Hooked on One-Liners – Part 2

“You know what you need, don’t you? You need to get laid.”

If Only by Lisa M. Owens

“I’m on fire, honey—it’s not going to be long the first time.” The blasted belt finally unbuckled. “Second one will be better, third will be a nice, slow one.”

White Wolf by Jianne Carlo

“You always have such big orgasms when I take away your control.”

Husbandry by Allie Ritch

Her boobs always captured a man’s attention; if she had a nickel for the number of times a guy spoke to her chest instead of her eyes, well, she’d be writing full-time instead of editing.

Sinner, Hades Squad Book #1 by Jianne Carlo

What in the world had possessed her to choose a tube top as her emergency clothing?

A Hot Mess by Christy Gissendaner

Okay, so he’d copped a bird’s eye view, but she couldn’t change that, so she’d just have to brazen it out.

Desire Unleashed by Layne Macadam

She spun, surprised out of her funk. And stopped dead. “Tim?” Moira stared at the tall, rangy man with long, white-blond hair and ice-blue eyes.

Destiny’s Shadow by Ann Gimpel

Before he left the room he also felt his heart crack into a thousand pieces at her feet, and he heard his own sigh as he prayed that she would pick them all up and put him back together again.

Retrieval, The GenTech Chronicles, Book 1 by Lea Griffith

“I was weak, arrogant, and threatened, and I answered the threat with a gun.”

—  Cracked, the Ushers Book Three by Vanessa North

“You just saved my life, and all you want to do is die?”

Moro’s Price by M.C. Hana

“I have to say to you, Libby, on just a three-minute exposure to the shop and its contents, for the sake of your health and happiness, the last thing you should do right now is strip the shop and continue to be in or even visit that building.”

Your Heart My Soul by Daisy Banks

Elizabeth Hall leaned over the rail of the steamship Orion, straining to catch her first glimpse of the port, La Gauira. It had been a long tiresome journey from England.

— A Tropical Affair by Pauline Saull

“He and a bunch of other guys were driving a pink convertible down Kalakaua Avenue, shouting derogatory comments and spraying water guns at a Boy Scout march.”

Natural Predators: A Mahu Investigation by Neil S. Plakcy

“I will not watch you march off to war without knowing what it is like to be with you.”

The Princes Knighted by Robin Danner

She wanted to ask him why he was in a military prison, but then she would feel obligated to speak about her own imprisonment, and she wasn’t eager to do so.

Alien Blood by Melisse Aires

“Shit. That was zombie hair, wasn’t it?” A shudder ran down his spine.

Tower in the Woods by Tara Quan

“This is not South Carolina where gay men pretend they’re ‘just not the marrying kind.’”

Hearts and Flour by Tara Lain

I’m a sucker for a guy with a guitar and a hot ass.

Believe by Megan Slayer

25 responses to “Hooked on One-Liners – Part 2

  1. Special thanks to all the wonderful authors who participated and shared lines from their work. You made this so much fun. Thank you!

  2. Thank you, Allie! Both batches have been fun, and now I have even more books on my to-read list!

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  4. Allie – your line wins – hands down! Way to go, girlfriend.

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  6. I’d say there’s a whole lot of smokin’ in these lines. To say nothng of zombies! Yikes. Love the posts, Allie. Thank you for including me. : )

  7. Thanks for having Allie! Awesome concept and I’m loving the lines–great writers!

  8. Another great batch of lines, Allie!

  9. All these one liners hooked me in, I can’t decide which book to read first!! Thanks so much for having me.

  10. LOVED ALL THESE. How will I ever get through my TBR list?

  11. OMG. These are awesome.

    And I can’t pick which of Jianne Carlo’s books to read first! My TBR pile just wobbled under the weight.

  12. Jessica Subject

    Another bunch of great one-liners! Thanks Allie! 🙂

  13. Thanks for having both of me, Allie!

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