Lynn Kurland’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Lynn Kurland Quotes 

Lynn Kurland, a writer whom I am guessing you love? Here are our 10 best Lynn Kurland 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 Lynn Kurland’s top 10 popular and famous quotes. Like every good writer Lynn Kurland made a number of memorable quotes, here are some of our favourites: 

Popular Quotes

“I am a connoisseur of fine irony. ‘Tis a bit like fine wine, but it has a better bite.”
― Lynn Kurland, Princess of the Sword

 “What is wrong with the [tale of] Two Swords?” he asked, even more surprised. “Don’t you care for it?”
“There is too bloody much romance in it,” she said curtly.
Ah, well, here was the crux of it, apparently. “Don’t you like romance?” he ventured.
She looked as though she were trying to decide if she should weep or, as he had earlier predicted, stick him with whatever blade she could lay her, hand on. “I don’t know,” she said briskly.
“I see,” he said, though he didn’t. He wished, absently, that he’d had at least one sister. He was very well versed in what constituted courtly behavior and appropriate formal wooing practices, thanks to his father’s insistence on many such lectures delivered by a dour man whose only acquaintance with women had likely come from reading about them in a book, but he had absolutely no idea how to proceed with a woman whose first instinct when faced with something that made her uncomfortable was to draw her sword.

“I’ll stop provoking you, but I will have the answer to a question. Why do you think most men woo?”
“Because they have no sword skill and need something with which to occupy their time?”
― Lynn Kurland, The Mage’s Daughter

“He stopped and looked at her. “Your eyes are leaking.”
“It’s the flowers. They make me sneeze.”
“Then let us be away from the garden. Open the door, love, if you will.”
She obeyed, then froze halfway over the threshold. “What did you call me?”
“The first of countless endearments if you’ll but stir yourself to hold our current course.”
― Lynn Kurland, Much Ado in the Moonlight

 “He walked down the passageway with her and cursed silently. Obviously, he’d grossly overestimated his appeal. Perhaps he should have taken her at her word at Gobhann when she reminded him that she had no use for mages. Perhaps he should have realized sooner that she – …had reached behind his back and taken his hand.”
― Lynn Kurland, The Mage’s Daughter

 “I could tell you a tale about something,’ Miach offered, rubbing her hand absently. ‘If you like.’
She frowned thoughtfully. ‘What sort of something?’
Something that would soothe you,’ he promised. ‘I’m sure there would be swords involved. Bloodshed. Peril. That kind of thing.”
― Lynn Kurland, Star of the Morning

 “Shut up,” Morgan said, whirling on the woman and pointing the sword at her. “Shut up, you shrill harpy, before I aid you in doing so by means of a dozen ways you won’t care for in the least.”

Adhémar’s fiancée fell, blessedly, silent.”
― Lynn Kurland, Star of the Morning

“He can occasionally see to an enemy,” she conceded. “If he manages to get his sword pointed in the right direction and the enemy does him the favor of falling upon it in precisely the right way.”
― Lynn Kurland, Star of the Morning

 “She was sitting in a garden more beautiful than even her rampaging imagination could ever have conjured up, and she was being serenaded by trees.”
― Lynn Kurland, Spellweaver

“I don’t know why you’re enjoying this so much.”
“Because I am a connoisseur of fine irony. ’Tis a bit like fine wine, but has a better bite.”
― Lynn Kurland, Princess of the Sword

“Say me aye,” he whispered against her mouth. “Say me aye.”

How could she say anything else?”
― Lynn Kurland, A Garden in the Rain

10 Famous Quotes by Author Lynn Kurland

Quotes for all, here you found our selection of 10 Lynn Kurland quotes. Make sure you help by commenting your best Lynn Kurland 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 Lynn Kurland. However, feel free to comment below if you disagree or would like to include some other great and memorable Lynn Kurland quotes in our list. 

One Final Bonus – Lynn Kurland Quote 

“(Background: Morgan is a female warrior looking for a fight. Adhémar is your garden variety male.)

A man near the door leered at her. Adhémar immediately stepped in front of her, but Morgan pushed him aside. She looked at the man and smiled pleasantly. Ah, something to take her mind off her coming journey.
“Did you say something?” she asked.
“Aye,” he said, “I asked it you were occupied tonight, but I can see you have a collection of lads here to keep you busy—”
Adhémar apparently couldn’t control his chivalry. He took the man by the front of the shirt and threw him out the door. The man crawled to his feet and started bellowing. Adhémar planted his fist into the man’s face.
The stranger slumped to the ground, senseless. Morgan glared at Adhémar.
“You owe me a brawl,” she said.
“What?” he asked incredulously.
“A brawl,” Morgan said. “And it had best be a good one.”
“With me?” he asked, blinking in surprise.
“I’d prefer someone with more skill, that I might not sleep through it, but you’ll do.”
Paien laughed out loud and pulled him away.
“Adhémar, my friend, you cannot win this one. Next time, allow Morgan her little pleasures. She cannot help the attention her face attracts, and thus she has opportunities to teach ignorant men manners. In truth, it is a service she offers, bettering our kind wherever she goes.”
― Lynn Kurland, Star of the Morning

Dave Peterson

Dave Peterson Passion for adventure and sharing his life long journey with as many others as possible. "What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." HENRY S. HASKINS

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *