Please find below a curated list of 284 of The Best Love Story Quotes by notable women and men. Please consider sharing with others any of the Love Story Quotes that resonate.
My love stories are about people who are reluctant to actualize what they so desperately want. They are timid, cautious, but eventually they dare to speak. My characters are not only hesitant; they are ambivalent about which way their libido flows: toward men or women? They are fluid in their sexuality, and this ambivalence says more about how we think about sex today than, say, Tinder. And this is a truly modern idea: Most of us don’t know who we are sexually.
Beautifully written, intensely passionate and gripping, FALLEN grabbed me
from the first sentence and didn’t let go. Its eerie future world and
frightening mores provide an unforgettable backdrop to the story of Lilia
Desjardins, the shade-hunter, and fallen-angel turned cop, Adam Montgomery.
It’s Matrix, Blade Runner and Terminator rolled into a riveting love story
and made better. Perfect. A must-read by an author who keeps you on the
edge of your seat.
A romantic relationship might very well have been initiated by God, but the moment our focus moves from our Prince to a human love story is the moment we cease to guard our sanctuary, and our entire foundation for success crumbles into ashes. A relationship that leads us closer to our Prince and carefully protects our inner sanctuary is the key to discovering romance as it was truly intended to be…a little taste of heaven on earth.
Sometimes in a relationship, we can be so caught up in our feelings for the other person that we squeeze God into the background. It becomes a confusing, emotional mess and we wonder why God isn’t giving us more direction, when all the while He is there waiting to be allowed back into first place in our hearts. Only when He is truly in first place are we ready for a God-written love story.
Even a beautiful God-scripted love story can never satisfy the way Jesus does…And until we are able to truly make Him our first love…we will never know the fullness of Him who fills all in all. We will always be looking to a mere man to meet the desires of our heart, rather than to the One who created us, who knows us better than we know ourselves, and who gave His very life’s blood to rescue us.
We have the opportunity now to join in the celebration of possibility, to align ourselves with the forces of life. We’ll need to become skilled at walking the line between urgency and hope, maintaining our balance in a world out of balance. I’m convinced that out of the crucible of crisis, the greatest love story on Earth could be born.
The point of view foreigners will have of the film The Conquest isn’t the same as the French public. What will interest American and international audiences is the love story between Nicolas and Cecelia that’s a metaphor of today’s occidental couple, namely the women in the shadows who carry their husbands into the spotlight, but the man is so absorbed with work so the woman leaves him for another man.
Philip Galanes makes his debut with a novel that is both heartbreaking and deftly comic, the story of a young man struggling with his most primitive desires–wanting and needing. It is a novel about the complex relationships between parents and children, a story of loss and of our unrelenting need for acknowledgment, to be seen as who we are. And in the end it is simply a love story for our time.