Best 95 of Love triangle quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kathey Gray

I shouldn't have even been obsessing about it anyway, he probably had a girlfriend. Like a supermodel or playboy bunny or something, someone equivalent to his level of sexiness. Not someone normal like me.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Rosemary A Johns

Blood Life is not hunger. It’s freedom

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ford Madox Ford

Upon my soul!' Tietjens said to himself, 'that girl down there is the only intelligent living soul I've met for years.' A little pronounced in manner sometimes; faulty in reasoning naturally, but quite intelligent, with a touch of wrong accent now and then. But if she was wanted anywhere, there she'd be! Of good stock, of course: on both sides! But positively, she and Sylvia were the only two human beings he had met for years whom he could respect: the one for sheer efficiency in killing; the other for having the constructive desire and knowing how to set about it. Kill or cure! The two functions of man. If you wanted something killed you'd go to Sylvia Tietjens in sure faith that she would kill it: emotion, hope, ideal; kill it quick and sure. If you wanted something kept alive you'd go to Valentine: she's find something to do for it. . . . The two types of mind: remorseless enemy, sure screen, dagger ... sheath! Perhaps the future of the world then was to women? Why not? He hand't in years met a man that he hadn't to talk down to - as you talk down to a child, as he had talked down to General Campion or to Mr. Waterhouse ... as he always talked down to Macmaster. All good fellows in their way ...

By Anonym 20 Sep

Amanda Hocking

You show me an angel that breaks bad, and I’ll show you a devil in disguise.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Emma Scott

You have a thousand hearts’ worth of love to give. A thousand tears may fall when one heart breaks. But never cry for shame.” He kept my chin in his thick hand. “Even love lost was well-spent.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

A love triangle is a threesome delayed.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Hunter S. Jones

Somewhere, a rattlesnake strike makes the dance begin. Three hawks float in the light blue sky overhead. Crows caw and the sweet seduction of lavender fills my head. And she waltzes through my thoughts.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Suzanne Enoch

Obsidian eyes met hers, unreadable and assessing. Men didn't generally pay her much attention except to make an even number in a dance. And now she had a secret nearly-betrothed and a supposed teacher, one who looked like an angel and one a devil, and both with awful reputations. Best to remember that neither of them likely had anything good in mind for her.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Julie Kagawa

His fingertips came to rest against the back of my hand, sending a zip of current through my whole body. “I’m done hiding,” he whispered. “Nothing has changed. I know we might not have a lot of time, but what we do have, I want to spend right here.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Amanda Hocking

Don’t stay out too late. The real trouble always starts after midnight.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Robert Galbraith

She thought of the day that Matthew had asked her out for the very first time and remembered walking home from school, her insides on fire with excitement and pride. She remembered Sarah Shadlock giggling, leaning against him in a pub in Bath, and Matthew frowning slightly and pulling away. She thought of Strike and Elin . . . what have they got to do with anything?

By Anonym 14 Sep

Beau Mirchoff

I've been in a few love triangles. I've been in a love quadrilateral.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Amanda Hocking

Nobody really has anybody,” I told her. “We all must die, and we all die alone.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Kristen Roupenian

Anna loves Ted, but she does not want him in a way that causes her to suffer; she does not want him desperately, despite herself. And it turns out that is how Ted has always wanted to be wanted: the way he has always wanted women. The way Anna wanted Marco, and he wanted Anna, and Rachel (or so it seems, in retrospect) wanted him. In the absence of this painful wanting, Ted has trouble getting hard.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Julie Kagawa

I couldn’t,” he finally whispered. “You were the one who taught me to live, to take chances. For a while, I convinced myself that we were too different, and that it was better to let you go. But now, I’ve come to the realization that my life is probably going to be very short. And I want to spend it doing something that matters. With someone that matters. I don’t want to regret that I gave up without a fight.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Jacob Braude

Most of these love triangles are wrecktangles.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Rob Sheffield

It's kind of amazing how popular 'Grey's Anatomy' is. What other show can boast such an annoyingly sincere cast of doctors, sniveling through such perfunctory love triangles?

By Anonym 18 Sep

Robert Galbraith

Robin did not know why the announcement that Strike was off to meet Elin should lower her spirits.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Anita Clenney

Raphael raised his head and smiled. It wasn’t an easy smile, more like he’d found it buried in the ground and brushed it off for the occasion.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Cassandra Clare

But that's not what you said when she walked into the room," said Simon quietly. "You said, 'Why didn't you ever tell me I had a brother?'" "I know." Clary yanked a blade of grass out of the dirt, worrying it between her fingers. "I guess I can't help thinking that if I'd known the truth, I wouldn't have met Jace the way I did. I wouldn't have fallen in love with him." Simon was silent for a moment. "I don't think I've ever heard you say that before." "That I love him?" She laughed, but it sounded dreary even to her ears. "Seems useless to pretend like I don't, at this point. Maybe it doesn't matter. I probably won't ever see him again, anyway." "He'll come back." "Maybe." "He'll come back," Simon said again. "For you.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Khaled Hosseini

It was you Nabi. It was always you. Didn't you know?

By Anonym 18 Sep

Amanda Hocking

The dead must stay dead. That which is dead cannot rise.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Cassandra Clare

How could three people who cared for one another so much cause one another so much pain?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Cassandra Clare

Could you really love two different people at once? Could you split your heart in half?

By Anonym 18 Sep

A. R. Wile

The heart I once thought was whole, is becoming divided, and I no longer know how to hold it together." ~ Hannah

By Anonym 20 Sep

Anita Clenney

You’re not much fun on a honeymoon.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Amanda Hocking

That’s the funny thing about love,” he said. “It doesn’t wait for perfection – the heart loves who it loves, exactly as they are, faults and all.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Robert Galbraith

D'you mind if we get going?' said Strike, checking his watch. 'I told Elin I'll be over tonight.' 'No problem,' said Robin. Yet for some reason—perhaps due to her headache, perhaps because of the lonely woman sitting in Summerfield among the memories of loved ones who had left her—Robin could easily have wept all over again.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Robert Galbraith

Strike's eyes followed her hand, but what caught his attention was not the small stack of neatly written papers she was showing him, but the sapphire engagement ring. There was a pause. Robin wondered why her heart was pummeling her ribs. How ridiculous to feel defensive . . . it was up to her whether she married Matthew . . . ludicrous even to feel she had to state that to herself . . .

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jodi Lynn Anderson

I began to see that Wendy had something Tiger Lily hadn't even known she was supposed to have. Of all the things Tiger Lily had thought she might have to be for Peter-strong, brave; to be big and to keep up-she had never thought that the one thing he wanted most from her was simply to show that she believed in him, always and without fail.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Olivia Sudjic

I know I only want him,' she said between sobs, the syllables all wrong, 'because he doesn't want me. How is that even possible?' 'It's normal to want what we can't have,' I said soothingly. 'No, I mean how can he not want me?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Tia Giacalone

Can dimples wink? Because I felt like his just did.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Robert Galbraith

Strike, meanwhile, had seen just enough of Robin to be shocked by her appearance. He had never seen her face so pale, nor her eyes so puffy and bloodshot. Even as he sat down at his desk, eager to hear what information on Whittaker Shanker had brought to his office, the thought crossed his mind: What's the bastard done to her? And for a fraction of a second, before fixing all his attention on Shanker, Strike imagined punching Matthew and enjoying it.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Julie Kagawa

Helpless, I clenched my fists against my back, well aware that every mile, every minute that ticked by, took me ever farther from getting to them in time and closer to losing the red dragon forever.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Tarryn Fisher

She was my opposite, but I wanted to be like her. I wanted to fall in love underneath a tree, fast and hard. I wanted someone to forget me and then remember me in their soul, like her Caleb did.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Robert Galbraith

All desire to laugh fled. How exactly did Strike think that it would cheer Robin up, to know that his girlfriend was thinking of buying a ludicrously expensive flat? Or was he about to announce (Robin's fragile mood began to collapse in on itself) that he and Elin were moving in together? Like a film flickering rapidly before her eyes she saw the upstairs flat empty, Strike living in luxury, herself in a tiny box room on the edge of London, whispering into her mobile so that her vegan landlady did not hear her.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ally Condie

All of the things that were shown in early studies to be good for longevity—happy marriages, healthy bodies—are ours to have. We live long, good lives. We die on our eightieth birthdays, surrounded by our families, before dementia sets in. Cancer, heart disease, and most debilitating illnesses are almost entirely eradicated. This is as close to perfect as any society has ever managed to get.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Suzanne Collins

Gale didn't say, "Katniss will pick whoever it will break her heart to give up," or even "whoever she can't live without." Those would have implied I was motivated by a kind of passion. But my best friend predicts I will choose the person "I can't survive without." There's not the least indication that love, desire, or even compatibility will sway me. I'll just conduct an unfeeling assessment of what my potential mates can offer me. As if in the end, it will be the question of whether a baker or a hunter will extend my longevity the most. It's a horrible thing for Gale to say, for Peeta not to refute. Especially when every emotion I have has been taken or exploited by the Capitol or the rebels. At the moment, the choice would be simple. I can survive just fine without either of them.

By Anonym 16 Sep

J. P. Delaney

I don't want anything from you, Edward. If you'd only told me you were still in love with Emma—' 'You don't understand,' he interrupts. 'It was like an illness. I hated myself every second I was with her.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Julie Kagawa

the soldier can only be human. He can never be a dragon." Ember started to reply, but i leaned down so that our faces were maybe an inch apart. She froze, and i brushed a palm across her cheek. "I can be both

By Anonym 15 Sep

Julia Glass

Alan had loved her breakfast pastries best; Charlie craved her pies. He liked them true-blue American, folded roundabout in a blanket of pastry so that when you cut through it, out rushed the captive soft flesh of peaches, apricots, rhubarb, berries. His favorite was a pie she made with Anjou pears and blackberries, the bottom lined with frangipane.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Anita Clenney

Are you coming to bed?” “With you in your underwear?” “I can take it off if it bothers you.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Julie Kagawa

Our enemies-my enemies-wouldn’t win. The demon lizards had hurt me for the last time. Now, they had a new foe, and I would make sure they remembered my name when I destroyed them on the battlefield. I would work hard. I would excel. I would become the perfect soldier.

By Anonym 19 Sep

A. Violet End

Tristan stepped away from me. “No, Robbie, listen. If there were any other way to turn off her programming, I would tell you. Lisa wants to know what she really feels, free of the programming, and I think we should help her. The pills will still keep her a bit compliant until we get her weaned off of them, but at least we can turn off her compulsion to please me sexually. Then she can really choose who she loves.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Amanda Hocking

She had one thing to do, and she didn’t do it.

By Anonym 15 Sep

K. D. Harp

Confidence is highly erotic.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Julie Kagawa

Your friends are…interesting,” she said, making me snort. “I would hate to see your enemies.” She looked back at me, black eyes assessing. “You did not mention that one of the ‘friends’ you risked your life for was desperately hoping he could rip your head off.” “I was a soldier of the Order,” I said wearily. “He’s the leader of a rogue dragon underground. I’m sure I’ve killed a few of his dragons in the past.”I’m also stupidly in love with the girl he considers his, and we both know it.

By Anonym 15 Sep

R. M. Romarney

AVA I was having deja vu I saw us three Zoe me and you

By Anonym 16 Sep

Anita Clenney

Do you always stare at women’s legs, Mr. Stone?” she whispered. “Only when they’re worth looking at.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Tammie Painter

The magistrate's expression changed as quickly as if a gust of wind had blown his anger away. What replaced it forced me to glance away. It struck me too much as the same look Papinias got on his face when he discovered a new book to add to his ever-growing collection.