Karen Hawkins Quotes.

1. "Stop flirting. With you, every sentence is an offer." And with you, every sentence is a challenge."
- Quote by Karen Hawkins

2. "When the sun shines o’er the loch and sparkles on the water like diamond drops, ye know one thing: somewhere there’s a MacLean who is smilin’."
- Quote by Karen Hawkins

3. "So he’s harmless, then. I wouldn’t say that, exactly. No? I would n’t slip up behind him with a knife, for he might retaliate. Michael shrugged. But that’s to be expected. He kills only when necessary. Mary covered her face with her hands and moaned."
- Quote by Karen Hawkins

4. "Old Woman Nora of Loch Lomond To her three wee Grandaughters one cold night."
- Quote by Karen Hawkins

5. "In fact, you could almost hold that no man is perfect until he meets the right woman."
- Karen Hawkins, A Belated Bride

6. "You don't have to say a thing except yes. You don't have to do anything, either, I'm quite willing to plan it all." "You?" "Yes me." "You'd plan all of it? Even the wedding?" "Why not?" "You don't even like to plan your own breakfast." He grinned. "You mean more to me tban bacon." "More than [i]bacon?[/i] I'm honored." "You should be, my foolish pea brain."
- Karen Hawkins, The Taming of a Scottish Princess

7. "But that’s what happens when you allow a nice person to write a news paper serial for you; now the world thinks you’re nice, too, which is silly in the extreme. Sadly, it’s a burden that you must bear."
- Karen Hawkins, The Taming of a Scottish Princess

8. "But what Jane hadn’t known about Michael Hurst until the day she stepped into his tent was that this adventurous, driven, gruff, brilliant explorer was also handsome. Blink-twice-and-try-to-breathe-and-still-think-you’re-seeing-an-angel handsome."
- Karen Hawkins, The Taming of a Scottish Princess

9. "I vow, is there no man who can talk about physical pleasures without exaggerating?"
- Karen Hawkins, The Taming of a Scottish Princess

10. "By Ra, you’re an impertinent, saucy— Careful, Hurst. We just kissed, so according to you, I shall now interpret every thing you say in a very negative manner and might burst into tears and run shrieking off to a convent."
- Karen Hawkins, The Taming of a Scottish Princess

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