I’m a big fan of romance movies, and Hallmark’s theme for February is one of my favorites–LOVEuary. I love, love. I love all things romantic from books, movies, dates, songs, and most importantly…books. I am a romance writer, after all.
My family often catches me watching movies with a smile on my face. I know it’s good when it hits me in my feels, and my outward expression shows it. But it’s not only movies where I get in my feels. I get them when reading a good book, too. The pitter-patter of my heart, the dreamy setting, and the connection of the characters are all things that make (or break) a romance movie or book.
Since this week is Valentine’s Day, I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorite love quotes from my books and a few of my fellow author friends.
These are some of my favorite love quotes from my books:
“When I thought I would never find someone that could see past my exterior, love had already won.” —A Half Made Whole
“I take her hand and place it on my chest, just over my heart, covering it with my own. “In case you haven’t noticed yet, you’re in here. I couldn’t get you out, even if I wanted to try.”—When I Found You
“When I least expected it, love came from out of nowhere, Now that it’s sitting beside me in human form, I never want to let him go.”—One She Never Expected
“This is my happy place. Here, with the man I love, and I hope and pray God sees fit for us to share many more sunsets together in the years to come.” —Waiting for Right Now
Here are some wonderful love quotes from some of my author friends:
“Love can’t heal a multitude of sin and hate, my dear. Only Christ can do that. But love sure can help soothe the hurt.” —Someone Found by Teresa Tysinger
“I love you more than I love breathing. I don’t need air. I need you. My love is unconditional. You need to accept that. I’m not going anywhere.” —Better Together by Mandi Blake
“You have my heart. All of it. I’d give it to you over and over again. Every time. I love you.” —Almost Everything by Mandi Blake
“The deck’s been stacked against you your whole life, but you’ve made something of yourself—Christ is making something beautiful of you. Surefire failure isn’t your hallmark. The surefire love of God is.” —A Surefire Love by Emily Conrad
Have you read any of these books? What’s your favorite thing about Love Month?