This post is a list of quotes from the book - The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren. The Unhoneymooners is a romance for anyone who has ever felt unlucky in love.
The Unhoneymooners Quotes
No one is ever as funny off the cuff as they think they are.
Unfortunately, you don’t get to choose the circumstances. That’s the point of luck: it happens when and where it happens.
Can’t take care of others if you don’t take care of yourself first.
The idea of building a house from the ground up has always terrified me, because I know I’m not a person who cares about details such as doorknobs and drawer pulls and stone pavers. It would be too many choices that I simply don’t care about at all.
Some things are infinitely better when they happen behind closed doors.
Who hasn’t wanted to wave their shiny new relationship in the face of the person who dumped them? Even the best among us aren’t above that kind of pettiness.
We’re not supposed to be carbon copies of our siblings ... even when we are outwardly identical.
I am a homebody, through and through, and there’s nothing like being home.
I feel more myself with him than without, and that happened so fast, it’s dizzying.
Things are easy, and fun, and effortless. This isn’t how new relationships are supposed to be: they are supposed to be stressful, and exhausting, and uncertain.
There are some benefits to having an enormous family: you’re never on your own to solve a problem.
The worst thing about crises is they can’t be ignored.
I want to be with my cute man, the one who won me over with his wit and laugh and—yes, his biceps and collarbones. But I’m pissed at him, and maybe he’s pissed at me, and for the life of me I have no idea how this is going to shake down.
It’s strange to realize that as soon as I got off the career treadmill, my life suddenly started to feel like mine again. I feel like I can look up for the first time in a decade. I can breathe.
Not having the weight of a corporate job on my shoulders is an unbelievable relief. I never knew I was this person. I feel more myself than I’ve ever been.
Wine was the great assassin of both tradition and propriety.