1 The men in the commissary were not very exciting, and the sight of Frank's timid courting annoyed her until she found it difficult to be polite to him.
2 Moreover, there was something personal, exciting about a town that was born--or at least christened--the same year she was christened.
3 There was an exciting atmosphere about the place that uplifted her.
4 You could promise, with your eyes, any number of exciting things that would make a man maneuver to get you alone.
5 Mist Gerald in a temper was always exciting, providing his temper was not directed at her kinky head.
6 There was something exciting about him that she could not analyze, something different from any man she had ever known.
7 But the exciting feeling persisted.
8 But that only served to make him more mysterious and more exciting.
9 It would be exciting to have Rhett Butler in love with her and admitting it and begging for a kiss or a smile.
10 But in these exciting days her widowhood and her motherhood weighed less heavily upon her than ever before.
11 He had her hands in both of his and, as always, there was something hot and vital and exciting about his grip.
12 Surely he had not placed it there, but there her head was and there was Scarlett helplessly sobbing against his thin chest, an exciting and novel sensation for him.
13 It was so exciting to be actually at a party again.
14 Now it was gone and with it had gone the old thrill, the old sense of something delightful and exciting just around the corner, the old glamor of their way of living.
15 He only knew he had done something romantic and exciting for the first time in his life.