Scifi Romance Quotes

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Jay Kristoff
“Who am I to deny gravity, Aurora? When you shine brighter than any constellation in the sky?”
Jay Kristoff, Aurora Rising

She paused and saw him tense in expectation. He wouldn’t like to hear this, but
“She paused and saw him tense in expectation. He wouldn’t like to hear this, but better from her than one of the others. “You aren’t the only pilot I have in my service. And you aren’t the only person with a dark past, though the illegal things that you did, you were forced to do by the Core. But I will tell you what I’ve told the others. This is your last chance. You screw up with me and you get shipped up river. I don’t offer second chances—I offer last chances.”

Nope, he didn’t like it. She saw the hand not holding the bottle of beer curl into a fist.

Sin and Del, from Sunscapes Trilogy, Book 1: Last Chance”
Michelle O'Leary, Last Chance

Gayla Drummond
“We’re hardly idiots, Linzi. I think we can manage without an instruction manual." - Trissk from Hunter's Edge (After the Fall series)”
G. L. Drummond

Catherine Stine
“The sun, through the filter of the trees, glints green off the cells of her suit, outlines her soft curves. I’m overcome with visions of my father poring over his books, and the wet, verdant forest floor, and newts pausing over toxic yellow candy, and leaves flying up from the impact of Bryan’s body hitting the ground. Another, confused part of me hears my father’s voice calling the refs scum, trash, slime. With flashes of fury at Marisa, mixed with a sad, all-consuming longing that feels dangerously like love, I pluck her hands from my face and push her away. -from Fireseed One”
Catherine Stine

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

Siobhan Davis
“We have lived with the shadow of separation our entire lives. Before we even knew of each other’s existence, fate conspired to keep us apart. We’ve always known it could come to this.”
Siobhan Davis, Saven Deliverance

Siobhan Davis
“I don’t want this. I’ve never wanted this. What is the point in dredging up a past that no longer serves any purpose? A past that’s no longer connected to the present or the future. A past that is bittersweet because the love we shared was doomed from the outset—a stolen love that was never meant to be.
Why would I want to relive that?”
Siobhan Davis, Saven Deliverance

Siobhan Davis
“If there’s one thing I’ve learned, buddy, it’s that love is messy and complicated. If it’s too easy, then it isn’t the real deal. It can’t be, because passion doesn’t follow the path of least resistance. It’s this fiery, out-of-control entity that sucks you in and spits you out more hurt and more alive than ever before.”
Siobhan Davis, Saven Deliverance

Siobhan Davis
“If the only way I can save him is to hurt him, then I’ll do it.”
Siobhan Davis, Saven Deliverance

Siobhan Davis
“There have been plenty of occasions in my life when I’ve felt small and insignificant, when I’ve wished to be something I’m not, but when Logan holds me like this, kisses me like this—like the universe starts and ends with me—I don’t want to be anyone but myself.”
Siobhan Davis, Saven Deliverance

Siobhan Davis
“You aren’t merely the greatest love of my life—you’re the only love of my life. You are my beating heart, my conscious mind, the essence of my soul, the blood that flows through my veins, the tenacity that drives me to lead our nation into the future. Without you, none of that exists. I can’t exist. I can’t go on without you.”
Siobhan Davis, Saven Deliverance

Ava Lee Mosley
“She felt emboldened by the fire in his eyes and at the feeling of his fingers digging into her, bypassing textile to find flesh and claim it.”
Ava Lee Mosley, The Human Trials: A Scifi Alien Experiment Romance

Merche Diolch
“―Yo también pensaba lo mismo. Lo que nos habían
enseñado, lo que habíamos visto, leído, catado desde
niños. ―Señaló el paisaje―. Todo cambió cuando llegué
aquí, a Nueva Esparta, y conocí a Séneca.”
Merche Diolch, Encrucijada

“I know you’re scared. I’m scared too, all of the time. But I have been running for the last six years and I can’t run anymore. Our world is falling apart. We aren’t living, not really. We are just… surviving.”
Jennifer Wilson, Rising

Siobhan Davis
“Does one mistake, no matter how horrific it is, override years of love and support? Replace the myriad of ways he protected me and eliminate how far he was prepared to go to keep me safe? When I told him I loved him in that previous lifetime, was it so flimsy that I’d turn my back on him when he needs me the most? I don’t need anyone else to answer those questions for me.
I know it doesn’t.
I may not love him in the same way, but I will not abandon him.
I will not give up on him.”
Siobhan Davis, Saven Deliverance

Terry Tumbler
“Three more awards received in 2017
Gold for Seb Cage Begins His Adventures
Gold for The Time Slipsters
Silver for The Deaduction Agency”
Terry Tumbler

Starlight Tucker
“When we were young, we thought life would either last forever, or that we were going to die at any second. Everything changed, and I didn't know where to go from there.”
Starlight Tucker, The Trouble With Dreamers

“No matter how advanced the technology, sometimes things just needed a good knock.”
Z Rockward

Z. Rockward
“No matter how advanced the technology, sometimes things just needed a good knock.”
Z. Rockward, The Empyrean Gate

Z. Rockward
“Though the turn of the twenty-first century was derided for its proliferation of disposable waste, Yona loved how the era had been so tactile. Lots of things meant lots of textures, colors, angles, and curves. The modern world was so efficient, so streamlined, so clean—junk was junk, but it was also a veritable buffet for the senses.”
Z. Rockward, The Empyrean Gate

Z. Rockward
“He slid her a skeptical look. “What is that?”
She almost laughed at the suspicion in his face. “Food. Real food. Didn’t you eat?”
He frowned. “Not any of that.”
“You’re missing out. You can’t get anything like this out of a replicator.”
“You can get anything out of a replicator.”
She grinned and held up the burger. “Not like this. Not anything this juicy.”
Z. Rockward, The Empyrean Gate

Z. Rockward
“Pirates always chose the most inconvenient moments to come blazing—in the middle of a meal, while she bathed, minutes before the dramatic climax of her favorite show—but this was the first time her unwanted visitors had had orgasmic timing.”
Z. Rockward, The Empyrean Gate

Z. Rockward
“Second rule of the plastic pit,” she said, guessing his thoughts. “Always park out of its reach.”
Liam retracted his helmet. He brushed away the bits of plastic stuck to his person. She was untouched.
“What’s the first rule?” he asked.
“Never enter the plastic pit.”
Z. Rockward, The Empyrean Gate

Siobhan Davis
“Dane growls, shoving him in the shoulders. Jack’s a big guy, but he’s no match for Dane’s alien-DNA-super-charged brute strength, and he stumbles, falling back against the side of his truck. “Keep your fucking eyes on me. Don’t look at her. Like, ever.”
Siobhan Davis, The Secret Heir

Siobhan Davis
“I beg to disagree.” I level a grave look at him. “Dane is my protector, joined to my lifeforce, bonded with me for eternity, and that means he’s my family, my everything. I protect my family, and I won’t stand by and have anyone treat any of my boys so horribly. Dane is the consummate professional, and he takes his role very seriously. If he messed up, it wasn’t on purpose, and he deserves more respect than you’re showing him right now.”
Siobhan Davis, The Secret Heir

Michelle O'Leary
“Mouth curving in a slow smile, he crouched and studied her appearance. “Hmm, you look too neat and composed. Boris won’t buy it.”

She lifted her chin. “What am I supposed to look like?”

“Like I’ve had my hands all over you,” he purred with a wicked grin. “I have a reputation to maintain, Lady Griffin.”

She raised an eyebrow. “Are you trying to say you’re actually proud of this reputation?”

“Let’s just say it’s well-deserved.”
Michelle O'Leary, Dawn of the Red Sun

G.S. Jennsen
“Her teeth clattered together like banging cymbals. Her fingernails glowed white, and her heart stuttered over two beats. “Input. It. Now.”


Let go, Nika. All you have to do is let go. She focused on her fingers, which seemed to be glued to the conduit, and directed every conscious process to willing them apart millimeter by—

—she flew backward across the room and slammed into what remained of a wall.”
G.S. Jennsen, Of A Darker Void

Tomi Farrell
“Within that very moment, the moment we were in lasted for eternity.”
Tomi Farrell, Assigned

G.S. Jennsen
“Dashiel’s jacket slid off his shoulders to land on the floor as he headed straight to the kitchen, fumbled in the cabinet for a glass and poured sake into it until the liquid spilt over the brim onto the counter.

His hand shook as he picked up the glass, spilling more of the sake to trickle between his knuckles as he brought it to his lips.
A single droplet sloshed onto his tongue. The sweet nectar of oblivion. The harbinger of a fog rolling in to sweep away the pain in favor of blissful stupor—

—he hurled the glass across the room. It shattered on impact with the far sturdier window glass, and a hundred tiny shards joined the sake in decorating the floor.”
G.S. Jennsen, The Stars Like Gods

Deysi O'Donal
“There is no way that I am seeing what I’m seeing right now. Because aliens and UFOs are supposed to be firmly secured within the confines of science fiction, hypothetical jargon, and the ravings of crazy people.
That’s when a bright, beam of light hits me and everything goes dark.

From Anna's Bounty (An Earth's Bounty novel)
Deysi O'Donal

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