You know when you are reading and you hit a line that sums up the whole feeling of the book? Readers regularly post their favorite lines to Facebook, and there is usually a consensus at to which is quintessentially that book.
A Favorite Quote from What Happens in London
“I have a secret, Lady Olivia,” he whispered, leaning down just as far as he could without breaking the bounds of propriety. “I don’t like you either.”
A Favorite Quote from When He Was Wicked
“I thought it was a lady’s prerogative to change her mind,” he said.
“It’s a lady’s prerogative to do anything she wants,” Francesca said pertly.
A Favorite Quote from On the Way to the Wedding
“I can’t help it. I’m a romantic.” He shrugged. “It does get one in trouble from time to time…”
A Favorite Quote from Dancing At Midnight
“I’m not a hero,” he said darkly. “You’d do well to remember that.”
A Favorite Quote from A Night Like This
“Love is blind,” Harriet quipped.
“But not illiterate,” Elizabeth retorted.
A Favorite Quote from Just Like Heaven
The Smythe-Smith musicale. It finished off what the Crusades had begun.
A Favorite Quote from The Sum of All Kisses
In fanciful novels, the sort Sarah read by the dozen and refused to apologize for, foreshadowing was painted by the bucket, not the brushstroke.
A Favorite Quote from Ten Things I Love About You
“Don’t tell me your name. It’s likely to awaken my conscience, and that’s the last thing we want.”
A Favorite Quote from The Secrets of Sir Richard Kenworthy
“Die!” the unicorn shrieked. “Die! Die! Die!”
A Favorite Quote from The Secret Diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever
Today I fell in love.