Lenora Bell’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes
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Ten of My Favourite Lenora Bell Quotes 

Lenora Bell, a writer whom I am guessing you love? Here are our 10 best Lenora Bell quotes for you to enjoy. At Australia Unwrapped we believe every book has at least one quotable line, and our mission is to find them all. Here you will find Lenora Bell’s top 10 popular and famous quotes. Like every good writer Lenora Bell made a number of memorable quotes, here are some of our favourites: 

Popular Quotes

“In Edgar’s experience, plans made by inebriated lords usually failed.”
― Lenora Bell, What a Difference a Duke Makes

 “I’m well aware of that. But now one of the buttons on my coat sleeve is caught as well.” “What if I—” “Don’t twist like that!” Now they were even more entangled. “What if you shed your coat?” she asked. Shed his coat. What a brilliant idea. And while he was at it, why didn’t he just strip off her gown as well? His shirt and trousers. Her chemise. Set this stage box a-rocking. Really give the guests a show they’d never forget.”
― Lenora Bell, What a Difference a Duke Makes

“You see, Mr. Grafton,” Miss Perkins gave his engineer a teasing smile. “I laughed at His Grace’s miniature engine the other day, and now he needs to impress upon me the grandeur of his foundry.” “Compensating for something, is he?” “I’ve no idea,” she laughed. Edgar saw red. Grafton was going to pay for that one later. He stalked into place beside them. “Don’t encourage her.”
― Lenora Bell, What a Difference a Duke Makes

 “Before he disappeared toward the back servant’s entrance, he winked again, and this time the countess caught him. “Well,” exclaimed Lady Desmond. “Such impudence. I shall certainly have a private word with the duke about that footman.” “I would like to have a private word with that footman,” Manon whispered from behind Charlene. “I heard that, Blanchard!” said the countess.”
― Lenora Bell, How the Duke Was Won

 “You know I have to marry.” James attempted a blasé shrug of his shoulders. “May as well be tomorrow.” “You don’t fool me, you know.” Nick tore apart a roll and slathered it with butter. “Leave it to you to do something as disreputable as fall in love with your own wife.”
― Lenora Bell, How the Duke Was Won

 “Every time he looked at me I felt like I was standing in a tree-lined avenue, and the branches had interlaced into a canopy above me, surrounding me. It was the kind of green that told the sun what color to be as it filtered through the leaves.” “Oh,”
― Lenora Bell, How the Duke Was Won

“Now I can do this.” Her fingers closed around the flap of his breeches, cupping his cock. “A duke in the hand is worth two in the bush,” she said, with a wicked grin.”
― Lenora Bell, What a Difference a Duke Makes

 “Oh,” she exclaimed. “You changed the motto. Amor Vincit Omnia.” “Love conquers all.” Edgar kissed her cheek. “It conquered me and I was a heavily armed fortress.”
― Lenora Bell, What a Difference a Duke Makes

“Some contend that one ounce of cocoa contains as much nourishment as one pound of beef. man could subsist on chocolate alone if he had to.”
― Lenora Bell, How the Duke Was Won

“Tonight she could dream in his arms. Tomorrow she must tell him the truth.”
― Lenora Bell, What a Difference a Duke Makes

10 Famous Quotes by Author Lenora Bell

Quotes for all, here you found our selection of 10 Lenora Bell quotes. Make sure you help by commenting your best Lenora Bell quote below and sharing our favourite authors so we can look them up, read some of their works and give you the best quotes we can find. We hope you enjoyed our top 10 quotes by Lenora Bell. However, feel free to comment below if you disagree or would like to include some other great and memorable Lenora Bell quotes in our list. 

One Final Bonus – Lenora Bell Quote 

“She capsized my rowboat searching for some rare bird she saw in the trees,” James said. “Then she caught her skirts on a rock and nearly drowned, and I had to cut her loose with my knife.” Dalton grinned widely. “Splendid. At this rate I’ll win the wager before sundown.” “What? Are you mad?” “I’ll even increase the stakes. Five hundred pounds.” “You are mad.” James dropped into a chair. “You see what she did to my cuffs?” He held up his muddied sleeves. “And just look at my boots.” “Since when do you care? Always been unfashionably rough-clad.” “Yes, but the boots are only the start. Imagine what she would do to my heart.”
― Lenora Bell, How the Duke Was Won

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