You realize how beautiful life is only when you fall in love with somebody! All moments of your life with this person seem to be a dream, and everything you do is somehow connected with your feeling and thoughts…
But being in the relationship with someone can be a little bit difficult. You have to spend all your free time with him or her, devote your attention to this person and constantly bring something new to this relationship…
What do you need to have an ideal relationship? Of course, it`s love, attention, and care. Agree? Your partner also needs them.
Because they all are important elements for all types of relationship. But don’t worry! Romantic Love Quotes will not fail you! Moreover, you`ll probably know something new for you about love and relationship!
I mustered my primmest tone. “He has a name, you know.”
Adrian pulled back and gave me a curious look. “I didn’t know, actually. What’d you decide on?”
“Hopper.” When Adrian laughed, I added, “Best rabbit ever. He’d be proud to know his name is being passed on.”
“Yes, I’m sure he would. Did you name the Mustang too?”
“I think you mean the Ivashkinator.”
He stared at me in wonder. “I told you I loved you, right?
“Yes,” I assured him. “Many times.”
— Richelle Mead
“in a world
— Sanober Khan
“There’s plenty more fish in the sea than Prince Jonathan,” he told her softly. “And this particular fish loves you with all his crooked heart.”
-George to Alanna”
— Tamora Pierce
“It’s all very romantic,” Gabriel said, and then frowned. “Or it would be, if my brother could get a word out without sounding like a choking frog. I fear he will not go down in history as one of the world’s greatest wooers of women.”
— Cassandra Clare
“I am with you. I’m not going anywhere.”
“Is there anything special you want to see? Paris? Budapest? The Leaning Tower of Pisa?”
Only if it falls on Sebastian’s head, she thought. “Can we travel to Idris? I mean, I guess, can the apartment travel there?”
“It can’t get past the wards.” His hand traced a path down her cheek. “You know,I really missed you.”
“You mean you haven’t been going on romantic dates with Sebastian while you’ve been away from me?”
“I tried”, Jace said, “but no matter how liquored up you get him , he just won’t put out.”
— Cassandra Clare
“I regret…” Tobias tilts his head, and sighs. “I regret my choice.”
“Dauntless,” he says. “I was born Abnegation. I was planning on leaving Dauntless, and becoming factionless. But I met her, and… I felt like maybe I could make something more of my decision.”
— Veronica Roth
“If personality is an unbroken series of successful gestures, then there was something gorgeous about him, some heightened sensitivity to the promises of life, as if he were related to one of those intricate machines that register earthquakes ten thousand miles away. This responsiveness had nothing to do with that flabby impressionability which is dignified under the name of the “creative temperament”–it was an extraordinary gift for hope, a romantic readiness such as I have never found in any other person and which it is not likely I shall ever find again. No–Gatsby turned out all right at the end; it is what preyed on Gatsby, what foul dust floated in the wake of his dreams that temporarily closed out my interest in the abortive sorrows and short-winded elations of men.”
— F. Scott Fitzgerald
“Don’t be afraid,” I said, “We belong together.”
I was immediatly overcome by the truth of my own words.”
— Stephenie Meyer
“He was beside me then, his arms wrapped around me, holding me tightly.
“I’m not crazy,” I whispered.
Believe it or not, that’s the most romantic thing Zachary Goode ever told me.
And I kind of loved him for it.”
— Ally Carter
“I think it’s romantic,” she said mostly to Edward. “Cursed to live their lives in the shadows, to be together only under the cover of darkness… hiding their love from the sunlight.”
“They’re gay, honey,” said Emma, “not vampires.”
— Z.A. Maxfield
“It’s a commonly expressed and rather nice, romantic notion that we are all “sisters” and “brothers.”
Let’s be real. Fact is, we might be better served to accept that we are all siblings.
Siblings fight, pull each other’s hair, steal stuff, and accuse each other indiscriminately.
But siblings also know the undeniable fact that they are the same blood, share the same origins, and are family.
Even when they hate each other.
And that tends to put all things in perspective.”
— Vera Nazarian
“I’m sorry you don’t want to know me anymore. I will spend the rest of my life regretting the fact that I wasted my second chance to know you. And I will always be conscious of your absence.”- Gabriel to Julia.”
— Sylvain Reynard
“Yes…and I’m worried that if you get into the habit of making out with your instructors, you’ll wind up making out with him too.”
“Don’t be sexist. They could find me a female instructor.”
“In that case, you have my permission to make out with her as long as I can watch.”
— Cassandra Clare
“I am here to determine my relationship.”
Simon goggled. She couldn’t be talking about him. Could she?
“Do you see that man?” Isabelle asked, pointing at Simon. Apparently she was talking about him. “That’s Simon Lewis, and he is my boyfriend. So if any of you think about trying to hurt him because he’s a mundie or–may the Angel have mercy on your soul–pursuing him romantically, I will come after you, I will hunt you down and I will crush you to powder.”
— Cassandra Clare
“He ran his thumb over my lower lip, sending a flurry of sparks through me. “Good-bye, Sophie.” -Cal”
— Rachel Hawkins
“So your perfect proposal, what would it be?” Ben asks. “Seriously?”… “I don’t know. It would just be the two of us, and I guess I’d want him to say something honest, not overly romantic, not something that would make a great story to tell his friends. I’d just want him to lean over…” As I say it, I lean slightly toward Ben, close enough that I can feel the warmth of his body radiating into the empty space between us, and drop the volume of my voice. “… and say ‘Janelle Tenner, fucking marry me.”
— Elizabeth Norris
“For those who feel their lives are a grave disappointment to God, it requires enormous trust and reckless, raging confidence to accept that the love of Jesus Christ knows no shadow of alteration or change. When Jesus said, “Come to me, all you who labor and are heavy burdened,” He assumed we would grow weary, discouraged, and disheartened along the way. These words are a touching testimony to the genuine humanness of Jesus. He had no romantic notion of the cost of discipleship. He knew that following Him was as unsentimental as duty, as demanding as love.”
— Brennan Manning
“They sat on the outcropping of stone and at bread and fruit. Kasta watched the long grass moving around them. The wind pushed it, attacked it, struck it in one place than another. It rose and fell again. It flowed, like water.
“Is this what the sea is like?” Kasta asked, and they both turned to her, surprised. “Does the sea move the way this grass moves?”
“It’s like the sea,” she said.
Giddon’s eyes on her were incredulous.
“What? Is it such a strange thing to say?”
“It’s a strange thing for you to say.” He shook his head. He gathered their bread and fruit, then rose. “The Lienid fighter is filling your mind with romantic notions.”
— Kristin Cashore
“And what about us? Do you want a vampire boyfriend?” He laughed bitterly. “Because I forsee many romantic picnics in our future. You, drinking a virgin piña colada. Me, drinking the blood of a virgin.”
— Cassandra Clare
“How do you… we… you know, faeries pollinate?”
“The male produces pollen on his hands and when two faeries decide to pollinate, the male reaches into the female’s blossom and lets the pollen mix. It’s a somewhat delicate process.”
“Doesn’t sound very romantic.”
“There’s nothing romantic about it at all.” Tamani replied, a confident smile spreading across his face. “That’s what sex is for.”
“You still…?” She let the question hang.
“But faeries don’t get pregnant?”
“Never.” Tamani winked. “Pollination is for reproduction- sex is just for fun.”
– Laurel and Tamani”
— Aprilynne Pike
“I didn’t just love him…I needed him. Not in some desperate “you complete me” sort of way. No, Vincent didn’t make me whole. He improved me. Something about him—something I didn’t understand—had a way of amplifying the good in my nature while muting the bad. He was a catalyst for my soul. I didn’t need him in order to exist…I needed him in order to be a better me.”
— Angela N. Blount
“It was you,” I say softly. “It’s always you I think about.”
The intensity in his gaze took my breath away. I could feel him. Every part of him. His soul was sewn to mine. His heated blood flowed through my veins. I’d thought that I had been close to my mother, and I was, but not like this. Chase and I barely touched- our hands, mouths, knees- but there was no part of me that was not his.”
— Kristen Simmons
“Sydney: “You can be Jet if you want, but we are not posing as a couple again”
Adrian: “Are you sure? Because I’ve got a lot more terms of endearment to use. Honey pie. Sugarplum. Bread pudding.”
Sydney: “Why are they all high-calorie foods? And bread pudding isn’t really that romantic.”
Adrian: “Do you want me to call you celery stick instead? It just doesn’t inspire the same warm and fuzzy feelings.” – The Indigo Spell”
— Richelle Mead
“He pulled away abruptly – self-preservation required it – and pressed his brow to hers, breathing deep. “You remember one thing. You decide you want to get married, it’s going to be me.”
Briony watched him stalk outside, slamming the kitchen door behind him. Both eyebrows raised, she turned to Ken.
Close your mouth, honey. That’s just Jack trying to be romantic and failing miserably. Don’t let him get away with that shit either. If he’s going to ask you, make him do it all they way. You know – down on one knee, looking stupid.”
Briony nearly choked. “That’s just mean, Ken.”
He leaned close to her. “If you do it, Briony, tell me first so I can videotape it. I could blackmail him for the rest of his life.”
— Christine Feehan
“I’ve always started every day by going to the window for a glimpse of the sky. But now I won’t have to.”
“Why not?” She asked softly.
“Because I’ll see the blue of your eyes instead.”
“How romantic you are,” she murmured with a grin, kissing him gently. “But don’t worry. I won’t tell anyone.”
— Lisa Kleypas
“The sea loved the moon
When she was supposed to love the shore.
The moon knew
And hence made his intentions known.
That she should love the shore
Who was destined for her.
Yet his protests seemed weak.
And even when he pushed her towards the shore-
She always retreated back.
To want, to need, to love the moon
For all she’s worth.
Everyone said, it wasn’t meant to happen.
Yet, the Tsunami rose that night for their union.”
“Love hasn’t got anything to do with the heart, the heart’s a disgusting organ, a sort of pump full of blood. Love is primarily concerned with the lungs. People shouldn’t say “she’s broken my heart” but “she’s stifled my lungs.” Lungs are the most romantic organs: lovers and artists always contract tuberculosis. It’s not a coincidence that Chekhov, Kafka, D.H. Lawrence, Chopin, George Orwell and St Thérèse of Lisieux all died of it; as for Camus, Moravia, Boudard and Katherine Mansfield, would they have written the same books if it werent for TB?”
— Frédéric Beigbeder
“You aren’t a bit romantic, are you?” he asked, amused.
She sat back and stared at him. She was beginning to think that Neal required a keeper. He seemed to have the craziest ideas. “Romance? Isn’t that love stuff?” She asked finally.
“It’s more than just love. It’s color, and-and fire. You don’t want things magnificent and filled with-with grandeur,” he said, trying to make her understand. “You know, drama. Importance. Transcendent Passion.”
“I just want to be a knight,” Kel retorted, putting her used tableware on her tray. “Eat your vegetables. They’re good for you.”
— Tamora Pierce
“Are you seeing anyone romantically?” he inquired.
“No, I’m not,” she replied.
“Good. Please keep it that way. Because I intend to ask you to marry me.”
— Mitch Albom
“I watched the edges of the leaves slowly unfold, fluttering in the breeze. “How long did you wait?” It would’ve been unbearably romantic if he’d had he courage to look into my face and say it, but instead, he dropped his eyes to the ground and scuffed his boot in the leaves- countless possibilities for happy days- on the ground. “I haven’t stopped.”
— Maggie Stiefvater
“If only Sam could have stayed just like the Dog, she thought. A comforting friend without the complication of romantic interest. There had to be something she could do to completely discourage him, short of throwing up, or making herself totally unattractive.
“I’m thirty-five,” she said at last.”
— Garth Nix
“Don’t do that again! Not ever again!” I told him.
“I should say the same to you,” he said. I could feel his breath, warm on my neck.
“Promise me!” I demanded.
“I… I promise.”
“I can’t lose you.”
— Kristen Simmons
“Some mothers in today’s world feel “cumbered” by home duties and are thus attracted by other more “romantic” challenges. Such women could make the same error of perspective that Martha made. The woman, for instance, who deserts the cradle in order to help defend civilization against the barbarians may well later meet, among the barbarians, her own neglected child.”
— Neal A. Maxwell
“Sorry,” he said. “Let me drop the belt-”
“No.” She held on when he would have pulled away. “Don’t. I like it.”
Again, he lifted her face, and he smiled. “The tool belt turns you on.”
“No.” She closed her eyes and thunked her forehead to his chest. “Little bit.”
— Jill Shalvis
“Some people come in your life and make you believe that your life is incomplete without them. Then they leave, creating a void in your heart that may fill back with time but will never be complete.”
— Anmol Rawat
“Piper went a little crazy. She cried out with relief and dove straight into the water.
What was she thinking? She didn’t take a rope or a life vest or anything. But at the moment, she was just so happy that she paddled over to Leo and kissed him on the cheek, which kind of surprised him.
“Miss me?” Leo laughed.
Piper was suddenly furious. “Where were you? How are you guys alive?”
“Long story,” he said. A picnic basket bobbed to the surface next to him. “Want a brownie?”
— Rick Riordan
“Though no one notices at the time, in-loveness obliterates the humanity of the beloved. One does a curious kind of insult to another by falling in love with him, for we are really looking at our own projection of God, not at the other person. If two people are in love, they tread on star dust for a time and live happily ever after—that is so long as this experience of divinity has obliterated time for them. Only when they come down to earth do they have to look at each other realistically and only then does the possibility of mature love exist. If one person is in love and the other not, the cooler one is likely to say, “We would have something better between us if you would look at me rather than at your image of me.”
— Robert A. Johnson
“The fear, momentarily paused, returned with full force, and in this frantic, baffled state I ran to him, and leapt into his arms.
He seemed surprised at first but soon was squeezing back.
“It’s all right,” he soothed. “No one’s hurt. You’re okay.”
His words sliced through me, and for the first time since he’d taken me from school, I knew the truth about us: I could not be okay if he was not okay. Pain, nightmares, fighting- all of it aside- he was a part of me.”
— Kristen Simmons
“Cameron, my heart is quite literally in this,” he hisses through gritted teeth.
Swooning words. A romantic declaration. I can barely stop my eyes from rolling.
“Save it for when we get her back,” I grumble.”
— Victoria Aveyard
“Jean grinned down at her, and she handed him something in a small silk bag.
‘Lock of my hair, ‘ she said. ‘Meant to give it to you days ago, but we got busy with all the raiding. You know. Piracy. Hectic life. ‘
‘Thank you, love, ‘ he said.
‘Now, if you find yourself in trouble wherever you go, you can hold up that little bag to whoever’s bothering you, and you can say, “You have no idea who you’re fucking with. I’m under the protection of the lady who gave me this object of her favour. “‘
‘And that’s supposed to make them stop?’
‘Shit no, that’s just to confuse them. Then you kill them while they’re standing there looking at you funny.”
— Scott Lynch
“And you don’t ever have to worry about what I feel. The way I feel about you won’t change. You can do whatever you like to me. You could turn this town to dust, burn the woods until they were cinders, you could cut out my heart. It wouldn’t matter. It would not change a thing.”
“What if I ate a baby?”
Jared’s mouth curved up at the corners, slow and not cruel at all. “I’m sure you’d have a good reason,” he said.”
— Sarah Rees Brennan
“I miss her | & not the type of missing when you’re alone, not the type when you’re broken down half drunk, not even the type when you know she’s the one. I’m talking about the kind of missing that when you’re full of happiness…you wish they were there to enjoy it. I don’t care if we’re not together, I don’t care if I never see her again. All that I will every know is I’m here smiling & I know how much she’d like to see that.”
— Brandon Villasenor
“You’d better be careful, they are going to revoke your vampire license if you get any more romantic and mushy.”
“Don’t worry,” Burnett said, his eyes pinched as if serious. “I can still be a jackass, and kick ass, when it’s called for.”
— C.C. Hunter
“Tempting as your offer is, I won’t go home with you. I can’t sleep with you, Justin. You say it doesn’t have to be that way, but you and I both know that’s the way it would be. You’re a risk I can’t afford to take.”
— Sarah Grimm
“Humans have a saying that “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”, which basically means that if you think it’s beautiful, then it is beautiful. The elfin version of this saying was composed by the great poet B.O Selecta, who said “Even the plainest of the plain shall deign to reign”, which critics have always thought was a bit rhymey. The dwarf version of this maxim is “If it don’t stink, marry it”, which is slightly less romantic, but the general gist is the same.”
— Eoin Colfer