Judith James: Author Bio About and Best Quotes


Ten of My Favorite Judith James Quotes 

Quotes, who doesn’t love a good quote? This series of articles we look at Top 10 Famous Quotes by Author Judith James, author quotes are always a challenge and fun to pick, with Judith James you will find my Ten favorites of Judith James’s quotes. 

About Judith James

Judith James is an avid reader and a history buff from Montreal, Quebec. A bit of an adventure junkie, she has traveled, worked, and lived in a variety of places, including the Arctic and several of the places she writes about. She has lived out many of her dreams working as a trail guide, horse trainer, and clinical psychologist. She has even found the perfect place to settle on the East Coast, right next to the ocean. In her writing, Judith combines her love of history, romance and adventure with a keen interest in human nature and the healing power of the heart.

Born: Canada
Genre: Historical Fiction, Romance, Literature & Fiction

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“You are too winsome to resist, too innocent to keep, and far too delightful to easily let go”
― Judith James, Libertine’s Kiss

 “I love you, Catherine. You claimed my heart soon after we met, a beautiful Highland selkie who kept me safe within her cave. No one ever came to my rescue before. I laughed and I teased you, but I’d never been so deeply moved. While I was waiting at The Hague, I promised myself I’d tell you as soon as I saw you again.” He wet a taut nipple with his tongue and blew on it gently. “It made me very happy to admit it. You’re the only one I’ve ever truly loved.” He turned his attention to the other tip, one hand plumping her as the other tickled its peak. She whimpered and he soothed her with a wet kiss. She moaned, gripping his shoulders as her heels dug in the ground. He lifted his
head and looked straight into her eyes. “I feared I’d lost you when I saw you in that river. You’re the only thing that gives my life meaning, Catherine. I love you.” His lips brushed the corner of her mouth. “I love you,” he breathed against her lips. “I love you!” He enfolded her in his arms and
thrust his tongue deep in her mouth, claiming her in a voluptuous kiss.”
― Judith James, Highland Rebel: A Tale of a Rebellious Lady and a Traitorous Lord

“You’re not paying attention to me, are you?”
“Eh? What’s that? Sorry, love, I didn’t hear you. Wasn’t paying attention. I had my eyes on your perfectly formed arse.”
Catherine fixed him with a glare worthy of a Scottish schoolmaster. “This is serious business Jamie. If you’ve to pass for a Highlander, you’ve got to get the kilt just so,”
“Bah! You’re a hoydenish vixen. You just want to ogle my knees.”
“Nonsense. I’m sure you’ll find the ah… freedom and… utility very appealing once you try it on.”
“You mean you think I’ll like the feel of the family jewels waving free?” Blushing, she spread both great kilts on the ground. “One lays down on it like so. Oh stop grinning, Jamie, and do try.”
She was so earnest and eager in her lesson that he hadn’t the heart to tell her he’d worn a kilt a time or two before.”
― Judith James, Highland Rebel: A Tale of a Rebellious Lady and a Traitorous Lord

 “How long were you standing there?”

“Long enough to know you will be leaving soon. I thought I should speak to you. I didn’t think you would come to tell me. Would you have?”

“No. I wouldn’t have expected you to care. You followed me?”

“Like a lovesick swain. Wherever you go, there am I. Haven’t you noticed these past weeks?”

“I have seen you drinking and mocking with your jaded friends and your latest paramour on your arms. Or is it still Castlemaine? Have you no self-respect?”

“No. None.” He shrugged. “Love is war, and feigned disinterest my armor. You wear yours too, love. It is sad I know.”
― Judith James, Libertine’s Kiss

 “He spoke to her, though, if only through his verse. One night in the banqueting hall, just before a ball, he responded to requests for a verse by raising his glass high. Though he spoke to them all his eyes were on her.

“Tis not that I am weary grown
Of being yours, and yours alone,
But with what face can I incline
To damn you to be only mine?”

She walked out before she heard the rest.”
― Judith James, Libertine’s Kiss

 “He groaned and leaned his forehead against hers, “You drive me mad, Elizabeth. I dream I am holding you every night. I wake in a sweat, aching and disappointed. Dreams of you have replaced my nightmares, but they leave me empty and restless and my body on fire. I can’t even remember why we argued. I don’t care how things went wrong.”
― Judith James, Libertine’s Kiss

“You missed a fine opportunity there.”

Her heart raced as she whirled around. The hoarse voice was William’s. He stood behind her, somewhat worse the wear for drink. He was pale in the moonlight, his hair a dark halo, hard eyes glittering with some inner fire.

“What do you want, William?”

“I want you.”
― Judith James, Libertine’s Kiss

 “You are a tasty little mouse I think, Lizzy Walters. I’ve yet to decide if I shall eat you or let you go, but whatever I do, I intend to play with you first. Not tonight though, I’m afraid. I’ve matters to attend to and must be on my way.”
― Judith James, Libertine’s Kiss

“Your skills are adequate, though you would be better served by keeping your mouth closed unless it’s being used to please or swallow.”
― Judith James, Libertine’s Kiss

“No one marries for love, except in stories. People marry for property and position, and one day so will you.”
― Judith James, Libertine’s Kiss

10 Famous Quotes by Author Judith James

So there you have it my Ten favorite quotes by Judith James, please comment below and share your favorite quotes by the fantastic author Judith James.  Furthermore, if you find any Authors not covered for there, top 10 quotes let me know and I will review their works and find some of their best quotes as has been done here for Judith James. 

One Final Bonus – Judith James Quote 

“I couldn’t return to you, mignonne. I didn’t know how. But you will admit, I hope, that for a man who didn’t wish to be found I’ve made quite a spectacle of myself. I wanted you to hear of me. It’s why I came from France. I couldn’t stop myself. I’ve waited in dread, wondering if you’d come. I’ve been terrified you would, and terrified you wouldn’t. When I saw you tonight I wanted to weep. I was so grateful you came, but I hated you for it, too, because you made me hope again, as you always have, as you always do. It would have killed me if. . . Ah, Christ, love! You were so angry, so disappointed but you’d waited. I had to know. I had to come because without you I have nothing to believe in, nothing to hope for, and… Oh, God, Sarah, when I got here you were wearing my shirt! I’ve thought of you, and ached for you, and missed you with every breath. All I know of loving, wanting or need, begins and ends with you. I’m so sorry I hurt you and disappointed you. I pray you can forgive me, Sarah. I need you to hold onto. Without you I find this business of living so very lonely and so very hard.”

She threw herself into his arms and he clasped her to him, sobbing with relief and need. “God, how I’ve missed you, Sarah,” he moaned, sliding his cheek up and down against hers, mingling their tears. I’m sorry … so sorry .. . please forgive me, I.. . “There’s nothing to forgive. It wasn’t your fault. It doesn’t matter, not any of it. All that matters is that you’re safe, and well, and back in my arms. Don’t be sorry, just hold me, love me.”

― Judith James, Broken Wing

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