sign

D.E. Knightley
“As far as Kendra was concerned, if you didn’t seek to control your fate, you deserved the one you got.”
D.E. Knightley, Strategic Entanglements

G.S. Jennsen
“Alex dragged her gaze away from the visuals to regard Nika curiously. “Each one of these points of view—they’re all you?”

“Yes. And each one is mentally connected to the others, and to this instance. To me.”

Her eyes drifted back to the frames. “How many were there?”

“To start? Eight thousand.”

Alex blinked. “Eight THOUSAND? Can all Asterions do this? Can you teach—”

Caleb reached over and touched Alex’s arm. “No, baby. You’re not splitting yourself into eight thousand shards. The universe is barely surviving one of you.”
G.S. Jennsen, Continuum

Daniel Scott Westby
“I didn’t come here because of some virus,” Shay said, his words coming carefully and deliberately after breathing deeply. He breathed to force down the solid cramp in his chest and because he feared, that if he did not, he may forget to, and giving into unconsciousness or death was too easy, too tempting an escape.”
Daniel Scott Westby, Goblin Winter: of Puppet Kings and Telling Sins

Susan      Frances
“You can bend time? What does that even mean? Sandy screamed at his father.
I'll show you now, replied his father, taking hold of the gold medallion that hung around his neck. Then he was gone.”
Susan Frances, Pink Reign

“As a woman writing SF, I felt I had to think and write like a man in order to be taken seriously.”
Heidi Ruby Miller, Many Genres, One Craft: Lessons in Writing Popular Fiction

Rebecca Airies
“We’re not talking temporary, Charleigh. You’re mine, from now until eternity.”
Rebecca Airies, Jericho's Claim

Salman Ahmed Shaikh
“Consider a person who is asked to review a novel authored by some other person. The reviewer knows that he himself has not authored the novel. He reads most of the pages of the novel meticulously. He goes through the dialogues of characters carefully. Now, the reviewer can summarize most scenes of the plot in a generic way. In the story line, the author does not come explicitly as a character. In describing different scenes, the reviewer refers to characters in the novel. Each character gives way to the next character through a physical process that is explained in the novel. What if the reviewer describes characters and the scenic details, but eventually ignores the author and claims the piece of writing as author-less because the author is not an explicit character in the novel and each character emanates from another character through a physical process described in the novel. What if he says that the novel has characters and their emotions, physical attributes and personality can be understood from the words in the novel and hence there is no need of attributing the novel to an author? What if this claim is made after finding few more intermediate pages of the novel and some more characters? If we would be puzzled to see this conclusion about a novel, imagine if this conclusion of ‘no author’ is reached about real characters in real existing life which runs into billions of species in a gigantic scenic environment which has immaculate details and complexity. One can describe how the author brought it about without reference to author, but it cannot negate the existence of the author altogether.”
Salman Ahmed Shaikh, Reflections on the Origins in the Post COVID-19 World

Jeff   Walker
“How long can a war go on? It seems like this war has been going on forever without end.”
Jeff Walker, The Long Lost War

Sōji Shimada
“There was an unpleasant metallic noise, a ringing coming from somewhere. He saw everything in a flash. The cliff behind him was in fact made of grey metal. Xie’s latent memory had allowed him to see this as real nature. But the truth was much different. Metal the dull color of lead, iron reddened with rust, all piled together…”
Sōji Shimada, One Love Chigusa

Joanne Ganci
“THEN WHY DO THEY MAKE THEM? Why make a button that accessible and enticing if you are not supposed to touch it, huh? That should be common sense.”
Joanne Ganci, Vortex

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