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Monday, October 5, 2015

One Line Monday!


A lot can be said with a few well-chosen words.  In comments, share your novel's best one-liner.
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10 comments:

Maggie Jagger said...

Lord Rupert's Foolish Bride

“No one, including me, wants to marry the poor youngest son of a wicked family.”

Erin OQuinn said...

Burns Too Deep, a gay mystery fantasy:

He had measured this man for wings and could not stop now.

http://amzn.to/1O1zyQ1
UK http://amzn.to/1JC14yn

Michelle Roth said...

The Darkness Calls (A Vampire Romance of the non-sparkly variety) by Michelle Roth

“You just bought me a thousand dollar purse, so I think you can call me Lilly.”

Amazon: http://amzn.to/1eqXrTo

Andrea Cooper said...

Fairy Trouble - part of Modern Magic bundle of Fairy Tale re-tellings

Oh fairy sprinkles, the council would never give her another chance at becoming a fairy godmother if she botched this simple assignment.

Forthcoming November 2015
www.andreaRcooper.com

Donna Cummings said...

From BAD EX KARMA, romantic comedy:

"If he had an erection that lasted four hours, I guarantee he'd spend three hours taking selfies with it."

Website
Amazon Author Page

Sophia Ryan said...

Happy Monday! Today I’m sharing one of the most highlighted passages from SHE LIKES IT IRISH. Kristin says: “Girls like me? What’s that supposed to mean?” and Sean responds:

“Ones with gorgeous green eyes that could stop a man’s heart and sweet lips that could bring him back to life with a single kiss.”

Amazon
Other Sophia Ryan Books

J. Jade Jordan said...

The Viscount's Counterfeit Wife - Regency Historical. I can't decide which is the best, so I'm going with a cliffhanger. Hope you all are having a great writing Monday!

Frozen with fear, she watched a large, gloved hand grope about, trying to catch hold of the inside of the window ledge.

Website: www.jjadejordan.com
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LXNNAZ0

Helen Pollard said...

From romance WARM HEARTS IN WINTER:

He was aware he'd stared at her and could only hope it hadnʹt come across as a bewildered leer.

http://amazon.com/author/helenpollard

http://helenpollardwrites.wordpress.com

Jude Knight said...

Perfect. I love that line.

Jude Knight said...

A BARON FOR BECKY. Aldridge is facing a gang of thugs, with no weapon (and no clothes, as it happens).

It would have to be his tongue, then. Well, many a woman had called it his finest weapon.

http://judeknightauthor.com/books/a-baron-for-becky/