TTT | Book Quote Freebie: Romantic Quotes

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly topic hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week she provide a topic and you are free to use that topic and/or variations of that topic to make your top ten list. A full list of the weekly themes can be found here.

Today’s topic is book quote freebie, and I’m feeling in a romantic mood. It might be because it’s a gray, foggy day and not over 100 degrees, so here are some cute, witty, romantic quotes. There might be a Pride and Prejudice quote in here somewhere….but who knows?!


“The phrase ‘see attached bibliography’ is the single sexiest thing you have ever written to me.”

Red, White, and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston


“I want to be a body for you. I want to chase you, find you, I want to be eluded and teased and adored; I want to be defeated and victorious—I want you to cut me, sharpen me. I want to drink tea beside you in ten years or a thousand. Flowers grow far away on a planet they’ll call Cephalus, and these flowers bloom once a century, when the living star and its black-hole binary enter conjunction.I want to fix you a bouquet of them, gathered across eight hundred thousand years, so you can draw our whole engagement in a single breath, all the ages we’ve shaped together.”

This is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone


“Joy, when you walk into a room, it’s like I forget how to think. I can’t look at anything or anyone else. You’re so warm and so funny and so beautiful.”

The Romantic Agenda by Claire Kann


“The world is not a safe place for us. There are cartographers who came and made a map of the world as they saw it. They did not leave a place for us to write our names on that map. But here we are, we’re in it, this world that does not want us, a world that will never love us, a world that would choose to destroy us rather than make a space for us even though there is more than enough room.”

Aristotle and Dante Dive into the Waters of the World by Benjamin Alire Sáenz


“Because perhaps if she understood astrology, she’d understand Elle, and if she understood Elle perhaps, she’d be able to untangle what it was about her that she couldn’t shake.”

Written in the Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur


“I think … it’s like one of Theodore’s buttons. If you asked him why he cared about them so, he would tell you it’s because they exist at all.”

The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune


Kyoshi leaned in and kissed [Rangi]. A warm glow mapped Kyoshi’s veins. Eternity distilled in a single brush of skin. She thought she would never be more alive than now. And then— The shock of hands pushing her away. Kyoshi snapped out of her trance, aghast. Rangi had flinched at the contact. Repelled her. Viscerally, reflexively. Oh no. Oh no. This couldn’t—not after everything they’d been through—this couldn’t be how it— Kyoshi shut her eyes until they hurt. She wanted to shrink until she vanished within the cracks of the earth. She wanted to become dust and blow away in the wind. But the sound of laughter pulled her back. Rangi was coughing, drowning herself with her own tears and mirth. She caught her breath and retook Kyoshi by the hips, turning to the side, offering up the smooth, unblemished skin of her throat.

“That side of my face is busted up, stupid,” she whispered in the darkness. “Kiss me where I’m not hurt.”

The Rise of Kyoshi by F.C. Yee


“I’m frightened of this feeling that consumes me and promises to rip free of my body and set the entire palace ablaze. Of the way I want to taste every part of her. Devour her whole.”

Malice by Heather Walter


“As soon as I could leave off stroking his skin, I touched the mark at my own neck and blessed it; for we are doers of deeds, he and I, and as such lose parts of our flesh along the way, and can only pray to meet friends and lovers who can help to stitch us back again, and that we can make them whole in turn.”

Jane Steele by Lyndsay Faye


“I cannot fix on the hour, or the spot, or the look or the words, which laid the foundation. It is too long ago. I was in the middle before I knew that I had begun.”

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen


Happy Reading Darlings!

3 thoughts on “TTT | Book Quote Freebie: Romantic Quotes

    • It was good, but it’s also a book that I’ll need to re-read. I’m still not entirely sure I understood it.

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