Second Love Quotes

Quotes tagged as "second-love" (showing 1-6 of 6)
Miranda Neville
“You love Robert, not me. You don’t love Lord Stuffy, so I tried to be like Robert.”
The sweet idiot! She felt like weeping again. She began to protest, but he cut her off.
“I don’t drink and I don’t gamble and I don’t have a mistress. I’m dull. You told me so, the first time we met. So I tried to change.” He frowned. “Not the mistress. I’ll never do that.”
“Good,” she whispered.
“I’m trying to be like Robert, but I’m no good at it. I drank wine. And brandy, lots of it. I didn’t like it and it made me sick. I played hazard and I lost.” He looked momentarily cheerful and her heart sank. “But I didn’t like that either. If I was a real man like Mr. Fox, or Robert, I’d have lost thousands.”
The sadder he looked, the more her heart ached, a happy ache.
“I failed you, Caro. I’m sorry, but I’m afraid I’ll always be Lord Stuffy,” he said, and closed his tortured, bloodshot eyes.”
Miranda Neville, The Importance of Being Wicked

Lindsay Detwiler
“Charlotte didn’t care. She was floating away in a sea of happiness, wrapped up in the beauty of second love.”
Lindsay Detwiler, Then Comes Love

Pierce Brown
“Perhaps one day I'll have two hearts to give.”
Pierce Brown, Red Rising

“It came over me, then, that any woman who ever loves more than one man must carry forever with her, in her heart, a ghost. There is no new thing for her to learn. It has all been done before.”
Janice Holt Giles, The Believers

Lindsay Detwiler
“They were growing closer and closer every day, and Charlotte was finding something magical at Wildflower, something she never thought she would find again—love.”
Lindsay Detwiler, Then Comes Love

“I don't think love is once in a lifetime. I think love is always a possibility.”
Lindsay Detwiler, Then Comes Love