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11 Hilarious Lines From Romance Novels

Recently we did an article on some of the funniest romance novel covers, and there were plenty of them to go around. It made us think that there had to be some goodness inside these books as well! So, we searched for some of the funniest and cheesiest lines from romance novels — we promise you won’t be disappointed.   

 

1) “Come now. You’re fighting your feelings for this man with all the strength of the Confederate Army.” – A Scarlet Bride by Sylvia McDaniel

 

2) “Her heart slammed into her ribs as his mouth descended on hers. This is what it must feel like to get broadsided by a two-ton pick-up, she thought inanely.” – Vittorio’s Runaway Bride by Kimberley Reeves

 

3) “He seemed to know her body’s secrets as if he’d been handed a sensual roadmap.” – The Day We Met by Barbara Bretton

 

4) “The fact that she made this beeline for me both warmed my soul and made me want to turn around, walk out the door, and find a cliff to fling myself off of.” – Dearly, Departed by Lia Habel

 

5) “Late twenties, single, female. Do the math. Flirty flings were fabulous until you hit the big three-O, all downhill from there. Biological clocks started ticking like time bombs waiting to detonate, gravity exerted more force on your life than your mom, and suddenly, the dog-ugliest creep looked like Jake Gyllenhaal.” – Busted in Bollywood by Nicola Marsh

 

6) “The look he shot his sister could`ve given her a free chemical peel.” – Christmas With You by Tracey Alvarez

 

7) “I shook my head back and forth as though I was a human etch-a-sketch, erasing the memory.” – The Lure of the Moon by Nicole Gulla  

 

8) “Ryan, when did you get a girlfriend?” his sister asked. “She’s not my girlfriend, Kaylen,” Ryan replied. “Go away.” – Going Under by S. Walden

 

9) “He might (or might not) be a charismatic psychopath/serial killer, but she’d already figured out he wasn’t a creep.” – The Last Kiss Goodbye by Karen Robards

 

10) “There had been far too many simpering, low-fat milk-sops in his life recently. Wasn’t it time to walk on the wild side and eat some clotted cream?” – Maharaja’s Mistress by Susan Stephens

 

11) “My sewing could wait, I thought—could go to hell for all I cared. Suddenly all I wanted to do was watch Gronk do his thang-thang in the zone place there.” – A Gronking to Remember  by Lacey Noonan

 

 

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