A Kiss at Midnight Quotes.

1. "He's male. I've noticed that sometimes the brains simply get left out of the package."
- Eloisa James, A Kiss at Midnight

2. "If you don't mind a word of advice, one never asks a lady to set her own price. If you have to ask, the answer will always be more than you can afford."
- Eloisa James, A Kiss at Midnight

3. "A lady should never feel anxious about her behavior. The status is bred in the bone. To show anxiety is to lower oneself. Anxiety is vulgar."
- Eloisa James, A Kiss at Midnight

4. "I woke up this morning, Gabriel said, thinking of nothing more than rolling over and pulling you into my arms and kissing you again. Kissing: only kissing. As if I were a green boy of fourteen. In case you don’t realize it, Kate, kissing is not a man’s usual inclination in the morning."
- Eloisa James, A Kiss at Midnight

5. "I would prefer not to throw myself on a funeral pyre. Please come back to me."
- Eloisa James, A Kiss at Midnight

6. "Here, drink your liqueur," Henry said, tossing back her drink. "I carry it with me everywhere because it's the only kind of drink that Leo doesn't like, so there's a chance I'll still have some tomorrow."
- Eloisa James, A Kiss at Midnight

7. "I did it, Gabriel said, conversationally. I met the woman, the only woman for me. I met her, and now . . . I’m going to meet my wife."
- Eloisa James, A Kiss at Midnight

8. "Give me one last time, he begged. Please, please. I beg you. I— She stopped and started again. I’m afraid, Gabriel. You’ll break my heart. Mine is already broken."
- Eloisa James, A Kiss at Midnight

9. "Gabriel looked up at her from under thick eyelashes. Will you please grope me under the table, Kate mine?"
- Eloisa James, A Kiss at Midnight

10. "There was something aggressively masculine about Toloose . . . perhaps it was the look in his eye. Or the way he was holding his billiard cue. It was amazing the way a man in an embroidered coat could take on the air of a dockworker."
- Eloisa James, A Kiss at Midnight

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